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Roger J. McGuire
USA
N/A I was born in Carfin in Lanarkshire but have been in the States since I was only four years old. I live near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in a small town close to the Allegheny Mountains. I have been told by visiting relatives that this area looks very much like Scotland. I am sorry to say that I have only been to Scotland once since coming here. I was in the 77th Infantry Division during WWII, and served in the Pacific theater. Would really like to hear from someone who may have also been in the service during the war, especially if you were in Guam, the Phillipines, Okinawa and/or Japan.
Donna
USA
N/A I am 30 years old, far from home and would love to talk to anyone from Glasgow of surrounding area who misses Scotland as much as I do.
Lesley Barbosa (nee Knox) N/A Just married an American in the Navy and we are soon off to Corpus to start a new life. Miss Scotland a lot and would love to talk to anyone. I enjoy sport and music and enjoying life as much as I can!!
Tam Henderson
England
N/A Born in Glasgow Royal Infirmary in 1954 to Marshall and Beryl Henderson. Grandparents Tam and Blondie Henderson. Lived for first four years of my life in Appin Road, Dennistoun, just off Alexandra Parade. Moved to Easterhouse in 1958 until 1967. Attended Rogerfield Primary and Lochend Secondary. After we left Easterhouse we lived all over Scotland - Golspie, Lochgilphead, Kinrosshire, Cumbernauld. Joined the Royal Navy after school. Stayed twelve years. Now working in an American Investment Bank in London. Anyone who thinks that any of the aformentioned sounds familiar would have known me as Hedley - a name I most definately do not use anymore!
John Nicholson
USA
N/A I was born at 49 Whitecrook Street in Clydebank in 1954. I contracted Polio in 1955 and was immediatly in isolation at Mearnskirk Hospital. I attended Our Holly Redmers in Clydebank and then ST Columbas in Riddel Street. I left Clydebank in 1976 and went to college in Mansfield in Nottingham spent 3 years there and moved to London. I then spent the next 13 years in London and moved back home in 1992 to Bonhill in Alexandria.And then eventually back to Duntocher Clydebank. In 1998 I moved to Florida and here I am. Does anyone remember the little boy with callipers on his legs? that was me that used to sing round the backs for pennies. It would be nice to hear from people that knew me i was quite distinct the way I walked.
Andy McWilliams
USA
N/A I was born in 1942 at the Southern General.I lived in Kintra St,and went to Broomloan Rd School. We moved to Drumchapel when I was 12,then I came over to the States,in 1965. I try to get back as often as possible and would like to hear from anyone from my area.
Linda McGinley
Canada
N/A Born in 66 in Paisley but raised in Pollokshaws. Attended Sir John Maxwells Primary School and Shawlands Academy. Moved to Vancouver, Canada in 86 but still homesick. (Looking for an old Primary school teacher Mr. Stewart Mitchell who taught in Sir John's) Would love to hear from anyone in Pollokshaws.
Betty Collins
USA
N/A Gourock born - Betty Collins - lived in Midton at 29 McMillan Drive and looking for anyone on the web who remembers me. left gourock 1959 for ny. cant access a gourock site like this. would enjoy hearing from friends or relatives collins or culligan
Russell Knox
Canada
N/A Born Partick 1931 Now retired accountant living in Toronto
Winnie Macfarlane (nee Brown)
Australia
N/A Hi there, I was born in dear old glasgow town. Spent most of my years there at Fastnet Street Cranhill went to Cranhill High School in the early sixties Worked at Collins Bookbinders for awhile When I wasen't running around the canal banks I would be at my granny's place at garngad which was called the budgeon I now live in Qld Australia would love to hear from anyone who knew me or the areas above
Sheona (McNeill) Smyth
Canada
N/A I was born in 1962, went to Bargeddie Primary School and then on to Coatbridge High. Came to Canada in 1977. Would love to hear from anyone that was from Bargeddie or who went to Coatbridge High between 1974-1977.
John Trainer
England
N/A I WAS BORN IN MULGUY IN 1938 LIVED THERE UNTILL 1961 WENT TO ST JOSEPHS AND THEN OHR IN CLYDEBANKA LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE 41CLUB I AM ALIFETIME MEMBER OF THE TAM O SHANTER CLUB RAN ABOUT BARROW LAND AND FANDFS AND ALL THE GLASGOW DANCE HALLS I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHERE MY COUSIN JOHN TRAINER IS ORIGINALLY FROM PARTICK LAST KNOWN ADDRESS MOUNT VERNON WE WERE ON THE BUSES AT THE SAME TIME GLAD TO HERE FROM ANYONE MAY BE YOU WIL REMEMEBER ME BETTER AS {JAKE } THAT WAS MY NICKNAME
Tommy & June Febers (nee McQuiston N/A My maiden name is June McQuiston, my husband's name is Tommy Febers if anyone knows us please get in touch we'd love to hear from you.
   
   

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