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Yvonne Kennedy Skarin
Sweden
N/A I stumbled across the I belong to Glasgow site. It made me so happy to see so many friends in the same boat as me!!! I was born in the Southern General Hospital on the 16 March 1955. I spent my childhood in Cardonald went to Mosspark primary. Went on to boarding school and came back to do my sixth year at Bellahouston Academy. Spent a lot of holidays in Kinlochard since my grandparents lived there. 1974 I went to Sweden as an au pair for six months, 25 years ago and I'm still here! I have three great children Rory,20. Alma Kirsty,16 and Johanna Iona,14. My Mum and Dad still live in Scotland on the Isle of Bute. My sister and wee brother live in Glasgow and my big brother lives in Edinburgh (but we love him anyway!) I'd love to have a blether or wallow in misty-eyed nostalgia with anyone who feels like it.
Joe Cairney
Canada
N/A I was born in 1961 in Faifley, Clydebank, where I lived until I moved to Castlehill Dumbarton at the age of 18. I attended St Josephs Primary School and St Columbas High School. I was a Caulker Burner at Yarrow Shipyards, before becoming a Fireman stationed at Dumbarton. I moved to Canada in 1988.
Jim Collins
Canada
N/A Born Burnhouse St, Maryhill in 1931. Moved to Haywood St,Lambhill in 1933. Attended St.Agnes, Lambhill. In Canada since 1954. Appreciate contact by any ex Mavis Valley pupils. McKinstry; McAloon; Darroch; Fox; Etherson; Carrigan, etc. Also relatives Kearns and Fraser (Nola) from the Clydebank area, or any person who knew the Collins twins in Lambhill.
Bill Allan
USA
N/A Lived on Springbank Street, Maryhill, from '39 till '54 when I came to the States. Will be 63 March 12,1999. POSTED Feb 17,1999. Anyone from that era please contact me. Trying to find everyone on the Street during that time. Went to Dunard St. Primary and Norh Kelvinside Senior Secondary till April 1st, 1953. Left for the States Feb 10th, 1954. Live in California now.
Norrie Livingstone
Australia
N/A I was born in Kelvinside Ave, Maryhill in 1946. attended Gariock School until 56'. We then moved to Durham, England. If there are any boyhood friends out there from the same street, I would be glad to hear from you. I remember Tommey Cuthbert, Sammy Brisbane, Frankie O'Neil, Robert McGibbon. Thank you, great site.
Billy Gill
Scotland
N/A Born in Oatlands 1940, went to St Bonaventure's school 1944-1949, flitted to Househillwood Road Nitshill went to St Roberts then St Constantines in Govan then St Gerards. Married Liz from Penilee and had 4 kids and now have 4 grandkids Love Genealogy and travelling throughout the U.K. I spend on average one - two days in Glasgow city centre each week for pub meals with my wife. now retired and enjoying it thoroughly
Scott Johnston
Scotland
N/A I was born in Bishopbriggs in 1980 and still reside there.
I also currently study at the University of Glasgow.
Barbara Little
Canada
N/A My mother was born in Campsie and I lived there from 1956-58.Went back in 1990 and took my 12 year old son. He didn't want to come home!!after only 2 weeks. Would love to hear from anyone from Lennoxtown.
Jeanette
USA
N/A I was born and raised in Greenock.Left Greenock when I was 19 In 1967 Married a sailor from the Uss Hunley. Before comming to the States I worked as a weaver in the Gourock Rope works in Port Glasgow.I went to School at Craigieknowes and then to Ladyburn. Anyone frae Greenock oot there to write to . Including my family who are still there . awe to be hame and get a good cup a tea way a chit in toast ahhh
Margaret Jevic (McGreevy)
USA
N/A Born '48 at 843 Maryhill Rd, Glasgow in a "single-end", Moved to Drumchapel in '56. Attended Broadholm and Waverly. Have lived in Florida for the past 22 years. Last visited two years ago and could not believe how the place has changed! Would like to hear from anyone who knew or didn't know me. Cheerio....Margaret
Jeanie Peppy (Borland)
Canada
N/A Born 426 Crown Street, Gorbals 1943. Attended Camden St. Public School then Strathbungo Senior Secondary. Immigrated to Canada July 1962 and have lived in Ottawa ever since. Was a highland dancer in Scotland and competed all over Scotland. Would love to correspond with other highland dancers or people who attended the same school. Also anyone else from the Gorbals around that time.
Thomas Duke
Canada
N/A Born a Gorbals boy in 1957,lived at 300 Florence St.My parents were Tam and Stella,my mothers brother Jim also lived up the same close. In the early 60's my Ma and Da spilt up I moved to Castlemilk with my Ma before leaving Glasgow for Canada in the 70's. I still have family in Glasgow and in the USA. I would like to hear from anyone who knew me or my family.
Richard Gordon
Canada
N/A Born and raised in Glasgow. I lived in the 'south-side' (pollockshields) till 1979. I moved to the west-coast of Canada with my parents and reside in Victoria. I'm looking for any old friends from St Aloysius such as paul mcbride, nhial macdairmid, andrew gilbride, martin savage or paul ferrarri
Jem
Scotland
N/A journalism student living in Glasgow looking for info on the German bomber which crashed in the Campsies during the blitz. Urgently need info. I will eternally love anyone who can send me something.Thank You!
Mandy Macfarlane Ripley
USA
N/A Lived at 10 Thornwood Gardens Partick. Moved to America when I was 17 married an American. Have lived in America for 20 years. Try to go home every year. Went to Thornwood Primary school and Hyndland Secondary school. Would love to hear from any of my old school mates. Used to go to the shuffles dancing every Sunday.
   
   

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