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Tracy lawson – Dunfermline
October 24, 2014 - 21:21

going doolally here.is ther a site that I can upload a marriage cert on to see if anyone else can read it. tracing family tree managed to get back to end of 1800. address on cert is 30 villers street. my nana was born in that house. may Henderson her parents were alexander Henderson and Elizabeth ne hugues. looks like few generations grew up in this house. cant get anyone to make out what cert say.

clarence potter – ojai calif.
October 22, 2014 - 23:37

martin, I have been off line for all most a year do to sickness , I be leave I signed up oct. 2006 , I for got my pass word , I loved being on the boards , I am a handicapped veteran an retired ... HELP CLARENCE POTTER

May Cuthbert – canada
October 20, 2014 - 19:20

All interesting. I have also tried to become a member on this site with no luck.. Any reason why?

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Ena – east kilbride
October 23, 2014 - 13:06

I became a member recently and I also have trouble accessing this site. Wonder why.

James Robertson – Melbourne aust
October 19, 2014 - 05:49

hi we lived at 217 castlemilk drive in the 60's would like to hear from someone from that part of Glasgow or have some photo's many thanks james

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beezzneezz1 – glasgow
October 22, 2014 - 21:04

hi James , there is a great page on facebook with lots of photos of castlemilk just look up castlemilk history....hope this helps

Dave Gebbie – Ontario, Canada
October 15, 2014 - 23:20

Used to live at 55 Alander street, emigrated to Canada in 1966..Attended St. Cuthberts and short time at St. Theresa's and St. Agnes's in Lambhill. USEd to go to Locarno and Deniston Paly ..Would love to correspond with former pals and aquaintences...

Email in Canada is Davidgebbie@rogers.com

Marie McIntosh – Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
October 12, 2014 - 16:56

I've just come across your site, while being on a Govan site, my hometown. This is a very interesting site covering all parts of Glasgow. I lived in Govan until I was 11yrs.old, didn't realise there were so many Govanites mourning the loss of our old Tenements. I'm looking for anyone who lived in Nethan Street. I lived near St.Anthony's League Hall, which is the only original building still standing. I attended St.Anthony's School and have been looking for my old friend Marie Crossan or James Sands, (my first boyfriend)!!. My family name is Moody and there were a lot of us lived at 73 Nethan Street, around 1948-59/60. Hope someone remembers us. Thanks.

Tony McGartland – Ireland
October 12, 2014 - 11:18

My grandmothers brother Patrick Joseph Fisher moved to Glasgow in c. 1909 and married in the city in 1915. He raised a family of seven children in Cavendish Street before moving to Warwick Street. He was a barbers assistant and worked in Hospital Street. Would anyone know the name of the barber or hairdresser who practiced there?

Linda Johnston – Perth Australia
October 11, 2014 - 11:39

Hi looking for anyone who went to St Luke's school in the 1960 then on to holyrood until 1969 from the gorbals area ,I live there but I've been in Australia for 35 years ,,I'm looking for Anne Stanton ,,Francis Moss , Anne Coyne Marie Bilsland ,xxx :

robert walker – tronto canada
October 10, 2014 - 18:13

my family the walkers live in cloverbank st ,my father john mcmillan walker joind the army in 1933 camorn he had 6 sister and 4 brothers jimmy robert tommy and joseph girls jessie margret nan jean mary agnes

Ann – West Lothian
October 07, 2014 - 14:18

Hi this message is for CRAWFURD regarding ( Jacks Rolls ) I wonder if you would happen to have any old photos. My Uncle's Father ( Roderick Mackenzie ) Worked there way back when my Uncle was lad. Im assuming Between 1942 - 1970 Maybe. I would be very gratefull if you could maybe email me. You will get me on annmccool65@hotmail.com. Many thanks x

Don C. – Glasgow
October 07, 2014 - 12:03

Can you help me with trying to get Logged into my account I have tried 2 or 3 times, with out any Luck ( HELP REQUIRED )

winni01 – corby
October 07, 2014 - 10:25

Hi I have been researching family, so far I have found that family came from Govan and Anderston. My family from Govan were called Burke and family from Anderston were Mcateer. I have managed to get to early 1900, if anyone has relations who have old memories of thees names from above please let me know thanks

winni01 – corby
October 06, 2014 - 12:31

Hi I have been trying to do family tree, would be grateful if anyone remembers or are descendants of Burkes from Govan or Anderston also the Mcateers from Anderston, the dates run right from early 1900 onwards. The addresses I know were lived in at some point are Wanlock street Govan, Albert street Govan, Victoria street Govan, Helen street Govan. Guest street Anderston. Thanks

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Marie McIntosh – Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
October 26, 2014 - 20:41

Hi, winni01 - corby.

I lived in Nethan St., Govan for 11yrs. While doing my Family History I'm sure Victoria St. was changed to Neptune St. If this is wrong, if You join The Virtual Mitchell Library would show the streets your looking. You just type the name of the street and they'll show a photo of it wi9th the new name. Do you belong to Scotlandspeople.co.uk, you do have to pay but it's not expensive and is great for Glasgow info. or Govan.Goof luck.

Kathy Stanaway – Auckland NZ
September 27, 2014 - 03:20

Hi there dose anyone remember the temple family that live at 11 Ranza Place Provinmill?

GeraldineBrook – Yorkshire
September 23, 2014 - 20:16

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 - 05:24

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 - 16:49

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 - 12:19

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

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Len Inglis – Elgin
October 11, 2014 - 09:04

How old would Stewart be now.?

William (Bill) Jolly – Perthshire
September 16, 2014 - 08:14

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

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Robert Stewart – Toronto
September 28, 2014 - 20:21

Hi Bill, I was in contact with John Stewart (no relation to me) a few months ago and he was , still in Australia. I was in Albert 1952-55.

Michael John – London
September 15, 2014 - 03:23

SOAR ALBA, Glasgow.

Michael.

bill struthers – preston uk
September 13, 2014 - 14:43

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.

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kathy Temple – New Zealand
September 27, 2014 - 03:28

Hi i went to St Mungos school and lived at 3 tennant St Glasgow just around the coner from Kennedy St i remember Franks Shop in Kennedey St do you remember Tennant ST and St Rocks School?

HEAT – Glasgow
September 13, 2014 - 13:37

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 - 07:49

Hi Heat,

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

GG.

Les – Inverness-shire
September 08, 2014 - 15:51

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.

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