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Guest Posted 29th Oct 2017, 01:42pm
 
QUOTE (Bridget BRENNAN @ 4th Dec 2016, 06:31pm) *
Dad was born at 63 Glenpark Street in December 1923. His aunty Rose McFarlane lived at 44 Glenpark Street. Wonder if you managed to find any photos?

Alison Morgan Posted 5th Aug 2017, 07:27pm
  Hi Bridget.

Sadly no photos of Glenpark street or The fruit shop on Duke street as yet. Hopefully one day. 😊
Bridget BRENNAN Posted 4th Dec 2016, 06:31pm
 
QUOTE (A MORGAN @ 13th Sep 2011, 02:31pm) *
Hi all, my family were from the east end of Glasgow, Duke streeet and Glenpark street Glasgow. I am particulary interested to see if anyone wouls remember a fruit shop caleed Blacks on duke street that my gran used to work in back in the 1930s Her name was Janet Morgan but was known as Jenny. My gran and granpa were called Margaret and Adam hutchison Morgan and they stayed in Glenpark street. If anyone has any info on them or any old pictures to show me that wouls be amazing smile.gif

Alison

Dad was born at 63 Glenpark Street in December 1923. His aunty Rose McFarlane lived at 44 Glenpark Street. Wonder if you managed to find any photos?
A MORGAN Posted 13th Sep 2011, 02:42pm
  ps In the attached photo this is my great gran Margaret and Adam Morgan and their granchild Margaret Dyers , not Jenny Morgan
A MORGAN Posted 13th Sep 2011, 02:31pm
  Hi all, my family were from the east end of Glasgow, Duke streeet and Glenpark street Glasgow. I am particulary interested to see if anyone wouls remember a fruit shop caleed Blacks on duke street that my gran used to work in back in the 1930s Her name was Janet Morgan but was known as Jenny. My gran and granpa were called Margaret and Adam hutchison Morgan and they stayed in Glenpark street. If anyone has any info on them or any old pictures to show me that wouls be amazing smile.gif

Alison
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