Flavia's starlet Quex rd. Beckford School Broomsleigh Street then Harben School Kilburn. School dentist Kingsgate road (frightening) Grange Park. ...Read full memory
Hello ....I am trying to find Tony and Terry Smith; they are twins one dark, one fair, they had a sister as well. They lived in the Kilburn area in 60's ... Tony was perhaps ...Read full memory
Born in Kilburn Square in the early 30's we moved to Iverson Road and were there during the war. I used to act as messenger for the ARP who used the DOB club in Maygrove Road as ...Read full memory
I lived in Torbay Road just off the Willesden Lane and our two parks were Queens Park and Grange Park. The State Cinema seemed very grand, so we all used to go to Saturday morning ...Read full memory
Born in 101 Albert Road, moved to Charlton House and lived in flat No.38; the Whitby's, Streets, Watsons, Sullivans, Corrs, Reynolds, Ryans, Butchers, were all my neighbours. I ...Read full memory
I was born in this area in 1939 and lived in Cricklewood until 1955 when we moved to Dollis hill (Hamilton Road). We were in Olive Road throughout the war and would ...Read full memory
I was born in 1968 into the Bircham family - I am looking for my dad. My mum was Pauline Bircham (who passed away 20 years ago), her brothers were Gerald, Maurice and Peter, as well as a sister Pat. Is there anyone out there that could help me!
I have a vivid memory of playing on the bomb site in Cambridge Place, I was 10 years old and a real tomboy. As my grandmother lived at number 11 Cambridge Place together with ...Read full memory
Hi, I am looking for Tommy Roach and Willy Watts (think Willy lived in Albert or Denmark Road). Back in the day they used to meet in a cafe off of Queens Park Station. I am ...Read full memory
I don't suppose there's anyone alive today who remembers this event but they would have to be about 143 years old! But as a shot in the dark, I wonder if ...Read full memory
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