Thrybergh Ravenfield Dalton

South Yorkshire England

            Pronounced locally Thrybur  Old English Triberg

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Thrybergh Folk
Folk pre 15th Century
Folk pre 18th Century
Folk 18th Century
Folk 19th Century
Folk 20th Century
Folk of Note
James Ross
James Ross 2
James Ross 3
James Ross Poems
The Village Policemen
Womenfolk of Thrybergh
Womenfolk Page 2
Fred Kelly
Lol Foster
Fred Foster
Fred Foster 2
Fosters Staff
John Henry Green
The Drabble Family
The Drabble family 2
The French Family
The Willert Family
The Willert Family 2
The Willert Family 3
Stephen Pursehouse
The Beeden Family
Beeden's The Builders
Beeden Profiles
Roy Nixon
Thrybergh Players
South Family
Wheatcroft and Bisby
Rogers Family
Morgan Family
Geoff Walker
James Walker
George Hardy
John Doxey's Memories
John Doxey's Memories pg 2


History Early Times

Noble Families

Thrybergh Folk

Thrybergh Churches

Thrybergh Schools

Pubs and Clubs


Local Sport

Yorkshire Accent

Local Photos

We'ers Tha' Live

Helpful Pages

Rotherham Messages

Old Friends

Guest Book pg 3




Silverwood Mine

St Peters Conisbrough


Local Links


Thrybergh Folk 20th Century


1905 Oliver Dabs from Jump (out Barnsley way) came to Thrybergh to work at Silverwood colliery at the turn of the century. And he worked there all his life. Oliver's wife was Lily, they lived on Doncaster road
1908 Charles Henry Ball was the first first occupier of the Managers House
1920's Charlie Doxey, Isaac Doxey, Jack Doxey moved to Thrybergh from Platt Bridge Lancashire to work at Silverwood
1920's  Silverwood down the pit. John Gough of 5 Abell st. and Walter Jarrett of 39 Whinney Hill both worked at Silverwood pre 1920 to around the early 1940s.
1923 approx Jeannette Mabel Davis was born daughter of Richard "Dick" Davies and Maud Mary Davies
1923 Albert Nightingale is born, 10 November later became a soccer player
1930's Brian Anderson who was born in Norwood street Dalton
1930's Charlie Higgins manager of the Bughut.
1930's Mr.Whittakers had a pawnshop next to the Bughut
1930's Percy Lindsey and his wife had The barber shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill
1930's Mr Wainwright had a grocer shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill he also had a chicken farm on Magna Lane
1930's Mr.Pillings had a butchers,shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill
1930's Mr.Atkinson who was [ Mr Wainwrights son-in-law] had a greengrocer shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill
1930's Mr Wainwright had a chicken farm in the old water filter beds on Magna Lane.
1930's Mr.Moseley had a Fish and Chip shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill.
1930's Jimmy Townsend JP owned the cobblers shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill and lived in Arundel Villa at the back of the shop
1930's Sam Ash a little fella that smoked a clay pipe worked for Jimmy Townsend JP
1930's Fred Wolf had the dairy in the yard of Arundel Villa.
1930's Clara Griffens had a grocery shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill.
1930's Mr and Mrs Head had the post office at the bottom of Whinney Hill.
1930's The Cartledges had a newsagent shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill.
1930's The Maskells ? had the fish and chip shop at the bottom of Whinney Hill
1930's Mr and Mrs Crossley were the postmaster and mistress at the post office old Thrybergh.
1930's Mr F. Woolhouse of the Thrybergh and Dalton Cooperative Guild,
1936 Canon G.H.C .Bowen was the Rector of Thrybergh
1936 Joseph Tuke lived in Thrybergh
1943 approx Alan Simpson is born later became an Olympic Runner
1947 The webmaster of this site was born at Rotherham Hospital
1950 approx Richard "Dick" Davies and Maud Mary Davies of 1 Abell Street (until sometime between 1949 and 1955 when they moved to a new bungalow.
1950 Ken Bowden was born on 5th July later became a soccer player for Bridlington Town
1950's Dr. Sedgewick was the local G.P.
1955 Father O Halleran was the priest at St. Gerards
1955 Dr. Dibb was one of the local G.P.s
1960 Canon Dixon was the rector of St. Leonards
1960's Mr. Conroy Headmaster of St. Gerards School retired,
1960 Dr. Price was one of the local G.P.'s.
1963 Ian Snodin is born 15 August, later became a soccer player



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