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    I am looking for any information on Barbara Thwaite whose parents owned Thwaites Dairy circa 1968.
    She is the mother of my older brother's brother, if that makes any sense. I did see an old thread which included a comment from dioraddict asking for information on the dairy as they were relatives of her father, if you could get in touch that would be great. Any help would be appreciated, my brother wants to find his Dad and this seems to be the best way to go


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    I faintly remember the dairy ,I was born in Webster Rd 1968 & can remember going out of my back yard gate to see the cows & horses,I was 5 when we moved
    I checked 1911 Gores directory- Richard Thwaite,cowkeeper 53 Annerley Street
    there was also a John Thwaite's dairy at 356 Edge Lane & 35 Smithdown Rd

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversearching View Post
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    What is that?

    Didn't Thwaites move to Allerton Rd on the Corner of Rose Lane, next to the cinema?
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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo176 View Post
    I faintly remember the dairy ,I was born in Webster Rd 1968 & can remember going out of my back yard gate to see the cows & horses,I was 5 when we moved
    I checked 1911 Gores directory- Richard Thwaite,cowkeeper 53 Annerley Street
    there was also a John Thwaite's dairy at 356 Edge Lane & 35 Smithdown Rd

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    Cows in Webster Rd in 1968? Wow!
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    We had a Thwaites dairy next door to us in Greta Street in the Dingle !, they sold the best Ginger beer I have ever tasted !

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    I used to help deliver the milk on a horse and cart around the Lark Lane area late 40s early 50s, and the man who had the cart was Eddie Thwaite, and the dairy was off Aigburth road opposite the old army barracks. There used to be a lot of small dairies in those days before the big guys started ie CO OP ETC

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