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Dear Amelia, depending on your academic qualifications, or postal code, secondary pupils could be sent to St. Bonaventures or Holyrood. But it wasn't uncommon to see someone from Govanhill being sent to St. Gerrards which I think was near Govan!! Don't forget that Gorbals protestants had to go to Strathbungo Secondary at Craigie Street. At the end of the day, some strange decisions regarding education was made by somebody who didn't understand the geography of Southside Glasgow!



Submitted by: Grant MacI.
Inverness, Scotland
28/02/11
Email: WeeMacI@live.comWeeMacI@live.com




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Re. schools/pupils/distance's etc. Don't forget a lot of Gorbals residents had to make the reverse journey to Holyrood!


Submitted by: E.Bagans
Glasgow, Scotland
28/02/11
Email: Edbhoy@google.comEdbhoy@google.com




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I think Rab Peebles moved to Castlemilk and last I heard he was involved with the Gushet Falls Social club - he was a pal of my cousin John Craig who still lives in Castlemilk. He might know about the Tominys.


Submitted by: Auld Oatlander
East Kilbride, Scotland
27/02/11
Email: beetucks@aol.combeetucks@aol.com




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I'm looking for a very old friend. His name is Richard Sweeney. He lived on Florence Street. His dad was called Dick and worked as a van salesman for Johnstones Bakery. He had a younger brother called John. He went to Camden Street School in the late 50's. The family moved to Carfin Street and I believe he joined the army in the late 60's.





Submitted by: Hugh Farrell
Glasgow, Scotland
27/02/11

Email: chiggles@live.co.ukchiggles@live.co.uk




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In reply to Amelia's enquiry about non Gorbals residents attending the Alice Street Secondary (Bonnies), I can also confirm I attended the said school despite living as far as Mount Florida in the late 60's. There were dozens of pupils from Toryglen, Crosshill, and many many more from the Polmadie side of Govanhill. The road home was via Polmadie Road for many of us. Horrible walk when it was wintertime!!




Submitted by: Kenny
Blantyre, Scotland
27/02/11
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F.A.O. Cathy Gartlan - did you have a brother called John?

Do any of you oldtimers know of a street called South Stirling Street? It might have been off Bedford Street or around that part of the Gorbals. It's name may have been changed before World War 2. Hope you can help.



Submitted by: Anonymous
Glasgow, Scotland
26/02/11
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I worked in Templtons in the late 60's - used to walk past Co-Op bakery. Luved it!! Saw all the boys then across suspension bridge at Glasgow Green. Some walk to get to work, then at dinner time, if you had money, we go to cafe back across bridge all for half an hour. We had some laughs at that factory as there was an old model facing it and we cold see all the old cogers out the window. Luv Anne.


Submitted by: Anne Brannan
St. Catherines', Canada
26/02/11
Email: anneb44@hotmail.comanneb44@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Christina Philbin - The Hair Work was called the coffin work for the simple reason that the building was shaped like a coffin. Anyone of a certain age will remember that it was indeed coffin like in appearance. It was directly across from St Luke's School. Going off at a tangent, Gresy Peter's chip shop was mentioned in an earlier letter. I remember my big brother John telling me, probably tongue in cheek, that it was broken into in the 50s and because they couldn't find any money, burglars put the shop cat in the deep fat fryer. I think John was pulling my leg, but could anyone out there either confirm or refute the story. Cheers Wee Pammy.


Submitted by: Frank Young
Glasgow, Scotland
26/02/11
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Just really confused about my dad's family. Don't have much info on them. His name is Patrick Padden - he is the youngest of 2 siblings Noreen (Glasgow) and Anniemay who passed on a few years ago. Have a great aunt Polly living in New York. My dad's father was called Anthoney (Sonny) Padden and my dad's mum (my granny) was Sarah Murray. Would really appreciate if anyone out there can fill me in on a bit of my family history.



Submitted by: Shauna Padden
Belmullet, Mayo
26/02/11
Email: shaunapadden@gmail.comshaunapadden@gmail.com




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F.A.O. John Mulligan re. Hairworks - my mammy and her sisters worked there. I was talking to my aunty recently and asked her about it, aunty said the Hairworks made seat cushions for trains, buses etc. There was an area in the factory which did not get used (you could say wasted space) as bits and pieces were just thrown around and left. A Mr McDonald rented that space which then made the Hairworks 2 in 1 so to speak. The main part of the factory made the chair seats etc. while Mr McDonalds area made sheepskin rugs, the wool pieces for inside pilots leather helmets and jackets. The skin /pelts were sent off to another or other place/s to be made up and then finished off with the leather. Mr McDonald was my mammy's boss. She was a fur trimmer, trimming fur and repairing fur coats that folk would send/hand in for repair. My aunty said apart from horse hair and sheepskin, other animal hair/fur was used. Changed days right enough eh.

F.A.O. Ann Davies (Kerr) - Hi Ann, have you changed your e-mail address? Re. Coronation Nicholson Street - my sister was Queen for the day. She sat on her throne (ha ha ha) and was lifted up in the air and carried along Nicholson Street. I was so wee all I could see was legs and the women either had bare legs or nylons rolled down to their ankles. When I looked up some had a cigarette in their mouth, a headsquare on or pipe cleaners in their hair. I had to be lifted up to see my sister being carried along the road. I have a couple of wee photo's - one is of my sister and other wee lassies including a couple of my cousins at each side of her dressed in their lovely wee striped dresses. There is a wee laddie to the side of them, and behind them my uncle John Hogan and others from the crowd. Some faces I recognise but can't remember their names - typical. The other wee photo is of my sister lifted above the crowd. Amb.


Submitted by: Amb
Cumbria, Lake District
25/02/11
Email: agbmu@yahoo.co.ukagbmu@yahoo.co.uk




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F.A.O. Amelia - Pupils who attended St. Bonaventures Secondary from outside Gorbals or Oatlands usually resided in the eastern side of Cathcart Road, Govanhill, Myrtle Park, & Toryglen. Many previous anecdotes from years gone by, have confirmed this. I attended St. Bonaventures Secondary (Oatlands) from 1964-67 and I lived in Carfin Street, Govanhill. There were also pupils from nearby Polmadie. Not everyone was clever enough to attend Holyrood Secondary in those draconian days!!


Submitted by: Bobby Bonnar
Glasgow, Scotland
25/02/11
Email: Sunshine67@yahoo.co.ukSunshine67@yahoo.co.uk




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F.A.O. Amelia - indeed the pupils aged 12-15 or 16 trekked down the old Polmadie Road to St. Bonaventures SECONDARY from Govanhill and Toryglen. This was where they were sent if one failed their Holyrood entrance exams!! A practice which continued up to 1971 when the Alice Street SECONDARY was rebuilt. Does anyone out there want to confirm this?



Submitted by: James Devlin
Glasgow, Scotland
25/02/11
Email: jimbob@btinternet.comjimbob@btinternet.com




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I was staying with my granny at 113 Rutherglen Road in the early 40's near Lizzy Quins fruit shop. Does anyone know anything about Granny Clark? The corner of Crown Street and Rutherglen Road just round the corner from Luckys store next to the ice cream shop? The name Susan Glass comes to mind.




Submitted by: Henry Ballansley Clark
Tamsworth, England
25/02/11
Email: ballansley1@yahoo.co.ukballansley1@yahoo.co.uk




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Hi there Christina. I am very pleased to hear from you. Sorry about the delay. Don't visit the site that often these days. I met up with Amelia a few weeks ago and had a lovely gab over a coffee. I think Amelia far out does me when it comes to memory and details about Gorbals. She has a fantastic handle on all the culture that we were brought up with. She very kindly gave me a lovely wee matinee jacket and wee bootees for my gorgeous new grand daughter Rita. Still can't believe I have a wean called after me - they don't do that these days!! It would be fantastic if we could meet up some time. I am sure we would get on like a house on fire. Take good care of yourself. Rita.



Submitted by: Rita Moffat
Glasgow, Scotland
24/02/11
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Did you live in the damp houses in Crown Street? If so, there's a Facebook page dedicated to them. Check out The Dampies.




Submitted by: Rose Doyle
Donegal, Ireland
24/02/11
Email: rosedoyle1@hotmail.comrosedoyle1@hotmail.com




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Does anyone remember (in late 50's) Theresa Cryans? Lived near the top of Sandyfaulds Street. Also Maisie Woods who emigrated to South Africa with her son, who would be around 65 now?



Submitted by: Anne Smith
Glasgow, Scotland
23/02/11
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There was a store in Ballater Street near Waddell Street which had wires suspended from the ceiling. Shop assistantants would put money in the pods, pull the wire and it would shoot across to the cash office. Was that store called McPhersons or have I got that wrong?



Submitted by: Derek Hunter
London, England
23/02/11
Email: derek.hunter@talktalk.netderek.hunter@talktalk.net




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Hi Derek - the only distillery I remember around that area was the Strathclyde Distillery in Ballater Street which I was told belonged to Seagers Jin Co. It was about 1943/4 when I worked there on maintenance.


Submitted by: Robert McCurley
Guernsey, Channel Islands
22/02/11
Email: weejimmy81@hotmail.comweejimmy81@hotmail.com




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Born and bread in Salisbury Street 1934 to 1955. Went to 3 St. Johns and Our Lady's and St Margaret's. Enjoyed reading all your anecdotes - would love to hear from any old yins still aboot.


Submitted by: Rab Curley
Benidorm, Spain
22/02/11
Email: panpstevens@hotmail.companpstevens@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Christine Philbin - Hi Christine, good to see you back on the forum. Hope you have been keeping well. My aunties all worked there and I was told it was called the "coffin" because it was shaped like one - maybe someone else could put a light on this.

F.A.O. Phil of Perth - Did Rab Peebles have a brother called John? Would be 70+. If so, he stayed up 438 Moffat Street. Wife's name was Margaret and I think they had a boy and girl. The Tomineys stayed up 438. I think it was either top flat or the 2nd flat and if it the same ones I think he married a girl who went to school with me. Mary Torrance I think her name was and I think she came from around Cavendish Street. Not sure. They stayed up my auntie Maryanns close. McAlliney was my aunt's name but all the family are dead. Alice, Robert, my aunt and uncle Frank. Hope this helps you Phil.

F.A.O. Edwin Litherland - Ontario Canada. Hi there. I was reading through the Gorbals posting and noticed your letter. Abbotsford School is standing only it is now being used as offices but they haven't touched the building - maybe on the inside. I think it had it's centenery on 1970+ don't know the exact year but could find out for you. The school stretched from Cavendish Street to Devon Street - no houses on that bit, so I was thinking could your ancestors have been the janitors of the school as the "Jannies" always had a house inside the school grounds. What age is your ancestors as my friend went to Abbotsford school and she is coming up for 76? Hope this helps you. Amelia


Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay nee Welsh
Glasgow, Scotland
21/02/11
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.comameliamckinlay@msn.com




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Re. John Mulligan 31/10/10 (Hair work). My late mother-in-law Jessie Philbin worked in the Hair Work for many years. She was a spinner. I think it was quite dirty work then I believe the hair had to be washed to be used for stuffing mattesses, chairs and settees. My aunt who worked there for a while told me she used to shout up on Jessie every morning and they walked along the road together most days. They run along as they were always late. She told me Jessie was a great spinner. Her husband James worked there too but I don't know what he did. I don't know why it was nick-named the "coffin" works. Names I remember her mention - her boss was called Tommy and her friend was Lizzie Wilson.

Submitted by: Christina Philbin
London, England
21/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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Submitted by: Terri
Glasgow, Scotland
21/02/11
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Hi - does anyone remember me? I went to Holycross primary school in Govanhill from 1964 till 1974 then to St. Bonaventure secondary school till 1974 then worked in Galbraith's in Albert Drive till 1979. I lived at 113 Inglefield Street in Govanhill (bottom flat).




Submitted by: Cathy Griffin nee Gartlan
Meath, Ireland
21/02/11
Email: tinaxgriffin@hotmail.comtinaxgriffin@hotmail.com




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Hi, Betty Mullan here. My dad opened Omax Stores located at 329 Crown Street. We sold new and second hand books and Yankee comics which were the big thing back in 1949. His name was Barney. We had what was called check machines in those days, no gambling licence required. Anyone remembers myself or sister Margaret or my darling dad? Would love to hear from you.



Submitted by: Anonymous
Cumbernauld, Scotland
21/02/11
Email: smartgem71@btinternet.comsmartgem71@btinternet.com




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Does anyone remember us before we got sent to Priesthill?


Submitted by: PJ Cawley
Glasgow, Scotland
20/02/11
Email: elizabeth_leggett@sky.comelizabeth_leggett@sky.com




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Re. the Traynors - my uncle was Tommy and Edward. He still lives in the sooside next to my dad. Don't know if I'm still in contact with John Mooney.



Submitted by: Eddy Friel
Glasgow, Scotland
19/02/11
Email: eddyfriel@hotmail.comeddyfriel@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Irving Goldstein - it would appear that your memory is quite good. Yes I was "pals" with Bobby Watt, as you say chubby and blonde, we lost touch after leaving school. Still remember Forbes Knight, another good footballer, Brian Kerr is in one picture, what a runner. Still wonder where everyone is and who is alive. I did hear some time back that Alan Semple died quite young. Bogey was quite the school with wee Percy and the Latin teacher I can't remember, sorry. Neil Dunsmore is on both "Friends" and Facebook web sites, another lucky one who has retired. Keep in touch.



Submitted by: Irvine Russell
Ontario, Canada
18/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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F.A.O. James Devlin - Hi James, cannot understand how the children from Govanhill trekked out to "Bonnies" because they had Holy Cross and Govanhill school there plus they had the Catholic school up in Craigie Street. Was that long ago? Amelia.



Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow, Scotland
18/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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In reply to Willie Long, I didn't mean St Bonaventure's primary I meant the Secondary. I have a suspicion this was, if not common practice, at least not unknown. Football held a great deal of prestige in those days, indeed right up to I went to Holyrood in the 1960s. P.S. I played football, not very well, with Willie Long for St. Luke's boys guild. Cheers.




Submitted by: Anonymous
Glasgow, Scotland
18/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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I was born in 217 Thistle Street many years ago and still live in the Gorbals and would like to hear from anyone who might know me. Thanks.



Submitted by: James Dundas
Glasgow, Scotland
18/02/11
Email: jamesdundas51@googlemail.comjamesdundas51@googlemail.com




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Hi Pat - no I lived on 180 Mathieson Street - the old Wills Wiff factory was on the corner of it and Rutherglen Road. Cheers, Anne.



Submitted by: Anne Brannan
St. Catherines', Canada
17/02/11
Email: anneb44@hotmail.comanneb44@hotmail.com




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Seeking old school friends from Hospital Street during late 60's. My name is James Bone.




Submitted by: Big Jim
Glasgow, Scotland
17/02/11
Email: JimBone@btinternet.comJimBone@btinternet.com




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F.A.O. Auld Oatlander - Read through the random memories of Moffat Street and noticed that Rab Peebles was mentioned. I am related to him. Can you tell me anything about that family and the Tominey's who lived up 438? Doing the family tree and would appreciate any information that you had. Tried to e-mail you but it bounced back. Many Thanks, Phil.


Submitted by: Phil
Perth, Scotland
17/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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In response to Patrick Gillogly about the Omax Stores in Crown Street, my mum's uncle owned that shop. I've sent you an e-mail direct - hope you get it okay. Best wishes.

Submitted by: Josey
Glasgow, Scotland
17/02/11
Email: joglasgow@hotmail.comjoglasgow@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Andy Blount (Snr) - Hi Andy. With regard to Frank McLintock and Bonnies to Holyrood, I left Wee Bonnies 1960/1 and because I didn't pass the qualifying exam I was sent to Big Bonnies. I was in class 11b and topped the class so I was moved up to 12a where I topped the class again. The headmaster said this had never happened before and my ma asked to get me transferred to Holyrood and I was. I think this was a one-off (and I certainly don't want this to sound big headed, it's just what happened to me). I had good times in Big Bonnies and Holyrood and hope all my classmates in both schools (and teachers)had as good a life as I had. Wee Danny.

Submitted by: Danny Gill
London, England
17/02/11
Email: gilldanny1@gmail.comgilldanny1@gmail.com




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My mother was born in 1928 and her birth certificate shows that she was born in South York Street. I checked with her and it definitely changed its name to Moffat Street.




Submitted by: May
Sydney, Australia
17/02/11
Email: riesmar@optusnet.com.auriesmar@optusnet.com.au




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F.A.O. Anne Brannen - you didn't live in Sandyfaulds Street by any chance? Pat.



Submitted by: Pat Holland
London, England
17/02/11
Email: patlyonsholland@hotmail.co.ukpatlyonsholland@hotmail.co.uk




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F.A.O. Anne - I lived on Rutherglen Road until I was 10 and I remember greasy Peters well. My granny called him filthy Peter because he used to wear that dirty old bunnet.Luv Emily.




Submitted by: Emily Biros (Eaglesham)
California, USA
16/02/11
Email: glasgowlassie@hotmail.comglasgowlassie@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Hugh McGhie - you asked about Gorbals boundary. Check Glasgow Story web site valuation roll maps for ward 19 this gives the running up Eglinton Street to the toll. Sorry so long replying but haven't looked at site for a few weeks.



Submitted by: Gerry O'Connor
East Kilbride, Scotland
16/02/11
Email: plater213@gmialplater213@gmial




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F.A.O. Cathie Meek - Hi Cathie. I got your email and would love to meet up with you. The only thing is at the moment I cannot make a definate day as I am looking after grandchildren and I am also waiting on word of an MRI scan so I don't want to make any promises that I cannot keep. Hope you and the family are well and hope Hughie is well too. Tell him Jerry and I were asking about him.



Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay nee Welsh
Glasgow, Scotland
16/02/11
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.comameliamckinlay@msn.com




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F.A.O. Big Jim - Sorry I don`t remember a Jim Bone but I do remember Frank Kenny, bottom flat. In fact, I don`t think Jim Bone is your real name, were you linked in with the Shannon's at one time? Also your email address is dead. Give us a clue who are you really.



Submitted by: John
Airdrie, Scotland
16/02/11
Email: w129bty@yahoo.co.ukw129bty@yahoo.co.uk




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Re. recent postings of new look new Gorbals. Was visiting my mother who still lives there, and it's great to see such fine housing and so few Irish pubs. Long, long overdue.


Submitted by: Kez
East Kilbride, Scotland
15/02/11
Email: Jkestrel@yahoo.co.ukJkestrel@yahoo.co.uk




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My antie Sarah McGee lived in Egliton Lane and worked in Eglington Bar for years. In later years, she moved to Jamieson Street but sadly passed away few years ago. Was wondering if anybody remembered her?

Submitted by: Susan
Blantyre, Scotland
15/02/11
Email: motherkane@hotmail.co.ukmotherkane@hotmail.co.uk




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To the person sending me emails called "MESSY" - I advise you to stop now. This is a good site - not for idiots to contact innocent people!!


Submitted by: Patricia Carmichael
Brisbane, Australia
15/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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I found this by mistake and I found it really interesting. I was born in the Gorbals in 1951 and still live there and would like to hear from anyone who knows me. Thanks.



Submitted by: James Dundas
Glasgow, Scotland
15/02/11
Email: jamesdundas51@googlemail.comjamesdundas51@googlemail.com




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Hi, would love to hear from anyone related or who knew my mum May Slowey or her family. My mum passed away recently and planning to have a reunion on what would have been her 70th so if u remember or are family to May, Bunny, Elsie, Paddy or others, would love to hear from you, even if it's just a story. Thanks.







Submitted by: Debbie (Slowey) Carroll
Glasgow, Scotland
15/02/11
Email: dcsm@hotmail.co.ukdcsm@hotmail.co.uk




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I remember the dead Clydesdale horse in Wolseley Street and playing fitba on the steamie waste ground. I left Wolsely Street school in 1948. I lived at 105 Wolseley Street.






Submitted by: Gerald Craig (was Cohen)
Middlesex, England
15/02/11
Email: zaida123@googlemail.comzaida123@googlemail.com




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Hi, I am looking to see if anyone remembers my father's family. They stayed in Lamoor Street (not sure of spelling). My dad was called James - he had 3 brothers George, Eddie and Tommy and 3 sisters Mary, Betty and Margaret and my gran was called Mary and my granda was called Paddy...





Submitted by: Lorraine Hamilton (nee Traynor)
Glasgow, Scotland
14/02/11
Email: hamilton297@btinternet.comhamilton297@btinternet.com




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Intrigued to read recent anecdotes of Gorbals disappearing and long gone schools. Children/pupils now making the trek to Holyrood in Crosshill, or The Academy in Shawlands. Yet during the 60's, dozens upon dozens of pupils travelled into Oatlands (St. Bonaventures) from Govanhill and Toryglen. Not a short walk if it was raining or snowing. Talk about a reverse trend!! I also knew of some strong minded pupils who'd cut across the busy rail-lines behind the then new Lawmoor Industrial Estate to reach the tenements at Aitkenhead Road! I'm sure someone was hit by a train in the late 60's. The Southside has sure changed in 45-years!





Submitted by: James Devlin
Glasgow, Scotland
14/02/11
Email: JimDev@msn.comJimDev@msn.com




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I would like to give you a bit of information about anyone whose dad, granda etc. was killed in the 2 world wars. If you Google or search Commonwealth War Graves Comminssion C.W.G.C. you can get information on your kin. I got his details from them - just follow the instructions. I got a photo of my grandads grave. He was killed in World War 1. My cousins William, Alec and Edward Currie went over to see where he had been buried. Thought maybe someone would be interested. Amelia.





Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay nee Welsh
Glasgow, Scotland
14/02/11
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.comameliamckinlay@msn.com




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Does anyone remember dirty Maggies and greasy Peters on Rutherglen Road? Comic shop and chippy - my da took us every Friday night. Luv Anne.





Submitted by: Anne Brannan
St. Catherines', Canada
14/02/11
Email: anneb44@hotmail.comanneb44@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Irving Russell - Yes it's good to hear from an old friend. I cannot find the photo on Friends Reunited despite joining up - I will keep trying. Did you remember Forbes Knight and little Craigie? Another good footballer, we used to go to Haggs Road for training. Did you have a friend with blond hair who was a bit chubby? I can see the faces still but forget names. Our teacher was very strict he taught us Latin and English. He was old and I can't remember his name.Have you stayed in Canada a long time? Regards Irving.




Submitted by: Irving Goldstein
Glasgow, Scotland
14/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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Hello, I am trying to find out a little bit about my grandparents. My Papa Neil Macfadyen, as far as I am aware, grew up in the Gorbals and was possibly an elder at a church there? He married my gran whose maiden name was Gilzean, possibly her first name was Jean - I think she grew up in the Gorbals too. They moved to East Kilbride and had two sons Jim (James) Macfadyen (my dad) and Alan Macfadyen. I think Neil must have been born around 1920 as he was about 19 when he was at Dunkirk. Sadly my dad's mum died when he was young so I never met her. I would really like to know if anyone can remember them. Thanks Lauren.



Submitted by: Lauren Gilzean Macfadyen
East Kilbride, Scotland
13/02/11
Email: Laurenmacfadayen@gmail.comLaurenmacfadayen@gmail.com




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Hi Rita, just finished reading a book my sister gave me at Christmas - her Mother-in-law is mentioned in it - Jessie Findlay, political activist. It says then a few pages on Rita Moffat. Gorbalite is mentioned a couple of times. Have you read the book? I am always amazed by you and Amelia's memory but have just read a posting from Auld Oatlander. I remember lots of the shops he mentions especially Hamilton's Dairies as my uncle worked for them and had to take the horses for a run on a Sunday. He used to take my cousin and I with him. He went as far as Rutherglen and back - we loved it and would shout, "Faster, faster!!" These days we would be shouting, "slower, slower!!" Hope you are well.


Submitted by: Christina Philbin
London, England
13/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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F.A.O. Derek Hunter - Check your emails. I have sent a couple of photos that might help. I will check my files for more. Bye for now, Norrie.

Submitted by: Norman McNamee
Glasgow, Scotland
12/02/11
Email: norman_mcnamee@hotmail.comnorman_mcnamee@hotmail.com




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Hi Amelia - don't know if you got my emails. I had to get my computer repaired so hope to hear from you soon. Take care, Cathie.


Submitted by: C.Meek
Glasgow, Scotland
11/02/11
Email: c.meek1@ntlworld.comc.meek1@ntlworld.com




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Can Auld Oatlander let me know what Cryans lived at 410 MOFFAT STREET? Would it have been Paddy or Thomas?

Submitted by: Patrick Cryans
Rayleigh, England
11/02/11
Email: patrickfrancis@talktalk.netpatrickfrancis@talktalk.net




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Anyone remember Omax stores in Crown Street between Caledonia Road & and Cumberland Street?


Submitted by: Patrick Gallogly
Peterborough, England
10/02/11
Email: patrickgallogly@myguide.netpatrickgallogly@myguide.net




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In reply to the Frank McLintock anecdotes, Mr. Long is correct. I also went to Bonnies Primary, passed my qualification test and attended Holyrood Secondary, at the same time as Frank McLintock. This was common in the RC apartheid system of Secondary education. Further to the original reply, I know of no pupils from Bonnies Secondary who made the grade in top senior football. On saying that, Bonnies Secondary (in Alice Street), had several good football teams.

Submitted by: Andy Blount (Snr)
Glasgow, Scotland
10/02/11
Email: DenLibr@google.co.ukDenLibr@google.co.uk




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F.A.O. Phil of Perth and Cathie of Blackpool - Yes Moffat Street was once called South York Street but I think it was before I was born - 1935 or maybe round about that time. My Auntie Maryann and Uncle Frank stayed there when they got married. They would be around 100+ if they were living, but I only vaguely remember hearing the name in conversation when I was older. There was a few streets that changed names. Cathie from Blackpool was asking about Warwick Street and why it had been changed to Nicholson Street. When people asked where I came from, I told them Salisbury. They didn't know it and that was some people from the Gorbals and I used to tell them it was the continuation of Warwick Street and they would turn their nose up when I mentioned this. The only thing I can think of people turning there nose up when it was mentioned not because the people were bad that lived in it as I knew a lot of good people from there who I went to school with. The houses were all big houses with gardens but when the war was on they came and cut the railings of for ammunitions so people didn't bother with the gardens after that And down near the police box before you got to Bedford Street. The greedy landlords made the big houses into sub-lets just as they are doing today so there were lots of families living in rooms. Also the buildings seemed higher than our buildings in Salisbury Street plus the outside of the buildings were full of grime and soot so that didn't help it. I don't know if anyone knows the right answer because nearly all the "Auld yins" are kicking up the daisies. Did you see how I never called myself an "old yin" - you're only as old as you feel I feel about 100 just now HA!HA! Amelia.


Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay nee Welsh
Glasgow, Scotland
09/02/11
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.comameliamckinlay@msn.com




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Looking for Sadie Quigley, lived in Florence Street, went to Canada early 60s? Her people were from Co. Louth, her best friend was Marie Smith, Hospital Street.

Submitted by: Linda
Ireland
09/02/11
Email: lindakarunaratne@hotmail.com lindakarunaratne@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Irving Goldstein - I do believe we attended Cuthbertson Street for "Bogey" prep. together with Alan Sanger, Fazal Buksh (lawyer) Jazwant Singh (doctor) Satwant and John Smith who I was friends with from Buchan Street Primary. Check out "Friends Reunited" web site, '66 you may see some pictures and really happy faces. Quite surprised to find out that you supported Thirds as well - still got my silk style scarf that I bought with my first apprenticeship wages, then they folded, got a few pints on when they went under from other Scots here in Canada as well as Glasgow. Anyway got to go clear some snow, it's only -23C with the wind chill, keeps the blood going. Great site, lots of names I don't know but they know people I know.

Submitted by: Irvine Russell
Ontario, Canada
09/02/11
Email: irv73@rogers.comirv73@rogers.com




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Hello, I was wondering if you could help me please.

I am sending this email from St. Thomas Ontario Canada. My grandmother always told me the story of her growing up in Glasgow, living in a house at 129 Abbotsford Place Gorbals, I have tried to research this information to the best of my knowledge and ability and it keeps coming up as Former Abbotsford Primary School built in 1879. She passed a few years ago at the age of 97 and I always promised her I would visit the home she grew up in. I am putting together a trip now to Visit there in June 2011 and was wondering if you could help me to sort this out or maybe know of some way I could research records to find out if it is this location or somewhere else.

I thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.





Edwin Litherland
Ontario, Canada
09/02/11
Email: tedlitherland@rogers.comtedlitherland@rogers.com




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Does anyone remember the McGuires from Kames Street, next to Dixons Blazes? They were a big family, Andy McGuire and I were both message boys in the Co-Op butchers in Cathcart Road in 1952.





Philip Clark Mack
Glasgow, Scotland
09/02/11
Email: philipmack@hotmail.comphilipmack@hotmail.com




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Hi, discovered site and enjoy the emails. I lived in Rutherglen Road across from the Sandy Park. I remember Penguins Newsagents, owned by Deefy McGregor who had his alsation in the shop constantly barking. I used to play with Glen Daly's son Terry. They lived in Toryglen Street and I used to listen to him rehearsing the Celtic song in the living room.




Brian Donnelly
Glasgow, Scotland
08/02/11
Email: bfdonnelly@hotmail.co.ukbfdonnelly@hotmail.co.uk




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Hi. Anyone remember an Elizabeth Mercer who was married to Charlie Malonie?



Submitted by: Patrick Cryans
London, England
08/02/11
Email: patrickfrancis@talktalk.netpatrickfrancis@talktalk.net




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F.A.O. Anonymous - Re. Frank McClintock attending Holyrood from St. Bonaventures. Could he not have meant St. Bonaventures Primary, passing his qualy and then going to Holyrood? I attended St. Bonaventures Primary, passed my qualy and went to Holyrood. That's what happened in those days. I don't think footballing ability would have got him into Holyrood."HOC Vince"


Submitted by: William Long
Glasgow, Scotland
08/02/11
Email: williamlong159@btinternet.comwilliamlong159@btinternet.com




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Hi Everyone. I posted a note on 24th January asking if anyone had a photo of the Long John Distillery showing Waddell Street, Ballater Street corner. I was born there and am trying to find a picture of the building. I am enquiring again in the hope that someone coming on to the site may be able to help. Are you out there?




Submitted by: Derek Hunter
London, England
08/02/11
Email: derek.hunter@talktalk.netderek.hunter@talktalk.net




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Further to what Mick Gallagher said, you know you're getting old when you can remember opening a packet of biscuits WITHOUT using a serrated edged knife. Another thing, is the pace of technological change absolutely baffling. I had just mastered the video when it became obsolete, now I hear that DVDs may be going the same way. Even this medium we are using, the Internet, I find difficult to fathom. That doesn't mean it's bad, just baffling. There, now I've got that off my chest, I feel much better. It's time for my afternoon nap.



Submitted by: Pammy Young
Glasgow, Scotland
07/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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F.A.O. Cathy - re. change of name to Nicholson Street: I was told that too years ago, Warrick Street was said to be notorious hence change of name. Amb.




Submitted by: Amb
Lake District, England
07/02/11
Email: agbmu@yahoo.co.ukagbmu@yahoo.co.uk




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My mother Vera Holland was married to my dad John McDonald in St. Lukes Old Chapel in August 1965. They will be married 46 yrs this year. Does anyone remember her?



Submitted by: John McDonald
Glasgow, Scotland
07/02/11
Email: johnmcdonald@hotmail.co.ukjohnmcdonald@hotmail.co.uk




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Quoted: "some random memories of moffat street and some of its occupants around 1948- next to church no 469 fyffes wood yard 458 rab peebles the printers 450 three story tenement braidwoods and craigs lived here 438 mcdonalds lived here 428 craigs mcmanus and fallons lived here 420 beatons lived here 418 betties dairy 410 the cronins the mclaughlins and the cryans lived here 402 mick kelly's sweetie shop- i think mick kelly had the only phone in the street used regularly by big martin devine the bookie 400 a dead end pend housing a stable with 8 horses,a joiners yard and a wrights. next another dead end pend called the pudding pend because the factory at the back made black pudding. next 290 a sweetie shop then 3 or four closes then another pend mckays bakery also no. 272 mckays retail bakers specialising in cakes and scotch pies-1 dozen cakes on a saturday - 2/6d( a half crown ) then a cycle shop which sold a brand new hercules sports bike for 3-17-6d and a raleigh( called the all steel bike) for 5-0-0 another sweetie shop, then at the corner of rutherglen road- the moffat arms pub -we had 2 moffat arms in moffat street the other one was at the corner of oregon street on the other side of the street at caledonia road 1 the vantas shop 2 lazarus dubbins rag store 3 motor and bike garage - later taken over by john hughes funeral undertakers next a tiled close the mcaleets,mcdonalds and duffys lived here then the other moffat arns at oregon streer corner. next harrigans dairy - the wrights live above. then martin devine the bookies,another sweetie shop then balsillies fruit shop orchard arms pub then the newsagent that did the streets mangling. then a cobblers next the reception house-a big house for infectious diseases. then on to hamiltons garage round the corner of rutherglen road they also owned the dairy in rutherglen road called the coo feeders because they had a few cows behind the garage on a small grass patch which supplied us with fresh milk-still hot. on other side of street no 338 start of pend -cochranes grocers then filly dalton' s fruit shop then the red building with 2 tiled closes. other side of pend no 348 butchers at pend galbraith's garage robertson's stables big house in centre of pend also had a barbers with garage attached - taken over by h.every chemicals no 352 dairy 360 reids newsagent 368 wee drapers 372 the scone shop 380 at pend sadie simpson' s dance school (shop) still in pend 2 tenements frank cousins.the carrols and the finnegans lived here t "





Submitted by: Auld Oatlander
Glasgow, Scotland
06/02/11
Email: dinkumloddie@hotmail.comdinkumloddie@hotmail.com




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Hi Emma, I have emailed you some information about Inverkip Street. Bye for now, Norrie.




Submitted by: Norman McNamee
Glasgow, Scotland
06/02/11
Email: norman_mcnamee@hotmail.comnorman_mcnamee@hotmail.com




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Hi Danny - the pub at the corner of Fauldhouse Street and Rutherglen Road was called McNabs.



Submitted by: Robert McCurley
St. Peter Port, Guernsey
06/02/11
Email: weejimmy81@hotmail.comweejimmy81@hotmail.com




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I took a slow walk along Cumberland Street last week and I'm truly amazed at the transformation. I remember what a busy shopping hub Cumberland Street was when I shopped there during the 50's.



Submitted by: Margaret Jennings
Ayr, Scotland
05/02/11
Email: Manne60@hotmail.comManne60@hotmail.com




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I am looking for any information in The Pirret family which stayed in the Gorbals.



Submitted by: John Pirret
Glasgow, Scotland
05/02/11
Email: john.pirret@gmail.comjohn.pirret@gmail.com




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Hi - I just got my dad the book "Up oor Close" and he was so happy. It brought back all his memories from Glasgow in the 40/50s and I could see the happiness in his face. Made an old man very happy - he's 71.



Submitted by: Elizabeth
Glasgow, Scotland
05/02/11
Email: libiggam@hotmail.co.uklibiggam@hotmail.co.uk




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I moved away from Hospital Street mid-sixties. My street chums were Steve Thompson and Francis Kenny. Our neighbour was the Hipsons. Wonder where they are?

Submitted by: Big Jim
Glasgow, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: JimBone@btinternet.comJimBone@btinternet.com




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You know your getting old if you can remember when,if you called the transport company or a Government office and a human being "ACTUALLY" spoke to you and not an infernal machine.




Submitted by: Mick Gallagher
Glasgow, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: dumpingram@hotmail.comdumpingram@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. Tommy Kearney - I lived at 83 Naburn Street. Mum and dad were Tom & Ina Gillies. Did you have a sister called Ellen?



Submitted by: Margaret Cox
Glasgow, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: magsmay44@hotmail.commagsmay44@hotmail.com




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F.A.O. John Mulligan O'Reilly - Sorry John don't know of any relations of mine hailing from that area of the Gorbals. My family all came from in or just around the Commercial Road. My granda was John Mulligan and my granny was Molly Mulligan (nee, Ferguson).



Submitted by: John Mulligan
Glasgow, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: mull712000@yahoo.co.ukmull712000@yahoo.co.uk




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You were told the truth Cathie about Nicholson Street. It was named Warwick Street where I was born 27/2/1947. Changed its name because it had a bad name and if you came from there you did not get a job. Cathie that's the story I was told by the older people . If we did anything wrong my maw Peggy would say, "You would think you came from 82 Warwick Street. On my Birth Certificatek, it has Warwick Street but on my brother's it's Nicholson Street. Two weeks ago, I was at a funeral of the dear wife of Tony Dougan off 226 Nicholson Street. For the first time in 50 years, I met his brother Jim, his sister Bridget and big Rab Dunlop from down the stair. Sad day for Tony and his family. I mean well when I say this it was great to meet my friends from Nicholson Street after all those long years. True Grit.


Submitted by: Alexander I. Alum
Cumbernauld, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: stal1151rsg@yahoo.co.ukstal1151rsg@yahoo.co.uk




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Frank McLintock in his book said he first went to St. Bonaventure's and then transferred to Holyrood. I have a suspicion it was his footballing ability that got him to Holyrood rather than any academic talent. In the 50s and 60s, having a good football team was deemed to be very important for a school's reputation, especially a school like Holyrood which was regarded as a sort of paradigm for the arch diocese of Glasgow. Does anyone out there agree? P.S. Pat Crerand lived up Hooper's Close in Crown Street.

Submitted by: Anonymous
Glasgow, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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So many alternative views on life in the old Gorbals. Let's face it, some had it comfortable, some didn't. It usually depended on the size of a family or what tenements you resided in. I came from a family of 'only' 5 brothers in a 1 bedroom house in Naburn Street. Life was certainly far from rosy!
Submitted by: Joe MacIntyre
Glasgow, Scotland
04/02/11
Email: Jmac33@yahoo.co.ukJmac33@yahoo.co.uk




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F.A.O. Amelia - Can you tell me if Moffat Street was called South York Street and also when was the name changed and why? Was in Glasgow for a funeral at the beginning of the week and couldn't believe the change in Govanhill. What's happening to Calder Street Baths? Does anyone know?


Submitted by: Phil
Perth, Scotland
03/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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F.A.O Anne Davies - Yes we lived up the pen on the ground floor. The Irvine's lived up the next close to us 2 up. Didn't know Rose well as she was older but knew Betty, Dennis and their wee sister Helen. Never heard from them since we all moved. Think your sister Margaret was ages with me. We are up in Castlemilk since the Gorbals.

Submitted by: Josephine Stuksis
Glasgow, Scotland
03/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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Hi Norrie - I did stay 2 up. Was wee for my age, didn't wear glasses. The boy was Billy Thomson. The boy that lost a leg was John McKinley - he was hit by a trolly bus on Rutherglen Road. Was your cousin Gordon in the 74th BB St. Margarets? If he did, I think I know him. Anymore you can think about the old days let me know GEO.




Submitted by: Geo Livingstone
Glasgow, Scotland
02/02/11
Email: geo.livingstone@hotmail.co.ukgeo.livingstone@hotmail.co.uk




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F.A.O. Mick Gallagher - Read your posting about "Baldie Heids" etc. Do you know the old saying that GOD created only a few good heads. The rest he put hair on them Or losing your hair is still better than losing your temper OR your back goes out more than you do OR it's nice to be famous but more famous to be nice. But I can see by your posting that you still have a sense of humour so that's great Mick.


F.A.O. Ken Donnelly - I might be wrong but I think Pat Crerand went to St. Lukes and then up to Holyrood Senior Secondary School in Dixon Road or Avenue He came from Crown Street. Amelia.

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay nee Welsh
Glasgow, Scotland
02/02/11
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.comameliamckinlay@msn.com




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I am trying to find out if anyone knows the McLaughlin family from Ballater Street at the corner of Inverkip Street. There was JOHN, BETTY, JESSIE, WALTER & MIMER, also John McGuire at 3 Ballater Street - would like to here from any of them. I drink in Sharkey's bar just across from were we all used to hang about.




Submitted by: Thomas K. Donnelly
Glasgow, Scotland
02/02/11
Email: weecheekyman@msn.comweecheekyman@msn.com




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There was a pawn shop in Hospital Street. As a child, I took items there for my mum, and I was warned not to tell my dad, as she had got them on tick, got the money then sold the pawn ticket.



Submitted by: Robin Hayes
Manchester, England
02/02/11
Email: bombpipe@hotmail.co.ukbombpipe@hotmail.co.uk




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F.A.O. Irving Goldstein - Hi Irving. Unfortunately I don't know any of the lads you mentioned but I certainly remember Third Lanark football club. [Hi Hi ] I attended Holyrood school early 60's and walked past Cathkin park going to school every morning. Many a time I saw Big Geordie Young being driven to the ground. I remember Dave Hilley and Alex Grey and that great wee goalie Jockey Robertson. I believe as the Hi Hi were going into meltdown the players were paid their wages from the turnstile money. I'm a Celtic man but I always had great respect for Third Lanark and was very sorry to see them fold up.

F.A.O. Teddy Bhoy - Hi Teddy, thanks for your posting about Hugh Callaghan. [Was Yogi booked twice?] In those days before the 1970 World cup final when yellow/red cards came on the scene, the Ref. would write your name in the book and that I believe helped to cause confusion that night in the late 60's old firm match. Again I would like to say I'm not always right and if at anytime I do get my facts wrong then I'm man enough to say I'm sorry and I apologise if I do.

Must say a big thank you to the three people who answered my question - what was the name of the pub at the corner of Fauldhouse Street and Rutherglen Road - that's Amelia McKinlay, Norrie Ross and George Livingstone. Thanks also George for remembering the Glue Pot pub. I think there was a a wee shop next to it called Frank's sweetie/newsagents. Yes, the Roseberry bar [McNabs] - it all comes back to me now. Once again thank you to the three of you. Wee Danny.



Submitted by: Danny Gill
London, England
02/02/11
Email: gilldanny1@gmail.comgilldanny1@gmail.com




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F.A.O. Josephine Stuksis - hi Josephine. Yes, my sis and brother are Margaret and Terry, so if you lived across the road from St. Johns School you must have known wee Rose Irvine and her family. They lived in "the pen." Cheers, Ann.


Submitted by: Ann Davies (Kerr)
Northeast England
01/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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Tried many times to find Rosemary Douglas and also Cathy McGarrigle, girls I went to Bonnies with but no response. Also Winnie Curran. Luv Anne o'Neill.


Submitted by: Anne Brannan
St. Catharines, Canada
01/02/11
Email: anneb44@hotmail.comanneb44@hotmail.com




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Hi. My nan and great-nan came from Inverkip Street near Gorbals Cross. I can find any trace of this street on my A-Z book. Does anyone know where and what type of property existed in the street?



Submitted by: Emma
Glasgow, Scotland
01/02/11
Email: Emma25@skysport.comEmma25@skysport.com




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Unfortunately I didn't have much of a happy childhood outside of school hours. I came from a very large family at the Gushet end of Crown Street. Life wasn't easy without a father in those days. But my happiest memories fron late 1950's Gorbals was Camden Street School. To this day, when I drive along the new Caledonia Road, I can still see my long gone demolished school. It'll never leave my memory.


Submitted by: Anonymous
Glasgow, Scotland
01/02/11
Email: Barnes@yahoo.co.ukBarnes@yahoo.co.uk




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Does anyone remember why Warwick Street was changed to Nicholson Street? I remember being told when I was about 12 ish that it was because it had a bad name and they changed it to give it a fresh start, but I don't know if it was true or not. I thought you might know Amelia, coming from Salisbury Street. Cathie x

Submitted by: Cathie
Blackpool, England
01/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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F.A.O. Danny Gill and George Livingstone - I remember Tweedies and the stables you are talking about but not Fullerton's store. Can't remember the fire either, but we moved to Castlemilk around then. I remember the spare "grun" - it was littered with broken bricks, stones, and glass and how nobody was badly injured was amazing. Nae health and safety wallies in them days. I think the name of the pub at the corner of Fauldhouse Street and Rutherglen Road was McNabs. I was born up the close next to it in 612 Ru'glen Road between it and the Bata shoe shop. My da when he got married would take male relatives in there for a drink as he would not let drink over the doorstep, due to my Granda (who had a horse and cart in Sandyfaulds Street pend), beating up my Granny wi' a drink in him. When my da came back from the war he took a good bucket himself just like his da, but it was my ma who would let fly with anything. He very seldom lifted his hands to us as a look and a word were enough, and needless to say God help me if the Polis arrived at the door after I had got a booking for something like playing football in the Street. Geordie Livingstone I think I actually remember you. Did you stay 2 up and smaller than me with glasses. The Ashes (Richard) lived on the top floor and the Thomsons lived bottom right. Do you remember the wee boy across from them in the close who got knocked down and lost a leg. I see Jim Thomson now and again if I go into Rutherglen and I think he stays around Brigton. You might remember my cousin, Gordon Turner, as he was younger than me and lived in Elmfoot Street. Many a time I remember the hudgies on the 101, partcularly one night when my ma had gone to the Ritz to see Alan Ladd. I had to jump off twice when the conductor was coming down the stairs at Polmadie Road and both times I went full length in a puddle. I didn't get out again when my da had to change me a second time but just as well he knew nothing about how it happened.




Submitted by: Norrie Ross
Bellshill, Scotland
01/02/11
Email: Not Supplied




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F.A.O. Janice - I agree with your recent anecdote. Every time I look at old photo's of Gilmour Street, Oregon Street, or Orchard Street area, it brings a tear to my eye. I had my first son in Gilmour Street. And most of my family stayed in Orchard Street and Moffat Street. I would often walk along Caledonia Road in the 70/80's and explain to my kids what the high rise flats replaced. Now I'm telling my grandchildren the same story again, only this time it's different housing that's disappearing!




Submitted by: Cathie
Glasgow, Scotland
01/02/11
Email: Mac444@btinternet.comMac444@btinternet.com




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F.A.O. Norman. Had to change my e-mail address, but yes, received photo's of Coburg Street. Thank you very much.




Submitted by: Jason
01/02/11
Email: Jason@google.comJason@google.com




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