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> Paisley Road Toll, Rutland Crescent School
weearmour
post 13th Jan 2004, 11:17pm
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just wondering if there are any ex pupils from my old primary school out there? I would love to know if anyone has photos of the school and/or pupils? thanks, jean (pandelus) miller
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post 14th Jan 2004, 05:59am
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Hello weearmour,
good to see you posting, have missed hearing from you,
A wee bit late but a Happy New Year to you & your's
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post 14th Jan 2004, 02:20pm
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Welcome weearmour - have you tried the website: friendsreunited.co.uk

it is great for schools and old friends.

All the best...thistle
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post 14th Jan 2004, 10:30pm
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Hey Jean, here's a picture of the auld school
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post 20th Jan 2004, 12:05am
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I was thrilled to see your request about Rutland Cres. School. My grandparents lived on the corner of Paisley Rd. & Rutland Cres. on the top floor of the close above the pub. My granny used to go to a "wee menage" in the cresent and sometimes, if I was lucky, she would take me with her. All of the family came from that area and I still remember going to an Xmas party given at the home of the lady who ran the dairy. Also getting sent to Cochrane's for messages. And there was a great ice cream store on the opposite side of Paisley Rd. W. Wow, it has been many a year since I was there. sad.gif
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*Alex Marshall*
post 2nd Mar 2008, 03:00pm
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QUOTE (weearmour @ 13th Jan 2004, 11:24 PM) *
just wondering if there are any ex pupils from my old primary school out there? I would love to know if anyone has photos of the school and/or pupils? [SIZE=7] thanks, jean (pandelus) miller


Hi Weearmour

I was a pupil at Rutland Cresc. school from 1939-1950. I had a John Armour in my class who lived on the Govan road just two minutes from the school. They had a few siblings in the family, Ruth, Olive May and I think two older brothers one who was a goalkeeper with Shawfielkd Juniors. The family were also very strong brethern people attending the Gospel Hall in Plantation St.

Hope this is the same family.

Bye

Alex Marshall
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post 2nd Mar 2008, 03:08pm
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QUOTE (Gallusbisom @ 20th Jan 2004, 12:12 AM) *
I was thrilled to see your request about Rutland Cres. School. My grandparents lived on the corner of Paisley Rd. & Rutland Cres. on the top floor of the close above the pub. My granny used to go to a "wee menage" in the cresent and sometimes, if I was lucky, she would take me with her. All of the family came from that area and I still remember going to an Xmas party given at the home of the lady who ran the dairy. Also getting sent to Cochrane's for messages. And there was a great ice cream store on the opposite side of Paisley Rd. W. Wow, it has been many a year since I was there. sad.gif

Hi Gallusbisom

I used to live on the Paisly Rd. West on the same side as you just across frm Stanley St. I remember the dairy in the crescent where you went to the party it was Mrs Farmer who ran it.
The Ice Cream shop was justa couple of doors down from Portman St. I lived there from 1934-1957.
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post 3rd Mar 2008, 12:37am
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Hi Alex, I went to Rutland Crescent school when very young, my family at that time lived at 36 Paisley Rd. West, one up, across the road from Buchanan's paper shop. You will know the close, it was the one where there was a gap in the tenement block, nothing left but the shops on the ground floor. Our building had been dislodged by the effects of the bombing of nearby Plantation/Blackburn streets. So they pulled it down and we had to move. I was born in Sussex St. and also went to Wallace Grove Place school earlier.
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post 3rd Mar 2008, 06:09am
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HI Alex,
My Aunt lived in Rutland Crescent for years,
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The Cavanagh's
What years did you live at Paisley Rd West ??????????
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post 12th Apr 2008, 11:00am
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HI Alex,
My Aunt lived in Rutland Crescent for years,
#19 & #24
The Cavanagh's
What years did you live at Paisley Rd West ??????????


Hi Annie Laurie

I can rember the Cavanah's who live in the Crescent, if I can remember correctly their was definately one lad in the family who went to St. Margarets school. The close where they lived was probably the frst or second down from P.R.W.

I live at No. 42 Paisley Rd. West opposite Stanley St.
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*Rena Farmer*
post 28th Apr 2008, 09:44pm
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I was born in Rutland Crescent and went to Rutland Crescent school. Does anyone remember the dairy which belonged to my mother and father? We lived at number 18.
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post 26th Aug 2008, 06:18am
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QUOTE (Rena Farmer @ 28th Apr 2008, 10:48pm) *
I was born in Rutland Crescent and went to Rutland Crescent school. Does anyone remember the dairy which belonged to my mother and father? We lived at number 18.

Hi Rena,
I was also born at 18 Rutland Crescent and I remember you and your Mother & Father.
I lived above the opening of the close with neighbours Scullion & Clark (hope spelling is correct), and the McCalls lived across from you. The first time I watched TV was in your Mother & Fathers house. Good to remember the old days at the crescent.
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post 27th Aug 2008, 12:50pm
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Jim did you move to Corkerhill?
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post 28th Aug 2008, 07:54pm
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QUOTE (CAT @ 27th Aug 2008, 01:54pm) *
Jim did you move to Corkerhill?
NO NEVER LIVED IN CORKERHILL
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*McCall*
post 1st Feb 2009, 10:55pm
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Hi Jim well i never i remember you and your brother well another neighbour of ours on the top

landing was the Rose family and the Isherwoods lived at the top of the Crescent, the Boags lived

on the other side of the Cres. Rena and i exchange a yearly update in our christmas card. Will be

watching this site to see if you reply Regards Evelyn
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