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The background is Jennings yard building right at the top was a wheelwright and blacksmiths it still had all the tools of the when we played in there with Kenny Cox Charles Cox Kens grandad took over the business when old man Jennings died
Her Maiden name was Ada Rogers then Ada Smith lastly Ada Lloyd.
three children first marriage three children second marriage Her first husband was Sydney Smith he was killed in first world war action. 1915
this is from Ancestry.com
yes Lyn you got it right Dolly Sheppard was my long time friend Johnny Sheppard of long standing (75 years ) and still very good friends
Dolly lived at 9 Parliament street, the photograph was taken in the yard 1/15 Parliament street circa 1950's
Reference the Lock up is was behind the shops and over the wall from Newton's yard the building had no windows it was all ways known to us as the lock up but never accessed, The back of the lock was in the yard behind Johnny Sheppards house I did have a photograph of the wall will look it out...