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Anne Markie
Australia
N/A I live in Queensland Australia, and have done for the last 12 years. I miss Glasgow very much and would love to here how things are over there.
LINDA KENNIE (NEE MARSHALL)
AUSTRALIA
N/A LIVED MOST OF LIFE IN BISHOPBRIGGS. ATTENDED ST. MATTHEWS SCHOOL. LIVED COUPLE OF YEARS IN NEWTON MEARNS & CUMBERNAULD. MOVED TO AUSTRALIA 1981. ANY PAST FRIENDS CAN CONTACT
Mary Murphy
Canada
N/A I was born in Clydebank in 1932 and was educated at St. Stephen's school in Dalmuir. I left for Canada in 1957. My maiden name was Hickey. I live in Ottawa now and prior to this, lived in Toronto for several years, would like to hear from any Banky or Glaswegian who left about that time or just anyone who may have relatives or friends in the Glasgow area.
Nicol Aitken
Canada
N/A Hi,my name is Nicol (Nick) Aitken.I was born in 1944 in Knightswood,.I attended Knightswood primary and secondary schools,then Duncanrig secondary school East Kilbride. I came to Canada in 1964 and would love to hear from anyone who may know me,or from any other exiled Scots who like to chat.
denise edgar (corlett)
australia
N/A I was born in glasgow 1964. moved to cumbernauld in 1971. attended cumbernauld high school. emigrated to sydney australia in 1992. Trained in nursing at monklands hospital, airdrie. would love to hear from any old aquaintences.((
Jim Lochridge
Scotland
N/A i'll start with the boring stuff and try to keep it short, i was born in Newlands on the south side netherauldhouse road in the pre-fabs oct 1949 when i was 4 years old we emigrated to australia however due to my mother being diagnosed with terminal cancer we only stayed for 6 months, you would not think i would remember much but i loved perth and can remember it all. on returning to scotland we lived for a short time in dunoon or doon the watter as we say in glasgow, my next move was to holmlea rd in cathcart after my dad died in 1963 i lived with my sister in clydebank (drumry) for a short period when we moved to bearsden, from there i went to stay in edinburgh (ponton hse)an orphanage located at 6/7 magdala cres in haymarket in july 1967 i joined the royal engineers whilst in the army i was able to travel quite a bit 2 tours in cyprus 51/2 yrs in germany 3months in canada and i loved it all the people in quebec could have been friendlier after all we were building them a road but i think history may have played a part in things after the army i came home to glasgow where apart from a short spell in west africa i have been ever since.thats it my hobbies are photography(landscapes & wildlife) leather working which i'm just starting out in (all advice greatly appreciated)where can you buy saddlery grade leather nowadays? i also collect knives & love boxer dogs they are the best canines in the world i'm interested in falconry & go for my first lesson this spring, flying in anything is my passion i spend a lot of time with flight sims i love most music from metel to classics and most things in between i also love history especially about glasgow so if i can help you i will if i din't know it already and there's alot of that i'll go and find out. thats all folks write me JIMMIE. p.s. i hate bugs bunny
Ian Smith
exiled to England
N/A I was brought up in and around Drumoyne. Went to Drumoyne school(Miss Doig) then onto Govan High. Left Glasgow to join the RAF, married and settled in England. Would love to hear from George McCarten, John McKinnon, Bobby Donaldson Nina McCutcheon Donny McAlpine in fact anyone who knew me between the years of say 1950 to 1968 around the Moss Road area.
Linda Kennie (nee Marshall)
Australia
N/A LIVED MOST OF MY LIFE IN BISHOPBRIGGS IN BRACKENBRAE AVE. WENT TO ST.MATTHEWS PRIMARY THEN ST.NINNIANS HIGH.MOVED TO NEWTON MEARNS WHEN I WAS 12 THEN TO CUMBERNAULD WHEN I WAS APROX 14. CAME BACK TO BISHOPBRIGGS WHEN I WAS 16. GOT MARRIED AND MOVED TO AUSTRALIA IN 1981. WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO MIGHT REMEMBER ME. OR FROM ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO GET IN TOUCH.
Anna Cowan
Russia
N/A I was born in Glasgow in 1963, brought up in Cranhill then Mt. Vernon (where my mum still lives ) went to Elmwood in Bothwell and Holy Cross in Hamilton. I've been living in Russia and various other places abroad for the last 7 years. I'm moving back home this summer to the 'new' Gorbals.
David & Jean Stevenson
New Zealand
N/A We were both born in THE JEWEL OF THE CLYDE -GOVAN 11dave went to harmony row school, thn Ibrox passed the quali. on to govan high went into fairfields then joined Roal Navy as a boy, after 14and1/2 years service came out to n.z. early 1958 Jean born in vicarfield street lived in queens park then to fort william then to braemar finally ballater dave home for atrip 1990 jean still waiting,both miss 'ra patter still reckon glasgow the friendliest city on the planet what do we miss? mutton roon pies, sliced sausages plain bread barrs irn'bru saturday final times our kids miss oor wullie and the broons, would be glad to hear from old school chums or neighbours, thanks for the opportunity webmaster, LET GLASGOW FLOURISH 1111.
Lorette McHardy Kennedy
Glasgow, Kentucky, USA
N/A Born and raised in Glasgow Scotland. educated at Notre dame High school for girls Immigrated to the United States in 1962. Completed my eucation at the University of Kentucky School of Nursing. We had one child and are presently living in Glasgow, Kentucky where we have resided for the last 25 years. My father, David McHardy is still alive and well and resides in Glasgow, Scotland. If anyone would like to renew old friendships or make new ones, feel free to email me. Thanks very much
Peter Doyle
Australia
N/A Born in Govan, Helen St. across from the Tower Bar, went St Anthony`s then moved to Cardonald and went to Lourdes and still never saw a bloody miracle drunk in the QV,Parkway, howden`s got married and moved to Linthouse so anyone out there that I don`t owe money to and are willing to chat that would be great
Linda Nemeth (formerly Milligan)
Australia
N/A Hi folks I'm an exiled Scot who left UK in 1983 to escape Thatcherism and found as many evils in Australia but financial constraints have prevented my escape from here. Would love to hear from other exiled Scots or even just other Scots who never escaped. I am orginally from Rutherglen but left there to live in London around 1970 or so.
Allan Shankland
Australia
N/A

Hi My name's Allan Shankland and I emegrated to Australia From Scotland in 1998. I was born in 1960 and lived in Mount Florida 'till I was Seven, then moved to Croftfoot. I attended Croftfoot primary then Kingspark Secondary schools but left in 1976 to become a hairdresser. I married Anne in 1985, who also went to Kingspark Secondary school. We have a daughter, Linzi, who was born in 1989. Would love to hear from anyone back home, or here in Oz. Allan...

Phil & Patricia Gaffney
Hong Kong
N/A I was born in 1947 & was brought up in Tobago St. ,Calton until 1956 when we moved to Tilycairn Rd.,Garthamlock.Went to St.Gregory's & was in the first 6th year. Left the Greg & joined BR S&T dept.in1965. Married Pat{Donaghy} from Cambuslang & Cathkin in 1971 ,moved to England then Hong Kong in 1977 & still here .Would like to here from anyone who remembers Pat or myself.
Andrew Logan
USA
N/A Born 1946 Nuneaton St., Bridgeton. Attended Barrowfield School 1951 to 1957 until we moved to Castlemilk (Bogany Terrace). Went to Strathbungo Senior Secondary School until my family emigrated to the States in 1960. Interested in hearing from anyone who attended Strathbungo during that time and who might know Stuart Skilling who ran the Strathbungo Boys Club. Also, if anyone knows John Gordon, Alistair MacLeod, Albert Tobasnick, Robert Brown I would like to hear from them.
   
   

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