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minichick Posted 10th Nov 2019, 05:33pm
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minichick Posted 13th Dec 2014, 07:22pm
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Can anyone out there help please ?
minichick Posted 27th Sep 2014, 11:12pm
  Recently I have been trying to contact the members of the Nugent family as I have some vital information that may be to their advantage, in particular, Jim and Robert Nugent who grew up in the Glasgow area in the 1950's.

The brothers lived at 1125 Royston Road, Glasgow with their mother, Mrs A Nugent in the 1950's and 1960's. I believe they were rehoused when the tenements were pulled down possibly in the late 1970's/1980's.

Jim moved away in the early 1960's to work in Yorkshire on the building sites, I think he moved back to Glasgow in 1964.

I hope you may be able to help me. Do you know either of the brothers or how I can contact them.

Please can you contact me if you can help my search
minichick Posted 1st Sep 2014, 06:49pm
  Just found another photo and will put full picture the first post was taken from.





Please post a reply, if you recognise Jim or anyone else in the photos

Yours hopefully
Vicky
minichick Posted 31st Aug 2014, 06:49pm
  Hi everyone
I hope someone might be able to help me.

It's a bit of a long shot, but I am trying to contact a member of the Nugent family.

James (Jim) used to live on Royston Road, Glasgow in the 1950 & 1960's with his mother, Mrs A Nugent and his brother Robert.

Jim moved to Leeds, Yorkshire in 1963 to find work on the building sites.

I think he moved back to Glasgow in 1964, but I'm not completely sure, he may have stayed in the Yorkshire area.

Jim will be around 70 years old now and I believe his brother Robert was a couple of years younger.

This picture was taken in the early 1960's


Please let me know if you know Jim or his family, or where they are now

Thank you in anticipation
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