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February 2006
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Author:  thegorbals admin [ Mon Nov 26, 2012 4:36 pm ]
Post subject:  February 2006

Would like to know of old neighbours and friends from around gilmour st oatland. Namely the emslie family, the gizzis, the mitchels, alec and gusty kerr, james bradley and harry shaw and the newell and rutherford families and anyone who remembers the bulloch"s from 6 gilmour st all the best from john.

Submitted by: John Bulloch
Leeds, England
28/02/06
Email: john@jbulloch.wanadoo.co.uk
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Looking for on behalf of my mum & dad Irene & Thomas Clifford (nee jones). Her cousin James Jones born 1948 worked or works in the prison service please contact myself if u have any info.

Submitted by: Jacqueline Campbell
Clydebank, Scotland
27/02/06
Email: jacic@hotmail.co.uk To Gorbals Jim from OZ, I have it on good authority, and it is good news, that John McCue is not dead. He was very ill a while back but I hear a mate of his picks him up every now and again on a Sunday and takes him to the Liptons Club in the Gorbals. Thought this would be good to hear....

Submitted by: Gorbals Girl
USA
27/02/06
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I was born in St Francis in July 63, lived in Roseberry St, Regent Street and then at 56 Crammond Street in the Gorbals. Went to St Bonaventures for Primary one. I remember the year they did the experiment with the clocks and it was pitch black going to school. My mother came from Spittal. Ann Haughey and I have been looking for pictures of her for years. Anyone have any? My mums date of birth is 25 May 1942. She went to St Columkills in Rutherglen, her brother is Mick Haughey, Frank and also Robin. The girls are Margaret and Betty.

Submitted by: Karen
Cambuslang, Scotland
27/02/06
Email: karenemckenna@aol.com
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Hi Saw the old Rutherglen Road flats come down. Found some great photos on http://www.inglasgow.com

Submitted by: Dan
Glasgow, Scotland
26/02/06
Email: dan.love170@hotmail.com
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In answer to Jean Sleaford there where 3 pubs in portugal st. I lived there till I was 14 years old there was Ropers and Rosse's bar cant remember name of the other one. I hope this helps you out.

Submitted by: Anne Gordon,
Scotland
26/02/06
Email: nanagee@hotmail.co.uk
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Anyone else feel the same as me in that when you think of the gorbals you can't help thinking about Fr Campion of St Francis and all the great work he carried out for the youth in his time at St Francis?

Submitted by: Stephen Hart
Clydebank, Scotland
26/02/06
Email: stephen.hart1963@ntlworld.com
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Hello just found this site - brilliant! Doing family history and just wondering if theres any reallies oot there. My grandfather was born in the gorbals 57 kings st, his name was morris morgan smith (1899). He married margaret dudgeon moffat at st. johns in portugal st (1919) was pensioned oot the army had a arm blown off. Was a carter, had four weans katie, mary, morris and james (known as james burney) don't know what street they lived on. Had a brother called peter morris, died in 1941 in the royal infirmary - any info gratefully recieved. Thanks dolly

Submitted by: Dolly Kerr
Birmingham, England
24/02/06
Email: dollymadjock@yahoo.co.uk
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F.A.O Mary Blaney nee Warren. Mary I have tried to respond to your email but it keeps boomeranging! If you read this or anyone who knows her please email again i would love to hear from you.

Submitted by: Sandy Warren
24/02/06
Email: lucyluck70@hotmail.com
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Betty Greene - were you married to Martin Curran from Wolseley St and is your brother Chris living or did live in East Kilbride, which I think you might have done yourself? We were raised in Wolseley St and stayed at 188, Roy Ankara the boxers close. Chris might have been my big sister Marion's boyfriend. I met him in East Kilbride and became very friendly with him and his wife about twenty years ago. If it is him I would love to hear from him again. I think you wre related to the Giblin's who lived in Scarrell Terrace Castlemilk

Submitted by: Norrie Ross
Bellshill, Scotland
23/02/06
Email: helnor@hotmail.co.uk
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F.A.O Gorbals Jim - thanks for the info, yes I do remember Terry Kerr, Pimpy Kerr, Cokey Cochran. I did not know Chic McQueen, did he have blonde hair? Cody and Tam Wilson were in my class at school. Good to hear from you, Jack.

Submitted by: Jack Duffy
Basingstoke, England
23/02/06
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Dave Stevenson that wis a pet hate o mine when someday asked wit school do u go ti. A used ti do the nanna are yi a billy or a dan ache f u an stick the nut own them but i hiv grown up a bit since. They daft days ma da a tim my maw a prody cuased me a lot o greif wi them 2 stupid Cs fighting over the invisable man OR woman but ti answere the question camden st. Then bogie n a lived across the street from u. n. u. are rite the rhubarb wis utter kheek then jist think wit the fertilizer wis no blood but plenty bone wife callin me fer dinner think i'll ge it a miss awera best dave

Submitted by: Ten quid
Oz
23/02/06
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Jack Duffy Basingstoke, England Tam Wilson hangin around wi the homos i suspect, Cody Rowantree holding his baldy heed from the bashings it got, John McCue dead the good die young. Artie Austin in usa has Cancer but that wont stop the big yin singin, Pat and Tommy McMenemy twins both dead identical twins died at the same time Frank Wilson, Tarzan same guy heard in usa and Frank McLintock know nothin about him. Remember terry kerr, chick McQueen the older Boyle a good cafe good days then we were young!

Submitted by: Gorbals Jim
Oz
23/02/06
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TOMMY HOUSTON **** I was just looking through the site from 2002 and found your note. I believe you're married to my cousin, CHRISTINE McDERMOTT! I didn't realise you used to live on LAWMOOR STREET. I was born at 291 LAWMOOR STREET in 195_!!! Don't believe we've ever met - but would love to hear from you, CHRISTINE, ANN. Your son thought it was cool that there was a relative of the family in the States. Get in touch, please!

Submitted by: Margaret Bradley
Sacramento, California, USA
23/02/06
Email: ualocal447@jps.net
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F.A.O - Jean Sleaford. I tried to email you at jgcolli@aol.com. but it failed it was info on Portigul street please email me soonest. Regards, Owen

Submitted by: Owen Dougan
Glasgow, Scotland
23/02/06
Email: g132yn@bushinternet.com
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I'm looking to get in touch with roy williams or any1 that knew him. He worked in butlins ayr in 1977 as a swimming coach, I would be so grateful if any1 has any informations at all, thank you

Submitted by: Kelly McCluskey
Airdrie, North Lanarkshire
21/02/06
Email: kellyxx2005@aol.com
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Hi does anyone remember Silverfir Street? Myself and 5 brotherrs and sisters came from there, we all went to bonnies i was the youngest and left Silverfir Street in 1958. I hung about with Rose Douglas (my best school friend) and Mary and Rita McEwan her cousins, there was also Mary Kane who lived up the same close as Rose, Bobby Wilson and the Friels lived up the same close as me number 22. The rag store was on the corner at Caledonia Rd (almost) and alex Aitkens dairy was just round the corner in Caledonia road as well. We all hung about the richmond park and the ducksy where we must have had 500 photos taken. I only have 1 brother left now Chris and we would like to hear from anyone who might remember us. Betty Greene

Submitted by: Mrs E Curran
Glasgow, Scotland
21/02/06
Email: mc009b6801@blueyonder.co.uk
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I'm not from the gorbals - ex Hamilton, but anybody from the gorbals has got to read "BENNY" by John Burrowes? It mentions florence street, no's 17, 85, 99, 103, 107 and 188. If you come from the gorbals it's a must read. regard's eddie.

Submitted by: Eddie Fallon
Walsall, England
21/02/06
Email: eddiefallon@hotmail.co.uk
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My father ROBERT AUGUSTUS MCKISSACK born Nursing Home GORDALS, lived at Wallis Street. Large family - his sister lived at high rise tenements in Gorbals-served on the 'Empress' Clyde River as indentured apprentice, emmigrated to Melbourne Australia at 19 years. Married with four children - Mary, Robert and twins Gordon & Eunice. Served in Australian AIF, Trobruk, Beaugenville Island, any friends/relations with information will be appreciated. Regards Gordon McKissack.

Submitted by: McKissack
Albury New South Wales, Australia
21/02/06
Email: gordell@netspace.net.au
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For the person looking for the photo of the little girl in the wellies - get in touch, I can send you a copy of the photo as I have the book. Hope you see this as I could not get you through your email. And for everyone else this is a great site I only came accross it tonight its a shame there isnt more younger folk on the site. I was born in 1962 and went to st.francis but moved to Cambuslang when I was ten but still think of the gorbals as home as many folk probably still do! Keep up the good work.

Submitted by: Danny Lauder
Oban, Scotland
18/02/06
Email: danny.lauder@dsl.pipex.com
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Can anyone tell me what the pub was called on portugal street and is it still there?

Submitted by: Jean Sleaford,
Lincolnshire
18/02/06
Email: jgcolli@aol.com
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I lived at 47 McNeil Street my Husband lived at No.38. We both remember the Lochrie family. We remember Mary and her husband George Walker emigrating to Canada with their young family I believe Mary took ill on the boat and was ill for some time in Canada, they eventually came back I did not see Mary but saw her husband his hair had turned white. We had married left McNeil Street by then, but I was visiting my Mother when Jackie Lochrie (Marys brother) and Robert Vage who was his next door neighbour came in to tell us all about Canada, can't remember if they left before Mary or after they were very young late teens or early 20s home for a visit. Mary also had a brother James who was a friend of my husbands he was in the R.A.F. during the war. I remember a young sister think we called her Sibby. My husband thinks there was another daughter called Sadie but I dont remember her. Marys Mother was called Molly cant remember her fathers name he was always very smart little man, Think! Mary was a dancer in Queens theatre Glasgow Cross she was a very pretty girl in fact they were a good looking family. Don't know what happened to Marys family when they came back as we had moved to England by then. One thing we can't agree on, the colour of Georges hair my husband says it was dark I thought it was reddish. I remember a little girl with long red wavy hair another pretty girl. Hope some of this info helps you with your family tree. We visited Glasgow last year as I was doing my tree found lots of info. at Mitchell libary and Genealogical Index. GOOD LUCK

Submitted by: Christina & James Philbin
London, England
18/02/06
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I lost my cousin telephone number. Cannot find it through the public telephone directory. I think his number is in someway connected to his T.V. I am sure he uses SKY. Do they have they have their own telehpone directory? Would appreciate any help anyone can give me. Maggie

Submitted by: Maggie White
Toronto, Canada
18/02/06
Email: oldgorbsga@aol.com
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Want to find Rose Ward who lived up Royston Hill in the lane, (1946 -1956) when I left. Mom/Rachel sis Mary/ 2 bros. If you know this person I would like to hear from you, she was my best friend and owing to our circumstances we never did understand that we would never see each other again. So would like to find out what happened to her and what her life was like, as I think about her often, so if anyone knows anything please email me. Thank you

Submitted by: Agnes Ross
Toronto, Canada
17/02/06
Email: rangersross@rogers.com
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Looking for old friends; Mary Daly, Mary McCafferty, Maise McShane, Glenda Webb, Jean Menzies, Ester Kidd, Sheila Fulton, Betty Herbitson, Anna Reilly all from the Gorbals.

Submitted by: Stephen Duff
Edinburgh, Scotland
16/02/06
Email: stevieduff1543@hotmail.com
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Looking for Betty Mangis from Thistle st. old gorbals...stevie duff..

Submitted by: Stephen Duff
Edinburgh, Scotland
16/02/06
Email: stevieduff1543@hotmail.com
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Answer to Lochrie family enquiry about McNeil Street.

Submitted by: Margaret McGettigan Burgdorf
London W6, England
16/02/06
Email: christinaandjaime@btinternet.com
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Johnnie Houghton - please email me. I sent you a note and it was returned, addressee unknown. Where are you living now? Did you flit? Margaret

Submitted by: Margaret McGettigan Burgdorf
Westfield, NJ
15/02/06
Email: Glenmornin@aol.com
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ATTENTION: MR.FRANK HARDIE - Hello Frank. The e-mail you gave on Gorbalslive did not take, I knew the Duddy family very well we were very good friends of all the family, we lived at 62 Lawmoor street. My sister Rene live in Scarborough married to Desmond Lynn they are member of the Celtic supporters club up there, hope to here from you. Yours in Celtic Thomas Kelly Donnelly

Submitted by: Thomas Kelly Donnelly
Brooklyn N.Y, USA
14/02/06
Email: weecheekyman@msn.com
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Does anyone know any details of my Great Grandmother Catherine Coyle and family who lived at 48 Inglefield Street in 1912. she was married to my Great Grandfather Thomas hodgson who enlisted in the Northumberland Fusiliers and was killed in action on 30/10/1917 in St Julien, Belgium. Catherine Coyle had one daughter (Marie) and a son (Thomas Terrence). I am trying to trace back for family history purposes.

Submitted by: Judith McMullen
Carlisle, England
14/02/06
Email: gj.mcmullen@tesco.net
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Born in the Gorbals in 36, right at the cross, looking for friends of mine Hilda and Joice Mitchell heard they married and moved to Canada or any Info of friends who knew us. Thanks

Submitted by: Pat Lynch
Glasgow, Scotland
14/02/06
Email: Glasgopati@aol.com
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Looking for info about Jack Cardiff, Boxer in early 1900's.

Submitted by: Pat Patterson
Media PA, USA
13/02/06
Email: patterson4218@hotmail.com
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I would like any photographs of Brock Road Househillwood please before houses were knocked down. My grandfather James Craig Walker lived at No 4 for many years until his death in th 1960s. I would like to paint a picture of the house or one like it so need the photograph to work from.

Submitted by: David Pickup
Burnley, England
13/02/06
Email: pickup58@mac.com
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I was born in Thistle Street in 1951 to Moira and Matt, have 2 brothers Michael and Charles, and sister Ann. Moved to Merrylee in 1952 and we all went to Holyrood. Interested to hear from anyone who may have known us.

Submitted by: John Campbell
Fife, Scotland
13/02/06
Email: john@hattonlaw.freeserve.co.uk
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This is my new e-mail address. Still trying to contact Rab McGinley and Liz Crum last address Williamson St. Parkhead also any news of Agnes McInally cheers John.

Submitted by: John Bulloch
Leeds, England
12/02/06
Email: bulloch28@fsmail.net
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Looking for a Johnny Kay who had a brother forget the name of the place he came from but it was up the toon and the hospital was near him . He lived with his mother and grandmother, went into the army around 61-62. Love to hear from him friend of the family, he had a cousin in Toronto by the same name who used to live in Euclid Ave... Irene Dumbreck

Submitted by: Irene Dumbreck
Toronto, Canada
12/02/06
Email: scotch_lassie@hotmail.com
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This is a terrific web site I wrote about my pal Freda Alum and she got in touch with me a day later....Im over the moon Thanks Irene

Submitted by: Irene Dumbreck
Toronto, Canada
12/02/06
Email: scotch_lassie@hotmail.com
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I'm looking for the MacIntosh's that stayed in Priesthill. Their Fathers Name was Willie he was my fathers brother Bobby Dumbreck and Cathie My Name is Irene I'd love to hear from them. Sone of there names were Eileen, Morag and William.

Submitted by: Irene Dumbreck
Toronto, Canada
12/02/06
Email: scotch_lassie@hotmail.com
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Im wondering if anybody knows Jim or David Moffatt from 390 Cumberland St as they were my Cousins, would love to hear from them.

Submitted by: Irene Dumbreck
Toronto, Canada
12/02/06
Email: scotch_lassie@hotmail.com
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I'm doing family history and looking for names Clark, McPhee, Munro, Clements, Campbell, McCluskey from the Calton but some moved to other areas, all these names would be related to at least one of the other names. If your amongst these please contact me.

Submitted by: M-Ann
Cana, Canada
11/02/06
Email: gransworld@yahoo.ca
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Would like to hear from anyone who went to St. Bonaventures School. Teachers I remember were wee Joe Rice, mr Berry, Mr Divers and Ms Maguire. Names that spring to mind when in my teens were Tam Wilson, Cody Rowantree, John McCue, Artie Austin, Pat and Tommy McMenemy twins Frank Wilson, Tarzan and Frank McLintock who used to hang about the Piccadilly cafe in Rutherglen Rd. Love to hear from anybody from that era.

Submitted by: Jack Duffy
Basingstoke, England
11/02/06
Email:Not Submitted
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Hi Irene sent you an e-mail about my sister Freda. Tells you more . Take care Alex her brother . x

Submitted by: Alex Alum
Glasgow, Scotland
11/02/06
Email:tankman1151@yahoo.co.uk
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Is anyone familiar with 143 Florence Street? My grannie, Helen (Nellie) Smith lived there until 1962 when she moved to 341 Caledonia Rd, #22E, Block 4. Does anyone have a link to pictures of Florence Street?

Submitted by: Carol Taylor
Marmora, Canada
11/02/06
Email:catcat784@hotmail.com
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My family lived at 108 Sandyfaulds St.in the 40/50s I attended Oatlands school 45/52 & then John St. sen. sec.I have 2 class photos of Oatlands sch. My elder sisters Cathie & Irene also attended both schools. My best friends then were Helen Wilson & Nancy Moffat who lived in Mathieson St.

Submitted by: Anne Ford (nee Boyd)
Ramsey, England
10/02/06
Email:mick.ford17@btinernet.com
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FAO Peter Coyle there is a photo of the bottom end of Nicholson St in one of the Glasgow books,it shows you Grants Standfast whisky building and the corner of Nelson st and the pub and a shop on either side of Nicholson Street. When I was young it was originally called Warwick st then changed its name to Nicholson St.

Submitted by: Amelia McKinlay
Glasgow , Scotland
10/02/06
Email:ameliamckinlay@msn.com
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Hi can anyone remember the MacDonalds that lived at 424 Cumbernald Street up to 1931 Catherine would have been my grandmother had she not died so young her son Ramsay was my father and he was only seven when she died. He then went to live with his aunt and uncle Grace & Peter Jackson in Portugal Street, please do any of these names ring a bell with anyone or is there someone you could ask, I would be very gratefull, I do know there is a cousin Jessie Ramsey who lives in Perth but it would seem she is in poor health and is unable to help me with tracing my family tree.

Submitted by: Jean Sleaford
Manchester, England
09/02/06
Email: Not Submitted
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FAO Amelia McKinlay ( Welsh ) Hi I went to St Johns with a girl called Welsh. I wonder if it was you. I went to Holyrood and left in 1969.

Submitted by: Ann Dignan
Manchester, England
09/02/06
Email: ann.montgomery3@btopenworld.com
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F.A.O Dave Stevenson Toronto Canada - saw your letter i am an old mate of yours from the fifties i am jack duffy a mate of john thomson, bobby higgins, wullie bremner. Please get in touch i remember you had 2 sisters ithink one was called veronica, i also remember your mum and dad clearly. You stayed in the bottom flat and john thomson lived above. I was at 180 caledonia rd facing the gravy i have enclosed my e-mail address also anyone else who might remember me cheers.

Submitted by: Jack Duffy
Basingstoke, England
09/02/06
Email: john.duffy63@ntlworld.com
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My name is Irene Dumbreck went to Adelphie terrace 1956-1959 Would love to hear from any my pals there. I do remember Freda Alum was a good pal of mine among others many a laugh we had. Would love again to hear from anyone and talk about old times. I live in Canada and have lived there since 1960 Irene.

Submitted by: Irene
Toronto, Canada
09/02/06
Email: scotch_lassie@hotmail.com
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Hello all. Can anyone give me any information on a 'Joseph Wall, Newsagent and Tobaconnist' which was in the Gorbals in the 1930s. Jimmy

Submitted by: Jimmy Barclay
Dunn Inverness, Scotland
08/02/06
Email: jimmybdunn@yahoo.co.uk
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Does anyone know of a Harold Wilson who lived in Ronald Road with his parents in 1946/1947? He is a long lost relative and would like to know if he is still alive. I know that Ronald Road no longer is there and is a service station now. I hope someone can help, so thank you all in advance. Anne.

Submitted by: Anne Ross
Farnborough, Hampshire
05/02/06
Email: anne.ross3@ntlworld.com
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Anybody know my father Eddi Friel eighty four and still living in the sooside? In the fifties he played the piano at matinees in the paragon and my uncle willie docherty worked in the paragon, at the time he used to give aw the weans a drink of water. My dad stayed in lawmoor st and my mother was born in mathieson st her maiden name was McAfferty would love to hear from anyone who can place them. Thanking you eddie friel junior

Submitted by: Edward Friel
Glasgow, Scotland
05/02/06
Email: eddyfriel@hotmail.com
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Just reading the site it has been years since I lived in the Gorbals but I still remember some of the places. I was reading the one from Jinty who moved to Drum I did to in 1955, I lived in Adelphi St in the Gorbals then Ladyloan Ave in Drum. I also used to go to Fergus Highland Games as my friends two daughters danced there it was great. I sent an email to you but it was returned feel free to contact me it you like we may have some memories we could share.

Submitted by: Mary Mailer
Toronto, Canada
04/02/06
Email: bawheid@sympatico.ca
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Ten quid, thanks. The gravy was our 2nd home and playground. The women leanin out the lawmoor st. windaes must have laughed themselves sick watching the wars. The rhubarb tasted terrible. Thompson, higgins, bremner, mcfadyen were my pals growing up. What school did you go to? thanks. dave s.

Submitted by: Dave Stevenson
Toronto, Canada
04/02/06
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D WILSON - read the book "A sense of freedom" by jimmy boyle page 77, that is the frank wilson known as tarzan yes short and stocky. Last i heard he was in usa or is he deceased? as many of the boys are now. Sammy was tams brother or so tam told me he was sp booky. Tam is in australia now i dont think sammy had any knowledge of benny lynch more than likely it was jimmy lynch from florance st. Its the age differance between benny - sammy and most boys in the gorbals did boxing not got a clue of the girls except sadie was married to the wilsons her name being sadie kydd? Husbands name billy wilson? Sammy had redish hair, what he had of it and wore thin spectacles when i met him and unlike the other wilsons he was thin and a little taller. What is your mothers maiden name? awera best

Submitted by: GorbalsJim1
UK
03/02/06
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I am in the process of researching my family tree and am trying to trace any information about a relative who we used to visit in florence street in the gorbals. We used to go to their house at the new year in the late 50s early 60s when I was about 10 to 15 years of age. They moved to Hickman Street in Govanhill. Their names were Robert Donnelly and Minnie they had a daughter Jean who married a chap called Davie Young and they stayed about the sinclair drive area of glasgow. Any help appreciated

Submitted by: Robert Donnelly
Kilmarnock, Scotland
03/02/06
Email: stefburgas@yahoo.com
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I'm just starting to research my family history. My dad was George Walker of Crown St. My mum's maiden name was Mary Lochrie of McNeil St. My brothers and sisters all grew up in the Gorbals. If anyone knows anything about my family, I would greatly appreciate any info. Thank you Suzanne McNab

Submitted by: Suzanne (Walker) McNab
Medford NJ, USA
03/02/06
Email: jmcnab1@comcast.net
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I was brought up in Priesthill during the 60s and used to visit my granny Duddy at 40 Lawmoor St. Anyone know the Duddies?

Submitted by: Frank Hardie
Toronto, Canada
02/02/06
Email: frankhardie@bellnet.ca
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To Peter Coyle you will find info re: Gorbals on the Virtual Mitchell Site.

Submitted by: Anne
Ontario, Canada
01/02/06
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Looking for my family WOOD, Robert and wife Christina lived on Inglefield st and other addresses. Children: Charles, Margaret, Elizabeth,James, Robert, Christina, Jessie, Jane, Isabella, Davidina.

Submitted by: Myrlene Wilson
Nebraska, USA
01/02/06
Email: gearran59@hotmail.com
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