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If someone were to ask me which professional player had the best Two-Handed Backhand of all time, the first player to come to mind would be Andre Agassi.
In fact, many professional players with great backhands have emulated their backhand after Agassi.
Submitted by: Andy Thain Address: HG4 5AG Email: Andyand Heatha@Wagstaffe I am trying to find both my greatgrandfathers Edwin Wagstaffe married Mary Radcliff they lived in 1 Albert Terrace, Doncaster in 1916. Also George Prince lived at 5 Kimberley St, llkley, Wharfedale in 1919 and was married to Edith Brown not sure what date. My nan was the late Florence Mary Wagstaffe nee Prince.
Submitted by: Tracey Sutton Address: 247 West Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 3HU e-mail: sutton193@Wagstaff I am seeking information regarding George Henry Wagstaff of Mexborough. Their children included Frederick, Harry, Harold, Martha May (Dolly), John James and Authur.
Please email me so that we may continue this quest.
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I’d be delighted to receive any information about the family. the crossroads of North Street and Station Road, a stone's throw from the site of my first home, where -- in the pre-Chalons Way Era -- stood the Erewash Hotel, Starr and Brookes carpet shop, Wright's the gent's barber, and Wards the butchers who supplied the Tuesday tea of shop-made faggots for most in the neighbourhood. Little Dustpan, which I walked up and down on my way to and from Chaucer Infants' school, and then the Junior school, to hear the wise words of Ma Gormley and Mr Bateman, Polly Virgo and Jack Syson. the sardine tin that was Doug's Coffee Bar standing in the corner of the Market Place, next to the Church Institute where my mates and I would meet to listen to Eddie Cochran and Buddy Holly, Beatles and Kinks, Yardbirds and Fleetwood Mac (Mark 1), Dylan and Byrds, after a hard day's graft at the Grammar School (Mark 3) listening in a different way to Gibbo and Kenny Bettle, Ma Selby and Mr Shaw, Derek Akers and Dilys Gough, Max Payne et al. the old Buffalo Head pub in Durham City where I spent my first of several visits preparing for a next-day admissions interview (successful) at the University up the road. the Student Refectory at Nottingham University where the food prices were too high and the queues too long so that between lectures the pinball machine was cheaper and more attractive than eating. and despite it all, my formal education did provide me with some academic success to allow me many years of dishing it out to others.Wadby/Waudby I am looking for a Robert Wadby or Waudby born in 1801 and married Sarah Tate in 1826. His son Thomas, born in 1829, married Susannah Schofield in 1854.Submitted by: Tina Wagener email: tina@za Wager I am trying to find out more about the Wager family from Hunslet.
John Wager, my great, great, great grandfather, married Sarah, born about 1810 in Hunslet.He lived in Horbury and had a son called William Submitted by: Rebecca Fenney(nee Barnett) Email: becci_fenney@uk Wade I am looking for information on Frank Wade, born in Yorkshire in 1872, married to Mary and had a daughter called Alice. Submitted by: Rachel Agourakis email: rachel@uk Wagener Could anyone help me with any information about my grandparents who lived in Keighly from about 1900-1940.