Newton-Le-Willows, Merseyside
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Newton-Le-Willows and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Leaving Home 1952

November 17th 1952 I left home from Earlestown Station for Liverpool to join the Royal Navy as a boy seamen. I proceeded to St. Johns Lane then onto the train headed for ...Read full memory

Mystery

On my grandmothers birth certificate in 1894 it states that her mother was called Isabella Green-Kaye and the address is 132 Mercer Street, Newton-Le-Willows. In the 1901 census it ...Read full memory

Growing Up In Newton

I was born in the old cottage on the left, 175 High Street, in 1948, as June Glencross, my parents squatted there after the war, my dad became the local builder. In 1956 ...Read full memory

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