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Thrybergh
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Silverwood Mine
St Peters Conisbro'

LOCAL QUARRYMEN

Photo courtesy of Margaret Heyday

The photo above is of Harvey Brown and his workmates, Harvey  is centre front row wearing a  tie.

There were many stoneworkers in the area, and quite a few quarries, the previous two pages are mainly dealing with the actual quarries and how the stone was used locally, this page has been inspired by Margaret Heyday who very kindly sent along the photo above.

Margaret tells us that her Great Grandfather was called Harvey Brown, born in Tickhill approx 1855. He married Emma Saunders their children were
George born 1877
Annie born 1880

Ida born 1886

Frank born 1890 my Grandfather, later school caretaker at Wickersley council School, after living High St. Bramley and Flanderwell Av. Bramley
Charles1993
 

Stoneworkers in the area

 

Ravenfield

1881

 

John Askew Quarry Owner Emp 3 Men 1 Boy Stone Mcht

George Burton Quarry Labourer Stone

George Burton jnr Quarry Labourer

William Butler Quarry Mason

George Roebuck  Quarry Mason

 

1891

Francis Barlow Stone Mason

 

1912

 

Alvery Wadsworth

 

1930

 

Rodiss Stone Mill owner

 

Thrybergh

 

1881

George Stokil Boyd Mason
John Ford Mason
Mary Wadsworth Partner Quarry Owner
Edwin Thomas French Quarry Mason

 

1901

Frederic Bohan Stone Dresser
Walter Beeden  Stone Mason
Joseph South Carter At Stone Quarry
Percy Wing Stone Quarry Apprentice


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