l have a postcard of this view which is dated Oct 11th 1904. ln which the sender write's about just moving into a house that is facing one of the houses on the left which had just been recently built and so does not appear on this photo. On the right of the photo you can see the tower that was part of ...Read full memory
Hello I am looking for Doris and Raymon Lee if any one should know them please would you tell them I am looking for them Doris Is my cousin lost contact with her my email is firstname.lastname@example.org my name is Beryl Clark née Jamieson Doris's maiden name was Mather. Thank you
I was really shocked but pleased to find this photo - it is of my mum and nana in 1955 on Scunthorpe's High Street - we lived in Allanby Street. I was 10 years old when this picture was taken - it has brought back fond warm memories thank you - Linda.
My great grandad lived and worked on the right of this photo. I'm not 100\% sure which house but the location fits with census returns and what I've been told. The sign may say his name, I can't make it out clearly enough to be certain.
This picture shows Hollidays livery. I am George Holliday's great grand daughter. My aunt used to talk about where the shop was and while I don't remember it, I do remember her talking about it. It was fascinating to find this picture, which ties in exactly with what she said!
This picture is of St Peter-ad-Vincula (St Peter in chains) at Bottesford, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. One of only a few in the country with this dedication another being in The Tower of London. 13th century Early English style and at the time of this picture would have been recently restored having had the roof raised to its original pitch.
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