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    Max green commented  · 

    Talk of demolishing and redeveloping Goldenhill Workingmen's Club at it's Mobberley Road site goes back in time showing how the club used to look at it's old location (pictured on the Home Page)in the middle of the 20th century.

    It must surely bring back good memories to those people who remember the club being there, and if anyone has stories or information to share about the club

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    I research family history and whilst checking on one of my ancesters in the Shropshire Archives I found, on the 1871 census, that my man had gone to Trysull to become a Farm Bailiff. I have a copy of sheet 3 of the census upon which he is shewn however the writing is reasonably legible but it is also feint.
    The sheet I have has five entries and I wonder if from what I can make out you may be able to put the proper names to them. The first entry appears to be Trysull Cottage housing the Lamb family of agric labourers. Secondly there is a property unamed with the Austin family - again farm labourers. Thirdly, the farm where my ancester Edward Parry was bailiff, looking like Corner Farm. Fourthly, the next property looks like Clan/Glan Park with one William Burton heading it. Lastly, what looks like Back Bound/Bond/Board headed by John Parker.
    These places would obviously be on a walking round for the census enumerator of the day and I was wondering if you could put proper names to them especially the Farm.
    What brought my ancester from farming 193 acres south of Oswestry to being a Farm Bailiff at Trysull is something I yet need to discover. However I am sure all will be revealed in time.

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    Max green commented  · 

    I am a local historian researching the clubs/ coffee bars in Leicester in the 1960s.

    Would love to speak to anyone who frequented these places. There is very little recorded information of them and without the memory their histories may fade away!

    If anyone has any photos as well I would love to see them.

    Many thanks

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