Author Topic: St Joseph's Home Patricroft manchester  (Read 3029 times)

mollymo

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Re: St Joseph's Home Patricroft manchester
« Reply #15 on: 15:55:15, 08/07/20 »
Ian St Joseph’s was further down Worsley Road facing the canal, I do have a photograph if you let me have your home email or address and when you see I have read it delete from the post.
Maureen

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Re: St Joseph's Home Patricroft manchester
« Reply #16 on: 19:54:32, 08/07/20 »
Hi Maureen, that would be fantastic, thank you.  If you'd like I'll send you the story of my relative who was the Mother General at the turn of the 20th Century and started the Rescue there. I dont think it will allow me to post an email address, so its dumvoc   and then its the "at" symbol gmail.com   Hope that makes sense
regards Ian

mollymo

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Re: St Joseph's Home Patricroft manchester
« Reply #17 on: 20:41:46, 08/07/20 »
Ian, got it will email tomorrow my main computer had Windows 7 which is obsolete and will let me do very little on it, so will use my iPad which I do not use very much.
Maureen .

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Re: St Joseph's Home Patricroft manchester
« Reply #18 on: 20:44:49, 08/07/20 »
THanks Maureen

Rangefinder10

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Re: St Joseph's Home Patricroft manchester
« Reply #19 on: 01:24:02, 05/11/20 »
Hi
Just come across this thread.


Takes be back in time.


St Joseph's Home was off Worsley Road and Miller Street.
Looking at the map it now looks like some sort of a modern build hostel.

I lived in the next street, on Athol Street, in the 1950's and delivered newspapers as a schoolboy.
I used to meet a nice girl somedays from the home who also delivered papers. Would probably be around 1958ish