5 March 1880: Bill of sale by Thomas Jenkinson, Thorpe Hesley, near Rotherham, farmer and nailmaker, in favour of Barnett Cohen
September 1921: advertisement: J. T. Jenkinson, The House Furnisher, 60 Derbyshire Lane. Established 1872. Good Second-hand Furniture is better than cheap new. Young people who are commencing housekeeping will do well to bear this in mind and pay a visit to the above establishment, where they will be surprised and pleased with the large and varied stock of new and second-hand furniture of every description usable in a house. Contained in show rooms covering over four thousand feet. J. T. Jenkinson will supply goods on such easy terms as will defy all competition. You may purchase furniture on an improved easy system of repayment, and make your money go further by 40 per cent. This is an item not to be lost sight of in these times. Due leniency towards customers in case of sickness or non-employment. Houses completely furnished on payment of first instalment and satisfactory reference. Sofas, couches, suites, &c., re-upholstered by competent workmen, at reasonable prices. Estimates given. Furniture bought in large or small quantities for prompt cash.
November 1960: Parish Notes: Tennis Club: The Finals Day Social was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all. We were lucky to have Mrs Constant to present the prizes to the following winners: Ladies’ Singles: Miss G. Winterbottom. Men’s Singles: Mr G. Twisleton. Mixed Doubles: Miss S. Jenkinson, Mr G. Twisleton. Girls’ Singles: Miss M. Cooke. Boys’ Singles: Mr K. Robertshaw. It is with regret that we announce the resignation of our chairman, Mr Wrench, after many years of loyal service … As a mark of appreciation an engraved silver dish was presented to him and Mrs Wrench at the Finals Day Social