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Looking For Old Memories - a Memory of Woodford Bridge.

Both my parents lived in Woodford for most of their childhood.  Mum lived in Uplands Road, and Dad lived in Chalford Walk. They got married in Broadmead Baptist Church in 1964.

I'm trying to find any records, memories anything at all that might relate to either of them. Can anyone help?


A memory shared by Rosie Rutherford on Oct 10th, 2008.
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Fri Oct 18th 2019, at 10:16 am
Hi Rosie.....There is a page that you would be welcomed to join and has quite a few residents all from Woodford Bridge...Search for the facebook group page of Recollections & Memories of Woodford Bridge (Essex) Just answer the questions and it will come through to me...Hoiping you might see this one day.....Larry
Fri Oct 18th 2019, at 10:12 am
Hi Rosie.....There is a page that you would be welcomed to join and has quite a few residents all from Woodford Bridge...Search for the facebook group page of Recollections & Memories of Woodford Bridge (Essex) Just answer the questions and it will come through to me...Hoiping you might see this one day.....Larry
Tue Feb 6th 2018, at 11:24 am
Hi, I was born in Gaynes Hill Road and had relatives who lived in Uplands road. Firstly Aunt Win and Uncle Don Smith, Next door but one Aunt Flo and Uncle Bill Roney with Fred and Eileen Further down the road Uncle Will and Aunt Hilda Fletcher and Terry, Next door a sister if gaunt Hilda and her family. They all lived on the left looking down towards the cricket field.

Wed Jan 13th 2016, at 4:54 pm
shrimpton491 commented:
We too lived in Chalford Walk up until about 1952, so maybe a little too early for your parents.
Yvonne Smith

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