South Yorkshire England
Pronounced locally Thrybur Old English Triberg
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A Presentation By Janice Hans
Janice Hans of Pennsylvania, U.S. A. recently [ Dec. 2006 ] spent an evening with her Mother looking through old family photos and decided to look into her family history, there were several pieces of memorabilia that mentioned Thrybergh and Silverwood Mine and after a short search on internet Janice discovered this site.
Originating in Wales the Rogers brothers made their appearance at Silverwood pre 1920, two of them William and John remained at the mine whilst Joseph who had lived at Blackpool Lancashire emigrated to Canada with his wife and three daughters. One of those daughters Gertrude born1898 moved to New Jersey, New York whilst the rest of the family stayed in Canada. Gertrude was the Grandmother of Janice Hans had only 2 girls, Alice year of birth 1926 and her sister Dorothy year of birth 1924. Alice being the Mother of Janice
The two other daughters of Joseph were Hannah and Nora - they were the Canadians who kept in touch with the relatives in England, Hannah never married and Nora married but had no children.
I knew my grandmother was born in Blackpool, England
but had little information on her family. Along with the photos I found
The photo left is a wedding invitation inviting my great grandparents Mr.&
Mrs. Joseph Rogers to their niece Pollie Rogers wedding to Wilfred Atkinson
at St. Leonard's Church Thrybergh in 1934.
Another little treasure found was a business card of an Albert Rogers, who the son of W. T. Rogers, who is named on the obituaries above. Albert's family must have been very proud of the fact he was a vocalist with the Carlton Dance Band as the band was a very well known and respected group of musicians locally.
© Janice Hans 2006
My thanks to Janice for adding her family to these pages.
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