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    The Boys Brigade

    Hi I played in that team once I was a load of rubbish never got picked again till the next season when I played all the games. I remember a few in the photo but except for Keith Dumbleton they were one year above me.
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    Redhill Terrace, Hay Mills

    Hi Yes if I remember right the CWS factory was on the corner of Arthur road and Redhill road everything they made was wooden. When I was a kid I loved the smell that came from the factory. Frankie Mole was no relation to the moles who lived in Redhill Terrace I believe frank mole and his family...
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    The Boys Brigade

    Hi Keith I lived in Acocks green then on to Hall Green but left B'Ham 25years ago to a small village near Atherstone. The only name I reconise of the 5 names you mentioned is the Dumbletons Keith was in the same year as me but he went to Oldknow road school so we lost touch. I move away from...
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    Redhill Terrace, Hay Mills

    Thank you
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    Redhill Terrace, Hay Mills

    Eileen I Can't see the date on the electoral roll could you let me have it.
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    The Boys Brigade

    Hi Keith I don't remember you by name nor do I remember Alan Smith, But I do remember Kenny Mole played football with him many times and I was a friend of Jonny Mole. Did you play football for the BB team or go on a camp with them. I lived in Arthur terrace off Arthur Road which was off Redhill...
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    Redhill Terrace, Hay Mills

    Hi Eileen, Rudge as I said were my Grand parents yes there were a lot of kids 6 Girls one was my mother & 2 boys. How they all lived in that tiny house I will never know, and believe it or not they also had a lodger living there. We moved to 12 Arthur Terrace in 1948 2 doors away from the piles...
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    Tidy up

    Thanks to both of you, I never expected such a good result thanks a lot
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    Tidy up

    Hi can anybody tidy this photo up please. I realise it will take some work but any improvement will be appreciated.
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    Redhill Terrace, Hay Mills

    Hi Eileen welcome. I can throw some names at you of people that I think were living in the terrace before and through the war. Redhill terrace 2, the Cox family, 3, Webb & Turners, 7, Rudge (my grandparents ) 8, Washington, 12, mole, 13, Parker, Arthur Terrace which was opposite 1...
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    Wilmot Breeden Limited

    Hi do you know which factory she worked in (Amington road Kings Road etc) ?
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    sayings

    One I heard a lot when I was a kid i'm flat broke.
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    Rhubarb,

    Done that many times loved it.
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    OLDEST AND YOUNGEST BHF MEMBERS

    Not a problem when you get older but your right when your a kid its not very good.
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    OLDEST AND YOUNGEST BHF MEMBERS

    Hi I feel like a young lad after reading some of these posts born 25/12/1944
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