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Bobbie McCabe – Wemyss Bay
November 10, 2019 - 14:24

I'm wondering if anyone here knows if there is an archive for St.Joseph's RC school (boys) for the years 1905-07? I'm trying to trace my grandad's steps when he lived at 62 Woodside Road as a wee boy, possibly from 1902-08.
Any info would be much appreciated.
Bobbie McCabe

tom nicholson – canada
November 07, 2019 - 05:12

anyone know dorothea paton of scapa st cadder.or tommy gordon trio of annisland.eric higgins of rutherglen.will all be 70 to eighty now i lived at 28 oran st and then moved to cadder 74tresta rd

tony onslow – Liverpool
November 04, 2019 - 19:45

The Everton Heritage Society and attempting to contact any decedents of Robert Parker who was born - 1896 - at Denmark Street in Possil Park. He is lying in an unmarked grave at Lamb Hill Cemetery and we are planning to erect a headstone on the lair. We have permission from Glasgow Council to do so and would like any of his relations to attend.

Kenny – Glasgow
October 09, 2019 - 08:17

HI anyone know Sheena Campbell she lived in Drumry Rd East and worked in the office
of Beaties Biscuits in Drumchapel 1960s/70s Thanks

Janice Garrerr – HaMILTON
September 17, 2019 - 14:39

Hi I was born in 90 Northinch Street, my maiden name is Paterson
does anyone remember my parents Joan And Bill Paterson What was the model building used for? We moved to Drumchapel 1956
Thank You

Sheena Niven – East Kilbride
September 01, 2019 - 12:03

Hi, like everyone else at the moment Im doing my family tree. My dad was born in 1927 and brought up in Kennedy Street, Townhead. Archie Crighton he had 3 brothers Jimmy, Willie and Alex and a sister Mima. Anyone remember any of them or anything about the area at that time. Much appreciated

Sheena Niven

Bobby Howie – Knightswood
August 04, 2019 - 23:38

I noticed pictures of old Whiteinch and there was one taken in a back of 1170 Dumbarton Road. The closes there were known as "The gangway because each landing had a row of flats and the picture I seen next the stairway showed a woman's dress hanging over the railings and a tartan shirt. Was back in the fifties and those two items were my mother and father's items. Felt stunned seeing that and recalled them being hung up to dry.As a boy up to the age of 11 when we moved before the three gangway closes were demolished I loved Whiteinch to bits. Was in the 234rg Glasgow Life Boys at nearby Gordon park church but as moved when I finished I at 12 had to join a BB company nearer yy new home. In July 2018 walking along near Bellahouston park for an event a man stopped me and asked if my name was Bobby Howie and had I went to Whiteinch Primary!

I loved the trams (my mother had been a conductress during the war) and several years ago using a brilliant railway simulator programme I built the whole of the old Glasgow tramway and actually walked every former route at nearly 140 miles. I was also proud of my uncle Tom as he was a tram driver back then. Thought it a great place to live and a compact population and for all that there were slums in parts as I grew I had to watch my Whiteinch gradually diminish. My longest job was in the Education Dept and one of the longest "school boards" in the city! Also served as a JP in the District Court. Lived now in Knightswood for decades but every time I pass along Dumbarton Rd reminds e of a great place to live.

Jean Lawson nee Doull – Australia
August 03, 2019 - 00:36

Dalglish Jive - 1964/66
from the Briggit
now Australia

Love to contact Betty Kelly - married John ? from Panmure Street,Glasgow
Love to contact Christine Lowry/Lowrie, lived Castlemilk
Thx Jean Lawson nee Doull

kate – motherwell
August 02, 2019 - 13:57

hi im looking for susan rafftery of possilpark and an Arthur Richards of barmullach any info would be gratefully appreciated

joe totten – southampton hants
August 01, 2019 - 18:04

READ YOUR POST please don't think IM rude my grandparents lived at

Bobby Craig – England
July 29, 2019 - 11:48

I lived in Eaglesham street all through the 60s, I have a brother Hughie Craig, my cousins are Tommy and John Craig from Middlesex street, does anyone remember me ?

Thomas healy – Craigend
June 17, 2019 - 20:21

Hi I was born in number 21 denmilne st in 1973 and went to st Colette primary anybody around then I'm trying to get old photos of the square at top of hill any help from

chrissie – Walsall
May 22, 2019 - 10:13

I researching my family tree from both sides of my parents, my father was Thomas Bell and lived at 92 arnprior road Castlemilk, with his rather large family 9 brothers and 1 sister. any photos memories would be fab.

My mum on the other hand is not as easy, i have managed to get as far as my great grandfather but then they all seem to vanish off the face of the earth.
Her name was Lowrie McClymont and had 1 sister and two brothers, Ann, John and Thomas.

i am not sure where they grew up but i will not give up until i do.

Jo MacPherson – Cumnock, East Ayrshire
May 08, 2019 - 08:28

Looking for any info on the following: Mother and Baby Home, Atholl House, Partickhill Road, Glasgow - specifically any info from anyone who stayed there; worked there; or was born there - between 31 May 1952 and 21 July 1952. My own mum was born 31 May 1952, to birth mother called: Jessie Muirhead Deans Gardner (poss. address, at some point: 15 Margaret St, Whifflet, Coatbridge). Then, either just after, or just prior to, my mum's birth, she and Jessie (her birth mother) stayed in Atholl House - until my mum was officially adopted on 21 July 1952. Other info I have been able to source so far is: Jessie Gardner was a housemaid at time of pregnancy; she was born 24/06/1926; Jessie's parents were: George Gardner and Sarah Hassell; her paternal grandparents were: John Gardner and Jessie Muirhead; and her maternal grandparents were: John Hassell and Rebecca Adams. After giving birth on 31/05/1952, she gave my mum the name: Josephine Gardner. No biological father's details listed on any paperwork sourced up to now. Few other addresses listed within paperwork incl., 51 Cobden St, Glasgow; 253 Duke St, Glasgow; 3 In....(?) St, Lauriston. But, I've now found myself at a 'dead-end' reg. any other available registered info/details. My interest in this story is purely out of curiosity and my 'family tree' which has some, potentially, really interesting, but still v much, unknown, 'story-branches' on it...currently missing some info. And I would absolutely love to hear from anyone who may be able to fill in some of the 'blanks' to this part of my 'family tree'. x

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Jean mcguire – Glasgow
September 04, 2019 - 17:25

253 duke street was the hospital I was born in 1963 my maternal great grandfather was also called George gardner

Mary Munn Trotter Strang – Kirkintilloch
May 04, 2019 - 13:50

I lived in Baltic Street Bridgeton Glasgow, attended Dalmarnock School then John Street S Secondary. I have fond memories of my childhood friends, however have lost touch and would welcome the opportunity to communicate with them. Having said this Im now 70 Years old and hoping there I are some people around who remember me?
My Auntie Millie had a shop in Baltic Street, my Grannie lived above Adams chip shop, we lived next door. My name is Marie T.

John Strang – East Dunbartonshire
May 04, 2019 - 11:53

I was brought up in186 Pendeen Road Barlanark, Id be interested to find out how people I grew up with are doing. My name is John Strang, left Barlanark after getting married in 1968.
Have fond memories of the years I lived in Barlanark😃

danny o Connell – Oshawa ontario Canada
April 05, 2019 - 03:03

Any Electrician around who worked for R.A.Ure in Andeston

Danny – Oshawa Canada
April 05, 2019 - 02:50

Does anyone know .. Anne Mowat from Raglan street???

Karen hutchison – Castlemilk
March 26, 2019 - 01:19

Seen some one write about Hutchie far bogan terrace castlemilk late 80s 90s
Still lived castlemilk would love to hear from anyone who new him party mad bennigans

James D'Arcy – Glasgow
March 18, 2019 - 19:40

My name is James D'Arcy the son of Peter D'Arcy .I believe he is related to the Rollands and the Halfpennys from Maryhill I recently found out that Margaret Rolland was looking for my dad and the rest of her cousins ,any information would be appreciated

Adelaideboy –
March 12, 2019 - 18:28

Wondering if anyone knew the Price family who lived at 6 Torr street in Possil. Margaret was a clippie on the trams and left to get married to James McDonald in April 1943. They moved to 13 North Wallace street in Springburn I think. Thanks

johnny miller – cumbernauld
February 20, 2019 - 14:55

does anyone know the whereabouts of davie mathieson who stayed at 21craigendmuir street Blackhill I would love to meet up with him again we where the best of pals 55years ago he had a few brothers and sisters his younger sister was called hellen brothers jim gus and johnny to name a few hope to hear from someone who can help me .

Matthew Morrison – Vancouver
February 07, 2019 - 18:56

Worked for Fleming Bros in the 60s then Holorib. Laurie Ross or John Hamilton?

Eddie Fallens – Australia
February 06, 2019 - 07:46

In the late 50 s I paled about with a lad from Glebe Street Townhead who used to visit my home Town of Cowie near Stirling to visit family. his name was Tom McCaferty anyone know of him or what happened to him

Neil MacLeod – Germany
January 06, 2019 - 22:42

The names of the 3 pupils who died on the way back from Iona were:

Sandra McAlpine
Patricia Cochrane
William Hughes

Sandra and Patricia went to Carntyne Primary before Smithy: Patricia was in my class (Mr. Strachan) and sat behind me, Sandra was in Miss Holly's class. William went to Haghill Primary.

I am sorry, but I cannot remember the name of the teacher accompanying the school trip who tragically lost his life, too.

Hope this helps you!

Anne McGhie – Prestatyn North Wales
January 04, 2019 - 19:11

Looking for Joan, Katherine or Jim Kerr. Mum was Mary nee McGhie. Lived in Pollok round the corner from their Nan and Grandad Nat and Mary McGhie who lived on Meiklerig Crescent. Cousin Anne looking for them Thanks

Heather – Blackhill
January 03, 2019 - 11:38

Hi my name is Kerr my granny had 14 kids does anyone remember them

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johnny miller – cumbernauld
August 05, 2019 - 05:54

did your granny stay in acherhill street and did she have a daughter called Maggie how married a willie marshall they stayed next door to me in craigendmuir street

alex – edinburgh
November 19, 2018 - 15:59

How do you register? Cannot progress past CAPTCHA - think it's out of date - any thoughts as to how a new member can bypass this ?

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