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> Where I Was Born, How About You?
Doug1
post 7th Jun 2012, 08:02am
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Alas another great place Redlands Hospital is no longer, hey but I'm still here biggrin.gif


Hi Penny I was born in Redlands hospital which I think was on Great Western road in February 1942. I dont remember much about it except that it was during the war


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*Marie McIntosh*
post 8th Mar 2016, 07:12pm
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My Birth Certificate says I was born at the Glasgow Maternity Hospital on the eighth of February, 1950. The home address of my parents was 47 Nethan Street, Govan.

If anyone can post a picture of either, then or now, I'd be ever grateful !

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wee mags
post 5th Apr 2016, 03:57pm
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I was born in 26 Guthrie St ,in what we called the big room thumbup.gif


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post 5th Apr 2016, 09:50pm
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I was born at home too, at 31 the Rand Square, Eastriggs, Dumfriesshire. Have you noticed how small the line is for you to put your birthplace on forms etc. It is very hard to get all that, well the Eastriggs Dumfriesshire anyway on the space provided laugh.gif I didn't come to Glasgow until I was 10 years old.
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post 10th Apr 2016, 10:28pm
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I was born in 26 Guthrie St ,in what we called the big room :thumbup:


Hello Mags

Was that above or below Garbraid Avenue? My Dad's brother, Hugh Harris lived in the last close at the juction with Garbraid Avenue in the Corporation houses. So with you talking about the big room , I take it you lived in the tenements above Garbraid Avenue. My mother worked in the wee grocers shop in Guthrie Street above Garbraid Avenue in the late 1930's.

Many years later, the first house I lived in after being married was a single end in Balfour Street.

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*Chris masters*
post 4th Mar 2018, 07:35pm
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Hi Big Jock am a bit late but thats where my family stayed 15 Govanhill street and it brings a tear to my eye thumbup.gif
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post 7th May 2018, 09:12pm
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My birth certificate says where I was born 10 Clairmont gardens Glasgow. would this be like a nursing home?

This is not a family address.My date of birth is March 1945.

My birth was registered at Kelvingrove district is that where this address is?

This post is so old this reply will probably not be noticed, but I was researching 10 Clairmont Gardens and came across this. My mum was born at this address in March 1947 and her mum confirmed it was a nursing home at the time.
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post 14th Jun 2018, 07:42am
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[quote name='Frank981' post='320453' date='4th Oct 2010, 05:23am']I was brought up in Polmadie street bounded by Calder street and Hamilton street.I lived next door to the primary school and attended the local church, was in the Squibs,Lifeboys,Boys Brigade,it was a very close knit community.Sadly the tenements/school


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Stillroom
post 14th Jun 2018, 07:50am
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I was born 28 Stobcross Street, kelvingrove 1948, but first memory is of 9 McLean Street Kinning Park.



I lived at 85 Stobcross Street, Anderston, born in Oakbank Hospital in 1946, my mum and her three sisters had been bombed out and had only a single end in Lilac Place, for 4 mums and kids so it was fantastic to get a flat, converted from 2 shops, we even had a bathroom, they moved us all out in 1953 to Barlanark, end of the world!


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