Thrybergh Ravenfield Dalton

South Yorkshire England

            Pronounced locally Thrybur  Old English Triberg

Webmaster John Doxey

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John Doxey's Thrybergh

The site that reintroduced the poems of James Ross the Bard of Thrybergh back to Thrybergh, a place to relive your memories, trace your family tree,  find old friends, and learn the history of the village.

 

Photo copyright and courtesy Jonathan Dabs

 


Welcome to the first comprehensive site on the Web concerning Thrybergh Village . This site has been a major success both locally and Worldwide due to the input by people, and also the photos of Jonathan Dabs.

 The Historic content has been researched and compiled by John Doxey with the help of numerous contributors.


It is the fond memories of the area and its people that encouraged me to produce this website. This is a free website aimed at sharing the history and stories regarding Thrybergh, and its people past and present.

 

When you speak of Thrybergh it is impossible not to include the people of Ravenfield and Dalton as the people of these three Villages had very strong links.

 

Many of the menfolk worked at the local Silverwood Mine.

 

Ravenfield, Dalton and Silverwood Mine  have their own sites produced by me, and all four sites are interlinked on every page of each site.

For those of you researching families, the sites contain records of  over 4,237 miners,  census records and family histories. Plus pages on the Noble families who once were the Lords of the Manor.

 

The four sites are used by local Schools,  B. B. C. Television, local researchers, and Environmental Scientist as a database on local history!

 

 

So if you have ties relating to these Villages then consider these your sites. Some of the pages have a light hearted content in an attempt to portray the humour of the area.
I hope you enjoy your visit to this site, please take time to sign the guest book it is always nice to see new names added.

 

My special thanks to all who have contributed !

John Doxey

27/02/08

SITE NEWS

 

"REMEMBER WHEN"

 COMING MAY 2008

A TERRIFIC PROGRAM OF EVENTS FROM

ROTHERHAM FEDERATION OF TENANTS AND RESIDENTS

DETAILS HERE

 

NEW PAGES

Local Events

Fenoughty Family

Godfrey Marsden

Snodin Family

Michael Hennigan

 

More streets and people in the "We'ers Tha' Live" section.

Bowen Dr.

 

NEW CATEGORY :  "Features" A look at old buildings, Industries etc. Local scenes

 

 

UPCOMING PAGES

 

More Streets and people

 

ENJOY YOUR VISIT

 

 WHAT THEY SAID

To sign the guest book click on the graphic, to view the guest book Guest Book pg 3

 

Brian Anderson Thrybergh ex pat. "Its like having a trip back home whenever you feel like it ".

 Joy Wheatcroft  " I came across your site while searching for information regarding my husbandís family history. Thanks to your site, I now know the origin of their home!"

 

Steve Taylor  currently teaching at Thrybergh Primary school " This year is the centenary of the old school and we are researching local history with the children. Your site has been brilliant in helping us obtain local history and pictures. "

 

 

 


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I have no affiliation  with any Trade Union, Political body, or organization regarding the information on this site. All information on this site is Factual and correct to the extent of my knowledge. There is no intent to cause offence to any individual. Should you spot an error please let me know  and that error will be corrected.

PEASE NOTE:

This site is the result of over 7 years research, and compilation, should you wish to use any of the content for publication of literature please contact me. The poetry and life of James Ross, the story of St. Leonard's Cross, and other items on this site were compiled, and first published on this site in their present context as a study of Thrybergh. If you use this site as a source, out of courtesy, please give credit where it is due as I have done on this site where appropriate.
All text and pages as formatted and presented on this site are copyright John Doxey and may not be reproduced under any circumstances without consent. Photos, and information Copyright to Primary Sources where applicable.

 

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