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> Priesthill Crescent?
carol1
post 17th Jul 2011, 11:45pm
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Hello everybody, been looking for any old pics of priesthill crescent 1968-72. I was born in glasgow but moved to north east england when I was 5 (now 44) but have memories of living at 91 Priesthill crescent, i remember the haze family living upstairs, there were 5 of us kids an my mum n dad, Jimmy n lena goodwin nee macleod. My eldest brother was Jeff then Colin, me (carol) james n baby david. I remember walking up the road to school past some shops, but not the name of the school, I know we used to go to sunday school nearby as well. Would be so thrilled if any of this rang a bell with somebody, or even better photos. I feel such a strong sense of 'belonging to glasgow' and am still so proud of my roots. Thanks to anybody who can help.
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JohnTRobertson
post 18th Jul 2011, 02:40am
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Hi Carol,
I went to Burnbrae Primary with a guy called Jeffrey Goodwin (so my memory tells me). So if he is your brother he'll be about 48 now. If I am correct he had very blond hair.

But, then again, I might be getting old n confused.
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carol1
post 18th Jul 2011, 08:56am
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wow! thats brilliant! yes your right, he was blonde and is 48 now, thats given me a buzz to find someone who went to school with my brother! he is back living in Glasgow and has been for the last 20 odd years, in vicarfield place Govan. Thanks so much for that.
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Glesga Geek
post 14th Sep 2011, 03:23pm
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hi Carol,

I would post this on the Priesthill forum

or check out :

http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/sutra4899.php&am...l+crescent#4899
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carol1
post 14th Sep 2011, 07:16pm
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Glesga Geek thanks very much for the photos of old Priesthill, was great to look through them! gave me that wonderful sense of my heart belonging to Glasgow, no matter how bad it may have been then, that really doesnt matter to me, was so good to see the photos and walk back through it. Thanks again biggrin.gif
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Jim D
post 15th Sep 2011, 12:33am
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hi Carol,

I would post this on the Priesthill forum

or check out :

http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/sutra4899.php&am...l+crescent#4899


Looking at those photos I thought I was back on my sunday paper round! lol

Or winching round the back courts in "southy" lol


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post 31st Oct 2011, 07:34pm
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hi Carol

I remember you and your family , we stayed next door to you.. YOUNGS.. we were on CORSFORD DR on the corner of priesthill crescent .

the sunday school you went to and the school you passed was ST Roberts .

your brother Jeff jumped about with my brother Bobby and Pat heyes .

im Alan young brothers Gary and Bobby
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carol1266
post 12th Feb 2014, 12:12am
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Hi Alan, think its about 2 years later ive read your reply to my post about priesthill crescent oops! if you happen to read this..wow that's brilliant to hear you remember! I thought it was a long shot as ive got quite vague memories but amazing to hear from you! smile.gif
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