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Memories of Bellshill

Bellshill Maternity Hospital

My Mother was born here on 9th November 1919. Her Mother died of Puerperal Fever two weeks Later. I was born here also o 4th November 1943. Mum told me there were sandbags around the Hospital Windows as the Shipyards on the Clyde had been bomber heavily by the Germans. Unfortunately, I don't have any photos of the ...Read full memory

A memory of Bellshill by Moira Jones

Born In Bellshills In 1989

I was born in Bellshill Martenity in 1989. I was born 6 months premature weighing 1 pound 04 ounces. I don't have any photographs to show and I was wondering if there was any information that could be sent to me by email which would mean alot to me. P.S hope to hear back soon, Thanks.

Looking For Irene Dalziel

Trying to trace Irene Dalziel who lived at 66 Clapperhowe Road, Jerviston in the sixties.

A memory of Bellshill

My Son David Was Born In Bellshill Maternity Hospital

February 28th 1977 was the day my son David Guy Norfolk was born here. It was rather unexpected - some three weeks early and luckily my wife Elizabeth had been admitted a day earlier because of high blood pressure so she was in the right place! I remember driving Elizabeth to ...Read full memory

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