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Ashted

Villager

Brummie babby
Amongst a collection of postcards that belonged to my grand mother,there are a number addressed to my grand father at 132 Ashted Row, the family name was Postlethwaite. I am sure that the daughter Clara went into service with a local doctor
 

Villager

Brummie babby
My late husband was born in 132 Ashted Row, his mother was Winnie Bayliss nee Whiting,she had a brother Harry Whiting and her mother was Clara.i did have the discharge papers for a Postlewaithe.
 

Villager

Brummie babby
Amongst a collection of postcards that belonged to my grand mother,there are a number addressed to my grand father at 132 Ashted Row, the family name was Postlethwaite. I am sure that the daughter Clara went into service with a local doctor
 

Villager

Brummie babby
Amongst a collection of postcards that belonged to my grand mother,there are a number addressed to my grand father at 132 Ashted Row, the family name was Postlethwaite. I am sure that the daughter Clara went into service with a local doctor
 

Villager

Brummie babby
I will try a photo graph over the weekend I will also attempt to photograph the PC with the address and stamp on it
Amongst a collection of postcards that belonged to my grand mother,there are a number addressed to my grand father at 132 Ashted Row, the family name was Postlethwaite. I am sure that the daughter Clara went into service with a local doctor
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Villager

Brummie babby
My late husband was born at 132 Ashted Row,his grandmother was Clara,l did have discharge papers for a "Postlethwaite" are you a descendant of Harry Whiting ?
 

Edifi

master brummie
Does anyone remember the tram stop outside the paper shop at the Cap or Cab stand by the barbers(Georges).There was the Brewery and Dr Tighe's
 
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