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GeraldineBrook – Yorkshire
September 23, 2014 - 21:16

Hi just wondering if anyone can give me any information on my mothers family.they were from fruin street possilpark Glasgow
My mother was Sarah Ramsay daughter to William Ramsay & Margaret or Elsie not sure which, she was born 1926 may have known as "Sadie ". Had a brother who died as a baby/childAlso her friend (cousin I think) Agnes ? Married billy wiseman lived quarry known street Parkhead before she died ? early 90's ?

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danny – scotland
September 25, 2014 - 06:24

Hello Geraldine,Ilived across the street from Agnes Wiseman in parkhead,her son David and I were the best of pals,I think Agnes's maiden was chambers.

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cathie kelly – lanarkshire
September 25, 2014 - 17:49

Hi, my cousin is a ramsey she came from allander st in possilpark.her mothers name was annie ramsey she married john nelson from finlas st possil.dontknow if its the same family

donald clark – london
September 22, 2014 - 13:19

hi does anybody have contact details of stewart McKenzie played drums with clewsy and ted waterson ian macmillian looking to speak with stewart thanks

William (Bill) Jolly – Perthshire
September 16, 2014 - 09:14

I have been reading with interest to the discussion under the heading of Albert Secondary School lead by John Stewart and some of his classmates of 1952 to 1957. The discussion seems to have ended in 2008 and I fear that John and many of the others may no longer be with us, but if you are of that vintage I would love to share your memories. I was also in that class 2BF and 3BF in those years and I recognise many of the names mentioned.

Bill Jolly
16 September 2014

Michael John – London
September 15, 2014 - 04:23

SOAR ALBA, Glasgow.

Michael.

bill struthers – preston uk
September 13, 2014 - 15:43

I wonder if there is anybody who remembers St Mungos academy 1951/1954.
I started prep school m3 at stmarys in the carlton , then on to kennedy st , ending up at Duke st , I remember a few teachers , mr Love . mr Smith, a maths teacher who had a party trick of standing his belt upright oh his desk ,but never seen him use it once ..
lorretto for the sports , Bro Conrad headmaster who used to stand out in the street and belt the latecomers, also the mucky cafe where we ate those pies and peas ..
my primary school was St Teresas in Possilpark.

HEAT – Glasgow
September 13, 2014 - 14:37

I can't seem to log on - keeps saying username not recognised - yet my username is in the email I received this morning. Can anyone give me any clue as to why please?

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GG – Glasgow
September 14, 2014 - 08:49

Hi Heat,

I've sent you details of your (new) username and password.

GG.

Les – Inverness-shire
September 08, 2014 - 16:51

Great site.

I'm writing this here as the Feedback Link is broken.

Pity that some street which were in Yoker, Renfrewshire, and which were re-named when north of the Clyde was taken over by Glasgow, have been shown as having been taken into Clydebank (Dunbartonshire). Likewise some Yoker Streets are shown, incorrectly, as having been in Scotstoun.

Nita McEwan – Sittingbourne, Kent
September 08, 2014 - 16:22

Hi I am trying to trace James (Jim) McEwan he once lived at 106 Claythorn Street, Calton. He had a brother Adam and a sister Isabelle. I would be very grateful for any information on Jim or any other family members. Many thanks.

BrendaLP – Middlesex
September 03, 2014 - 21:12

I know this is a long shot, but I am still trying to find my sister, Sheila Anderson, born in Homelands on 8 July 1948 to Elizabeth Russell Anderson. Sheila was formally adopted a year later by a couple who lived in Springburn Road. I don't know their surname, but Sheila's name was changed to Moira. He adoptive father had worked for North British Railways but worked as an insurance clerk at the time of her adoption. Sheila/Moira got married in Drumchapel in 1970 and divorced a couple of years later. Not much to go on, I know, but someone must have gone to school with her, worked with her or knew her family.

Derek Martin – corby
August 23, 2014 - 02:32

I would like to get in touch with any pupils attended in 1970/1990.

jim steen – toms river, nj
August 22, 2014 - 12:12

After my old pc went down I lost the friends I had made I Canada and some places I Scotland. Would be nice to hear back from them. Thanks.

paterson – midlothian
August 17, 2014 - 21:08

Does anyone know relations of Jeanie Anderson nee Smith she was a glasgow clippie and stayed in Darvel street Nitshill then moved to Newton mearns when she married David.Think she may have 2 sisters and a brother John.

Geoff – Inverness
August 13, 2014 - 20:36

RE the independence debate. It gives me so much pleasure to watch the panicking Scottish "Better Together" MPs crying as they watch the Westminster and Euro Parliament gravy train leave the station. It is not about what is better for you, me or Scotland, their only concern is themselves and their careers. Without Westminster and the EU most of them will be on the dole.

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michael foley – clydebank
September 17, 2014 - 14:46

Hello Geoff I suspect you have never been made redundant. They are facing redundancy by actions instigated by their own countryman. An action not far removed by those Scots who fought with the Duke of Cumberland at Culloden.

Stephen Fairley – Glasgow
August 05, 2014 - 14:40

Wondering if any Former Pupils of St Alphonsus at the Gallowgate are on the site. I was lucky enough to finish P7 in the last year it was open (1979). Stephen F.

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Anne McAlaney – Melbourne, Australia
September 14, 2014 - 14:19

Hi Stephen,

I went to St. Alophonsus up until P5, then my family and I moved to Townhead. My friends where Annamaria Maley, Louise Spence, Patricia Gormley.

Tam – Gladgow
July 30, 2014 - 21:08

Dees of the Trongate Have all your 60s & 70s shoes they are situated at Argyle Street.

Samantha – Ontario
July 28, 2014 - 09:17
Glasgow Games

Just loving watching the Commonwealth Games in my home town!

carl hardin – standish lancs uk
July 24, 2014 - 14:27

Trying to trace the Roger family (Patricia Rogers (Hardin)+ Jack Rogers). We lived at 41 Nelson St Tradeston Glasgow 1944 then I moved to the states in 1946 and lost track of the family. anyone out there that has any info. It would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks

Johnd790 – Preston
July 23, 2014 - 21:19

Thanks so much for sharing the excellent photos!

joan sexton – kirkcaldy fife
July 23, 2014 - 16:16

trying to trace the Cassidy family who lived at 134 Houston street kinning park I know area was demolished in 1970s William and Margaret Cassidy lived there and other family members were there in 1912 any information would be appreciated

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Pat – canada
August 19, 2014 - 19:38

Hello Joan,

Just read your posting, to-day is 8/19/14. I now live in Canada but, when I lived in Perth Australia, in the 60's. I met a couple called Cassidy, Bill, sorry his wife's name escapes me at the present. However what I can tell you is they lived in the Scarborough Area, WA. Maybe you can check out the phone book. Just a thought you never know could be a long lost relative. Being you live in Perth W.A. thought I would mention it, I lived in Perth for 3 years I am sure it is all changed now have never been back since I left, good luck, Pat in Canada.

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Pat – canada
August 19, 2014 - 19:44

Hello Joan,

So sorry I just sent you a message but I got the Country wrong, it was the posting underneath your Name that was from Perth WA. I visited Kirkcady this summer enjoyed my visit to the U.K. and the weather was beautiful hope you can maybe find some of your relatives. My aunt's used to live in Houston St and Avon St also, in the 50's though.

tommar – Perth, Australia
July 23, 2014 - 03:11

Anyone in Glasgow n areas have an old pair of terry shoes, as I wish to get a pair made if pheasable, will either get copies sent or if an old pair is sewnt will post back, thanks very much in advance

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pawpaw – Milton of Campsie
August 03, 2014 - 11:08

Terry shoes are all my husband wore and every time he buys shoes he asks about them no luck wish I could help can c then not a brogue but plain round toe with stitching round it.

jackie mc neil – glenrothes
July 21, 2014 - 20:36

hi I posted earlier about the band from Priesthill Glasgow and forgot to mention the name of the band it was The Unknown. cheers jackie

jackie mc neil – glenrothes
July 21, 2014 - 20:07

Hi does anyone remember a wee band from Priesthill Glasgow. I Jackie McNeil was the lead singer with Andy Borland on guitar James Murray on drums Colin Glover on lead guitar and Gordon Jackson on bass. We were around about the mid sixties.

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