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Caroline – Ireland
August 19, 2016 - 15:43

Hi, I'm trying to trace my family history. I wonder if there is anyone that knows anything about the Wedgeworth family. Thomas, Caroline and children, Thomas, James (his boat was torpedoed in world war 2) and John. They lived at Cedar Place Glasgow. Many thanks.

Marie McIntosh Nee Moody – Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
August 12, 2016 - 18:57

Hi there,

I don't know any of your Family, where did you live in Govan? I lived at 73 Nethan Streetwhich part of Govan did you stay. I moved when we were 11 to South Nitshill, Pol lok. Inside toilet and hot water. No more tin baths in the living room. If you want to chat about anything; Govan childhhood, school, I went to St.Anthonys' and everything inbetween. Bye.

Marie McIntosh Nee Moody – Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
August 12, 2016 - 18:47

Hi everyone,
Just joined today. I used to live at 73 Nethan Street/Hamilton Street. Doing my Family History and searched everywhere for a photo.sketch etc, of top end of Nethan Street near the St.Anthony's League Hall. I've got a couple from Galbraiths end, from The Mitchell Li brary, but stuck for the moment. I didn't know FR. had closed down. Can anyone remember a site to do with areas of people where you could get in touch with them. I've forgotten, but maybe ring a bell with someone I'm just away to Google it. If I find I'll pop back and let you all know.

Lynda Conte – Melbourne, Australia
August 10, 2016 - 01:22

Hi. I am searching - on behalf of my father William (Bill) Gorman - for anyone who attended St Mungo's Academy circa 1946-1948. I would love to surprise him with names and photos from his time at the school.

killie girl – Kilmarnock
August 08, 2016 - 22:01

Hi It's been a while since I have been on here, I was a member of the sunnygovan forum, till the changed it, and it was impossible to get back on if you forgot your pass word..lol I was brought up in Maryhill, till I was 6, then moved to Govan, till I was 18 ,, I have looked for my best maid May Wallace for a long time, without any luck, she came from, Balgraybank street and left for Canada in 1973, does anyone recognize her '' hope to hear from someone.

Anne – Queensland, Australia
July 30, 2016 - 12:10

Hi, I have been trying to trace 2 ancestors in the 1911 census. One died in 1940s and the other 1951. They married in 1909 in Glasgow, and died in Glasgow. During WW1 they were living in Ronald Street. They were William and Margaret Salmond (nee McKerrall). Also known as Bill and Maggie I believe. Would Ronald Street have had a different name in 1911 or does any of those names ring bells? I was hoping the 1911 census may have told me if they had had any children. Another ancestor died in 1913 at 495 St Vincents Street. She was Jane Boak Gartshore/Aitken/Salmond. She was William's stepmother and was living with her daughter's family - the McIntyres.

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Danny Harris – South Lanrkshire
August 02, 2016 - 22:38

Hello Anne

If you Google, The Glasgow Story, you will be able to see the name of every Tenant who lived in Ronald Street, during 1913-14. They have a record of the Glasgow Valuation Roll for that period.

I have had a look but couldn't find any Salmonds listed.

Regards

Danny Harris

Andy – England
July 23, 2016 - 15:27

Does anybody remember Froggy the teacher at Sir John Maxwell secondary school??

Silvana Paramasivan – London
July 18, 2016 - 09:55

I am looking for photos of seamore street maryhill glasgow were I grew up

Valencia Francis – Lowood, Queensland, Australia
July 12, 2016 - 05:18

Hi. I am in Australia and doing my family history. My relative Jane Allan lived in Gallowgate St, Glasgow. Can anyone tell me anything about this street in the 1880's please. Thanks

Valencia Francis

Irene ROY – NSW, Australia
July 02, 2016 - 18:16

G'day, I was in Glasgow in April 2016, didn't get much time to look around, my great great grandfather was Campbell Roy, born in 1808, lived in Gallowgate Rd, Glasgow with his grandmother Mary Roy, around 14yrs old worked with his uncle William ROY as a housepainter ...
Got in a bit of trouble at 14yrs old & spent a couple of month in goal, when he was 16yrs old got in a bit more trouble for stealing wet clothes off a line, in the company of James Bell & another boy (but can't think of his name atm) Campbell got transported for life to Australia in 1824 on Sir Charles Forbes ship ... we don't have a name for his mum ... his dad could have been Charles Roy who died in the West African Wars 1819 .... been looking to find some family for years but can't find any, his trial paper just have his grandmother & uncle, there is 8 - 9 generations of us in Australia ... would just love to find our Scottish roots ... he & his wife only had 1 child Timothy Charles Roy ... his mum Anne Honeyman died in child birth at 17 yrs old, she came from Fife .... her dad was a convict, William Honeyman but her mum Jean (Ogilvie) Honeyman came out as free settlers to join William when he had finished his time ... while they were on there way to Australia, William died ... so if anyone can help us find our ROY family that belongs to Campbell ROY, we would be over the moon
Irene X

Lorraine Dempster – Fife
June 05, 2016 - 21:52

Hi I am interested in catching up with any of the people I went to school with. I attended St Claire's in Easterhouse from 1959 to 1966 then went to St Leonard's in Easterhouse till 1969 my family moved to Fife when I was 17 if anyone can remember me and would like to reminisce that would be great my maiden name is Lorraine Dempster.

Joanne Smart – Glasgow
June 01, 2016 - 14:50

Does anyone remember Sol Byron and The Impacts? Does anyone have a picture of the group or Sol Byron who I believe was Billy Lockhart?

Elizabeth irvine – wales
May 30, 2016 - 01:53

Hi I'm looking for my father named william irvine from the glasgow area. His parents lived in thornlie bank in glasgow. He should be between the age of 59-66 years of age. Was in the highland fusiliers maybe about 40 year ago. Any info would be appreciated x

scotty555
May 01, 2016 - 07:04

Hi there i think i was one of 'the mob'that drank in the bier keller on union st - does anyone remember donald noble ? one of his mates was steven mcgourlay? i'm janet, was married to donald and moved to australia, have fond memories of that pub - chico, sneeky pete, chou pahrot, a band called the bears (donald was the drummer) sandy, nigel and alistair were the 4 bears, sometimes played in the amphora???
i remember drinking in the burn's howff when maggie bell and frankie miller would pop in and jam with whoever was playing that night - great days! and nights!!

Patty Cosby – Coventry England
April 26, 2016 - 08:22

I'm searching for my brother whose name before he was adopted was Brian James Bain dob 12th May 1956 born 92 Doncaster Street Maryhill Glasgow. Mother Mary McLeod Barclay (maiden name) Bain. Any information would be grateful.

Also searching for Andrew McCaw father William McCaw worked for the railway, they lived in Killearn Street in the 1940 '50s could of been before that as well?
I was told Andrew was brought up by an aunt at another address in Killearn St.
Would like to have info or photo's of family.
Thanks Patty

mary rodgers – NSW
April 25, 2016 - 22:54

Sadly Friends reunited has shut up shop.

Holly – Glasgow
April 24, 2016 - 13:03

I'm a Product Design student at the Glasgow School of Art, and at the moment I'm working on a project in the East End of Glasgow. I feel the East End is given a really bad reputation in the media, yet when I've been speaking to locals they are actually very proud people, and have a great sense of community.

When I've been researching I noticed extensive use of buses in the area, and so I though I could somehow use this in my design, maybe as form of transportation of news or local stories. Essentially I want to give more power to locals and give them more of a voice.

It would be great if people could tell me a story, an experience, a thought, and opinion or some news. Even one or two sentences would be very helpful! I want to know more about the East End!

Thanks,
Holly

John Hager – New York, US
April 13, 2016 - 09:14

Does anyone know what happened to my old school on Friends-reunited website?... Our Lady & St. Margarets on Stanley Street, Kinning Park.

The actual school no longer exists.

The FR page was once a thriving , with a great history, and hundreds of former students listed, but alas it is no longer on Friends-reunited. Enquiries to the Friends-reunited Help site have drawn a blank. Thanks for any information.

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Weemarie – Essex
April 21, 2016 - 22:02

John. Friends reunited is no longer in operation. You might find your school on Facebook. Good Luck.

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Michael McAree – Glasgow
August 06, 2016 - 23:35

The primary school is not there John but the big junior secondary is still standing as a business centre. I left in 1956. I lived in Seaward Street. Michael
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Stacy Ohara – Bridgeton g40
April 04, 2016 - 15:53

Hi in looking to speak with a ladie called isobel mckay lived on ardencraig road roughly 1979. Fathers name duncy, cousin Karen & friend named jackie. He mother worked in butchers on Victoria road back in 1979. Think she also had younger sister but not sure of a name. To get a helpful reply would be truly appreciated. Many thanks

shell – kent
April 01, 2016 - 17:52

I am searching my dads family, his grandparents Mary Ann Thompson nee Brown and her husband John lived in 41 Hamilton St Govan they married in 1882 Govan they had 8 children but only 6 lived in the 1911 census William was 26yrs, John was 21yrs, Elizabeth sometimes known as Lizze (who was at that time no longer living there) was 24yrs, Mary Ann was 18yrs known as Annie on census, Charlotte was 12yrs and James (my Granddad) was 6yrs old, they all born in Govan and brought up there with their kids. John Thompson died in 1906. John Thompson parents were Elizabeth and William Thompson (she would be known as Eliza) their children were William, john (Mary Ann husband), Joseph, James and Catherine all born in Ireland. Only one I know that came to Govan was John and Mary Ann. I have been told Elizabeth ie Lizze wed into the Lee Family. I know its along shot but would love to know any info on what happened to them or the family years after to today. Thank you x

robert robertson – oshawa ontario canada
April 01, 2016 - 13:44

Im looking for a few old friends i lived @ 78 killearn str. possil i had two friends that im looking for that lived 1 street over from me i cant remember the name of it # 1 freind is robert johanson he lived around the bottom of the street & the other lived @ the top of the street his name is robert stevenson also looking to contact the hockey family who lived on killearn street and also a charlie green who also lived on killearn str. can anyone help me?
thx.tHX

robert robertson – oshawa ontario canada
March 31, 2016 - 17:14

my name is Robert Robertson I lived @ 78 killearn st. in possil I am tying to find a couple of friends #1 Robert Stevenson who lived 1 steet over from killearn str. and #2 Robert Johanson lived on the same street Stevenson lived up @ the top and the other lived down @ the bottom they were very good friends of mine can anyone help me?

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Colin keaney – Glasgow
June 09, 2016 - 00:53

There's a Facebook page called " I was brought up in possil " , someone there will know them

Willie Greenshields – Strathaven
March 31, 2016 - 07:31

I was born in Kenmore St, Shettleston in 1949 and attended Wellshot Rd Primary School until 1957 when we moved to East Kilbride. I don't really recall much about Kenmore St save for the 'bottle works' which was located at the top end of the street near to Old Shettleston Road. My uncle, John Taylor worked there. When I 'grew up' I joined the police and luckily for me I was posted to the east end of Glasgow. As happy as a pig in s**t. I spoke the language and knew exactly what the bad guys were all about. There were so many really decent folk there and they greatly outnumbered the dross. East end folk were simply the best. I retired a few years ago and wrote some books about my life as a cop back then. If I had the opportunity I'd go back and do it all over again. Glasgow can be a bit 'rough and ready' but nowhere I've ever been matches it, the people have made it what it still is. The finest.

Robbie
March 25, 2016 - 14:08

I am looking for a family that lived on Carillon Road in 1955. The family used to look after my mum. They were known as Aunty Peggy & Uncle Bob. I think they had children Don and Ann. I guess it was that street because there was an accident outside their house where a man was struck by a slate from the roof in Feb 1955, which my mum recalls. If anyone can help, please get in touch. Thanks

Tracey tebbutt – Australia
March 22, 2016 - 23:59

Looking for I think Denny young
Or john Denny
He knew my mum Caro murphy from gallow hill paisley

Roseann (Slavin) Holliday – USA
March 21, 2016 - 02:19

I grew up in Glenmuir Drive Priesthill Does anyone remember the Slavins? I remember the Pollocks in my close Buchanans, Trainors or Traynors? Sheridans, Leslies,

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