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PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE BAIPIP ARCHIVES

PEOPLE

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Photograph number: People 26

Date unknown

Barbara Pearson (nee Nelson)

Barbara was the post woman in Brierley for many years

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Photograph number: People 27

Date unknown

Mrs Watson and her granddaughter Elsie Grimes

13 Common Road Brierley

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Photograph number: People 28

Circa 1920s

Brother and sister Norah and Dennis Turner

Who lived on the Hilltop estate

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Photograph number: People 29

Date unknown

Mrs Ann Wightman (nee Gott)

23 Common Road Brierley

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Photograph number: People 30

Circa 1940/50s

Phyllis Grimes

Phyllis was from Newark but was a regular visitor to the Gillatt family who lived on Cliff Farm

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Photograph number: People 31

Circa 1940s.

Sisters Betty York and Elsie Vaux nee Gillatt

Cliff Farm

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Photograph number: People 32

Date unknown

Mrs Watson and her granddaughter Elsie Grimes

13 Common Road Brierley

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Photograph number: People 33

Circa late 1930s

Gunner Leslie Steele Hilltop Brierley

Gunner Leslie Steele died as a Japanese prisoner of war in 1940

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Photograph number: People 34

Circa 1916

Corporal Ernest Steele

13 Battalion Yorks and Lancs. Barnsley Pals. Killed in action June 27th 12918 in Flanders

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Photograph number: People 35

Date unknown

Morris and Annie (nee Pearson) White

Hilltop estate

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Photograph number: People 36

1951

Baxendales

Edith Baxendale (nee Kenyon) with son and daughter David and Janet

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Photograph number: People 37

Circa 1960s

Harry and Dora (nee Steele) Eastwood

Frickley Bridge Lane

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Photograph number: People 38

Date unknown

Farmer ? Gillatt

This gentlemanís Christian name is unknown but he was Dolly Nelsons  (nee Gillatt) grandfather and Barbara Pearsonís (nee Nelson) great grandfather. This photograph was taken on Cliff Farm. You can see Clifton House in the background

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Photograph number: People 39

Circa 1920s

Doris Gillatt with daughter Betty

Cliff Farm

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Photograph number: People 40

1966

Nurse Jean Horsefall

Winner of the Ward Aldham Cup

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Photograph number: People 41

Date unknown

Johnny Breedon

Local lad who played in goal for Sheffield Wednesday

Photograph re produced from an old cigarette card

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Photograph number: People 42

Circa mid 1950s

Eric Pickering

In fancy dress

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Photograph number: People 43

1946

Gunner Harry Pickering

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Photograph number: People 44

1967

Eddie Woodward in the freezer room

Eddie married Nellie who was the adopted daughter to Danny Oates the well-known local ice-cream manufacturer who worked from Fidling farm on Church Street. After their marriage they had a house and ice-cream factory built on the farm where they started to manufacture and sell their ice cream under the name Its Danny's. Their ice cream won many diplomas. Their twin sons' Danny and David were the last to manufacture and sell the ice cream when production stopped in the 1990s.

Photograph re produced from an old newspaper cutting

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Photograph number: People 45  This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Date unknown

Eddie and Nellie Woodward

Nellie was the adopted daughter to Danny Oates the well-known local ice-cream manufacturer who worked from Fidling farm on Church Street. She married Eddie and they had a house and ice-cream factory built on the farm where they started to manufacture and sell their ice cream under the name Its Danny's. Their ice cream won many diplomas. Their twin sons' Danny and David were the last to manufacture and sell the ice cream when production stopped in the 1990s. Sadly Eddie, Nellie and their son David have passed on. Eddie is seen wearing the Policeman's helmet of his son-in-law Des Columbine who married their daughter Kathleen.  I personally worked for Eddie and Nellie on a number of occasions 'hawking' their ice cream. There was always a bacon butty and a cup of tea for the drivers on a Sunday morning. I can honestly say they were two of the nicest, hard working people I have ever had the privilege to meet and work for

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Photograph number: People 46

Date unknown

Billy Baxendale and Ted Perry

Brierley Tennis courts

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Photograph number: People 47

1969

May Beaumont Schofield and son Christian

Lindley House

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Photograph number: People 48

1969

Roy and May Beaumont Schofield

Lindley House

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Photograph number: People 49

Date unknown

Edith Kenyon aged 2

Later to become Mrs Billy Baxendale

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Photograph number: People 50

1932

Stenton and daughter Edith Kenyon

Edith later became Mrs Billy Baxendale

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