Waterlooville, Hambledon Road c.1955

Memories of Waterlooville

Vague Memories Of Waterlooville

I was born at the Bransbury Nursing Home, Jubilee Road, Waterlooville, during the war in December 1943. I lived with my grandmother Eva Hill (nee Redman) and my mother, Joyce Hill (nee Lewis) at 56 Hambledon ...Read full memory

A memory of Waterlooville by vesitrix

Mc Larens Of Waterlooville

My great uncle Bob (Robert McLaren) had a corn-chandler's shop in London Road. Great grandfather Donald McLaren (Bob's brother) was Head Gardener at The Grange, Havant, where he lived with my grandmother Violet ...Read full memory

Aolding Painters Decorators

Just go down Stakes Hill Rd. to where Gino's the hairdresser is situated and the next door semi was the home and business address of A.Olding Painter's & Decorators est. 1880. The Olding's were an old ...Read full memory

Hopfields

I lived at the RN & RM Children's Home, "Hopfields", Stakes Hill Road, from 1951-57, attending Waterlooville Primary, Stakes Hill Road, transferring to Cowplain Secondary Girls in 1952. My two younger brothers, Matthew and ...Read full memory

A memory of Waterlooville by ruth
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