Thrybergh Ravenfield Dalton

South Yorkshire England

            Pronounced locally Thrybur  Old English Triberg

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WE'ERS THA LIVE ?

We'ers Tha' Live

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Doncaster Road

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Doncaster Road

 

Running through Thrybergh from Dalton Brook to Hooton Roberts Doncaster Road is the most historical road in the area, as it dates back to possibly Roman times.

 

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Deer Park Farm
 Which is now sadly boarded up

 

Chestnut Tree Farm built around the mid 1600's, as you can see from the sign future development is planned to once again mar the view that is part of the Thrybergh Heritage

 

WHO LIVED WHERE

 

Please note that prior to the Second World War the actual tenant's of the houses below took in lodgers, from the list below unless stated the actual tenant is not certain in any given period.

 

ODD NUMBERS

EVEN NUMBERS

1
George and Lily Marriott, in 1917
Rhodes Marriott pre 1917
19
J. Smith  1919
James Sankey 1924 
27
Julie Rogan 
29
Michael McManus   1919

John Moran   1920
39
H. ? Bington 1924

6
Harold Burgin  1924
12
Harold Deacey? [ D'arcey ]  1924
18
Ernest Hazledine  1919
20
Robert Hughes 1919
22
Thomas J Rodgers 1919
28
William Sayers pre 1918 son of
William and Sarah Jane Sayers 1918
32
C. Dabbs  1919

Cottages, Houses, and Other

LAMBERTS COTTAGES

3
Frederick Willert  1901

Teresa Willert
Edith Willert
Edward Willert
Elizabeth Willert
Fanny Willert
George Willert
Gertrude Willert
Robert Willert
Rose Willert
Sarah Willert
Thomas Willert
William Willert 1901

 

WESTLEA

Herbert Gilmour 1924

 

WAYSIDE CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH
W H Irving ?  1927
James Murdock  1927

WHARFORD ? VILLA

Horace Pearson 1920
THRYBERGH VILLAGE

S. Hill 1920

 

 

 

 

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