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Posted: Sat 17 May, 2008 12:24 pm
by Steve Jones
Well Wakefield has it in a few shops. WH Smith or Borders in Leeds both stock it,plus some of the larger newsagents.
It is not a magazine I buy on a regular basis.
I personally subscribe to Family History monthly and like to buy Your Family Tree magazine.
I get ther other magazines including this if the covermount CD-Rom has something I want on it such as this.

Posted: Sun 18 May, 2008 12:34 am
by cnosni
Steve Jones wrote:
Well Wakefield has it in a few shops. WH Smith or Borders in Leeds both stock it,plus some of the larger newsagents.
It is not a magazine I buy on a regular basis.
I personally subscribe to Family History monthly and like to buy Your Family Tree magazine.
I get ther other magazines including this if the covermount CD-Rom has something I want on it such as this.


The cds come off easily Steve,but being a JP can you imagine the headlines!!!

Posted: Mon 19 May, 2008 10:54 pm
by wiggy
cnosni wrote:
Steve Jones wrote:
Well Wakefield has it in a few shops. WH Smith or Borders in Leeds both stock it,plus some of the larger newsagents.
It is not a magazine I buy on a regular basis.
I personally subscribe to Family History monthly and like to buy Your Family Tree magazine.
I get ther other magazines including this if the covermount CD-Rom has something I want on it such as this.


The cds come off easily Steve,but being a JP can you imagine the headlines!!!
j.p!!! no no no....you can't be,please tell me your not a beak for the good burghers of the assizes of leeds!!!

Posted: Mon 19 May, 2008 11:39 pm
by cnosni
wiggy wrote:
cnosni wrote:
Steve Jones wrote:
Well Wakefield has it in a few shops. WH Smith or Borders in Leeds both stock it,plus some of the larger newsagents.
It is not a magazine I buy on a regular basis.
I personally subscribe to Family History monthly and like to buy Your Family Tree magazine.
I get ther other magazines including this if the covermount CD-Rom has something I want on it such as this.


The cds come off easily Steve,but being a JP can you imagine the headlines!!!
j.p!!! no no no....you can't be,please tell me your not a beak for the good burghers of the assizes of leeds!!!

Oh yes he is,he replied to one of your posts when you were complaining about the establishment.

Still, im sure he wouldnt have sent you down eh Wiggy??

Posted: Tue 20 May, 2008 7:08 am
by Steve Jones
Yes I am a JP Wiggy.
I sit in Wakefield.
The only openly Pagan magistrate in the UK AFAIK.

Re: Can anyone help me??

Posted: Thu 11 Feb, 2016 11:44 am
by walkerbabe
you can get a godfrey map of kirkstall road with all the alphabet streets on, my mum lived there. the schools are still there on burley road, I went to them both. just google godfrey maps and he will send you one, not expensive.

Re: Can anyone help me??

Posted: Sat 19 Jan, 2019 4:24 pm
by starcris
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John James Stephen Durham age around 6 St. simons pupil
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John James Stephen Durham age around 6 St. simons pupil
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My father John James Stephen Durham was born in 17 Baker Street, in 1923 which was also part of the Alphabet Streets, I have one picture of my dad with 2 friends (male) his age, and I would so like to share them, obviously they probably won't be living but perhaps their children or cousins might know them, believe my dad went to St. Simon's School on Ventnor Street (also part of the Alphabet Streets I believe, I have loads of army pics of friends later on in life, would like to match them up, but have no idea how to go about it, later my father went to Sandford secondary school, he wasn't one for chatting, so I've no idea , is there anyone that knows information about this school or whether a relative of theirs lived on the Alphabet Streets.
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John James Stephen Durham age around 6 St. simons pupil
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