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John Rudolph
USA
N/A I left 3 Crail St Parkhead in Glasgow when I was 9, emigrated with my parents, Marlene and Ronnie and brother David, to Detroit USA. I returned in 1976 for a holiday only to see that much of my childhood memories had eroded to nothing but rubble as it was being torn down for development. I recall all my old pals very well - including Rinaldi's Fish&Chip Shop, Green's Bakery, and Tommy's Sweet Shop. My parents are moving back from the states next year to Rothesay, and I will be bringing my family there a year later for a holiday and plan on coming for a few days' visit to Glasgow. I am working with a company called Medical Automation Systems in Charlottesville Virginia as Network Administrator, am hapilly married with three children. Please email me if you knew me, especially if we knew one another as pals.
Bernie Tober
USA
N/A Over 70 and like to travel and meet local people. Spent 2 weeks in Greenock durning WW2. ps We will be in Garelochhead for three weeks and would like to make some contcts before we get there from Florida USA
Sandy A. Macdonald
Canada
N/A I've been in Canada since 1969 - came here for 6 months "just to try it out" and never went home. I live in Vancouver and work in the Media (Radio). My Pop lives on the Isle of Skye and I get to go home this year for one whole month!
Murdie Cameron
USA
N/A I was born in Glasgow (Plantation) in 1940 went to Lorne St School then to Lambhill St School left Scotland in 1966, would like to hear from anyone who was around Plantation or Castlemilk at this time, or who's parents were.
Rick Doak
Canada
N/A Lived in Castlemilk before moving to Canada in 1974.
Pamela Mellado-Wright
Scotland
N/A Hi! I'm a single 37 year old who has lived in Glasgow for the past 11 years. Originally I am from Aberdeen, but Glasgow is my true home, I just love the place. When I first moved here I worked as a full-time D.J., but 2 years ago I decided that! I had had enough! {seen it, done it, heard it} Now I work as a course advisor for a correspondance school. Although I am now single I was married for 10 years and have a 17 year old daughter, living in New Zealand to prove it. Being by myself and at last o! n the net I am searching for as many friends as possible, so what ever corner of the world is your home, if you want contact with Glasgow today, Email me. I can talk about a wide range of things but my real passions are Rock Music, pubs, pinball and life. p.s. Sorry I hate football!!!
William Hogg
France
N/A 38 years old, Head of English in a French high school, I annually take French schoolchildren (15-16 years old) to Glasgow (we have a link with a Glasgow school). Original ideas on what to show my pupils in Glasgow always welcome !!!
Wilma Johnson (Nee: Lennie)
Australia
N/A I USED TO LIVE IN JAMES STREET, BRIDGETON CROSS. I ATTENDED JOHN STREET SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL AROUND 1950-54. I WAS A MEMBER OF THE PARKHEAD CONGRETATIONAL CHURCH YOUTH GROUP - I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO MAY REMEMBER MY NAME. I NOW LIVE IN BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA.
Anna Recasens
Catalonia
Spain
N/A Hello, I'm not Scottish but I'm Catalan (many people consider us cousins, so...).I'm coming to Glasgow at the end of september to do a research on cultural issues. I'd love to talk with someone about the city. That's it, I hope to keep in touch. See you in Glasgow. Anna
Gerry Hollywood
Australia
N/A I was born in govan 1949 moved to pollock when i was 15 went to St Gerards in Govan came to Australia 1973. have son Brian age 28 daughter Sharon 24.My wife Mary also lived in Pollok trying to contact any Killmartins who may be related, I have a brother Owen living in Milngavie. We will be in Glasgow on the 1st of August 98 for a 6 week holiday this will be our 5th trip I love Glasgow and its people I would love to hear from anyone who knew me or anyone who would like to drop me a line
Bill Pollock
USA
N/A Emigrated from Glasgow in 1947. Now retired in Arizona. MC and Vice-president of the Sun City Scots. Annual Burns Supper a sellout of 300 every year. Would like to make contact with some old friends from my hiking days. Nettie Anderson, and Sybil Hallows from Shettleston, Ruby McConnel from London Road. Will be in Glasgow July 1998. Visit Glasgow quite regularly.
Lilian Gray-Jones
Canada
N/A I was born and raised in Cambuslang and went to Cathkin High School. Emigrated to Canada at the end of 1991 and currently reside in Calgary, Alberta. Love my country and go home every year.
Alvin C. Bruce, Jr.
USA
N/A My wife's grandmother came to the United States from Glasgow sometime around 1900-1915. Her name was Ellen Green. We would very much like to communicate with the family of Gilbert Smith, Ellen's uncle.
James Reardon
Norway
N/A I am 51 male married and stay in Norway and would love to hear from other Glasgow folk
Ginger Stickney (Campbell and MacArthur)
USA
N/A I was born in Maine, and have recently found out that my family came to Maine from Glasgow. I am interested in attending the University and would love to hear from others about the area.
   
   

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