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> Burnhouse Street, Maryhill, Anybody grow up there in the 50s/60s
post 8th Jan 2012, 11:55pm
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Hi Mike
Sorry I missed your message not been on here for a while.
I was doing the old "wonder what happened to ..." wink.gif
We actually went to school together - primary - last I saw you was in Byres RD back in the 70's
Great to hear from you

Sittin on top o' the bus - looking down...............
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post 14th Jan 2012, 07:48pm
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I've attempted to replicate Burnhouse St. In the 1940's and 1950's when I lived there as I've scoured the net and can't find any pics of the street during that period.

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post 8th Jul 2012, 10:14pm
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QUOTE (zdoc @ 1st Dec 2004, 04:45pm) *
wee mags: the docherty's who lived on Gairbraid you remember if their names were Martin and Elspeth Docherty? Their eldest daughter's name was Elizabeth and then Kevin. They moved to Canada in the late 60's/early 70's.

I am told that both my mother-in-law and father-in-law went to St. Mary's. My mother-in-law's sister, Mary Cannon, who lived on Maryhill Road remembers your name.

i was at school with mary cannon she married a docherty think he was alex same class at school
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post 19th Apr 2014, 10:23pm
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thanks for remembering my family alive and well but moved away from glasfow twenry years ago best to all mike

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post 12th Oct 2015, 02:48pm
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Does anyone remember mcnulty family from 186 Burnhose in the 50s?
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post 25th Jun 2016, 10:10am
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QUOTE (zdoc @ 7th Nov 2008, 11:58pm) *
Yep...there was a whole brood of them. Three of the boys moved to Canada and the two sisters stayed in Glasgow. Wonder if it is the same Docherty's your mother knew?

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post 18th Mar 2018, 06:41pm
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QUOTE (maryhillgal @ 7th Nov 2008, 10:24pm) *
Michael Coggane doesn't ring a bell with me but there was a father and son both called Ronnie Coggane who had a garage in Stratford Street/Shakespeare Street. When they first opened it they didn't have a house and lived in a double decker bus parked at the garage. It was beautiful inside.
That garage was there for years [and they eventually bought a flat]!!

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