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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #27 on: Sunday 30 December 07 12:00 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for that Mack... that's all good to know.


And thanks Tony..shame none of them are listed as the info looks really useful.



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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 30 December 07 12:27 GMT (UK) »
Hi Tony,

I've just seen this thread  ::)  could you possibly see whether there is any  mention of Garnet Sutcliffe (RFC), or Anna (Nancy) Wolstencroft (VAD) or her brother Cecil Barrow Wolstencroft (I do have his CWGC ref) in that paper please.

Anna was nursing in Ashton hospital but went to France (I have transcribed her diary from while she was out there) so I wondered if there might be anything about her in the paper.

This on top of the Mallalieus!!!  many thanks Tony, you're a star  :-* :-* :-*
GREENWELL - Middlesbrough
TURNBULL - Houghton le Spring, Coxhoe, Spennymoor
DEVEY - Pentonville, Stockton, M'bro
MOHAN/HUN - Stockton on Tees
SCRAFTON - Darlington
BROADBENT - Saddleworth, Ashton Under Lyne
HEMSWELL - Grantham, M'bro
SIMPKINS - M'bro
SIMPKIN - Little Wratting, Suffolk
MALLALIEU - Saddleworth, Ashton U L
GOODWIN - Macclesfield Forest
SUTCLIFFE - Heptonstall, Ashton U L
PLIMMER - Pontesbury, Ashton U L
CAMBRIDGE - Goulborne, Ashton U L
SIDDALL - Ashton U L

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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 30 December 07 12:54 GMT (UK) »
3 kisses :-[

Do you have a date for Garnet, I've got Cecil's from CWGC. I did see a whole page devoted to nurses somewhere between 1914-1918 so that should be a piece of cake ::) send me some matchsticks for my poor old eyes ;D

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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 30 December 07 13:13 GMT (UK) »
LOL

Garnet didn't die (thank goodness or I'd not be here to bother you  ;))but the RFC was just new so he might have been a bit of a novelty  ;D no need to specially search but if there's a mention of him anywhere the name Garnet (being such a common one) might just catch your eye ;D

you can have 4 now  ;) thank you

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GREENWELL - Middlesbrough
TURNBULL - Houghton le Spring, Coxhoe, Spennymoor
DEVEY - Pentonville, Stockton, M'bro
MOHAN/HUN - Stockton on Tees
SCRAFTON - Darlington
BROADBENT - Saddleworth, Ashton Under Lyne
HEMSWELL - Grantham, M'bro
SIMPKINS - M'bro
SIMPKIN - Little Wratting, Suffolk
MALLALIEU - Saddleworth, Ashton U L
GOODWIN - Macclesfield Forest
SUTCLIFFE - Heptonstall, Ashton U L
PLIMMER - Pontesbury, Ashton U L
CAMBRIDGE - Goulborne, Ashton U L
SIDDALL - Ashton U L

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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #31 on: Sunday 30 December 07 17:10 GMT (UK) »
4, Bliss 8)
I'll look out for this man especially!

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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #32 on: Sunday 30 December 07 18:15 GMT (UK) »
Hello
I have been following this topic and found the research that has been done most interesting .
I was wondering whether you would like to read about Jack Judge , the composer of the famous WW1 song , "Its a long way to Tipperary" .
It originated in Stalybridge , Cheshire .
 Go to www.stalybridge.org.uk and click on Jack Judge Tribute . If you have speakers on your computers make sure they are on and sing along . ;)
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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #33 on: Sunday 30 December 07 19:40 GMT (UK) »
Beautiful HOWMUCH, thanks ever so much :) that will stay with me forever.

Have a great New Year
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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #34 on: Monday 03 March 08 23:27 GMT (UK) »


I'm starting this thread again for the New Year and my 10,000 .......  ;D ;D ;D ;D

By any chance can I please make a list again ??!!  ::)

I have all these Gorton boys I need information on !!

Thanking you in advance !!  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Gorton Reporter 1873-1918, 1939-1970
« Reply #35 on: Monday 03 March 08 23:53 GMT (UK) »
Woohoo congrats Annie  ;D ;D ;D ;D


GREENWELL - Middlesbrough
TURNBULL - Houghton le Spring, Coxhoe, Spennymoor
DEVEY - Pentonville, Stockton, M'bro
MOHAN/HUN - Stockton on Tees
SCRAFTON - Darlington
BROADBENT - Saddleworth, Ashton Under Lyne
HEMSWELL - Grantham, M'bro
SIMPKINS - M'bro
SIMPKIN - Little Wratting, Suffolk
MALLALIEU - Saddleworth, Ashton U L
GOODWIN - Macclesfield Forest
SUTCLIFFE - Heptonstall, Ashton U L
PLIMMER - Pontesbury, Ashton U L
CAMBRIDGE - Goulborne, Ashton U L
SIDDALL - Ashton U L