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Date Posted: Fri, 23 May 2003, 22:32:49
Author: Janet Drabble
Subject: Re: Origins of Road Names
In reply to: Terry 's message, "Origins of Road Names" on Sun, 03 Feb 2002, 19:31:43

>Does anyone know the origins of Heeley Road names? In
>particular Myrtle Road, Anns Road and Olive Grove Road.

hi there,
just come across your request about road names and their origins. I found the information from a book by Peter Harvey, that is in Sheffield City Library, I was looking street names up for our local history group. Myrtle Road is so called because of a white flowered shrub that apparently
grow in the area.

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