click herePick the bones out of this you blighters :o))The sign readsJT FairbrassGrocer & ButcherTrade and Parties catered forMineral WaterLicenced to sell Tobacco.Unposted with the, as usual standard template on the back and nothing else, no date or writing or anything!!
I think it is in Wales
Doing a quick search on Ancestry reveals the name Fairbrass to be most common in the Kent/Middlesex area if thats any help and not cheating.
There's no rules here - we try to win by fair means or foul ;o) anyhow that's not cheating, that is called 'using your loaf'!!
Is that because the Welsh are on a roll after the triumph in the last one or is it just a 'gut feeling' ?
Funny looking sidewall compared to the rest of the brickwork isn't it? Looks like a small village shop somewhere, I will guess somewhere in Yorkshire.
Right Said Fred's great grandad?The group was formed by brothers and Sussex-natives Richard and Fred Fairbrass
I reckon that the side wall (under all that vegetation) is actually slates.The habit of slating a side wall I have seen in a few places in Hampshire - on the South Downs bits.Now, methinks!One could come with a really preposterous answer to this picture... and it would be difficult to prove otherwise. Until somebody finds the exact shop!
If anyone is a member of military-genealogy.com click here might provide a guide. Or maybe not.
Thanks to Chris the Ancient's prompting I had a look through ancestry.co.uk and could not find a J T Fairbrass in the 1901 census. Almost all of the Fairbrass's that I foudn where in Kent or Hampshire.I'll keep looking.
I have found a John T Fairbrass born in about 1890 in Thanet.
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