Peggy Doman

Peggy Doman
Peggy Doman

Story: Philip Ireson

Peggy Doman came to the UK in 1956 and has lived here for fifty-eight years. For most of that time she has lived in Pitsmoor. From 1968 Peggy has been a member of Christ Church and just two years ago she was confirmed by the Bishop of Doncaster.

Peggy, who lives alone, is very independent and full of life but her remarkable mother, Violet Moss-Brown, will be 114 in March.

Her eldest child is in his nineties and her oldest grandchild is over seventy. Last August, Peggy hosted a large birthday party at SADACCA in honour of her mother and this year she is hoping to fly to Jamaica to celebrate the birthday.

Logged in users of the website can add comments to this page.
Login to this site if you'd like to add a comment. Sign-up for an account if you are not currently a member.

<< | Up | >>

Print version

The content on this page was added to the website by Graham Jones on 2014-01-31 16:51:12.
The content of the page was last modified by Graham Jones on 2014-01-31 16:57:48.

Follow us on Twitter @TheBMessenger

All content is copyright © Burngreave Messenger Ltd. or its voluntary contributors, unless otherwise stated, not to be reproduced without permission. If you have any comments, or are interested in contributing to the Messenger and getting involved, please contact us.

Burngreave Messenger Ltd. Abbeyfield Park House, Abbeyfield Road, Sheffield S4 7AT.
Telephone: 0114 242 0564. Email:
Company Limited by Guarantee: 04642734
Registered Charity: 1130836

The Burngreave Messenger is a community newspaper with editorial independence, funded by the Big Lottery, Foyle Foundation, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, the Garfield Weston Foundation, the Scurrah Wainwright Charity, local residents and our advertisers.

Help the Messenger with a donation