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Recent content by Davenport

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    Group photos

    Yes there were flats there. We lived there when I was just a baby, a long time ago !
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    Group photos

    One for aggie2347. Central Fire Station. April 1950. My Dad back row third from left.
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    Group photos

    This group photo is of employees at J & E Sturge Ltd. Lifford Lane. 1923. my Grandfather is is seated 6th from left front row.
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    Rose and crown..hospital/brearley st

    Thanks for Beehive info, D.
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    Brearley Street

    Thanks again, that’s why I couldn’t find it on my list of pubs, D.
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    Brearley Street

    Thank you all for your help, it’s very much appreciated.D.
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    Brearley Street

    I wonder if Mikejee or anyone can locate Bee Hive House, 120 Brearley Street on a map. Listed on 1841/1851 census, owned or rented by Robert Davenport and family. Although the brewing family I do not think it was a public house. Thank You.
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    Alderlea Secondary School

    Sorry to hear this,Mr Bleach taught me music. I remember he ‘volunteered’ me to sing in Alderlea choir that joined other schools in a concert at Birmingham town hall. It was Bizet Carmen c.1966.
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    Group photos

    Thank you so much Pedrocut,much appreciated.
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    Night soil man on 1871 census.

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    Group photos

    I wonder if anyone can add any info to this Group Photo. Taken in 1936. I can make out at the bottom of the cutting, Scotland, schoolboys, match?,Villa. My Dad is highlighted with the square around him. Thank you.
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    Group photos

    Family group photograph celebrating a family members 21st birthday.c.1932
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    Saturday Sweet Van Shard End 1950's

    Yes I remember it and I think it was called The Silver Queen.
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    Marriage certificate query.

    Wondering why both the Father’s name and Profession are not included on this marriage certificate? witnessed by Robert Davenport and Jane Davenport. Mary’s Father was a Robert,as well as a Brother and Sister Jane. Thank you.
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    In the Garden 2020