Anyone worked at Firth Browns My maternal grandfather, Arthur Monks, worked at Firth Browns/ Brown baileys, during the 20's, to the fifties/sixties (he was born in 1900 approx, depending on whether you believe the birth date he gave on joining up to the army in ww1 oe his birth certificate)Mr PT's father worked for Forgemasters, (Albert Howson) (and, funnily enough, the first mr PT was also involved in steelworking, he worked in the offices at Dunford Hadfields, which was where the Mad as hell Shopping centre is now.
Originally posted by BillI worked at Firth Browns from 1937 to 1983 (with a gap of 7 years for the second world war). During my time I worked in the machine shops. I would be coach outlet stores clearance sale very coach official online shopping happy to here from anyone else that worked at Firth Browns at the same time as me. coach outlet handbags happen My father and grandfather also worked at firths.Look forward to coach outlet hillsboro texas hearing from any and all of my ex colleagues.Hi Bill,My father worked at Firth Browns years ago, as a sawsmith,his name is Ronald Turfitt, not sure what dates he worked there.Also another family member did, his name was Leslie Shakeshaft, also not sure what year he worked there either.Originally posted by bigkevreply to hazel.Hi Bigkev,Yes I was there with the blood Transfusion Service, We went there every 6mths.
The workers there had veins like drainplpesnever had any bother with the blood flow and a pt bottle was filled in a few mins.I remember that the place was vast and a man with a old Rolls Royce used to give us a llift to the canteen, name of Mr Dodds or Dobbs very unusual chap. Very limp wristed!! his Rolls had flowers in containers at the side of each door.
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