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John O'Neil
N/A Born at Redlands Hospital, Glasgow, 1955. Moved to Detroit, USA in 1960 Aunts in Maryhill. Looking for an Estates Agent in Maryhill. Also looking for cousin James in New Zealand. Parents John and Agnes (Gray) both dead now. Uncle was Jimmy Neil, singer/comedian.

Message: John - please contact Frank O'Neil Thanks Editor

Dougie Henderson
N/A Born 1946,Whiteinch,Whiteinch Public School, Victoria Drive Senior Secondary,Teacher's Scotch Whisky only job,emmigrated July 1 1966 to Ottawa,Canada. Reside today with home occupation, APPRAISALS,in
Hay River,Northwest Territories,CANADA.
Billy Massie
N/A Lived in Clydebank until '83 I went to St. Stephans primary and St.Columbas High. Apprenticed in JBE as a welder Played in a band called Stracy (Great times) North Kilbowie, Parkhall, Faifley, Now in Canada, Married with 3 kids
Scott Samuel Wright
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I was born in Glasgow, but moved to the new town of Livingston just after birth. I still have many family in Glasgow and love the city ( & Rangers Football Club) I am planning on leaving Scotland in the next couple of years to persue a new life in America but would love to hear from fellow Weegies fae A' aboot the world
Joyce Brazer
N/A I was raised in Glasgow, living in Clydebank, Whiteinch Home for Girls (orphanage 1937-38) then was evacuated to Cumbernauld during the war. Then lived on Sauchiehall Street until coming to Canada in 1948. My mothers name was Lavinia MacCrimmon (nee Thomson), my name is Joyce. I had one aunt Sarah (Cissie) Thomson. I am looking for info on the Whiteinch Home, Cumbernauld and for anyone who may remember my mother, my aunt or myself. I would also like to hear from anyone who can share any up to date info on any of the above listed places.
N/A Born in Glasgow under the name Clayton in 53 lived in Anniesland then moved to Drumchapel 63 then to Canada in 77 married a McCaffery would like to talk to anyone from the old country
John Swinburne
N/A I was born in Glasgow in 1946, immigrating to New Jersey in 1955. I love Oor Wullie and The Broons. I live and teach high school as well as coach track and field in Michigan. I've never been back to Glasgow but often think of visiting. I still have many relatives in the Glasgow area. Would like to hear from others from Glasgow.
James Penrice
N/A Born in Paisley, 1965. Lived at 47 White Street in Partick until 1978. Moved to Perth and attended Perth High School until 1983. Attended Perth College, 2 years (HND in Business Studies). Had several jobs between 1985-1994, including working for Royal Mail for almost five years. Moved to US to stay with family in 1994 and married in 1995. Live in Philadelphia, PA area and would love to talk to fellow Glaswegians and perhaps meet anyone who lives closeby. Aw the best, James.
Thomas McNeilage

N/A Born in Paisley and now living in Canada.
Leonard Henry Robertson Sr.
N/A Son of William Barber Robertson "LANARK,ONTARIO who's the son of William Bill Robertson From ABERDEEN,SCOTLAND. Live in Ontario,CANADA.
Jim Harvey
N/A Was born 1946 at 357 Dalmarnock Rd., then moved to Cambuslang around 1964 served an apprenticeship at Potts Garage in Bellshill.I came to Canada 1974,my wife is Letitia, if anybody recognizes my name please send me a e-mail.
Stuart MacDougall
N/A Glasgow born in 1950. Lived in West Cumbria since 1978. Trying to make contact with Tegwyn Campbell of Castlemilk, Glasgow who worked alongside my mother, Joyce MacDougall, in Lewis's, Argyle Street during the 1960's.
Fiona Bremner (nee Campbell)
N/A Born 1944 Knightswood/went to Cloberhill-then to Knightswood senior secondary. Married a John O'Groats lad 1967 and emigrated to New Brunswick same year. We have two girls. Have not been home since 1981. My maiden name was Campbell. Anyone out there who maybe attended school with me?? Or anyone from the Baldric Rd area of Knightswood? Would love to hear from you
ps. My family hail from the Isle of Lewis...the villages of Barvas and Arnol in particular. Although I dont have the gaelic, I would dearly love to hear from anyone who hails from that neck of the woods as a lot of my great childhood memories come from the island. I can still smell the peat smoke in the air as the "Loch Seaforth" sails into harbour.
John King
N/A Came from yoker, went to st brendans and st thomas aquinas school, served appreticeship as plumber at yarrows,moved to canada in 1974.
Also, I''m writting this on behalf of a friend who has lost contact with her brother and sister who emigrated to Canada sometime in the Sixties, to the Toronto area. My friends name is Margaret Jarvis, born and raised at 13 Raglan St Cowcaddens, Glasgow. Her brother Billy was a plater in the yards. His wife is named Anne and they have three sons, Gordon, Stephen and James. Her sister May, is married to Jack Flynn If anyone can help locate them, then please contact me
Christine Ross
N/A My name is Christine Ross, I am 36 years old. I grew up in Renfrew Scotland. I went to St James's primary school then St Margarets high school in Paisley also Trinity High school in Renfrew. I came to Canada in 1982. I lived in Montreal for a while. I now live in Saint John New Brunswick.
Stewart C Bruce
  Hi I was born at 19 langside rd, govanhill,glasgow 1946 across from butterbiggens rd bus garage.moved to pollok when i was 15[1961]to 23 lochar crescent[police houses] i left after i got married to anne white of 50 dormanside rd,pollok in 1969.i worked at carlaws,and a&d frasers mtrs before i left,anne worked at N.S.B.cowglen.we moved to canada and have been here since.would love to hear from any of our old friends or neighbours.thanks
ps would love to locate anybody that worked at a&d frasers spare parts maxwell park,glasgow between 1967-69.tommy hill and i and i would like to say hello.cheers

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