Dentist's name

The origins and history of placenames, nicknames, local slang, etc.
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Re: Dentist's name

Postby buffaloskinner » Mon 07 Sep, 2015 8:08 pm

Johnny39 wrote:There was a motorcycle firm called Twistgrip & Spanners on Domestic Street I think, please excuse if this has already been mentioned.
Oh yes I had forgot about them :lol:
Is this the end of the story ...or the beginning of a legend?
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Re: Dentist's name

Postby j.c.d. » Tue 08 Sep, 2015 8:41 am

Al lad in my class at Mount St .Mary's was Tony Haddock. years later when I met up with him he had a successful business in York Road. he supplied fish shops with new ranges and equipment

On a similar note before the Leeds InternationaL lSwimming Pool was demolished a friend of mine Tony Turtle worked there.
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Re: Dentist's name

Postby tilly » Tue 08 Sep, 2015 9:07 pm

Was there ever a Russian snooker player called Inoff the red.He. He.
No matter were i end my days im an Hunslet lad with Hunslet ways.

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