2 thoughts on “Stockton High Street c1955.

  1. Hi I was looking for information on my mother’s family, my mother was Hannah Jobson, her parents were Hannah and Robert Jobson. My mother had several brothers and sisters, Frankie, Kit, Robert, Jimmy, Violet, Joan, Mary, Pauline, Sarah Ann (Nan). There are a couple of others but I can’t remember their names. I was recently told that one of my mother’s brothers were killed in action in the second world war.

    Would love to hear from you, Andrea Graham nee Shepherd. My mother married Ken Shepherd.


  2. My great aunt, Hannah Lyons Casey, married Robert Jobson at the Parish church in 1908, would love to hear from any of Hannah & Roberts decendents. When I was a 15 year old lad I started work as an apprentice moulder at Head Wrightsons Eaglecliffe 1963. I was making little key segments with Colin Castle (Cass), he lived on Albany Estate. After our moulding bed was all the gangs making the big segments, some men rammed the tops, others the drags, then they were passed onto the moulders to finnish off. In the first gang close to me worked a man called Jobson who told my mate Cass that he thought we were related, I now believe this could have been one of Hannah & Roberts family. It was a long time ago I know but does any one recall this man? I do remember he was a very powerfully built man. A long shot I know but nothing ventured nothing gained as my late dad used to say.


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