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    Hi,
    Does anyone remember anything about Everton Terrace. My Great Grandma, Alice Owens ran a shop at 51 Everton Terrace. SHe had children called Billy (who died in WW1) Alice, Mary Catherine (she was known as Kate) Gertie Tom, Charlie, Joe and Lily. My Great Grandad lived there too until he died in abt 1919.
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    Had a look for some pic's,and only found these,which I didn't save very well,and are of Browside,which I think,was in the general area?( have a look at Ged's site,"inacityliving", there are plenty of Everton pic's)
    Thanks Steve.

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    Thanks Steve.

    Yes wardleyd, the high rise pics page has some of the tower blocks on Everton Terrace and the post war b&w pages has some rows of houses. Your relatives may remember a tragic accident that happened in one of the houses there in the 50s.
    www.inacityliving.piczo.com/

    Updated weekly with old and new pics.

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    Ged your site is fantastic I spent one evening last week going through all the snaps! Even my friend in Kentucky was impressed haha!

    Anyway what I would like to ask is do you have anything on Amos Street, Everton? Not far from Netherfield Road I expect. My grandmother was raised there, she is now 95 and still going strong. I'm doing the family tree which is going great but I am after snaps of the areas.

    Thanks!

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    You sure it was Amos Street? and not Pathamos Street?

    I lived round that area as a child but don't recollect an Amos Street,although I was a kid at the time maybe I'm wrong?

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    Could be George will ask Nan in the morning!

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