Memories Of Plymouth Were I Was Born.

A Memory of Plymouth.

I was born at number 8 Castle Street, the Barbican Plymouth 1942 my mum was a daughter of the Higgins family. G G
Grandad use to run his boat from the Barbican across to Jenny cliff / Cawsands / Kingsands /Bovisands and when I was older as a little boy I used to help him. My Name was then Stocker but my mum died when i was very young indeed i never knew her, Her Sister adopted as she promised mum on he Death Bed and I became known as William Dudley,
My memories of Plymouth is to this day was one of the best places I have lived in and worked in. having seen it developed from the Bombed Ruins of the 2nd world war to to-day.
There are several places I am unable to place at times but there are many/ many places i have stood and thought I stood here many years ago and my heart is filled with joy and pleasure remembering the time's I had there with my mates,
Gee I could go on but and on but there is not a a lot of time in the day and I will return late rand add a few more Memories of were I went to school / lived / etc:
If there is anybody out there who lived at Beaumont Street Milehouse near Devonport/ Warwick Ave, Whitleigh.
Kit Hill Crescent St Budeaux. played football for Whitleight Spurs / Crownhill / several other teams around Plymouth in please contact me through this Memory site. I am mainly know and go by the name of Richard Dudley,
I now l live in Bodmin Cornwall,

With thanks to William R Dudley for this memory of Plymouth

Added 15 February 2021


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