Alfreton, Composite c.1955

Memories of Alfreton


I hope someone can help me please, as I believe my gg grandfather was the publican at the Royal Oak on King Street around the 1870's or thereabouts. Any information would be brilliant, as I'm sure someone has records/ history about King Street. It would be wonderful to fill in gaps. His name was George Ling and his wife was Isabella. Many thanks.

Between 1959 - 1977 I lived on King Street. My mother fondly described our house as the one behind the iron railings. We sold plants and tomatoes from the good sized garden which backed onto Painters farm. One side was the Undertakers/woodyard and the other The Railway Public House. Opposite was Taylors Corn Store and above (...Read full memory)

I have recently been researching Buxton family history, having very little knowledge of my grandad. I have discovered that his grandparents kept the former Devonshire Arms on King Street for nearly 30 years. At one time my grandad was living there with his grandparents, father, younger brothers and 13 lodgers. At that (...Read full memory)

My Grandfather, the Reverend Thomas Arthur Bairstow was the minister of this Church from 1924-30. This year (2007) we visited Alfreton for the first time. It was heartening to find that the church is still being used as such. New Life Church (NLC)now use the building and, although it was a weekday, we were (...Read full memory)

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