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 Post subject: May 2008
PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 6:44 pm 
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I would like to know the person who is claiming to be me and why?

Submitted by: Kenny Warren
Hull, Yorkshire
31/05/08
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Connie: I think the name of the fabric store was Harry Crown. Joan/p>

Submitted by: Joan
USA
31/05/08
Email: artandjoan@comcast.net
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Laura Slowey or Mary Hamilton are you out there? We went to Oatlands School together and played great games before going to Sec. School. Mr. Scott was our teacher.

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
31/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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just came across site and was fascinated. i was born in Hayfield St, next close to Pig and Whistle pub. Went to St Bonaventures. Used to play on the swings at Hayfield St School, eat MB Bars and at greasy peters, went to Holyrood and the son was there, used to save eygptian stamps, anybody remember Keanie the Mad scientist? The BEES on a Saturday afternoon threepence to get in and the wee woman selling lollypops out of the window. We all attended mass at St Francis in Cumberland St and I was a Cub in anout 1948/9. Does anybody know Billy Dodds from McNeil St Eric Ferguson, the Smith girls from 21 Hayfield St, Betty, Cathy Agnes and several more. Ive been in Australia since 1967 mostly in the Northern Territory where I was like a wee boy again with my wide brimmed hat and 6 shooter. I was in the police there. It ws really great reading about place and people I had forgotten or if I told people about them they would not believe me. When questioned about my attitude at 5 a ! promotion interview I told them that having survived the Gorbals there wasnt a thing in the world that would bother you. Anyway thanks for the opportunity.

Submitted by: Patrick McAndrew
Adelaide, Australia
31/05/08
Email: patmac20@chariot.net.au
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Corrected info......I am trying to find anyone that may remember my grandad as i am trying to find any of his Family. He was Patrick James Boyle born 1908 in Glasgow and his parents were Francis and Rose or Rosey Boyle nee Montford or Mountford. Patrick married Mary Ann Kilkie in 1935 at St Francis"s Church Gorbals and Patrick died in 1935 at address...10 1/2 Eglinton Lane Gorbals, he worked as a labourer. Other addresses are South portland St and Roukenburn St. Please if anyone can remember or know of any brothers or sisters or any other relative of Patrick please let me know, Kind regards....Tommy Boyle

Submitted by: Tommy Boyle
Leicestershire, England
29/05/08
Email: thomasboil@tiscali.co.uk
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Does anybody know where I can get info on the landmine that blew up the houses in Elmfoot St Oatlands during the war?

Submitted by: Norrie Ross
Bellshill, Glasgow
29/05/08
Email: helnor@hotmail.co.uk
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I lived in 166 Hospital St from 1953 - 1970. Sister Anne & Brother Neil. Went to St Johns & Hollyrood. Our neighbours would have been Moores, Ferrys, Brownes. If you remember us, get in touch.

Submitted by: James Doherty
Donegal, Ireland
28/05/08
Email: amd123@campus.ie
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RE Kenny Warren, Iam looking for my uncle as we worked together for a few years then when he went back down south and we lost contact but i see from the web site that he is back in Glasgow.

Submitted by: Mark Boyle
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
Email: markboylemb@aol.com
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Re: the warren family, there was a family of warrens that lived across the street from me at warwick street/nicholoson street 1940/60s. I recall the bros., hugh ,tommy, kenny, daughters, betty, margaret - any relation to those on the forum? owen dougan.

Submitted by: Owen Dougan
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
Email: g132yn@bushinternet.com
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To Jim McKinlay, I grew up at 46 Lawmoor st and learned to play billiards in the club at 20 Lawmoor st. I was a van driver at the U.C.B.S. I remember the air raid shelter in the Green.

Submitted by: Robert Brierley
Brisbane, Australia
28/05/08
Email: bobandsally@optusnet.com.au
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To Margaret Forbes Yes I do remember the Healy family from McNeil St. I worked with a woman who was married on to the Healy family. My memory has just gone blank with first names-probably flash into my brain two secons after I send this posting. A word of warning this happens quite frequently and annoyingly when you get to a certain age. Anyway back to Mrs Healy.......we worked in a cafe in McNeil St just before you come to Ballater St-same side of the Pig and Whistle further up the road. Some grafter this women used to prepare all the tatties for the meals. Up to work very early doors then run upstairs to see to her two weans breakfast. Back down to get the bacon and black puddings ready for all the customers from the Co- operative bakery and all the many other surrounding businesses. She practicaly ran the business which bye the bye had a newsagents attached to it. Her husband (Jim?) was very quiet. They stayed one up-almost right above the cafe. Think they moved to Toryglen after the bulldozers were called in to demolish the street. Another Healy that would have been her Brother in Law was my coalman. Good looker and a gent. He fell ill with TB and was in Mearnskirk hospital for months at a time. The idea was that they had to spend hours sitting outside to get fresh air into their lungs. I gave birth to my son Paul in 1962 in the same hospital. When I was going home I visited Mr Healy the coalman in the TB ward. Lost contact with them when I moved away to Myrtlepark. Good luck I hope you get more postings from people who knew the family-let me know how you are related. Cheers Rita

Submitted by: Rita Moffat
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
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KENNY: I HAVE BEEN IN TOUCH WITH YOUR BROTHER BILLY AND HIS WIFE JENNY, SO YOU ARE THE RIGHT FAMILY THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP AND INFORMATION ON YOUR FAMILY THANKS MAGGIE

Submitted by: Maggie
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
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Can anyone put me in contact with 'Wee' Donna McKenzie, she will be late 30's, used to stay with her mum in the high flats South Side, please!

Submitted by: Tommy Devlin
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
Email: t.devlin@btinternet.com
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FAO: PAT HOLLAND: I WOULD JUST LIKE TO SAY A BIG THANKYOU TO YOU AS YOU HELPED BRING ANOTHER FAMILY TOGETHER WITH YOUR DETECTIVE WORK, WE ARE ALL VERY GREATFUL THANKS A MILLION MAGGIE

Submitted by: Maggie
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
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Jimmy/Australia thanks for the group photograph of Tommy his wife, Sonny Burns and his wife, i dont think i remember Sonny but i would know Tommy if he walked down the street apart from getting older like the rest of us he has not changed much, which cousin are you i only remember Alex Yule through his mum and then i used to see him when he worked in the black taxi's he is one character is Alex, it was nice to get an email from you thanks for keeping in touch Cathie

Submitted by: C Meek
Glasgow, Scotland
28/05/08
Email: c.meek1@ntlworld.com
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Anyone know of the Patterson faily of my uncle Wllie Patterson? He had a large family. My dad was his brother Harry and they had three sisters Jessie, Mary and ?

Submitted by: Kathy
Hindle Cromer Norfolk, England
26/05/08
Email: own.m.hindle@btinternet.com
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Frances - I remember you well - 'sticky cloes' at prestwicK? cousin Kathleen. We both followed the academic path and I'm now Assistant Head in Cromer. get in touch!

Submitted by: Kathy
Hindle Cromer Norfolk, England
26/05/08
Email: own.m.hindle@btinternet.com
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I lived at 16 gorbals street between oxford street and carlton place had a pub at the bottom of the close and a large warehouse that sold toys ect On the corner of oxford street was a shop that sold clothing material needles and things and a little old jewish man served in it can anyone remember them?, also used to get sent away on a holiday camp with other kids to a large home and I think it was somewhere near Helensburgh where we all lived in dormitorys I think it was for not so privlaged kids who could not afford holidays can any one help and what about the synagogue in oxford street does anyone remember it? and also a shop that used to make dentures. There was a large company called T>R.Services that went along oxford street and it stopped just before a lane and then there was the school yard for the boys as the girls was facing the clyde on carlton place love to hear from anyone.

Submitted by: Connie Fryer
Adelaide, Australia
26/05/08
Email: ccconnie@optusnet.com.au
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I'm looking for Janet (Singleton) Anderson nee Gibson who died in 1978 Glasgow.

Submitted by: Sharon Redmond
Enniscorthy, S.Ireland
26/05/08
Email: charmellebish@hotmail.com
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Memories of the cinerama. wee 9 year old boy waiting in a big queue right round the corner and up the lane ,waiting to see the picture "snow white and the seven dwarfs" its 1944. frank olson on the organ at the intrival. ah fond momerys. owen dougan.

Submitted by: Owen Dougan
Glsgow, Scotland
23/05/08
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I stumbled across this site while looking up my family tree. If anyone remembers my great-grandparents Rose Ann and Patrick McCafferty who lived at 145 Crown St I'd be very grateful. Can anyone tell me if 145 was above a shop - possibly a fish shop? Thanks so much J

Submitted by: Julie Seenan
Cumbernauld, Scotland
23/05/08
Email: julie@julieandgraeme.com
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Does anyone remember the cigarete factory on the corner of mathieson st and rutherglen rd wills wiff i think anne?

Submitted by: Anne O'Neill
St.Catharines, Canada
23/05/08
Email: anne_oneill_44@hotmail.com
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Walking in the park with my son and grandson i spied a pound coin on the floor. nae haufs nae quarters, nae bits i shouted while picking it up. whats that all about? my son ask thinking his old man had finaly gone do-lally. i told all about the great adventures my pals and i had midgie raking in the gorbals when we were wee boys. my son thought i was a complete waste of space but my grandson thought it was a great tale. and there after everytime he found anything in the shed or garage he would shout nae haufs nae quarters nae bits.. to the annoyance of his stuck up essex mum... afew weeks later at a posh family function his maternal grandmother ask me what her grandson meant. when he cried nae haufs nae quarters nae bits. and when i told her she looked at me as if iwas an alien from the planet muck. how utterly disgusting she snorted through her toffy nosed snout. when the meal and drinks where over and the waiters were clearing the tables i bent down to the floor picked up a roast spud (that i had droped there) held it aloff poped it in my mouth and cried nae haufs nae quarters nae bits. granny nae knickers swayed and almost fainted.. my son has sworn he will put me away in the looney house. but my grandson thinks im the cats whiskers..if only his dear gorbals granny had still been with us to have seen it. i bet she's real proud of me.

Submitted by: Gorbals
Essex, England
22/05/08
Email: gorbals205@yahoo.com
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Hi, i currently work in the gorbals, i worked in oatlands nursery school on calie road until it was closed two years ago. we are now in st francis primary. Does anyone remember the Healy family from Mcneil street in the 50S?

Submitted by: Margaret Forbes
Cumbernauld, Glasgow
22/05/08
Email: willief@blueyonder.co.uk
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Maggie, It must be the right family, my brothers were Tommy and Billy Warren, and thats the last adress i have for them but as i said i will find out once i am on my feet where everyone is i am sure Anne is anxious so i ll do my best Kenny

Submitted by: K Warren
Glasgow, Scotland
22/05/08
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My dad's name's John Ferry. Does anyone remember the Ferry family? My grandfather, Charles, was a very tall Irishman who didn't swear or drink. Him and his wife, Agnes, had a family of 8. My father's youngest sibling is Raymond Ferry. I think he still lives in Glasgow.

Submitted by: kirsty Ferry
Manchester, UK
22/05/08
Email: kirsty_ferry@hotmail.com
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I think the matnee song at the Ritz went somr thing like this' we are the boys and girls well known as the members of the abc and every saturday we line up da da da da da da cannie rmember the rest, but I did get booed off the stage when I went up to sing, ha must hiv thought ah wis a singer no way but ah cin still dance Artie and Bertha they two could sing sing and seems every one else in the family they were all good chanters. But tha wis one happy time going to the matnee oh and before ah forget how about coming out the Paragon and going doon the dunny ti the roll shop and you held oan ti that roll fur a heat before you ate it. will have to get some music on Simple minds just to hear how good they are knew his dad in our teens. so as always best of everthing to all DAM

Submitted by: Doris McIntyre
Slo, USA
22/05/08
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Hi, a was jist lookin through some of the messages there, its good reading, does anyone remember the picture hall at butterbigans rd, and Victoria rd. a think it was called the Cinerama, an then they opened up under a new name, funny enough, they called it the new Cinerama, put a lota thought inti that wan eh, lol, anyway, a remember, when it furst opend my uncle shug took mi ti see a picture, a think the picture was, How The West Was Won, anyway disnae matter aboot that, wut ma best memory of that night was, it was the first time that a ever hid a hot dog, a had never seen them before, only in the pictures from America, so ma uncle got mi wan, and it was the furst time that i ever had mustard as well, i will never forget that night, and does anyone remember the sweeties called jap deserts, they wur wee square iceing cubes wi cocinut in thum, and someone wrote that they had a sweetie called a penny chopper, i was sure they where called penny whoppers, a could bi wrang mind yi, anyway, great reading aboot the good auld gorbals, keep sendin awe that stuff in , Tony D

Submitted by: Tony Donnelly
Glasgow, Scotland
22/05/08
Email: tonyd67@ntlworld.com
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KENNY: Anne does not know you or remember you as she was only four when she moved to australia, she only knows her dad's name is tommy warren and her dads brother names are kenny and billy & do you think you are the right warren family from the gorbals?

Submitted by: Maggie
Glasgow, Scotland
21/05/08
Email: julievain@btinternet.com
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I would like to know if anyone remembers the lawless family of rutherglen road in the gorbals I think they lived near teachers pub and I beleive They were neighbours to the wilkie and Mckenzie families and then they moved to ravenscraig drive in priesthill in 1948 it would be nice to hear from someone as i left the gorbals when i was only l2 years old.

Submitted by: Jim Lawless
London, England
20/05/08
Email: james.lawless1@googlemail.com
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Anybody remember martin devine the bookie at the corner of orchard street? I can remember the black maria taking the punters to the jail where the bookie bailed them out any info on this would be helpful.

Submitted by: Edward Friel
20/05/08
Email: eddyfriel@hotmail.com
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To: Gina Faulkner, Indiana, U.S.A. I tried to contact you, but I need your email address. Please make this available to us. Patrick & Jean Gibbons

Submitted by: P & J Gibbons
Victoria, Australia
19/05/08
Email: pandjgibbo@bigpond.com
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12th May 1956 anyone got a birthday on this date I'm searching for my brother whose name before adoption Brian James Bain born Doncaster St Maryhill Glasgow Mother Mary Bain (Barclay maiden name) dob 18th August 1931. Apparently he went to an irish couple first? Names Bain Barclay Purdy MacPherson all of interest. Thanks Patty

Submitted by: Patty
Coventry, England
18/05/08
Email: Ptty120556@Aol.com
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Would May Muir or Owen Muir who lived in Moffat St. in the 30's and 40's get in touch. We played together when we were children and you lived up same close as my Granny Fairie.

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
16/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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MAGGIE. at the roundabout u go straight, oldfield lane is right turn at roundabout does Anne know me? Kenny

Submitted by: K Warren
Glasgow, Scotland
16/05/08
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I am looking for old friends from the motorbike garage in mathieson lane in gorbals.

Submitted by: Robert Brierley
Brisbane, Australia
16/05/08
Email: bobandsally@optusnet.com.au
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I lived in 12 Kidson Street in 1957, my dad was Rab he drank in the HiHi and the Waverley. Would like to know if anyone remembers anything about these pubs.

Submitted by: Frances Lawson
Glasgow, Scotland
15/05/08
Email: lawsoncrg2@aol.com
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FAO Jimmy/Australia thanks for the inquiry about Jimmy Boyle, sorry about the email address i missed out a digit but [now rectified] i also got a response from Ten Quid, i posted you a message but it was not printed, it is nice that people take the time to reply Tommy remembers me from our early days which is nice if he ever comes back to the UK it would be nice to say hello Cathie.

Submitted by: C Meek
Glasgow, Scotland
15/05/08
Email: c.meek1@ntlworld.com
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Does anyone out there remember the fleming's? I am researching my gran's family, and i know little of her family. Her name was isabelle fleming and married john gibson. They had 3 kids, sally, john and Mariette Courbet (my mum). I know that they lived in the gorbals for some time and that my grandfather died in 1962. If anyone has any info or remembers my mum please let me know, she would love it as she has very fond memories of the gorbals.

Submitted by: Colette Wilson
York, UK
15/05/08
Email: courbet34@yahoo.co.uk
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My parents names are Cathie Murphy and Alby McGuire they moved to Castlemilk from the Gorbals years ago does anyone know them?

Submitted by: Teresa
Orangeville, Canada
14/05/08
Email: muggsyb@hotmail.com
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Trying to trace family, my father was sam cameron (born moses) and he had two brothers david and peter. My grandmother was annie and she was from Ireland. anyone help?

Submitted by: Sam Cameron
Derbyshire, England
14/05/08
Email: samncass@aol.com
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Sadie Glover who went to John St. Sec. School. Are you out there? If you are I would love to say hello. We had a love/hate relationship at school, but I always thought you were the tops. I met you in Cambuslang once but have not heard of you since. I have been in Australia now since 1971.

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
14/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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Thank you to the site manager, you helped me clear up a lot things in my life by the chance of meeting Billy Malcom, what a great guy I never really knew him that well but he knew me okay it was great to meet him and spend a great evening with him and my family I never laughed so much in my life thanks again M Bernstein

Submitted by: M Bernstein
Glasgow, Scotland
14/05/08
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Bill Dallas from Govanhill or Govan whose pal was Peter Waugh, Are you out there? Have been trying for years to find if you are still alive and no one has seen or heard of you for years. If you see this please let me know you are alright.

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
13/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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Hi, does anybody remember my old friend tommy darroch from easterhouse glasgow, he has a brother william [tich] who i thing emigrated to canada, also a sister margaret who emigrated to australia tommy's wife's names was francis.

Submitted by: Peter O'Neil
Victoria, Australia
12/05/08
Email: gizzmo-1@hotmail.com
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Sadly my lifetime friend Hazel Smith died one year ago this week. We both went to Buchan Street primary and Adelphi Secondary, sadly missed by all old pals from the Gorbals.

Submitted by: Myra
Glasgow, Scotland
12/05/08
Email: myrajigy1@aol.com
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Just a big thank you to this site. On Sat I met up with my auld school mate thanks to you Webmaster, we met up at the Central station me and Mel Bernstein we downed a few and headed up his way had a curry a few more and had a great night about auld times, Hey folks he has got some pad, I ended up kipping the nite there. Thanks Mel you are a true Gorbals gentleman that was the best night of my life see you soon mate. Billy

Submitted by: B Malcolm
Glasgow, Scotland
12/05/08
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Okay you lot let a professionals tell you all about the sweets of the Gorbals; Try this one Swizzels who remembers them? Caramel logs, sherbit dips, and howabout Lucky bags! chocolate mallows a penny each, smiths crisps straight from the pub, yer Da used to bring them back when he came home sozzled. Tam yer right it was M B bars. Billy

Submitted by: B Malcolm
Glasgow, Scotland
12/05/08
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FAO Agnes herrity. My emails to you come back undelivered too!! I started at Abbotsford 1946 and my Family lived at 34 Abbotsford Place. Cheers, Maureen

Submitted by: Maureen
New Zealand
11/05/08
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FAO Ten Quid thanks for taking the trouble in responding to my inquiry about Tommy Boyle sorry about the e-mail address i missed out a digit,now rectified anyway he might remember me as Cathie McConnell of Naburn st i used to walk into town every morning with his mum as we both worked there,its amazing the things that you remember anyway when you next speak to him give him my regards Cathie

Submitted by: C Meek
Glasgow, Scotland
10/05/08
Email: c.meek1@ntlworld.com
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F.A.O. KENNY WARREN,hope you are feeling a bit better, and i know this is not really a good time for you, do you know of any other way that i can get in contact with your brother tommy as his daughter anne would love to speak to him, i have looked at the map of greenford and the directions that you have given me the names of the streets are old field lane then ferrymead gardens does this ring any bells if so please let me know, hope all is well with you cheers and thankyou. maggie

Submitted by: Maggie
Glasgow, Scotland
10/05/08
Email: julievain@btinternet.com
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to Amelia Mckinlay, Tich the bookie used a close in Hospital st before he opened a shop in rutherglen rd, just before gorbals st. Ralph Goldfarb marked the board and Tam Kerr & George (Sneerie) Greig were the minders in case of trouble. Sneerie showed me how to play snooker in Bobs snooker hall in Rutherglen rd, great memories of where I lived (Crown st )in the old gorbals of the 1940/50s.

Submitted by: Stevie Duff
Edinburgh, Scotland
10/05/08
Email: stevieduff1543@hotmail.com
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Maureen N Z. I did know a Maureen and I did email you with my email address on a few occasions but Maellor demon showed up you dont exist?

Submitted by: M Bernstein
Glasgow, Scotland
10/05/08
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F.A.O Ten Quid, I don't understand why your e-mail has been rejected unless you missed out the E at the end of belle please try again Thanks Nan Bell

Submitted by: Nan Bell
Glasgow, Scotland
09/05/08
Email: partickbelle@hotmail.co.uk
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Yes, Jean, there was a wee sweetie shop up Moffat Street that I remember being called: "Irish Mick's." Is that the one you mean? If you came through the Pend from Sandyfaulds Street and made a right-hand turn up Moffat Street it was about half way up...He was a very wee man and had a couple of daughters who were very involved at St. Francis. One of them taught Scottish Country dancing in a wee hall up Cumberland Street. It was either up Forbes-the-Drapers close or one very near to it. You went in the close and they were the high backs and this hall was under the high backs. Learned how to do the Dashing White Sergeant there also the Gay Gordons, (can we say that word now without being offensive) Pride of Erin Waltz, etc., etc,.... It was a low ceiling and the smell of dampness would have knocked you over but we went every week. Great fun.

Submitted by: Margaret Burgdorf (McGettigan)
New Jersey, USA
09/05/08
Email: Glenmornin@aol.com
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My mum & Dad used to go to the pictures in kings park, where now it is the beechwood pub & resturant.There was a story in the papers years ago that the beechwood had a ghost, who was a usher in the picture house who died during a film, and quite a few workers in the kitchen in the beechwood had seen the ghost during there time working. The story was framed and hung on the wall of the Beechwood for years. Agnes.

Submitted by: Agnes
Glasgow , Scotland
09/05/08
Email: agnesherrity@hotmail.co.uk
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Hello to all you people. I am trying to find ANYBODY who has a relative called Patrick James Boyle who was born in 1908 in Glasgow and died at 10 1/2 Eglington St Gorbals in 1946.Patrick was my grandad and was married to Mary Ann Kilkie from a big Kilkie family of Thornleighbank and had 8 surviving kids and one dying at birth.Mary later remarried in 1954 to a Henry Berry Daly having 2 other kids to this marriage.Addresses i have for Mary and Patrick are South Portland St,Roukenburn St and Eglington St.Patricks parents were Francis Boyle and Rose Montford so if there are any relatives to thease people reading this then please contact me on the address that follows....thomasboil@tiscali.co.uk and yes the Boyle is spelled wrong in the address BOIL rather than Boyle.

Submitted by: Tommy Boyle
Leicestershire, England
09/05/08
Email: thomasboil@tiscali.co.uk
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Amelia, That's some memory thanks for putting me oot ma agony reckon we've aw been in them a' at wan time or another, there's nuthing nuthin' wrang wi your grey stuff, by the way them midges a mentioned mibbe mind o them a wee square bit o' cardboard think it wis an a photie negative wi a bit o some kind o paper ahint it a ye sat there fur dunkeys haudin' it up tae the sun an' eventually the bit o' paper gied ye a copy o' the negative jisy another wey o' gettin' some o' the wean's thrupenny

Submitted by: Anon
Not Supplied
09/05/08
Email: Not Supplied
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Nan Cameron tried to e-mail u but kept comin back wrong e-mail address sent photo of kids in camden st school 43-45 ian sloan [brady] the moores murderer was in the class get the rite e-mail i will send it to u awera best ten quid

Submitted by: ten quid
Oz 09/05/08
Email: Not Supplied
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Everyone is talking about crips, macaroon bars M&B bars now what about Spangles. I remember my uncle was in hospital and he asked me to get a packet of Spangles to take the bad taste away when I went into the shop ansd asked the woman she asked me where I was for the last 30+ years. Now what about the whelks and mussels???? Was a dab hand at flicking the "eyes" away from the whelks they used to be all over the place, brilliant could go some of them now. FAO May G of Glasgow I know your dad worked for Tich the bookie many a bung we got of him to go to the Calder picture house. You'd be just as quick walking up to my house HA!HA! Amelia

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow, Scotland
09/05/08
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.com
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This is a message for M Bernstein who has NO email address on his message. Please get in touch with me on private email as we come from the same Street and have common background. Cheers Maureen.

Submitted by: Maureen
New Zealand
09/05/08
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Someone asked the name of Greasy Peter. Well, it was Peter Pagliari. Best chips and potato cakes on the planet,especially to us children of the Gorbals who were always hungry. Anyone remember the 'wee man's" shop in Moffat st. near the pen going through to Cumberland st?

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
09/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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FAO MAUREEN FROM NEW ZEALAND. I sent two e-mail to you and they both came back as failed.I went to Abbotsford school from 1953 & 1960. I lived in Bedford street number 20b. It would be good if we went to Abby at the same time and knew each other.Good luck. Agnes.

Submitted by: Agnes
Glasgow, Scotland
09/05/08
Email: agnesherrity@hotmail.co.uk
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ST MARY'S CHURCH AND A SMALL 'HOME BAKERY' VERY CLOSE TO IT, IN CUMBERLAND STREET. IT SOLD APPLE TURNOVERS, CIRCA 1965.

Submitted by: KEVIN COYLE
BURTON - UPON-TRENT, ENGLAND
09/05/08
Email: KEVCONEWS@HOTMAIL.com
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OCHE COME ON IS THIS A WINED UP am still laffin hours later got an e-mail from China [We got your information from www.gorbalslive.org.uk.]dintec plumbing co followed by the address they sell awe pipes n kitchen stuff "HI CHINA DID U READ MA ANECDOTE ABOOT THE NUT N BOLT WOKS" i hit him with an iron bar "NO AN FN KITCHEN SINK!"but thanks for the laff did any you gorbalites get this e-mail if so a said before it was easy to get my name noo safe ti open the e-mail then send them all back ti sender we will help keep the unemployed there workin awera best ti hoo flung dung ! ten quid

Submitted by: TEN QUID
OZ
09/05/08
Email: Not Supplied
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Ten Quid. Yeah get your point the old weight problem coming back, but I did cure this for 40 years keeping trim, old age sag coming in now, but I was miserable as a youngster being fat, but although its def unhealthy I am happy now, I wish I had been when I was younger and people accepted me for what I was inside not outside, I see you no longer live in Glasgow, how long have you been away? You havent lost your auld gorbals aggression then, talking about iron bars, you must be as old as me im 59, but the only iron bars I like are barrs iron bru heh heh

Submitted by: M Bernstein
Eastwood, Glasgow
07/05/08
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Amelia and Anon; You both got it wrong it was M an B bars with 4 squares, also macaroon bars if you got a pink inside you got another one free, and a penny chopper thick hard chocolate, anacide balls, gobstoppers, these were some of the most popular in the gorbals, mines was a wagon wheel.

Submitted by: T Craig
Tollcross, Glasgow
07/05/08
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Hi all, I am getting an insight into the area my ancestors hailed from love the stories. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of Gorbals, an illustrated history? Anne..

Submitted by: Anne
Adelaide, Australia
07/05/08
Email: bain3@bigpond.com
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My ancestors were Darroch, Diamond and McPhersons, all lived around Gorbals area, Glasgow. Darrochs were originally from Ireland.

Submitted by: Anne
Adelaide, Australia
07/05/08
Email: bain3@bigpond.com
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c meek tried to contact you 4 times on e-mail keeps coming back about tommy boyle i put it in the gorbals it wasn't printed i realize now that they advise folk not to put that info on the net i thank the team for that but Cathy could u check the address maybe a dot out of place just cant get to you i spoke with him on the phone the other day said you went jiving at wilsons he is not on the net i have all his info here awera best ten quid

Submitted by: Ten Quid
Oz
06/05/08
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I'm trying to get in touch with Mark Welsh. He grew up in the Gorbals all his life. He will be about 31 now. He has 2 brothers, Christopher and Peter and his Mother is Francis and his Father is also Peter. They lived on Waddell St.

Submitted by: Josephine
Michigan, USA
06/05/08
Email: therealsunshine@hotmail.com
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FAO Anon I think the M&M's sweetie factory was round about Wolsely St.or Logan St.in the Oatlands where St Bonaventure School was. What about you Rita can you remember or maybe someone from The Pig and Whistle knows.

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow, Scotland
06/05/08
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.com
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Anyone from the south side very polite must say cumberland st was a great place busy i loved it then we had the brigget i had uncles that were rag men and aunties that were haukers but i used to get taken there with my ma she knew a lot there but i used to say it stunk it did but i still went then the police would put all the peoples clothes in to puddles that didnt have a stallit was a sin you would just see them all run does anyone else remember luv anne

Submitted by: Anne O'Neill St.
Catharines, Canada
06/05/08
Email: anne_oneill_44@hotmail.com
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Anon; And if we didn't have a real "peever" we improvised with an empty can of shoe polish. Also playing "shop" in the back green [although I never saw a blade of grass] and using wallies [broken china] for money. If we found a piece with a little gold on it, we thought we had died and gone to heaven.

Submitted by: Joan
USA
06/05/08
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Hi Amelia my da worked for tich old hughi many a time he absconded with the money, and tich always took him back.

Submitted by: May
Glasgow, Scotland
06/05/08
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Looking to trace any relatives of McAdam family that lived at 2 Cavendish St early 1900's. Susan rachel McAdam died in childbirth in 1900, and buried in Glasgow. She was Catholic, would any one know where she would be buried?? Her maiden name was Comiskey, and both her and her husband Michael McAdam hailed from Co. Monaghan Eire

Submitted by: Maurice McAdam
Stirling, UK
06/05/08
Email: mfmcadam@hotmail.co.uk
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You were right Amelia, M&M chocolate factory was in Bilboa St, it was bombed during the war---maybe 1943---there was chocolate all over the place---we had big chunks of it in our desks at St Bonny's, the houses up at the corner were destroyed as well, a guy in my class found a wooden leg, carried it around for weeks,,,weird to say the least. Actually I still have it, may sell it on E-Bay.

Submitted by: Robert Warden
Winnipeg, Canada
06/05/08
Email: shawfieldc57@mts.net
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Can anyone remember my mum Elizabeth Ward who went to holyrood in the 60's or my gran Helen Ward who stayed in the Queen Elizabeth flats any memories plz thankx

Submitted by: Susannah Ward
Glasgow, Scotland
06/05/08
Email: littlessnu21@hotmail.com
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Hi Tony Donnelly, Yes, I remember going to the steamie with my mother. She always booked a cubicle for a Sat. between 10-12am and my sister and I had to meet her when her time was up to help her home with the wet washing in an old pram that seemed to be a communal pram belonging to the tenement we lived in in Rutherglen Rd. Don't know if my mother enjoyed those days at the steamie or not, but we children took it all as part of our life growing up in the Gorbals.

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
05/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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Hi I have only recently found this site and really enjoy reading about everyone's memories. I was born in Coatbridge in 1956 and came to live in Australia in 1967. I am trying to find out anything about my grandfather who I believe was a policeman in Glasgow sometime in the 1930's or 1940's. His name is Robert(Bert) Beattie and he originated from Aberdeen. He married my grandmother Jessie Nicol in 1932, had 2 children, my mother Helen and her sister Margaret. My grandmother died in 1933 and he left the children in care of her family. It would mean a great deal to my mother to find anything else about him. We have only recently found out he had become a policeman and was in the Glasgow area. If anyone can help please contact me. Thanks Sandra

Submitted by: Sandra Mason
Newcastle, Australia
05/05/08
Email: competitions@northernnswfootball.com.au
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Allan Munro sadly Jean has died sorry you did not get to know each other again but she had a lot to say about you WALTER

Submitted by: W Newell
Glasgow, Scotland
05/05/08
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AGNES. I went to Abbey from 1955-1961 who do you know i can still remember all the names in my class hope to hear from u

Submitted by: M Bernstein
Glasgow, Scotland
05/05/08
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CATHIE MEEK twice i hiv sent u e-mails n twice they hiv been returned something rang n your e-mail address please correct it regarding TOMMY BOYLE ALL THE BEST JIMMY

Submitted by: Jimmy
Australia
04/05/08
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Susan of L A The Madden family I knew moved to Bellsmyre Dumbarton, you should be able to find a connection, I will make enquires although this will take me a few weeks but I shall be in touch, are they relatives? Father Devlin.

Submitted by: Father P Devlin
Stirling, Scotland
04/05/08
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Dampt wummin got ma heid birlin' wi they picture hooses anywey here's some mair the Elephant, the State up in Kings Park and completely forgot the Palace in Cleland St, dug up the full name for the EE's cop for this The Eglinton Electreum or something similar fancy eh ? musta cut ese sell shaving when came up wi that

Submitted by: Anon
Not submitted
04/05/08
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Anyone who lived in the Gorbals St., Cleland St., Hospital St., Thistle Street, Crown Street, Ballater Street, Rutherglen Road area in the 40s and 50s would remember the hole in the wall shop that a previous writer correctly states was in an arch under the railway bridge that crossed above Cleland Street. You could buy peanuts there on your way to the pictures (if you could afford them)- whether you were going to the Palace picture house around the corner or farther along Bedford Street to the Coli (Coliseum) or Bedford cinemas. When my ma was pregnant with my younger brother, Sam, she craved peanuts even though they gave her heartburn. I was the one who was always sent to the wee archway shop to get the peanuts. My ma knew I didn't like them, not so my two older brothers, Henry and Wiliam, who'd have scoffed some on the way back, if she'd sent them.

Submitted by: Mary C Russell (nee Whittaker)
Walnut Creek, USA
04/05/08
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To M Bernstein. From one ex Abbotsfordee to another. Email me privately please.

Submitted by: Maureen
Not submitted
04/05/08
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Does anyone remember Massys food shop in Norfolk st. I worked there in 1962 on a Saturday, my pay was 12/6 from 7.30 am till 6pm, I was 14 at the time and i thought 12/6d was a lot of money for a days work. I would give my Mum 10/- and have 2/6d for myself, owe my I was rich. Sure memories are a fantastic. My favorite job to do was make the pats of butter, with the wooden spoon. There was no such thing as self service then, everything was sold loose in paper bags, the butter, biscuits, sugar, yes they were the good old days.Agnes

Submitted by: Agnes
Glasgow, Scotland
03/05/08
Email: agnesherrity@hotmail.co.uk
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Hi All, Thought I'd post again, still looking for Shields Family, Annie, Mary jane, Francis, John, Eliza mother and Father were Hugh Shields mother was Catherine Graham, Next generation, Francis Shields married Mary McCann or Lapping. Please help if you can!! Thanks in advance, Jane Davies

Submitted by: Jane Davies
Glenrothes, Fife
03/05/08
Email: janedavies5354@hotmail.com
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C Meek i sent u an e-mail but it came back unknown about tommy boyle when i talk to him on the phone i will ask him about u and if its ok to give u his address bye ten quid.

Submitted by: Ten Quid
Oz
03/05/08
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Amelia, M&M that's the wan they had their ain Chocolate covered bar sectioned intae aboot 5 or 6 pieces sure they called it or we did jist an M&M bar an if no mistaken they also made a macaroon bar damned if kin mind where it wis but doon roon aboot the St Mungo halls sticks in my mind.

Submitted by: Anon
Not submitted
03/05/08
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Anne Smith, tried to e-mail you but was rejected please get in touch Nanxx

Submitted by: Nan Cameron (Bell)
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: partickbelle@hotmail.co.uk
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FAO Margaret McGettigan Hi Margaret I think when I was young "Titch the bookie" was around Hospital/Thistle St near Clelland St. or Old Rutherglen Rd. I think an old childhood pal of mine's father used to work for him. The bookie in our was Ben Wilson who stayed around South Portland St. That was another thing in the Gorbals plenty of bookies can anyone remember them???? Amelia

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.com
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For all the cinemagoers in the Gorbals long ago the picture houses and correct me if I am wrong anyone. Starting from Eglington St. Bedford, Colloseum, Eglington Electreum (EE's)....Palace in Gorbals St.... Crownie in Crown St..... Greens in Ballater St..... Wellington Palace (Bees) in Commercial Rd..... Paragon in Cumberland St..... and then along to the Ritz in Caledonia Rd..... Right we are going up Cathcart Rd. Majestic (Sticks) in Inglefield St..... Calder in Calder St.... Govanhill in Govanhill St....Cinerama and the Crosshill (coffin) in Victoria Rd....Hampden in Westmoreland St.....Tonic in Battlefield Rd building is now a pub called the Mission.... Kingsway in Cathcart Rd. at Holmlea Rd.....Rialto/George in old Castle Rd....Mayfair in Siclair Dr.... Muirend in Clarkston Rd....State in Castlemilk Rd.... and there used to be another one near the Beechwood I think it was called the Florida but not sure. Then there was the Embassy, Elephant and the Waverley in Shawlands. Correct me if I am wrong as the old grey matter isn't working as well as I would like. Amelia p.s. Never went to the picture houses up the town. I get 25 in all I think????

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.com
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Hi all. Im Grace and im working on a performance at Sixth Form College. Its about Glasgow, more specifically the Gorbals and if anyone has any info., i'd really appreciate it. Does any one have info. on living conditions when times were really bad...the piece is about a working class young woman living on the streets; we want to create a realistic, honest picture, and you guys might be able to help? Any details, stories, recollections etc. would be great… please email me at gracieholliday@hotmail.com Reading some of the previous entries has brought tears to my eyes, and I really want to do justice to the Gorbals and create a realistic performance. Hoping somebody can help, Grace Holliday.

Submitted by: Grace
Yorkshire, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: gracieholliday@hotmail.com
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Anybody remember the vintage cars that were found locked in an old garage in the pen on polmadie rd in the seventies?

Submitted by: Andy B
Oatlands, Glasgow
02/05/08
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C Meek, thank you for answering. Shug used to give me a big bear hug any time he came to our house, yes him and Peter were great pals, I often think of those day's, it broke my heart when Peter passed away, I still get all choked up. Tell Shug I send my best regard.

Submitted by: Jean Rae/Lynch
Church Hill TN, USA
02/05/08
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Talking about picture halls i remember as a very wee lassie my ma taking us to the pantomine and standing in line then we sat in the gods we as kids thought it was a bore but i had two uncles that were rag men that used to come to our house in mathieson st with there horse and cart shouting toys for rags and he always gave us a run on it up the st ha ha we thought it was great i would say thats our uncle and we ended up with a balloon my brothers sneaked a few jumpers out it was a laugh luv anne

Submitted by: Anne O'Neill
St. Catharines, Canada
02/05/08
Email: anne_oneill_44@hotmail.com
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Got to thinking how many games and things can ye mind o' ? Starters: Kick the Can, Aleavio, Matchstick Guns, Beds, Ropes, Bogies K.D.R.F. Midges (no the rakin' kind) geez am stuck must be hunners mair

Submitted by: Anon
Not submitted
02/05/08
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FAO Jean Rae I am shocked to hear about Peter I have thought about him over the years my brother Hughie and i often talked about the things that they used to get up to, anyway Hughie moved to Irvine many years ago he has two boys and a girl who are all married and he is just struggling on with his life, he will be gutted when i tell him about Peter anyway thanks a lot for the response to my inquiry. FOA Amelia McKinlay thanks for the reply to my inquiry about Hughie McConnell he is my big brother and [boy o boy] he lives in Irvine and when i get him sober i will give him your news,i love him to bits but he is a pest, Malcolm Campbell died a few years ago i think i remember some of the people you mentioned but maybe Hughie can shed some light on it anyway thanks for your help C Meek

Submitted by: C Meek
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: c.meek@ntlworld.com
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Rita the only McArdles I remember was in Crown st. before you came to Cumberland st. They sold interior fireplaces and when the Gorbals was changing to electric they were putting it in for the people in the Gorbals, they must have made a lot of money. As for "Annies ice cream my grannie would have went off her head if we brought anyone elses ice cream in. And also in one of the past posting someone gave "Greasy Peters" real name, don't know how far back it was some night when I am doing nothing I'll maybe flick through it to see if I come across it. Does anyone remember M&M's the sweetie factory that was in the Oatlands, it was either in Bilboa street or some of the other ones. An old pal of mine Rose "Carlin" McCann got badly burnt on the foot with the boiling sugar she was in the "Vicky" for a while and had to get skin graft done. Rose just passed away in February this year.

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: ameliamckinlay@msn.com
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Anon; I remember the Cosmo. Also there was the Paramount, The Picture House and La Scala, where you could have dinner and watch the picture. Does anyone remember a little newsagent in Hospital St. just around the corner from Cleland St? It was owned by Betty Ford. There was a display of macaroons on the counter, and if you chose one that was pink inside you got it for free. We would stand looking for one for such a long time, that eventually she would throw us out.

Submitted by: Joan
U.S.A.
02/05/08
Email: artandjoan@comcast.net
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Jimmy Haggerty, my emails are coming back as undeliverable, hope all is well. Frank

Submitted by: Frank Ford
Whyalla, South Australia
02/05/08
Email: frankford@sa86net.com
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Hullo to Bernstein ( Billy Bunter) you were in my class at school, you lived just after the bridge in Abbotsford place, just accross the road from me, I do remember you you took a lot of stick pal, I remember your Ma, she was always coming to see Mr Green our Jannie or Mr. Buchanan our head master, she was more in the school than you, a wee joke but near the truth, I was sorry to hear about your experiences, I know I never once offended you, as kids we never quite realised what you went through, but I get your point, seems Ten QUID is trying to give you advise but I am sure hes a million miles away from what you mean but he is only trying to be helpful, but if you ever want to meet up for a chat Im usually having a beer or two in the central Saturdays mid day, I am the one with the biggest nose you ever seen but with a big smile on my jaw let me know, I used to play geories with you, Alan yates, archie bowman, and yer old swag jackie morrison, you used to come in! to Hells Kitchen with your empties. Anybody remember that place? You used to go to the synagoge in Turiff street, I am sure you will remember me, Billy

Submitted by: Billy Malcom
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: Not Supplied
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Anybody remember the Harris family from Abbotsford Lane. Any information would be acknowledged/appreciated

Submitted by: Albert Harrs
Edinburgh, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: yeshe_dorje@yahoo.co.uk
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Hi Rita Moffat, I remember the Rainbow Cafe at the corner of Rutherglen rd. and Moffat St. I recall being in there one day when I was about ten and while I waited for my ice cream pokey hat, a big bruiser of a fella came in and grabbed my face then just walked out without saying a word. Don't know anything about the family who owned the cafe, but we used it any time we had an ice cream treat. Bye

Submitted by: Jean Fairie
Melbourne, Australia
02/05/08
Email: gorbals@aapt.net.au
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I MARRIED THE YOUNGEST MOONEY FROM SURREY ST. DON'T KNOW WHO STEVIE IS BUT GET IN TOUCH AND JOG OUR MEMORY

Submitted by: MOONEY
EAST KILBRIDE, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: BOBBIE.MOONEY@BTOPENWORLD.com
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Does anyone remember the snow ball shop next to the police station on oxford st it was black market peter.

Submitted by: Peter Diver
Oshawa Ont., Canada
02/05/08
Email: peterdiver@rogers.com
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CAMDEN ST. SCHOOL. If any of the following are on line I would dearly love to know if there is a class photograph out there between 1943-1950. the names I remember are as follows-Jean Donnelly, Cathie Duffy, Margaret Ferguson, Greta Greig, Tony Green, Mattie & Betty Kelly, Cathie Lambie, John McCallion, John McGourty, Nessie Marks, Betty McQueen, Sadie Phillps, Robert Purdon, Jean Quigley, Archie Stormonth, Hugh Sinclair, Susan Shankly, Phemie Turnbull, Jim Wilson. Cheers Nan

Submitted by: Nan Cameron
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: partickbelle@hotmail.co.uk
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FAO Jack Duffy Hello Jack I Dont Remember You As You Say Three Years Difference In Age When We Were Teenagers Was A Lifetime. Yes Tam Wilson Was My Cousin The Wilsons Stayed AT 32 Turnlaw St There Was My Aunty Bunty Uncle Harry The Wains Were Sadie Jacky Tam Betty And Harry. When Sadie And Tam Got Married They Both Had Houses In Snowden St. All The Family Went To OZ In The Late Fiftys Tam Died In OZ About Fourteen Years Ago All The Family Returned To Glasgow Only Sadie And Betty Survive They Were At My Seventyith Birthday Party Last Year. Jack I Still Have My Hair But Its Snow White Now. The Duffys I New Were Pat And Jim From Lawmoor St Jim Was At Bonnies With Me I Dont No If YOU were Related Thanks For Mention Jack All THE Best. TAM

Submitted by: Tam Lennie
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: Not Supplied
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FAO Jean Duffy Logan Hello Jean i hope you dont mind me getting in touch with you, as i am trying to get in touch with Tommy Boyle who emigrated to America many years ago, i understand he lives in Boston and i thought you might know as i believe the last time he was home he visited the [HOLY GROUND]. It is so nice to reminisce, i remember when i used to go to Wilsons Jiving there was Tommy, Jimmy Tierney, Smudge, George McCracken a lot of the Cumbie they were great times i have not been to the Gorbals since my dad died but have promised myself a visit it just seems to be in the blood, anyway hope you can help Cathie Meek nee McConnell

Submitted by: C Meek
Glasgow, Scotland
02/05/08
Email: c.meek@ntlworld.com
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My father grew up at 240 Main in the 1930s and 1940s. Family's name was McGarvey...anyone remember them or have info on that address?

Submitted by: Kathleen McGarvey
Winnipeg, Canada
02/05/08
Email: kathleenlegris@hotmail.com
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