Local Pub?????????

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Mon Jun 19, 2017 2:02 am

Hi Bob great pic 1911 census shows an address of Buckly Hill Blundellsands Sefton for the family, perhaps also the address of the Inn, the mother of Annie is listed as a publican

Annie
McGinity
Daughter
Single
Occupation
Assistant In Business
Age
20
Birth year
1891
Birth place
Lancashire Sefton
Address
Buckley Hill Sefton Blundellsands
Parish
Sefton
County
Lancashire
Other household member first name(s)
Alice, Annie, Elizabeth, Laurence, Margaret, Mary
Other household member last name
Rimmer, McGinity, Jenkinson, Doyle
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thanks lily :lol: :lol: :lol:
Ronnys litherland digital site has 2
cracker photos of the new tom jones being built with the old one still standing
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Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:38 pm

Could have used a McGinitys on Buckley Hill after our games Bob, that would have been handy and a lot better than the Cabbage :D Ken
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Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:40 pm

I know Ken, a couple of pubs by me have shut been there
before 1880s will now be converted to flats :shock: :shock:
any one know whats happening to the old roan pub passed it sunday
with scaffolding around it
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Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:04 pm

Went past there this morning, also had a "For Let" sign!!!!
Lived Linacre Lane, Trinity Road & Knowsley Road.
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Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:49 pm

I had many a drink in the Liverpool Arms, I lived a short walk from there in Sterrix Lane. ;)
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BOBHAMO wrote:I know Ken, a couple of pubs by me have shut been there
before 1880s will now be converted to flats :shock: :shock:
any one know whats happening to the old roan pub passed it sunday
with scaffolding around it
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Bob, Ive heard they are repairing the roof.


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Wed Sep 06, 2017 12:55 am

Hi. Bosshog.where abouts on sterrix lane did you live. I lived there from 1952 until 1967. :D
i want to meet all old family and friends.From Garden Lane,Sterrix Lane and Sefton Estate
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Nice to see you posting Mary. Hope all well. Regards Ken :D
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Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:00 am

Yes Ken second that Ken

Great Pictures Bob nice post

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Mon Sep 25, 2017 2:59 pm

There is a website called " The Lost Pubs Project " upon which are listed pubs which have closed over the years, it is a countrywide site, but there is a large section on Liverpool, Bootle, Sefton, there are photographs of a lot of the pubs and people are invited to add any comments, historical facts about each pub, or add any pubs to the site yourself which are now closed / demolished.

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Mon Sep 25, 2017 7:59 pm

A question to try and remember is after the Der by pub closed on Strand Road what was the new name of it when it reopened an a clue it was an Irish bar
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Was it JFK's Henry?
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Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:37 pm

mary moulsdale wrote:Hi. Bosshog.where abouts on sterrix lane did you live. I lived there from 1952 until 1967. :D
I lived on the bottom end near Gorsey Lane. Number 9 opposite the "new" houses. ;)
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Bernie R wrote:Was it JFK's Henry?
Yes bernie you got it
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Bernie R wrote:Was it JFK's Henry?
Yes bernie you got it
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Hi was the old Mcgintys where Cabbage pub is on Fleetwoods Lane netherton Liverpool. thanks for reading . Lesley

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Wed Feb 27, 2019 8:27 am

sorry lesli you are right
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Tue Jul 30, 2019 4:32 pm

BOBHAMO wrote:Welcome Lesley :D :D
Mcgintys was the liverpool arms ,tom jones
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That's definitely the Cabbage Inn on Fleetwood Lane.
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sorry you are right
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Why no photos of the "Blobber" Used to be the best local ever. :cry: :cry:
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sorry Ed up for sale :( :(
think only the Jawbone is open
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BOBHAMO wrote:Image
sorry Ed up for sale :( :(
think only the Jawbone is open
https://www.daltonsbusiness.com/restaur ... -uk/463841
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Hi Bob. Looking at that photo and listening to Barbra Streisand singing "Memories". I am in tears right now. Lots and lots of good times had in there. Friday and Saturday night singsongs, Thelma was the best barmaid ever. Could order a round for the table and she'd remember what we were all drinking . Never got it wrong.
Old Billy Shacklady singing YNWA. We'd all throw sixpences and coins at him as he was singing :D . Yeah. Them were the days hey. :cry:
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Fri Aug 02, 2019 9:09 pm

Blobber.. Sorry. The barmaids name wsa "Hilda" :oops:
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Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:09 am

hi gang, 1960 the barmaid was alice ,I was barman there 1960-1962 the manager was john tate ex raf pilot. I think alice lived in a barges cottage opposite king dicks. regards billy.
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Wed Aug 07, 2019 7:44 pm

Hi Bill.
The Blobber probabaly served the best pint of bitter in the village. Remember Tate being told that he had a pipeline through to the canal. He replied "that was for the mild" Place was always packed out on the Friday and Saturday nights.
Billy Shack (the coalman) coming in after work, covered in coal dust. Tatie telling him that "Sambos" weren't allowed to sit down. :lol: Never get away with that now. :oops:
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Wed Aug 07, 2019 11:12 pm

Bill Shacklady was our coal man in the 60/70s, Ed. To be politically correct, you can't use the term you've used, mate.
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filsgreen wrote:Bill Shacklady was our coal man in the 60/70s, Ed. To be politically correct, you can't use the term you've used, mate.
Okey Dokey. Will administer six of the best to myself. :oops:
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What was the brewery for The Jawbone. King Dicks was Walkers, as was The Stanley. Blobber was Threllies. Cant for the life of me think what the Jawbone was. Maybe Bents. Going to have a small brandy and think on it.
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Thu Aug 08, 2019 9:14 am

I think it was Ind Coope but not sure :?:
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Thu Aug 08, 2019 2:16 pm

hi gang, henry correct as usual, back in the 50s jock mcnab was manager he was an everton player. my dad used to play his ukallaly in the jawbone for many years. regards billy.
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henry wrote:I think it was Ind Coope but not sure :?:
My sister in law reckons it was Bents and Thwaites. ( She is only wrong when she speaks) :shock: Never heard of the later, Thwaites Can't even remember going in there for a pint.
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EdMcDonald wrote:
filsgreen wrote:Bill Shacklady was our coal man in the 60/70s, Ed. To be politically correct, you can't use the term you've used, mate.
Okey Dokey. Will administer six of the best to myself. :oops:
Mr Shacklady was our coalman 1939 His horse was standing outside our house breathing steaming breaths (Very cold day) I ran inside and told My Mam MR Shacklady's Horse smokes !
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EdMcDonald wrote:What was the brewery for The Jawbone. King Dicks was Walkers, as was The Stanley. Blobber was Threllies. Cant for the life of me think what the Jawbone was. Maybe Bents. Going to have a small brandy and think on it.
Ed
Hi Ed, Could it have been Yates ales ? Enjoy. Dave s
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