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PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE BAIPIP ARCHIVES

PEOPLE

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Photograph number: People 201

Circa 1990

Jack Bates

Hilltop estate

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Photograph number: People 202

August 1987

Barbara Pearson (nee Nelson)

Barbara was the post woman in Brierley for many years

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Photograph number: People 203

Date unknown

Nurse Dorothy Elliot

Nurse Elliot bore a proud record of delivering over 1,000 babies and never losing one. She worked at the Old Beckett Hospital and was a clinic superintendent at Barnsley District General Hospital before her retirement in the early 70s. She also worked as a sister on the maternity ward at St Helens hospital for 25 years

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting

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Photograph number: People 204

Circa 1960s

June Gaskell

June lived with her parents Norman and Gladys where she is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 205

Circa 1960s

June Gaskell

June lived with her parents Norman and Gladys where she is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 206

Circa 1960s

June Gaskell

June lived with her parents Norman and Gladys where she is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 207

Circa 1960s

June Gaskell

June lived with her parents Norman and Gladys where she is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property. In the garden next door can be seen Edith Sheard whose family lived at number 5 Hillside

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Photograph number: People 208

Circa 1960s

June Gaskell

June lived with her parents Norman and Gladys where she is seen here at number 4 Hillside with her dog Dusky. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 209

Circa 1960s

Norman Gaskell

Norman lived with his wife Gladys and daughter June where he is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 210

Circa 1960s

Norman Gaskell

Norman lived with his wife Gladys and daughter June where he is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 211

Circa early 1960s

Norman Gaskell

Norman lived with his wife Gladys and daughter June where he is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property. Notice the radio on the door step

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Photograph number: People 212

Circa 1960s

Norman Gaskell

Norman lived with his wife Gladys and daughter June where he is seen here at number 4 Hillside. They would have been the first tenants in the property

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Photograph number: People 213

May 2006

Doris Akeroyd

On Mount Etna

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Photograph number: People 214

Circa 1950s

Roland Addy

Roland who was the Managing Director of the Carlton Main Coal Company purchased Brierley Hall in 1916 for £2,800 from Alphonse Wood. He employed many residents of Brierley over the years and on Nationalisation in 1948 he sold the Hall to Hemsworth Rural District Council for £8,750 in 1949 and retired to Oliverís Mount Scarborough

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Photograph number: People 215

Circa 1947

Roland Addy

Roland who was the Managing Director of the Carlton Main Coal Company purchased Brierley Hall in 1916 for £2,800 from Alphonse Wood. He employed many residents of Brierley over the years and on Nationalisation in 1948 he sold the Hall to Hemsworth Rural District Council for £8,750 in 1949 and retired to Oliverís Mount Scarborough

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Photograph number: People 216

Circa late 1950s

Walter Earl

Walter who lived on Hodroyd Cottages (Pit Row) can be seen here enjoying his holidays at Rhyl

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