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downloading oldies from the 50s/60s by frank delamere (Member 10041389) on 15-May-2003
can anyone tell me how to download for free any music from the following.
slim whitman, charlie pride, hank williams,
patsy cline, connie francis, ruby murray.
all help gratefully received. frank
  
  • Re: downloading oldies from the 50s/60s by Margaret Houghton (Member 10084855) on 28-May-2003
    Try Bearshare,com just type in names of artists you are bound to find them there

  • Re: downloading oldies from the 50s/60s by frank delamere (Member 10041389) on 16-Jun-2003
    margaret, "thank you" frank

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Jack Millingtons. by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 30-Apr-2003
Hi out there anybody from Jack's place in the mid fifties, some that I can remember are,Frank Moorcroft lil Frank Alan Chisholm Allan Ross Betty Burns & red head Betty Barbara Tanner Walter Logey Ann ?instructor Pat McElhinny Brian Swift Mary Farrel NIck. this issam may who married Enid Tabrah we came to Canada in 1965 & we will be visiting bootle next year & it wood be nice to say hi Sam & Enid   
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Looking for the Prestons. by Sheila Graham (Member 10000762) on 29-Apr-2003
I saw a message with the name Preston and it reminded me of someone I grew up with. If anyone knows of the Preston girls..Ann (Jones), Joan, Betty, Glynis (unsure of the name, is the 'baby')
There is seven girls and we all lived in Ainsdale Road, off Fernhill Road..Thanks, Sheila Graham
  
  • Re: Looking for the Prestons. by Sheila Graham (Member 10000762) on 6-Aug-2003
    Hi Anne, I had forgotten Margaret and Gwen was the baby of the family, not Glynis as I first posted. I don't recall Murphy living in Ainsdale Road, perhaps they moved in after we left. I went to Roberts School..I left in 1959. Would you happen to know where Margaret lives now? I would love to get in touch with her sister Ann. Thanks for your reply.....sheila.g.

  • Re: Looking for the Prestons. by Sheila Graham (Member 10000762) on 28-Aug-2003
    Hiya Anne, I can't recall Elsie Smith. I am in touch with someone from my class at Roberts I shall her if she remembers her. Sheila.G.

  • Re: Looking for the Prestons. by Sheila Graham (Member 10000762) on 16-Sep-2003
    Anne, was your sister Margaret older than you? Was she interested in art and did she go to Roberts school? sheila.g.

  • Re: Looking for the Prestons. by Sheila Graham (Member 10000762) on 12-Nov-2003
    Did Margaret go to Roberts School in the late 50s...Something else I remember, she had siblings who are twins and she came from a large family...Are you from the same family? sheila.g.

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Easycar hire by Margaret Houghton (Member 10084855) on 27-Apr-2003
We are coming to England early June a pilgramige to our hometown we are thinking of hiring a car from Easycar but have heard some weird stories about the over excessive charges on return of car .Iwould like to know if anyone out there can verify this or better still tell methat they are a good firm to hire from.Thanks Margaret
ps you van reply here or my e.mail at muffy1@tpg.com.au Thanks in anticipation Margaret
  
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Bootle Rosebud Competition at "auntie Margarets" by Jacqueline (Member 10094822) on 25-Apr-2003
Does anybody remember these weekly competiions? I was the winner of this competition in 1967 or 1968
I would love to get hold of a photo that was published in the Bootle Times. I was crowned by the local magistrates wife. ? Vera Preston or similar.I would be willing to pay any costs to obtain a print to show my children. Big Thanks.
  
  • Re: Bootle Rosebud Competition at by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 30-Apr-2003
    Hi Jacquline.you could try going to newspapers at news .com uk, & find the bootle times &ask for the arcives & they will give you a copy from the info that you give them . let me know how you get on Sam

  • Re: Bootle Rosebud Competition at by Jacqueline (Member 10094822) on 29-May-2003
    Hi Sam no joy with details you gave. Any other ideas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Re: Bootle Rosebud Competition at by p.barkers (Member 10100241) on 10-Jul-2003
    Crosby Library have bootle times and herald on microfilm the also have reader printers so if you wish to print off a copy you can staff are very helpful

  • Re: Bootle Rosebud Competition at by Jacqueline (Member 10094822) on 18-Jul-2003
    Many thanks will give it a try.

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Florence Otter , from Gray street or Peel road, Bootle by Curtis McManus (Member 10089918) on 3-Apr-2003
Trying to contact Florence Otter from Gray Street or Peel Road , Knowsly Road area of Bootle , lives with Teressa and 3 kids ,one 10 other two are half cast aged about 7 , go's in the Queens pub on Knowsly Rd , any help appreciated , if you no her address let me no so I can write to her as Im a long way from Liverpool ! cheers , Curtis at /// curtis12@btinternet.com 0116 2854782...   
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Florence Otter , from Gray street or Peel road, Bootle by Curtis McManus (Member 10089918) on 3-Apr-2003
Trying to contact Florence Otter from Gray Street or Peel Road , Knowsly Road area of Bootle , lives with Teressa and 3 kids ,one 10 other two are half cast aged about 7 , go's in the Queens pub on Knowsly Rd , any help appreciated , if you no her address let me no so I can write to her as Im a long way from Liverpool ! cheers , Curtis   
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Bailey Drive Sunday school by Emma (Member 10080317) on 1-Apr-2003
Anyone remember the church (Presbyterian ?) on Bailey Drive. I used to go to Sunday School there in 1940/50s and the pastor was a Mr Willan (?spelling) I suppose it has now long gone.
Bailey Drive was a 2 - lane busy road then - I would guess its a major highway now?
  
  • Re: Bailey Drive Sunday school by simon jones (Member 10083842) on 9-Apr-2003
    church is still there. I went there in the 40's 47-52, was friends with Gordon kayes, roger fleming, david hall, doreen cousins, miriam prescott, marjorie davies, the rice twins, marian spofforth to name but a few. question is, who is emma? email if you wish

  • Re: Bailey Drive Sunday school by Pamela (Member 10086538) on 16-Apr-2003
    Yes, I remember the school/church. Going to Roberts School I walked past it every day to have lunch at my grandmother's place on Daley Place, off Turner Avenue. I am talking of the 50's here and we had meetings there also...

  • Re: Bailey Drive Sunday school by ken willan (Member 10097948) on 3-Jun-2003
    As you will see by name also attended the church c1948 - 1953. Ran youth clubs with Jean Hodgson.
    We had a great cricket team also table tennis teams. Correct about Mr Willan being the suprintendant of Sunday School, my late father.
    Finally, what about the Young Ladies Gymnasium Display team run by Mr Horace Swift and the Choral Group which was well known around the area.

  • Re: Bailey Drive Sunday school by ken willan (Member 10097948) on 5-Jun-2003
    Hi!Emma
    If you want any further history or memories I will be happy to correspond......Ken

  • Re: Bailey Drive Sunday school by Bob Hodgson (Member 10052830) on 27-Jun-2003
    to ken willan re. sunday school
    I am Bob Hodgson, brother of Jean, who is mentioned in your note on 'knowhere'.I live in Manchester and was just reminiscing in Bootle, a place I am still fond of, when I came across your note pertalnlng to Bailey Drive Sunday School. Jean now lives in S.Wales and we have not seen each other for a very long time.Give me your E-Mail address, Ken, I would like to talk with you.

  • Re: attn Ken Willan Bailey Drive Sunday school by Emma (Member 10106386) on 28-Sep-2003
    Hello Ken - I remember your father. If you wish to then please contact me at emma_elizabeth2@hotmail.com

  • Re: Bailey Drive Sunday school by brian morse (Member 10113453) on 28-Dec-2003
    Hi my name is Brian Morse and I used to live at58 vBailey Drive and went to school at the Sunday school on Baiuley Dive. I have two sisters Heather and Verona,Heather lives in australia, and Verona and I live in Vancouver since 1966. I went to Roberts school and lived next door to Miriam Prescott, who visited with me a few years ago. Anyone there who I knew back before 1966 when I emigrated.
    Brian Morse.

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earl road bootle grandparents by carole saunders (Member 10093016) on 28-Mar-2003
can anybody remember my grandparents gladys and edward harrison they lived in number12 earl road, my grandad worked for liverpool corporation water board on breeze hill. thanks carole was harrison at school.   
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Air raid Shelter by Jim Browne (Member 10032123) on 6-Mar-2003
Can anyone remember the Air Raid shelter in Silcock's field. If you do please let me know.

Cheers
  
  • Re: Air raid Shelter by Mike Bagnall (Member 10105208) on 13-Sep-2003
    If it's the same Silcocks Field that I know there was an anti-aircraft gun emplacement during the war and I vaguely remember an air raid shelter. The field I'm talking about was by Robert Bellarmine's church on Orrell Road.

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Knowsley Road Memories by Tommy Mc Gregor (Member 10073785) on 28-Feb-2003
How many remember the old Knowsley Road of the fifties and sixties.The little general stores that served the community of those samll terraced houses so well.From the Winefride Hotel there was Reidy's general store,then Achesons food store on the corner of Byron Street,then Brookes Shoe repair shop where countless dockers re-shod themselves.In the middle of the block was a sweet shop which beame B... more >>   
  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Ian Abernethy (Member 10026317) on 3-Mar-2003
    The smell unique to Fell's shop could be bottled and sold for much money - a mixture of Dinky toys, new inner tubes, cycle oil and God knows what. Wasn't there a paint and wallpaper shop very near and on the same block? I remember that wallpaper was put, roll by roll, on a machine which trimmed it before you could use it. Further down, on the same side near the Labour club (memories of Christmas p... more >>

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Dennis Cain (Member 10005922) on 29-Mar-2003
    are you the same abernethy that used to go to BGS in the early sixties??

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Ian Abernethy (Member 10026317) on 29-Mar-2003
    Yes, 'fraid that's me. Been teaching music for nearly 30 years and living in Scotland. I still have the huge panoramic school photo with us all on. I still get down to the area fairly often as Mum still lives in Waterloo. Hope all is well with you.

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Dennis Cain (Member 10005922) on 30-Mar-2003
    I now live in Surrey B.C. just on the US border.
    Amazing how we all seem to have left Bootle.Was back there in February to see me dad. Bloody cold. Almost glad to get back to the rain. Looked up Donny Rivers as my good mate Norman Gwyther had bumped into him a while back.
    As I get older I get more nostalgic.
    I hope you stopped head butting people!!!Although it must come in handy in Glasgi.
    Nice to hear from you.

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Ian Abernethy (Member 10026317) on 30-Mar-2003
    Oops - that is Alec my cousin. He was two or three years older than me and had red hair. He had a fearsome reputation which was useful for me as I could never fight my way out of a paper bag! Sadly, Alec died many years ago of a massive heart attack. He lived down Balfour road. I was only at BGS for two years before we moved.

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by d man (Member 10061832) on 20-May-2003
    anyone remember the shop that sold second hand furniture, the guy who ran it lived in elliot st and always reminded me of alfred hitchcock i lived in balfour rd no 135

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Liz Coulthard (nee McLeod) (Member 10076953) on 17-Jul-2003
    Re Knowsley Road memories. I lived in Hood Street, off Gower Street until 1948 and moved to Percy Street, until 1963, when I got married and moved to Stanley Road. I remember the Winefred Hotel and the Queens - as a local Policewoman I had to call in the local pubs looking for under-age drinkers with a Sergeant,but this was in the early 60s. I used to go to the Shoe Repair shop to buy some speci... more >>

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Tommy Mc Gregor (Member 10073785) on 21-Nov-2003
    The old Gainsborough Cinema has recently been demolished,remember the ABC minors and how many romances must have begun there.There is a photograph of Knowsley Road showing the cinema on the Mersey Memories website.The Winifred Hotel is looking a sorry site these days with its windows boarded up don't really know whats happening to it.Any one out there got a photograph of the old St Joans Secondary... more >>

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by David McLeod (Member 10114622) on 13-Jan-2004
    The second hand furniture shop was run by Mr Brown he had the snottiest nose I've evr seen in my life. My dad Joe Mcleod used to work in Bert Fells bicycle shop and sometimes in Fred Williams shop

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Cathie Black (Member 10113265) on 21-Feb-2004
    My late mother, Catherine Murphy (nee Edwards), used to work in GBE (Garlick, Burrel and Edwards) on Knowsley Road before she was married ...

    Cathie Black

    Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Cathie Black (Member 10113265) on 21-Feb-2004
    Also, visit www.fredcat.net, for an interesting view on the world through the eyes of my (English) cat who emigrated to the US with us! Cathie Black (nee Murphy) Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

  • Re: Knowsley Road Memories by Sheila (Member 10180590) on 12-Mar-2007
    Hi Tommy, just been reading your posting for Knowsley road.Although I didnt live around there, my husbands family owned the Brookes Shoe repair shop.It had been there from very early 1900s, i think another shop though in the same road.It was owned by my husbands grandfather George.A Brookes, and then later in the 1950's George's son also George, took over.This was my husbands uncle.I enjoyed your memories.

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RE:looking for old family friends! by KARL (Member 10057618) on 28-Feb-2003
In one of my previous messages,I mentioned a person called Ken(big Ken),who we used to call Uncle Ken,he stood about 6ft4" and was built like an outhouse,he had a beard and moustache;his hair was a gingery colour;now as for his surname,well I think it was Gaskill!!!.....He used to do lorry driving and was one of my late parents friends;Ken used to go fishing with a Harry Smith,who lived opposite K... more >>   
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Family Search by Stephen King (Member 10089905) on 15-Feb-2003
I am looking for any background information on my great grandfather Joseph King who ran a funeral directors business from his home in Bootle around 1900. I would like to hear from anyone who could provide details or preferably photos of this gentleman and his family. Thanks, Stephen King.   
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old family friends! by KARL (Member 10057618) on 14-Feb-2003
Does anyone know the where abouts of one Harry Smith;he used to live near aintree racecourse;he was divorced from his wife and had two sons,who he used to see quite often;Harry loved freshwater fishing,as he used to go quite a bit with my Dad;he used to own an old wolsely...I think!...I can remeber the car being like an off white with a burgundey stripe through the middle of it;the last time I rem... more >>   
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Looking for Jimmy Arthur by Gladys (Member 10089787) on 14-Feb-2003
I am trying to contact Jimmy Arthur. He is about 60, bald and has light blue eyes. He knew me when I lived in quarryside drive, northwood, kirkby in the late 70s. He was interested in amateur boxing. He used to drink in pubs on the dock road in bootle. Any info would be very much appreciated   
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how do i start a kids football club by KATE JONES (Member 10072922) on 6-Feb-2003
there are no sunday leauge under 10 football clubs in bootle can anyone help me....   
  • Re: how do i start a kids football club by simon jones (Member 10083842) on 7-Feb-2003
    why not take your kids to church or "sunday school". They can play soccer on saturday.Every child has the right to know about Jesus. check out cumbria4christ.com

  • Re: how do i start a kids football club by jay (Member 10074864) on 8-Feb-2003
    Jesus plays football on a saturday for Everton

  • Re: how do i start a kids football club by simon jones (Member 10083842) on 9-Feb-2003
    I wondered who was performing the miracles at Goodison this season

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Looking for by maureen grant (Member 10089122) on 4-Feb-2003
Hi,My name is Maureen Grant(nee)Parry.I went to Balliol Road school and I also lived in Balliol Road.I would like to find out where the following people are and what they are up to now.Linda Rice from Berry Street,Wendy Jones from Kings road,Alan Ralston from Wadham Road(I think)Kathy Allen from Netherton.I would also like to know if Dave Towle is the brother of Brian Towle from Cornwall Street,an... more >>   
  • Re: Looking for Dave Towle by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 11-Feb-2003
    Hi Maureen I had several contacts with dave towle ,but he had some bad luck & we lost contact I sent him an E_Mail & told him that you were looking for him , so I hope he will make contact. the last that know is that he was in Blackpool, good luck with the others Sam in Canada

  • Re: Looking for by maureen grant (Member 10089122) on 11-Feb-2003
    Hi Sam,Thank you for contacting me about Dave Towle,I remember his brother Brian more than him and thank you for sending him an e-mail.Did you know him in Canada or England?

  • Re: Looking fordave by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 12-Feb-2003
    Hi Maureen I met Dave when we were in the C-L-B it was a youth club operated out of christ church in the early 1950s He did live in the Bootle village area so it could be his brother. I have not heard from Dave yet but I told him of your message, His wife passed away in Dec of 2001 sa he was going to retire ,& Inot contacted him since,I came to canada in 1965 & have loved every inch of the place g... more >>

  • Re: Looking for by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 21-Feb-2003
    Hi Maureen I got an answer from our mutual friend Dave,he has had no luck getting in to the board so he got intouch & asked me to give you his E Mail info hope you are listening I will only do this once [margdave@towle1952.fsnet.co.uk let me know how it goes in your conection,if I can help again let me knowhope it works out for you Sam.

  • Re: Looking for by Dennis Cain (Member 10005922) on 23-Feb-2003
    I was talking to Donny Rivers on Feb 18.
    He was an old school mate of mine from Bootle Grammar and I used to go to his prefab on Hawthorns Road.
    I now live in Canada and my best friend bumped into him a while back. I just visited Netherton last week and looked up Donny. I hadn't seen him since 1964. I recognized him immediately.
    I gave him my e-mail address and he will be contacting me shortly ... more >>

  • Re: Looking for by maureen grant (Member 10089122) on 23-Feb-2003
    Dear Dennis,thank you for contacting me,I presume that the sister Donny is talking about is Carol who I have been looking for ,if you get an e-mail address would you pass it on to me?Thanks.

  • Re: Looking for by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 1-Mar-2003
    Hi maureen this is Sam ,did you get in touch with Dave yet or do you need more help Sam

  • Re: Looking for by maureen grant (Member 10089122) on 2-Mar-2003
    Hi Sam,I hav'nt got in touch with Dave yet(I am really slow)I will tell you when I do.

  • Re: Looking for by maureen grant (Member 10089122) on 3-Mar-2003
    Hello Sam,I tried to send an e-mail to dave but it was returned apparently the address was wrong,if you contact him tell him I tried on Mon 3/3/03.Thanks Maureen.

  • Re: Looking forDave Towle by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 4-Mar-2003
    Hi Maureen. I sent Dave an E-Mail &double checked the address, so if that one gets to him I will try again with you it is Monday 3rd of March 8-52 pm so it will be about 5-00am English time so it will take a day or so to get him, if it dont work we will get the cid the fbi &the cia after him Sam

  • Re: Looking for by maureen grant (Member 10089122) on 4-Mar-2003
    Hi Sam,You forgot the good old Canadian Mounties.Thanks for your help. Maureen.

  • Re Disapering dave by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 5-Mar-2003
    Hi Maureen. This is super Sam I got a reply from Dave & he got your E Mail but could not recive your E-mail address so will you give it to him again if you have trouble again send me an E-Mail at samthebusdriver@shaw.ca& I will forward it on to him, it was the mounties day off so they could not help & did you know that they found bones on the moon-------- the poor old cow didn't make it good luck Sam

  • Re: Looking fordave towle by dave towle (Member 10091725) on 10-Mar-2003
    hi sam i am finally back on the notice board.
    i have been in touch with maureen, just waiting a
    reply.roll on retirement sam. dave.p.s.if anyone
    out there remembers me post us a line, does anyone
    remember eddie huttchins, dave moisher,peter griffiths,and fishing in derby park before they
    filled in with rubbish.

  • Re: Hi Dave &Maureen by Sam. May (Member 10053771) on 11-Mar-2003
    Hi Dave . Welcome back itis nice that you got into the land before time& also to find MaureenI hope everything is going ok for you, I liver not far from the park by the aintree pub & it was a sad day when they filled it in. Hi Maureen you finally got your Man & according to the Mounties you got a good one If ever you get to Canada drop in & help me paint the house Good luck to one & all Sam

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  • Re: The Scouse House! Forum by John Crawford (Member 10071928) on 31-Jan-2003
    Mal,
    Got in the other day and, as you say, its addictive alright! Very professional, as well, and has more "gear" than other sites I have been to. I recommend it to anyone, especially scousers.

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Seeking Liverpool female email pal by Owen Oliver (Member 10087324) on 23-Jan-2003
Sydney, Australia guy, 37, Irish-Australian, single, working in Law & IT, seeks single, educated female, 25-40, from Liverpool area.

Owen
sydney, australia
  
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Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by jay (Member 10074864) on 10-Jan-2003
Just wanted to say how sorry I was to hear this week that Mr Lyonette, our Headmaster at St Robert Bellarmine's school all those years ago has died.
He was a great headmaster, he had a lot of time for us all. He still kept intouch with the school and church. He will be greatly missed.....
  
  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by KARL (Member 10057618) on 23-Jan-2003
    Hi Jay,
    I have hunted high and low for info on St Robert Bellarmines;I went to that school between 1974-the end of 77,I used to live in Captains green;Yes I agree with you;Mr Lyonette was a fantastic headmaster,who always gave you the benefit of the doubt,even though I was cained a couple of times by him,but I still respected him,he always listened to you if there was a problem!
    Can you r... more >>

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by jay (Member 10074864) on 24-Jan-2003
    Hi
    Mr Lyonette was 77 . We had a mass for him last Thursay and all the old teachers where there. Mr Malone, Mrs O'Malley,Mrs Beaumont, Mr Billing and more. It was strange speaking to them all again. Do you remember Fr O'Connor he said the mass which was nice. Sir still went to Castlerigg with our kids now at bellies. They loved his ghost stories before bed. I must know you whats your surname?

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by KARL (Member 10057618) on 6-Feb-2003
    Hi Jay,
    Was father O'conner at the church at the same time as father Byrnes,back in the 70s,It's been such a long time sice I have been back to my roots in Bootle;I probably got father O'Conners name muddled with O'Donald,I remember this priest being Irish and he had a short back and sides.
    I do miss Bootle with all my heart,it's full of very happy memories for me,because life was differen... more >>

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by KARL (Member 10057618) on 6-Feb-2003
    By the way Jay,my name is Karl,my old surname was Smith,but I changed it to Spencer-Smith,before I got married for the second time in 1995,as my wife hasn't got any brothers to keep te name going.
    When I lived in Captains Green,I used to call for a girl named Andrea,who was a dwarf girl,she used to make everyone laugh,because of the things she used to come out with,also I used to call for a girl ... more >>

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by jay (Member 10074864) on 8-Feb-2003
    Hi Again, I was in the same class as Sabina and Peter Reid, Still friends with quite a few people from school.

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by Rochey (Member 10006121) on 12-Feb-2003
    I remember Mr Lyonette an all. Don't no why burr I do. Remember the Father's Byrne an all. Think thee were twins wern't thee? Bruthers any way.

    Also remember Father Gogarty. Canadian Irish I think? Well eh, e usta call inta the Mount for a jar wen e was doin is Fridee night rounds!An e always usta make arr ouse the last one to call into wen me Dad was ome from sea. Wunder why?

    Now, I lived ... more >>

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by KARL (Member 10057618) on 14-Feb-2003
    Hi Jay,
    So you was in the same class as my sister
    (Sabina),what a small world;Sabina recently e-mailed Sally Senior,who I haven't seen for donkeys years;I was in the same class as her sister,Elizabeth Senior!!!.....I can remember Peter Reid well,as me and a cousin of his used to go and call for him sometimes;his cousin lived in Thackery Gardens in one of the flats as you go in.
    Whats your... more >>

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by sabina stockwell (Member 10089874) on 15-Feb-2003
    hi jay this is sabina (smith) my brother karl said you were in my class at school please get in contact thanks sabina.I remember mr lyonette very well and mr malone and peter reid,sally senior,marie white. please get in touch will be good to here from you, you might have to jog my brain abit as old age is creeping in lol.
    sabina

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by sabina (Member 10147623) on 1-Apr-2005
    hi jay be nice to hear from you, you can email me at sabina1906@aol.com be nice to catch up xx

  • Re: Mr Lyonette (Head Master At St Robert Bellarmine's Shool) by Eileen Jones (Member 10169491) on 27-Nov-2005
    I am sorry to have just read about Mr. Lyonette's death.
    I was in the infants at St Robert Bellarmines when he first arrived following the retirement of Mr.Kirby.
    I agree he was a great headmaster.
    Eileen

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