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> Moira Eadie, Lost family
BrendaLP
post 1st Aug 2018, 09:17am
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I would love to hear from anyone who knew/knows Moira Eadie, born 8 July 1948 in Glasgow. Her parents were David Robertson Eadie and Catherine (nee Young) who married in 1940 and they lived at 160 Gourlay Street when Moira was a baby. David worked as a machineman at the North British Locomotive Works at Hydepark, although he had previously worked for the Prudential Assurance Company. The family moved to 10 Pitmilly Road, Drumchapel about 1957.

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Brenda Lang-Pascoe


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post 1st Aug 2018, 11:34am
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Hi Brenda

I hope you have some luck in your search. Maybe you could post again in Glasgow Districts under "Drumchapel".

About 5 or 6 years ago I added a comment under "Cranhill" and I got a message from a lady who recognised my Aunt's family name and had been friends with them. She had been trying to locate her old school mate, my cousin who moved to the USA many years ago. Result was, I (in New Zealand) was able to put them in touch with each other.

So, I hope you have similar success in finding your friends.


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