Am trying to piece together my life while in England. I was sent to some kind of institution when I was a few months old, probably in 1945/46. I believe that ...Read full memory
My parents moved to Heston in 1954, I was one. My uncle owned Heston Garage, his name was Bill Biggs, he lived above the garage for a while before building and living ...Read full memory
My grandparents, Fred and Rose Organ, lived at 67 West Way. My mother, Betty Eileen, and I came from the United States to visit on holiday in 1955. I was 6 years ...Read full memory
Parish Church Heston where I was married in 1962. My son David was baptized there. I loved Heston. I remember where they had places to tie your ...Read full memory
I remember Mrs Ballard at the hairdressers in The Crossways. I did some hair modelling for her at one time when she employed a hairdresser called Freda. We went up to ...Read full memory
south side gt west rd..aerial photo 1937 by east side Sutton lane lower..beside ace spades petrol garage...looks like hotel complex.1937 2 marquees tents..long oblong pool..bathers ...Read full memory
1940-1953 I was born on Great West Road...my first memories are of all the bombs dropping during the war & I can remember most of the shops there & on Vicarage Farm Rd. I went to ...Read full memory
I remember Betty Organ, mentioned by one of your contacts. She was in my class at Heston Junior School before the War.
I just stumbled over this site. I was 10 years old when we left Heston to emigrate to Australia. My mother was a hair stylist in The Crossways Shops (# 136) and I remember ...Read full memory
I am living in Tasmania. My Father W.Moscrop was the first Headmaster of this school, which I believe was in Martindale Road. I understand it was a pilot ...Read full memory
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