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Old 01-04-2022, 06:56 PM
borderlad borderlad is offline
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Default The bakery

It is mentioned quite a few times in the National Newspaper Archives
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Old 13-04-2022, 08:01 PM
Mrs Sandra Bowen Mrs Sandra Bowen is offline
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Default East Chevington / Red Row

My Great Grandma had a sweet shop at Red Row during the 1920s/1930s. this was next to Allans.

My Father's name was Thomas Donaldon Beverley. My Grandfather Jack Beverley had a private hire coach company 'Beverleys' he also ran the White Heart in Alnwick around the 1970s.

My Mother was Doreen Beverley nee Smith she lived at 5 Hedgehope Terrace.
My Grandfather was Fred Smith he was the eldest and had several brothers and sisters (Jimmy Smith (Miners Cottages), Sid Smith (Hadston), Ada Thompson nee Smith)

Mum had brothers and sisters (Albert, Fred, John, Jim & Nellie, Millie, Violet, Doreen and Lizzy who sadly died in 1942 in her 20s with TB)
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