South Yorkshire England
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|John Doxey's Memories|
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MY OTHER SITES
Of Fosters Store
FOSTER Head M Male 29 Messingham, Lincoln, England Brickmaker
Fred's siblings were William age 20 in 1901, and a coal miner framer, Frank age 18, also coal miner framer, John age 14, coal pony driver , Bertha age 12, Maggie age10 and Leah age 4.
Rennison Fosters parents were
THE MINING YEARS
Fred Foster began work at Hoyland Silkstone colliery at the age of 11, breaking a leg after 1 year caused by a run of tubs underground, and was a patient at the Sheffield infirmary".
Lucy DALLISON age 34 born in Elsecar. Sarah's
John W. DALLISON age 10 born at Elsecar,
George DALLISON age 7 born at Elsecar,
Harriet DALLISON age 5 born at Elsecar, and
Joseph DALLISON age 8 born at Elsecar.
George born c1899, and
Albert born after 1901.
Fell son of May Fell nee Foster was born in a room over the Foster's' store
on Whinney Hill, and told the story that Fred Foster pulled a pint and drank
one alternately in the off license there!
From an article possibly from the Rotherham Advertiser or The Sheffield Star
"To work in a coal mine until the age of 43, and without any previous business experience step out of the mine and launch a successful business is a very rare achievement". Fred was " a keen angler" who "liked nothing better than a few days fishing a few miles out of Bridlington and around Flamboro. Two assistants were employed at the commencement of his business career. With assiduity and keen business enterprise, Mr Foster's stores began to expand into a large modern emporium with many departments and over 100 employees. These departments embrace grocery, provisions, butchery, drapery, boots, clothing, furnishings, wireless, and beer-off, all fitted up in an attractively built range of shops near the brow of Whinney Hill. It is interesting to note...that one of the new shops is partly situated in the Thrybergh parish and partly in the Dalton parish, so that customers are unconsciously passing from Dalton into Thrybergh as they walk about the shop."
THE WEDDING OF GEORGE FOSTER TO KITTY
firstname.lastname@example.org who is
researching the Family History and would like to hear of any stories or
memories related to the Fosters or Fells of Bramley
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