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Helen Torrance
Homepage Born in Glasgow in 1958. Schools: Kent Road Primary, Broomknowes Primary, Albert Secondary, Anniesland College. Worked in administration at Gartnavel Royal Hospital before moving to Canada in 1976. Live in Vancouver but still get back to Glasgow every couple of years to visit friends and family (Mum's in Knightswood). Would love to hear from old friends and colleagues.
Wilma (Ogilvie) Fertitta
N\A Moved to new york in 1964, would love to make contact with anyone from East Kilbride who knows of the whereabouts of Rachel Ramsay who went to Australia in 1964
Anne (nee Punter) & Malcolm Fisher
N\A Hi we are originally from around the Coatbridge area. Came to Oz in 1980. Anne lived in Moodiesburn and went to Coatbridge High School 1972-1977. Worked for British Steel at Gartcosh 1977-1980. Malcolm lived in Coatbridge, went to Rosehall High 1971-1976, worked for British Steel at Tollcross. Love to chat to anyone who knows any of these places. We still have family in Coatbridge, Garrowhill and Croy. Also any passionate David Bowie fans out there, Malcolm would love to blether with you.
Helen and Jim Scorgie
N\A Jim is a "Fifer" and I come from Stirling,but Jim spent a part of his life in Glasgow.He lived at 1 Mingarry St Maryhill from about 1939 to44,and again when he was in the army,at Maryhill Barracks.He also lived now and then with his granny at Carmyle House, Carmyle Avenue Carmyle.He went to Garrioch Rd School and also Shakespeare St school He was a wee terror in Maryhill,used to go raking the middens to see what the "posh" folk nearby threw oot,and would go to the park and put candlegrease on the slide to make it "go faster" At Carmyle he used to chop "sticks" for the fire and take them around in his billy cart to sell them He would dearly love to hear from his cousins Marguerita and Everina,their father was Dick Dunnegan,mother Everina Macfarlane.We believe Marguerita is married to a Jim Thompson (or Thomson),has a son Ross,and is living somewhere around the Glasgow area Any info appreciated.We emigrated to Australia in 61 on the "Strathnaver" .Have been back four times to Scotland,if the lottery comes up we will go again! My maiden name was Morris,and I lived in Stirling until we emigrated,so if anyone out there recognises me would love to hear from you too. Cheers!Helen Scorgie
Dave Hill
N\A I was born in Anderston Glasgow, in 1951, I moved to Easterhouse , in 1963 ,and lived there till 1975 ,when I moved to Canada . I am looking to hear from anyone who lived in Easterhouse, between 1963 and 1975
Peter Devine
N\A I lived on Balmore Rd from 1954 till 1964 and in knightswood from 1964 till 1975.I went to St Thomas Aquinas from 1966 till 1972 and would love to talk to anyone who was around these places at those times.
Ian Mcleod
N\A Left carmyle in 1966 now live in calgary alberta canada is their anyone out there who came from carmyle i went to mount vernon school until 1964
Rosalind Elder
Homepage Glasgow born, attended St. Gerards, Govan lived in Langside. Served in Women's Land Army Timber Corp in Inverness-shire for 4 years. I married Canadian Serviceman came to Canada in 1946. Married Glasgow man later. Lived in N.S. Nfld, Toronto, Ont. and now reside on Vancouver Island. Been computing for over 15 years. Would like to hear from from anyone who remembers me from the war years or earlier, or from the years I spent in other Provinces. My nickname is "Lindy" Alex and I are keen lawn bowlers.
Please check out my new Webpages: The Timber Corps. Land Army. UK 1942 at I would appreciate hearing from any members still around, or forward the names of mothers or relatives who served in this Corps. during W.W.2 Thank you.
Walter Bain
N/A Living in British Columbia Canada...looking to natter with other Glasgow people
Dorothy Head (nee Browne)
N/A I came to Texas in 1971. I was born in a house in Batson Street in 1949, but grew up in Simshill on the south side of Glasgow near Croftfoot, and Castlemilk. Went to Mount Florida Primary School and Queen's Park Secondary School and trained as a nurse in the Victoria Infirmary. I was a staff nurse in Ward D before I came to Fort Worth to work in a hospital here. All my family remains in Scotland. I am married to a Texan and have 2 children. I would be interested in hearing from anyone who knew me or who came from the same places in Glasgow I did.
Dave Hill
N/A Lived in Anderston Glasgow in 1951 , Bishop St, in 1963,then moved to Easerhouse , till 1975 I moved to Canada. I am hoping to be able to hook up with some people who went to Westwood Secondary School , between 1963 to 1966, or anyone who lived in Easterhouse,and were between the ages of 13 to 18. I would love to hear from you , or anyone you might know of who is on the Web Thanks in advance Dave Hill
Hugh Madden
N/A I left #2 Crawford St. Partick, Glasgow when I was 9 yrs. old in 1953. I now live in Caledon Ontario Canada just north of Toronto. I am planing my first visit home during august of 1999 and would love to know of a good reastaurant or tea shop that has good food for reasonable prices in the partick area. ( I'm still a thrifty Scotsman) Also would like to know if Whiteinch park still exist or has it been replaced with a housing project?
Vanessa E. Bertelegni


N/A Dear people of Glasgow:
I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and I wish to find friends in Scotland. I have a lot of things to talk about your wonderful country. I belong to the "St. Andrew´s Society of the River Plate" here in Buenos Aires. Please answer me, I´ll be waiting.
Raudem Curran
N/A ORIGINALLY FROM GLASGOW(CARNTYNE) School: St. Marks Shettelson 1960's No longer standing I think, so if any of my old friends are out there lets catch up by e-mail
Tom McMahon
N/A I lived at 236 Bellrock St., just across from St. Maria Goretti`s church. Dearly would love to hear, from anyone who lived there, and also attended St. Gregory`s H.S.

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