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Can anyone remember john and olive greaves who lived in shiney row, these were my grandparents i lived in barrington. When the pits closed when i was 8 we moved to staffordshire so i am just trying to get some photos and maybe a relative contact.

Thanks in advance

Keith

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13 hours ago, Keith Batey said:

Can anyone remember john and olive greaves who lived in shiney row, these were my grandparents i lived in barrington. When the pits closed when i was 8 we moved to staffordshire so i am just trying to get some photos and maybe a relative contact.

Thanks in advance

Keith

Unfortunately not @Keith Batey 

In the Gallery section we have an albums under 'Historic Bedlington' and there is an album 'Doctor Pit & Rows' and there are a couple of photos of Shiney Row but no mention of the families that lived there.

Also under 'Historic Bedlington' there are albums for all the past and current Bedlington schools where many class photos are posted. Under each class photo posted there are additional photos with pupils names added. There is also an album for Barrington County Primary School within the 'Historic Bedlington' group and the surname Greaves does appear a few times.

Let's know any other names you are searching for and i will see what I can find.

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Thanks Alan i will do some searching. Do you know the name nextstep in this group i think he may be a relative he sent a picture but lost touch.

Thanks again 

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4 hours ago, Keith Batey said:

Thanks Alan i will do some searching. Do you know the name nextstep in this group i think he may be a relative he sent a picture but lost touch.

Thanks again 

@Keith Batey - there was a company under the name of 'nextstep' joined this group back in 2009. There were no images posted under 'nextstep' and within the comment posted under nextstep the aouthor used the name Frank. This is a direct link back to the 2009 posting :- 

 

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