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Date Posted: Mon, 18 Sep 2017, 16:37:13
Author: david hartley
Subject: Re: Parkin Family (Bone Cutters)
In reply to: Eric Youle 's message, "Parkin Family (Bone Cutters)" on Sat, 10 Jan 2004, 22:57:26

>Hi
> I'm looking for any leads regarding the Parkin
>family of Heeley. The family had operated a Bone
>Cutting etc business at 188 Rockingham Street, until
>relatively recent years and I believe lived in Heeley.
>
> Does this ring a bell with anyone?
Hi
On the left hand side, looking down the " 21 steps " at the bottom of Nicholson rd was a Bone factory, or a person who made knife & fork handles in bone. We used to climb over the wall, and get the handles to play NICK NACKS, as they did with SPOONS. Are these the people you are looking for ??
Bye Dave

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