Happy Memories - a Memory of Wheatley Hill.

my grandparents lived in 32 wordsworth avenue, the names were jim and libby stogdale my mother was their daughter iris she had a older brother john younger sister ellen and younger brother jim.mam was born 1932 sadly passed away,i have many happy memories of visiting my grandparents house in wich my older brother and sister were both born,and many memories of visiting baldersaras sweet shop on the way home.people used to walk up past mr and mrs barkers path to cut through also past my nannas and grandas house to,


A memory shared by janetbarra55 on Feb 12th, 2015.
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Mon Feb 16th 2015, at 2:43 pm
janetbarra55 commented:
I am sure our parents probably knew each other,my older brother john and older sister ellen went to wheatley hill school for the first ten years.when mam and dad lived in with nanna and granddad my brother is 62. and sister ellen,is 60, iam 53,and in 1960 mam and dad moved to Easington wherei I was born.my brother john used to finish school on a Friday then run up the village to catch the bus straight over to nanas and grandas for the weekend then come home on sunday night.can you remember taylors the baker van coming in the street where our nannas used to buy bread and teacakes,
Sat Feb 14th 2015, at 7:29 pm
mrsgammy commented:
I'm sure my nana lived in Wordsworth avenue,she was named Harriet Thompson.my mam was Jenny,there was also Gordon.david.joyce and Elsie,my aunties and uncles.i remember my nana's passing,it must have been about 1963 I think.i lived in dalton terrace with mam,dad ted,and my brothers teddy,Gordon,Kenneth and John.we moved to stoke on Trent in 1966 when I was 10,we still live here now.

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