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stevethemanc

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #90 on: 18:50:29, 06/12/16 »
I got the slipper off Mrs Slinger for pinching Janet Watsons rubber. Steve Shea DOB 1956
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mangles

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #91 on: 14:34:47, 17/01/17 »
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What a small world!  Although this is a rather old thread, I hope you are still around.


I am Elaine, and found this forum today after deciding to just do some general searching to try and clean up my family tree.


I was only thinking of Uncle Jim and Aunt Vye and Kath, as I would have called them, only a couple of days ago!  I have no photographs of Derrick, although I do have a couple of you, Stuart and Ian with their grandparents and your mum, amongst the heaps of information which my dad (Louis) kept, he was so pedantic, but the information has helped me fill holes. I am now so sorry I didn't ask him for more information about our family.


I went to Ashton Old Road school, but do know many of the names which have been mentioned on this thread. 


I hope you are still getting information from the forum, would love to hear from you.


Regards

mangles

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #92 on: 14:41:07, 17/01/17 »

My name was Marie Quinn and brothers were Gerald and Kevin
One of my friends at school was Patricia Winterbottom. Anyone remember st Vincent's 1947-1953? My grandma lived on south street with their son Bryan mcguinness

Stanny47

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #93 on: 21:45:55, 22/01/17 »
Remember the Lord Raglan>?
I went to school with  the son of the landlord of the Lord Raglan during the 60s.
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sapper

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #94 on: 16:59:34, 07/04/17 »
Hi  to all , I was born and bred in Higher Openshaw, in the year of 1943...in Brown Street, later to be renamed Brunner Street in about 1956 ish I went to Varna Street school, for my sins along with my elder sister and 2 brothers
MY gran. lived in Mary Street just off Stanley Street.
Our family moved to the new estate in Heald Green, Cheshire in 1957  but it was too far out for my father to get to work in Salford and we moved back and ended up in Greenwood house flats on kirkmanshume Lane, Longsight.

maggi

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #95 on: 18:49:30, 12/06/17 »
Hi Stanny47   


would that have been Sean Broderick (the son at Lord Raglan)

stevethemanc

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Re: Anyone Grow Up In Openshaw?
« Reply #96 on: 00:28:30, 06/06/19 »
I went to Elsian Street around61-66.I lived in Bartlett Street
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