I lived at 11 Parker Street, Edgbaston, The reason I am contacting you is I am hoping. Dad died in April 1947, from his war injuries, when I was 11 months old, and this picture is that of my Mother (still in Black older brother Graham and myself. Parker Street My brother Norman used to ride in the lorries from the Carbon Dioxide with the driver who, if I remember correctly, was called George Daniels. I have also come across a distant relative of mine, Irene Trapp, who I understand now lives in France. .
This is my Nan, Ellen (Nell) Gumbley with her friend in Broad Street probably taken late 50s or early 60s. I have just picked up your web site and it has brought back so many memories. . The Management of Mr Silvey; wines sprits, Mr Daniels Beer at Home" were a pleasure to work with. She was a very pleasant dark haired lady who soon put me at ease. Regards Val Brown (nee Smith) Memories of Val Brown, nee Smith I was born in William Street in 1943 and I attended. We also put chrysanths on the grave, the large bloom type, bronze, mauve and white. We had lots of friends in the street, I remember the Cashmoore Family - Les, Hilda, Margaret, Susan and the twins, Roger Tony. My granddads name was Birchell Johnson and my nan's name was May. The shop may be remembered as written on the window was "uppy" which children used to laugh about and call it Ma Guppy's. Her grandparents stayed in Marroway Street until her grandfather retired in 1939, having then to relinquish the tenancy of the tied house. I met my future wife Yvonne at Bellis's and am, still married after 38 years.
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