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Ivan Garroch
England
N/A I was born in Glasgow Maryhill in 1940 I grew up around willock st Rolland st, Arden st,and Oran st none of them exist now I moved up to Cadder late fiftys then joined the army and ended up down here
Peter A. G. McAleer
Canada
N/A Hi, I'm just getting ready to enjoy another Stampede here in Calgary, Alberta a Clydebank cowpoke, boots an all. Lots of Scots here in Calgary (place was founded by our forefathers) only problem here is there is only a celtic supporters club so us huns have been dodgin the beer cans for the last decade after the games which are broadcast live in a local bikini bar, so hallorerr tae all yous glesga folks fae far awa
SANDRA REBHOLZ
USA
N/A YOU MAY HAVE GUESSED BY MY FAMILY NAME THAT I AM NOT SCOTTISH ... AH, BUT I WISH I WERE! IF YOU ARE .. AND YOU WANT A MID-FIFTIES AMERICAN FRIEND WITH A SCOTTISH HEART, HERE I AM. I AM PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN CORRESPONDING WITH SINGLE SCOTTISH MEN.
James Maitland
Canada
N/A Born in Govan served apprenticeship with Thermotank Helen st.1954 to 59. national service 60 62.
James Oakley
New Zealand
N/A I was born In 18 Bouvrie st. Port Glasgow 1933 and moved to 11 Woodhall Tce. From about 1942 the family name became Kitchen.If you know of me or my family would love to hear from you
Alex & Margaret Stitt (nee Allan)
USA
N/A My husband and I are both from Kinning Park. born in l936 and l937, Lambhill St and Cornwall St. went to Lambhill st school.came to USA in l957
Gordon & Janice Watson (nee Paterson)
New Zealand
N/A Left Barrhead in 1975 Gordon lived in Fenwick Drive went to Barrhead High apprentice auto electrician at Lucas Service Center St Georges Rd Glasgow attended Springburn College of Engineering for 4 years 
Janice lived in Barrhead went to St Lukes high school worked at Arnotts in Paisley and then Trerons in Glasgow for Royal Doulton Married Gordon 1975 and left for NZ same year Live in Rotorua and have 3 daughters 18 to 21 years
David Phillips
Australia
N/A Born 1944 in Helensburgh, lived in Cambuslang, Elderslie and Broomhill. Educated at Kelvinside Academy (left in 1963). Migrated to Australia (Melbourne) in 1973 now working for a large Travel Company and spend most of my time travelling in Asia and Pacific (Fiji). Married with 2 children (both married) and 2 grandchildren 4yrs and 1 yr with another on the way. Interests Rugby, Golf (play very badly) and would love to hear from any ex Kelvinside Academicals of my era - I played Rugby for Kelvinside Accies until I left in 1973.
John O'neill
England
N/A born in springburn glasgow 1951 moved to england 1974
Alison Davies (nee Trotter )
Canada
N/A My name is ALison Davies, maiden name Trotter, I was born in Glasgow 1964 and grew up in Drumchapel. We lived at 399 Kinfauns Drive. I went to Waverely Secondary School from 1975 to 1977 before that I was a Summerhill Primary School. I know live in Canada and am married to a Canadian Soldier (PPCLI) I have two children both girls aged 12 and 6. Would love to hear from anybody from the Drum.
Archie & Audrey Neely
Canada
N/A Hi this is Archie & Audrey Neely {nee Smillie}I was born in Anderston and Audrey in the Spittal in Rutherglen.Imoved to Castlemilk in 1954 and went to Arnprior then Glenwood.Audrey went to Spittal Primary then Gallowflat. We came to Canada in 1971 and have lived in Ajax since then.We have a son Stewart and a daughter Cheryl. Stewart is married with 2 boys Keegan7 and Andrew 4,Cheryl is still single.We have tried to get in touch with Brenda & Sinclair Clarkson of St.Cathrines but the e-mail address
would not register.If they read this please get in touch.All the best Archie & Audrey Neely
Tom Mason
Canada
Homepage Born in the Rotten Row 1963, came to Canada in 1985, I would like to recieve some bag pipe music for dark isle and for Rothesay Bay. I grew up in Inchinan, Ayr and Rothesay, I went to Queens College, Glasgow 1980 - 1984 completed HD Hotel management, would like to talk to any grads from that time. I have lived in Canada for 15 years.
Jaz Khaira
England
N/A Born in Glasgow in 1978, I lived in Allison Street (went to St Brides), before moving to Pollockshields. Here I went to St Alberts Primary and eventually went on to Shawlands Academy for about a year and a half!
Maragaret Graham (nee Millar)
South Africa
N/A I was born in Rottenrow Glasgow in 1950. Was brought up in Rutherglen. Went to Fairy St, Spittal & Gallowflat School. Came to S.A. in 1975. Would love to hear from any old Ruglonians.
Edward Chisnall
Scotland
N/A Author of books and radio series about Glasgow Bell in the Tree,' 'City' architectural posters, etc.
David Browne
Australia
N/A Hi I was born at the Royal Infirmary 1947 lived most of my life in Bishopbriggs ( Kirky Road ) near the cross , came to Hobart in 1998 , hope to get hame middle of next year .
Pat Irwin
Scotland
N/A Born 1948 in Uddingston, brought up in Viewpark, Went to St Columba's and St John the Babtist Uddingston, worked in Bellshill for 35 years in Redlac, Scot Vac, Consarc and now called Calcarb Ltd. Would like to hear from old friends.
   
   

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