Ols Residents - a Memory of Douglas Bridge.

The new houses were occupied by ... Tommy and May Treacy (opposite the Loop), next was Alice and Joe McCormack with their sons Seamus, Brian and daughter Carmel, next was Edmund and Nan Duncan with son Ian and daughters Caroline, Lorraine, Avril and Amanda, next was James and Lizzie Duffy with their sons Jim, Sean, Tommy, Michael, Damien and daughters Maisie, Bridie, Margaret, Pat, Josephine, Ann, Geraldine and Bernadette. Next was Joe and Nancy Gallagher with son Eugene and daughters Siobhan and Ann, next was Hughie and Ginny McLoughlin with sons Hugh, Joe, Patrick. Across the wooden bridge was Mrs Ward. In the mill houses was Eamonn and Peggy Morris with sons Edward and John and daughter Elaine, next was Mrs McSorley. Across the road next to the bridge was Ned and Nelly Morris with Nelly's brother, James O'Neill.


A memory shared by Ian Duncan on Jun 2nd, 2009.
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