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From: "John Farrall" <>
Subject: [CHS] Smethwicks Safest Milk
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2002 13:24:59 -0500
This is a historical question. I am researching information on a cousin - George FARRALL - who was born in Pennsylvania, USA in 1911, but raised by his family relatives both in Crewe and Oxton. I have a photograph of young George, dated 1925, standing beside a milk wagon. Also in the photograph are seven other staff members with their horse and wagons and all in front of a brick building bearing a road sign reading "SYCAMORE ROAD". The wagon beside young George reads: "Smethwick's Safest Milk" on the front and "Bray & Bailey, Sycamore Road" on the side. Does anyone have a clue where Sycamore Road may be located? Is there any historical information on Smethwick's Safest Milk? I would appreciate any information you might have. Thanks and regards.
Burke, Virginia USA