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  1. Thread: FORSTER

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    Not to worry....I found them. Would love to hear...

    Not to worry....I found them. Would love to hear from anyone who knows of this family.
    The correct family is George Alfred Forster b 1855 in South Shields, Durham, married laura Eliza Johnson,...
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    FORSTER

    I am looking for a Forster family from Liverpool who were Organ Builders. George Alfred Forster was born in Liverpool in c.1858 and sometime before 1891 went to Australia & while there he married a...
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    Organ Builders

    Can anyone point me in the direction of where I might find out where someone would serve their apprenticeship as an Organ Builder in or around Liverpool in the 1800's.
    Maybe even a list of...
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    Hi, Any pics of Pennistone Terrace or Newport...

    Hi,
    Any pics of Pennistone Terrace or Newport Terrace? Pennistone was off Townsend st & Newport was off Newport st.
    Would love to see any pics or info.
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    I am looking for what was probably a small...

    I am looking for what was probably a small greengrocers in Milford st, I think on the corner of Milford & Grt Howard streets. In about 1901.
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    Thanks shytalk.

    Thanks shytalk.
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    Greengrocers In Liverpool

    Does anyone know if it's possible to find who owned/ran Greengrocer shops in the early 1900's in Liverpool.
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    Can someone decipher this

    Apologies if I'm in the wrong place, but I couldn't find where to put this.
    Can someone decipher this street name for me?
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    NICHOLAS ST

    Does anyone have a map of where Nicholas st was in 1871? It was found as an address in the 1871 census. I have found a present day Nicholas st....is it the same one?
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    Wow! Thank You Ged & Marky. Great shots! :hug:

    Wow! Thank You Ged & Marky. Great shots! :hug:
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    Thanks so much. The pic, it's great. You said...

    Thanks so much. The pic, it's great. You said that Townsend st still has the old sign, could I ask you, Please, please, please to get a photo for me.
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    Thank You once again :handclap:

    Thank You once again :handclap:
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    Bartlam Street & Harford Lane Liverpool

    Ok Sleuths, looking for Bartlam st & Harford Lane. Anyone know where they were?
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    Thanks drone pilot, great photo.

    Thanks drone pilot, great photo.
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    Thank You PhilipG, hmtmaj & Waterways! I now know...

    Thank You PhilipG, hmtmaj & Waterways! I now know what the family church looks like. :handclap::handclap::handclap:
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    I think that's the one, I think it started with a...

    I think that's the one, I think it started with a 'B'. Do you know how long it was a Registry Office? I am looking for the one where Registry Office marriages where held in the 1800's.
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    Old Registry Office

    I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find a pic of the old Registry Office in Liverpool. I'm told it had beautiful big doors & was a beautiful building. I can't remember exactly where it is...
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    Thanks Ged. This site is wonderful. All I need...

    Thanks Ged. This site is wonderful. All I need now is to find some family & I'll be set. :handclap:
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    TOWNSEND MILL/REGENT RD

    Does anyone know where the Townsend Mill was? I found a pic/painting of it on http://www.mersey-gateway.org listed as Townsend Mill/Regent Rd. Does this mean it was on Regent rd & near Townsend st?
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    Thanks. What about the Townsend Mill, do you know...

    Thanks. What about the Townsend Mill, do you know where that was?

    Browniescorner
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    Hi again, I'm looking at the site you gave me...

    Hi again,

    I'm looking at the site you gave me & there are a few pics of Townsend ave, do you now if that is the same as Townsend st?

    Browniescorner
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    Hey Ged, Thanks for the link, great pic. I've...

    Hey Ged,

    Thanks for the link, great pic. I've just checked where Newport st was on Google Earth & I think it's now a park! What a shame. But I would still love some pics especially of Townsend st....
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    WOW!! You guys are GREAT!!! I have learn't more...

    WOW!! You guys are GREAT!!!
    I have learn't more about Liverpool here, from complete strangers, than any of the family we have there.
    I have been asking my husband's family for info for years but...
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    NEWPORT ST

    Hi Philip,
    As you were so helpful before could I ask you to find another street for me....
    I am looking for Newport st, I've been told it is now Jamacia st, is this correct?

    Thanks so much in...
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    Newport Street, Kirkdale

    Hi,

    Anyone know where Newport st was? I think it was in Kirkdale somewhere.

    I have been told it is now Jamacia st...is this correct?

    Cheers
    Browniescorner
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