I was born in 1952. I did not at that time live in Bramley but my great nan did. She lived at the Tollgate in Birtley Road. Opposite was Luxford's Garage and next ...Read full memory
My parent got married here in 1955 at the church and then they all crossed the road to 'The Jolly' for the reception.
I am looking for anyone with information on a Mary Frances Marchant. My grandmother, her and her family are all from Bramley - she was born March 1913. So I'm looking for anyone with ...Read full memory
My father, Dudley Darrell was born at Bramley Grange 13th November 1909. He was the youngest son of fred and Jennie Darrell who had bought the estate a couple of years prior only to ...Read full memory
My grandfather was the Head Gardener at the Grange and my father was his Under Gardener prior to the Second World War. I am not sure of the years but remember visiting my grandparents ...Read full memory
My grandfather James Head and his wife Mary were the first owners of Arreton and my father told me he used to play in the meadows at the rear of the house. He told me there was a ...Read full memory
Me and my brothers and sisters lived in Bramley at the end of the 1960s, we lived in Gosden Common, right at the end where you went through a gate and there were two or three cottages and we ...Read full memory
My family have been in Eastwood Road Bramley for almost 100 years and some are still there. I grew up in Eastwood road; most of my family have lived there. My Great ...Read full memory
I was borne in 1956 in a house on Broadlea Grove Bramley and lived there until I got married in 1975 had really happy times and Iv lots of happy memories playing on the streets or in Bramley Fallwoods and at the canal I still live in Bramley but on the Swinnow
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