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> Phoenix Park Terrace, Born there and lived there
isa
post 21st Sep 2003, 10:54pm
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Hello,
I was just wondering if embdy in here came from phoenix park terrace at all, i was born there and lived there for a while, I am actually looking for a neighbour who saved my life, sorry but I don't have a name, also the local bobby at that time for that area.
Also i am looking for people from ardholm street.


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post 22nd Sep 2003, 10:12pm
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Hi! Isa,welcome tae the boards,hurry back and get yoursel involved.I can,t help you personally,but am sure someone will recognise your streets.We have a member of the Constabulary on the boards,might be able to research your local Bobby.Would certainly be nice to meet up with the person who saved your life. biggrin.gif


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post 23rd Sep 2003, 12:27pm
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hello,
thanks for answering, yes t would be lovely to met up with them and say a big thankyou, I also need to find a bobby that used to walk a beat in Maryhill early 60's
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a menzies
post 27th Sep 2003, 06:04pm
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hi isa.i lived in the terrace i stayed at 51 and my aunt jessie kelly lived at15 which was at the other end of the street.my name is menzies.we left there in 1937 but i still remember the wee grocers shop i think his name was thompsons.like to hear more.archie.
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david lowson
post 27th Sep 2003, 09:07pm
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Hi Isa I went to school with a Mary manclark ( I think thats how you spell her name). What was the pub called that sold the mind blown hooch was it called The Griffith, and who could forget Dochertys at the corner of North woodside Road.
My sister might be able to help you on the polisman she worked in Maryhill police station when it was in Garbraid ave. He was probably stationed at Camperdown Street.

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Margaret P
post 27th Sep 2003, 10:59pm
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Hi Isa my granny lived in phoienix park terrace from late 40 to 54 her name was maggie Johnstone I lived there for a while with her I remember the big hill we had to climb my mum and dad lived in Sawmillfield st not far away
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post 3rd Oct 2003, 10:58am
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Hello,
sorry I don't really know these places as I was born in 62 and the authorities took me away when i was 3 months old, it would be great if I could get the bobbies name for then and any people that lived there at the same time.


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a menzies
post 4th Oct 2003, 04:26pm
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when i was over in scotland on a tip i visited the terrace and it was all gone .was it condemned or was it in someones way.it wasnt a really bad neighbourhood.and it was great for kids with the park so handy.if you dint get kilt crossing the (loan.)to get there.archie
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post 26th Sep 2005, 06:45pm
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Hi All,

My name is Robert Carrigan born Oakbank Hospital and raised at 14 Phoenix Park Terrace 1943 till 1960. From 1952 I moved between my house and my Grannies in Raglan St after my mum died in 1952. I had 2 sisters at the time Rita and Mary also twin sister born a week before my mums Death. I still live in Glasgow Cardonald anyone remembers me get in touch.

Regards Robert Carrigan

PS Does anyone have any photo's of the Terrace as I have none and would like one for my family tree

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post 2nd Oct 2005, 10:56am
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Hello Hudgy,
I dont suppose you remember any of the families that lived at no 15 as they were probably still living there when I was born, any names would be great as I can do my research from that alone,
many thanks
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Rab Carrigan
post 29th Nov 2005, 10:15am
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Here is a link to photos of phoenix park .

pheonix park photos

hope this helps ya Da.


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post 12th Mar 2006, 02:18pm
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heelo. My Sister Mary Kerr lived in the Terrace . she now lives in Easterhouse. She moved there when she got married, before that she lived with us in Cedar Place.
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post 9th Oct 2007, 11:50pm
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smile.gif hi isa i just read your post . i'm sure my ma & da stayed in phoenix park terrace
when they first got married.I will ask them about this and see if they remember
anyone who stayed there round about 1962 and i'll get back to you.
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post 12th Oct 2007, 08:56am
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Hya Celtchic
thanks for getting back to me, any info on the terrace and any ex neighbours would be great,
many thanks
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post 21st Oct 2007, 09:59am
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Isa I asked my mum about phoenix park terrace ,she stayed there in 1968-69
at no.38 but she also told me the guy that owns framptons in maryhill also stayed
there.my sister works for him and she will ask him if he remembers any of the neighbours
that stayed there in 1962.as soon as she gets back to me I will let you know. smile.gif
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