the best years of my life i was born in 5 ruskin rd in the late 40s and early 50s all the kids played in the street istill remember all june cole alan cole kenny grumble georgina ...Read full memory
I lived at 42 Stratford Rd, upstairs in rented rooms. Below lived Mr Woodsell and his daughter Maureen. Opposite was Robert Hopkins, his dad was a carpenter, his mother taught ...Read full memory
Well, 1945 upwards, I am a Southall person through and through. Born in in Hillingdon Host. We lived in Beaconfield Road and I went to the infant school, a Mrs Betts. I remember crying ...Read full memory
I grew up at Bulls Bridge and my maiden name was Betty Miles. I went to Western Road school from the age of 5 to 14 and spent all my single life at Bulls Bridge because dad worked ...Read full memory
I moved to Southall when I was 5 with my family, went to live at Cornwall Avenue and then went to Lady Margaret School, left there when I was 11 went to Dormers Wells, at 12 we ...Read full memory
I have been trying to locate Eileen Marie Blake (maiden name). The only contact address that I have is for her mother in 1951. The address is 207 North Road, ...Read full memory
I was born at 69 Saxon Road, Southall, in December 1947, a very bad winter. My older sisters were half sisters, so they had a different surname [Macnab], Barbara (married name Hearn), ...Read full memory
I lived at 69 Oswald rd in southall, with mum and dad (white) and my grandparent (whyton ) I went to beaconfeild school primary 1960ish I remember the news ...Read full memory
Quaker Oats had a spur going into their factory just past top lock on the Grand Union Canal. I used to watch the barges being unloaded with a huge vacumn pipe used by a man ...Read full memory
I was born at 12 Lyndhurst Ave Southall on January 1941. My parents moved into this property in the late 30s. I remember a bit of the war when I was about three or ...Read full memory
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