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NameTed Taggart
Date2017-08-12
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MessageThanks for the memories was born in wellbrow road Walton just before the war.Some of the sight are awe inspiring and sad as well thanks again Ted T


NameAnne Taylor
Date2017-08-05
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MessageMy Great-Grandfather was a foreman in the factory and he also had one of the houses in the village. The address was then 4, Hartley's Villa's, but when I go on google earth, it takes me to a different address!!! My Grandmother was married from this address in October 1929 and her father, John Flanagan is listed on the marriage certificate as Foreman, Preserve Factory. So I was really pleased to find this site.

Anne


Nametom
Date2017-08-05
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MessageThe two pictures on the Liverpool L20-23 are of coronation Gardens at the bottom of South Road Crosby. They were constructed to commemorate the coronation of King George V1 in 1937/8
They are still there to-day


NameJACQUI MATTHEWS
Date2017-07-18
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MessageHi , I love your website , even more so now ! I have just found a pic of Herbert Hughes P2hotography at Smithdown Place 11-1 71. What a discovery and delight as the 2 photos in the right window are of myself !! I went on to work there , is it possible to get/ buy a copy please? .


NameJean Clough
Date2017-07-12
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MessageGrew up in Delamore Street L4 - anyone out there who went to Wessy or Lamby Road schools!


NameJohn Carroll
Date2017-07-04
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MessageExcellent photos that bring back happy times when all we had to make do and mend and we had respect for each other.


NameMary Hughes, nee Horrigan
Date2017-06-29
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MessageThank you, very interesting site. Today's full article about the cotton trade is especially interesting as my great grandfather, Bernard McPoland, was involved in the trade.


NameBarry Lunt
Date2017-05-30
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MessageThe picture of West Derby Road from Brougham Terrace was actually taken on May 4 1970 and it too is on page 54 of the same book I've just mentioned


NameBarry Lunt
Date2017-05-30
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MessageThe picture of Rocky Lane with no date (the one underneath that of the Everton Water Tower) was actually taken on March 21 1967. I know this because it appears on page 54 of Streets Of Liverpool by Martin Jenkins & Charles Roberts


NameGarry Henesy
Date2017-05-23
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MessageHow do I contribute a school photograph to the site?


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