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> The Green Lady, Made sure the house was clean
post 29th Oct 2010, 03:21pm
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The green lady wore a green trench coat and hat and wore sensible shoes and carried a briefcase, aye they were around even after I moved to Garthamlock but think the green had gone and they wore navy.. Everyone was scared of them.. they could drop in when they wanted, pity with all the child abuse there still not around..
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post 29th Oct 2010, 08:58pm
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After spending almost a year in Law hospital my mother had the green lady come visit her for some time. She used to give her shots. So I think these ladies had many duties to perform.Not just new babies.

From Glasgow now in Canada
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post 30th Oct 2010, 04:02am
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QUOTE (penny dainty @ 25th Oct 2007, 09:16pm) *
I mid the green lady , but she was the health visitor, came round to see the new babies and the kids under 5 , our one was called Miss Ramsey.

My Husband's Grandmother was a Green Lady .
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post 30th Oct 2010, 08:29am
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I well remember being told that the Green Lady brought the new baby in the bag she carried. laugh.gif Come to think of it nae wonder childbirth was such a shock tae the system. laugh.gif
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post 30th Oct 2010, 09:31am
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Me to Melody thought it wis magic getting a baby out of her bag ,as for natural shock on giving birth to my first child passed, I was slightly more prepared for the next five babies but would have loved tae have had them out of her bag biggrin.gif

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post 30th Oct 2010, 09:32am
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The Green Lady wis wan o the scary stories ma Ma used tae tell us when we were young. It ended up wi the storyteller peerin through the letter box o a hoose - an there wis the Green Lady dancin in a bath o blood! biggrin.gif Another favourite wis "Gie me back ma linen sheet, ah'm cauld, ah'm cauld, ah'm cauld!".

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post 30th Oct 2010, 09:42am
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Sadly the green lady took a dim view o me efter my wee darlin had three weans on the trot she wance looked at me wie scorn an contempt in her eyes ,and utter these immortal words'' you should be in the far east'' av still never been able tae work oot whit she meant.

After a break o two years wie had another wan ,an then ah thought its the snip fer me ,jasus ah cood hardly walk fer a week, ach the fings we dae fer luv eh girls laugh.gif tongue.gif
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post 22nd Jun 2012, 07:36pm
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definitely around in the 60's!!!!!!! I remember my mum telling me my sister and two brothers to stay in the living room and not make a noise as the 'green lady was at the door'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol.... think by the 4th child she was just wearing thin! we often talk about thwe 'green lady to this day! oh! happy days! x
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post 25th Jun 2017, 09:04pm
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THe Green Lady in Garthamlock still came to see ma wee lassie in the 70s.. a mind it clearly...
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