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    Christine commented  · 

    Ive just moved into a house in bolling hall road Facing the park and very close to the museum. I'm wondering when my house might have been built. It's quite high up off the street and it's definitely one of the older houses on the street. I've been trying to find out about the history of the area including when the homes around bolling hall were built but can't seem to find anything. Does anyone have the answer or ideas of where I could look?

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    Hello all,
    What a great site to research all my ancestors. I have Mahonys (many brushmakers and a few cutlers thrown in here and there along with some dentists), and I'm just starting to do a little more research on the Baker side (She married into the Mahony family, but her family is from Sheffield. This site helps expedite all the research needed to connect everyone. Thanks a bunch

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    Christine commented  · 

    Ive quite recently discovered that I may have Leeds ancestry! Quite an honour I think!

    It has only taken since the 1960s and the assistance of a contact in Australia with access to the latest census to get to this point, .

    There are a few bits of info that may help me advance so I will be very grateful for any assistance available or pointers.

    I need to know about a photo album manufacturer, "Halmac" Halliday & Co of Holbeck Lane, Leeds, I believe arround 1900 or earlier.

    Also the names, Fleming: Grubb: Grubb Fleming: Hirst: Grieg: and Hirst Grieg: Any existing families of these names also.

    The street names also, do they still exist and where are they,I couldn't find on Google. : Dennison Street, Leeds 1934. also if it falls in the area of interest of the forum: Braeston?? St, Bradford 1940?

    I appreciate this is a big ask for a newcommer, but I really do want to confirm my ancestry in Leeds.

    A big thank you to anyone who can assist

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    Christine commented  · 

    I was brought up in Church Lane, Eston.
    On the 1950 Class 9 photo, I spotted my brother, John Crosby, first left on the back row. The teacher was Miss Brayshaw.
    John also appears on the 1953 photo, 2nd left front row. The teacher was Ken Oversby

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