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Recent content by G G Jean

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    Birchfield Secondary Modern School

    Hi Geoff I remember you well. You lived a few doors away in Holte road Lorraine Nixon was a few doors up from us too. I too went to Yew Tree road school. My name was Jean Lyndon.
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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIKEJEE

    Hope you have had a lovely birthday Mike from Jean.
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    Adverts of yesteryear.

    I hated theese.
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    Adverts of yesteryear.

    Afraid not Dolly.
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    Adverts of yesteryear.

    I think they are in the old Co Op book of moms? .
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    Adverts of yesteryear.

    Hope these cound!!?.
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    Adverts of yesteryear.

    Just a few old adverts my mom kept in her toffee tin.
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    Aston Hall

    Especially the whispering gallery in St Pauls Cathedral.
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    Kynoch's I M I 1950s Onwards

    Thanks Richard very true.
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    Kynoch's I M I 1950s Onwards

    This is a photo of mom with Lill Turner in the Kynoch canteen where she was pastry cook. The second is her retirement and presentation. We all met up at Ansell's social club on the evening for a farewell party for them all.
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    Bevington Road Aston

    Have you the address of the back to back in Franchise street please as my Nan was 3/36?. Thanks.
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    Birmingham Anglers' Association

    Just up from our caravan. Pete used to fish those waters too.
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    Pubs on Queslet Road The Old Horns,The Trees and the Deers Leap

    Pass this pub most days on our allowed one hour exercise.
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    Pype Hayes Park

    What a lovely old phot Viv. My late aunt and uncles house backed onto the park.
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    Birmingham's Working Horses

    Thank you Maurice and Lynn. I did post this before the forum was hacked so thought I would attach it again. My granddad is buried in the small churchyard over the road from the Church Tavern with his little daughter Evelyn. Unfortunately over the years it has been covered over when the...
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