Glad you enjoyed the post Jackie – Yes I see your family address 58 Ablow Street head of the household John James Hunt in the earl 1920’s . We also have a face book group Lost Wolverhampton check it out if you have time. Best Wishes Billy.
Billy commented on the post, THE WOLVERHAMPTON INNER RING-ROAD – Is No Friend Of Mine! 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Nice one David Glad we stirred some pleasant memories for you.
Thank you for the comment Malcom – Sorry to say I don’t recall any of the names probably because I may have been at the dairy long before the people you mention.
But nevertheless it may stir memories for other members. Please keep in touch.
Hello Bea – Welcome to “Lost Wolverhampton” I have memories and stories of all the locations you mention Please keep in touch.
We also have a face book group “Lost Wolverhampton” join us if you are able, you will find it quite rewarding
Best Wishes Billy.
Hello Jane. Yes I remember the McNally’s they were scattered all a round North Street . From the time they came from Ireland in the mid 1850’s until the 1950’s 60’s when the bulldozers moved in. You will find the name on early census’s from 1871 in Lawyers Field also Joseph Patrick was householder in In 1923 at No.5 Lawyers Field with Mary Ann at…[Read more]
Postcards from the past – Brickkiln Croft
It was confirmed today 31st May 2017, that The £55 million regeneration scheme for Westside in Wolverhampton will start in 2018.
This past 12 […]
Postcards from the past – Darlington Street
Crawford Wells the Sleep Shop, provides the backdrop for this summer scene offering bargains at their premises on the junction of School Street and W […]
On this day – February 14th, 1981.
£155,000 comeback for Lindy Lou.
Where the headlines in our local newspaper that evening.
Building takes 14 months to renovate
One of Wolverhampton’s oldest bui […]
Hi Terry I can’t seem to find a Chappel’s listed as builders in the directories I have. But I have seen quite a few photos of Birch Street circa 60’s and 70’s on The facebook group Wolverhampton in Old Photographs. Check that out Also join our facebook group Lost Wolverhampton there is a possibility of some help on there.
Thank you for getting in touch your post has brought back many fond memories for me I had many reasons for visiting the area around St Paul’s Church from the time just after the War
I remember the illegal bookmakers that frequented many of the back alleys, pubs and works at that time I also had many friends that used the local…[Read more]
- Load More