Man Hung - a Memory of Barking.

i remeber one night walking from keith road over to the harrow pub to get some fags for me mum cos me dad was compere at most of the pubs around barking and as i walked past eatsbury house i saw wot i thought was a guy hanging from the scaffold but l8er found out it was a young man who had hung himslef cos of a break up with his long time girlfriend

A memory shared by Bob Warren on Aug 20th, 2014. Send Bob Warren a message.

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Thu Sep 4th 2014, at 9:45 pm
Anita Baker commented:
Bob what was your Fathers name please? My Dad was also a compere in Barking pubs between sixties and seventies I believe I am wondering if they ever worked together?

Thu Sep 4th 2014, at 10:32 pm
Bob Warren commented:
my fathers name was ron warren but they knew him as monty warren
Fri Sep 5th 2014, at 8:47 pm
Anita Baker commented:
Any relation to Madelaine Warren? Married to Chris (Tiggy) Warren?
Sat Sep 6th 2014, at 8:01 am
Bob Warren commented:
yes they were my aunt and uncle lived in thames view asate we lived in kieth road and me nan in greatfields road moved to mk in 1964 tig amd mad now deseased
Sat Sep 6th 2014, at 8:02 am
Bob Warren commented:
if you like ill add you to my fb friends page my name on there is notsododgy warren
Tue Sep 18th 2018, at 12:35 am
dave commented:
Hope you are still here. I went to school with the poor guy that hung himdelf. He was a few years older than me.
Tue Sep 18th 2018, at 12:35 am
dave commented:
Hope you are still here. I went to school with the poor guy that hung himdelf. He was a few years older than me.

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