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ST. LEONARD'S AVE

 

 

 

I left Thrybergh in 1969, but up until my late Mother left there around 1976 I would visit her in Thrybergh once a fortnight. So I noticed a few changes through the years. The photo on the left is of The Four Shops on St. Leonard's Ave built around 1952. 

 I was amazed to see that they are all unoccupied. These shops used to be a meeting place for people in the area and also for  kids at night. Just to the left of the shops a bookies runner used to take bets until a betting shop was built. He used to wait for the Miners coming home off afternoon shift.

 

 The photo below is the green on St. Leonard's Ave. and the second house from the left is where I spent fifteen years of my life. Our house being the only four bedroom house on the Street. The passageway in the centre was a perfect cricket "net".  In case you are confused there are four houses in the row.

 

There was many a game of soccer played on the green. I think they planted the trees around 1994. The gable end of the house on the left is on St. Leonard's Ave, and the gable end on the right is on Deer Park Drive. Both these buildings were Flatts.

 

 


 

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

 

67

The Guy Family

69

The Doxey Family pre 1976

71

The Doran Family Pre 1976

73

The Cawdron Family Pre 1976

 

 

UNKNOWN NUMBERS


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green and children.

The Hennigan Family

The Dransfield Family

The Hardy Family

The Robinson Family

The Humphries family

The Obrien Family

Mr. and Mrs. Bath

 

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