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- Thu Feb 13, 2020 1:13 pm
- Forum: Member's Short Stories
- Topic: Grandparents from Bermondsey
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Hi Bermondseypayn Welcome to the site. The only reference I can fined is Chichester buildings, which was one of the Railway buildings down Webb Street? http://www.bermondseyboy.net/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=477&p=2021&hilit=Chichester+webb#p2021 Hope this was of some help, maybe someone else ...
- Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:27 pm
- Forum: Message from Bermondseyboy
- Topic: This is Bermondsey
- Replies: 2
- Views: 463
It seems we are getting lots of topics relating to Camberwell. I know this is difficult because of the boundaries and some may be relating to Bermondsey. 200px-Southwark_areas.png However this site is Bermondseyboy and should be about Bermondsey. If we start getting too deep into Camberwell, memb...
0e21679381c07fb756bb160c0d614482591a26c4_r.jpg DEVON MANSIONS - Building 3 The Devon Mansion buildings are located on five separate sites spanning a distance of approximately 600 m along the south side of Tooley Street. Details of the five buildings are as follows: - Building 1 (blocks 1-3) is loca...
Hi Lunalux Welcome to the site. The Whitnall's lived on the Harold Estate around about 1961. There was Johnny Whitnall, Mary Whitnall I think was his Mother, i'm not sure about his Dad's name but I think he had a betting shop? I believe he also had a younger Sister, name escapes me? The last time i ...
- Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:22 pm
- Forum: General Postings
- Topic: DO YOU REMEMBER THESE?
- Replies: 70
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I remember the milk at webb street, I was once a milk monitor.
In the summer months, the smell of warm milk was a bit overpowering.
What about Nitty Nora the bug explorer, she had a steel comb dipped in some solution to kill the bugs? then dragged it through your hair.
timothy-1852.jpg elizabeth-tobin.jpg 1923. Timothy Lyons dies 10/12/1923 at 3 Marcia Road , aged 71, a Tea Warehouseman. Cause of Death: 1, Bronchitis. 2, Cerebral Hoemorhage. Informant on the death certificate was H. Blackmore (the now married daughter Helen) of 47 Darville Road, Stoke Newington. ...
f4826af9e4879cc5704b1c5c3beddd7bd3bfbdab_r.jpg Untitled.jpg Bacon’s School was the oldest school in Bermondsey. Founded in 1703 or 1718 with money left by Josiah Bacon, it used to be in Grange Road, where Southwark Institute of Adult Education now stands, but then moved to Pages Walk and Delafor...