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Williams Avenue 1950's

Postby Leighton » Mon Jun 30, 2008 8:45 pm

I'm looking for people who lived in Williams Avenue in the 1950's.
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Postby maisie & alec » Tue Jul 01, 2008 9:26 am

:D Hi Leighton,
My Husband Peter was one of twelve and brought up in Williams ave! He was born 1951 and the family lived there for years.

Teresa
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Postby BOBHAMO » Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:34 am

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Postby COLLY » Wed Jul 02, 2008 2:12 pm

A big welcome to leighton on joining the site. I have known old leighton for many years and he is knocking on a bit now, in fact i went to his last birthday party and when all the candles on his cake were lit it blistered the paint on the ceiling. he is an evertonian but we wont hold that against him , he actually took me to my first ever match at goodison donkey sanctuary , happily i saw the light after that and have been a red since.
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Postby COLLY » Sun Jul 06, 2008 10:51 pm

Teresa what is your husbands name and where did he live in williams ave. The john richardson at no 10 in that directory was my granddad.
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Postby robinroyle » Mon Jul 07, 2008 12:10 pm

The Fowlers in Number 30 Williams Avenue were my Uncle Harry and Auntie Bella. Their'kids' were Roy, Jean, Betty and Hazel. Sadly, only Hazel is still alive.
I remember great visits to Williams Avenue as a kid, Auntie Bella making banana butties or sugar butties if no bananas were available.
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Postby maisie & alec » Mon Jul 07, 2008 10:56 pm

Hi Colly,
My Husband Peter O'Toole lived in No 22, but I only found out at the w/end he was about 14 when they moved there, from King Ave.
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Postby collyb » Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:12 pm

hi leighton, my name is colette, we have lived in williams ave for 46 years, what a great street to grow up in, i was 6 weeks old when we moved in, i am the youngest of 7 children, and my dad still lives in number 8, his name is joe howard, write back soon, looking forward to hearing from you colette x
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Re: Williams Ave

Postby collyb » Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:17 pm

maisie & alec wrote:Hi Colly,
My Husband Peter O'Toole lived in No 22, but I only found out at the w/end he was about 14 when they moved there, from King Ave.
i rember the o tooles, i was a friend of maureens, and my sister was a friend of annes, this is a great site, i loved williams ave, and my dad still lives in number 8, his name is joe howard
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Postby Leighton » Thu Jul 10, 2008 9:18 pm

Hi Colette! :)

My actual name is Joe Richardson and I lived next door to you at Number 10. I left in 1960 to join the army and my mum and dad stopped there till 1966.
It's nice to hear from you
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Postby COLLY » Thu Jul 10, 2008 11:25 pm

Hello collette i remember your dad joe i went to st augustines and was in the same year as chris howard . is joe still a butcher .
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Postby collyb » Fri Jul 11, 2008 5:14 pm

Leighton wrote:Hi Colette! :)

My actual name is Joe Richardson and I lived next door to you at Number 10. I left in 1960 to join the army and my mum and dad stopped there till 1966.
It's nice to hear from you
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hi joe, we moved in to williams ave in 1962, so your mum and dad must have known my mum and dad, they must have been demented with seven of us kids, good to hear from you colette
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Postby collyb » Fri Jul 11, 2008 5:18 pm

COLLY wrote:Hello collette i remember your dad joe i went to st augustines and was in the same year as chris howard . is joe still a butcher .
hi, joe is now a meat inspector, chris works as a teacher in walton prison,what is your full name and i will tell our chris, he will be made up, good to hear from you colette
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Postby ron waters » Fri Jul 11, 2008 5:31 pm

COLETTE Welcome to this very freindly site , with all down to earth Bootle people on here .
Enjoy it
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Postby collyb » Sat Jul 12, 2008 4:20 pm

ron waters wrote:COLETTE Welcome to this very freindly site , with all down to earth Bootle people on here .
Enjoy it

thankyou ron, i really love this site, good to hear from you colette Ron
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Postby Pauline Darwin » Fri Aug 15, 2008 10:26 am

Hello

My gran Deborah Green lived in 43 until she died in the 1950s.

My father Thomas (Tom) and his brothers _ John,Albert,Arthur,Kenny and Charlie and sister Millie also lived their. Most of them had left before 1950 to get married or join the forces etc.

Regards

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Re: Williams Avenue 1950's

Postby Celia o'Leary » Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:10 pm

Hi my name is Celia O' Leary lived In 13 Williams I was one of a twin the was a elevern of us and I loved it there my freind was Teresa O'toole I'm new on this forum I've not lived in Liverpool since I was a teenager its been great reading all the message's
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Re: Williams Avenue 1950's

Postby Brunnyboy » Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:29 pm

my mum and dad lived there my dad jim size my mum lilly bill
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Re: Williams Avenue 1950's

Postby Celia o'Leary » Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:53 pm

I know your mum and they use to live next door to us I use to babysit for you I'm sure I did
How are you all Xx
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Re: Williams Avenue 1950's

Postby Celia o'Leary » Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:19 pm

It's all comming back to me now yours gramma (mrs bills to me ) was lovely I remember going to the betting shop for her winnings she was only exspecting 2/6 but I collected 9 bob she gave me 3d for being so honest bless her how is your mum do you see Maureen I used to babysit for her to I'm sure her sons name was Stephen underwood oh please give them my regards they were a lovely family I'd love to hear from them I also remember the sizes to hot are they


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