Information wanted


Information (i.e. documents, personal recollections, photos, leads, links, etc) is sought on the following subjects -
but only in relation to Greasby: -

Primitive Methodist chapel/church

Home for the training of domestic servants

Teapot Row (officially called Stone Cottages)

First Smithy facing Coach & Horses

Second Smithy (the Grange Smithy) next to Coach & Horses

Wheelwright

Cobbler/Saddler

Agricultural machine hire

Cattle market

Rock House

White House

Homestead (Realey's farm, Pullen's farm)

Wind Pump & Farend

Pinfold

Greasby Hall Farm (now 118 Greasby Road)

Greasby Old Hall

Manor

Frankby Parish School (late photo needed)

Greave Dunning/Ashmount farm  (late photo of building needed, prior to conversion to Greave)

Police station/houses

South View, Mill Lane

Greenwood Terrace

Coronation Park - prior to being a park - ex Brick & Tile Works

Smallpox Isolation Hospital (later the second library / rates office)

Home Farm

School Farm

Greenheys Cottage & 1840 Cottage, Arrowe Road (near to Windsor Close)

First Community Centre (ex-World War II building)

Rose Cottage/Villa in Mill Lane

Red Cat - motorised display of geared wheels in 1970s

Relocation of a West Kirby miller to Greasby (possibly as innkeeper)

Inclosure/enclosure at Greasby

Mayfield private school at 288 Greasby Road

Beer-house called 'The Horseshoe' run by McCaffrey family

Boxwood Farm, later site of the Air Raid Shelter

The Thorns

Twelfth Man

The Favourite sweetshop

Nurse/Midwife Wilton of Red Cottage, Mill Lane c1915

Dr Vickers's surgery in Arrowe Road

Dr Theo Stok's surgery

Early supply of water, gas & electricity

Home Guard & A.R.P.

WWII refugees

Also, any other Greasby subject which you consider may be of interest.


Any documents or photos which are lent to me will be treated with utmost care and will be returned undamaged.  I would be pleased to have your permission to copy and to use them.  Copies for yourself can also be supplied.


If you can help with information, please contact me through the Contact page.






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