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    Default Walsh family - The Plough - 301 Scotland Road

    I am looking for information on my great grandfather Patrick Walsh who ran The Plough in the 1930's i believe. He then had another pub - number 49? though I'm not sure of its location. Thanks


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    One for Ged me thinks. He knows all the pubs.

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    Posted on Yo before I think, on the windmills thread.




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    The plough is the pub since here on this block between Silvester st and Woodstock st. This and the foundry next door were built on the original site of the old inn. The licensee when the photo was taken between 1947/50 was Mrs Hannah O'Donoghue. Adjoining Costigan's grocery was a sack and bag merchants. Part of this building was taken up by the Lithuanian Social club during the 30s and 40s. Our ladys church, Eldon st houses some Lithuanian artefacts from when the district was truly multicultural with Irish, Italians and Lithuanians, amongst others.

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    The Pine at No.49 Scotland Road (it was the Grapes pre 1930s) situated next door but one to my mam and dads local picture house, the Gaiety aka the Gayo.

    It was on the corner of Edgar st, one of a few streets in the district named after poets such as Alexander Pope, Cavendish, Addison and Chaucer.




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    Thanks for that - will have to show my mother as she certainly remembers going to visit her grandparents at number 49 but didn't know the name of the of pub - this would be in the 40's I guess.

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    Having asked my mother, she thinks number 49 was on Fountains Road. Can anyone suggest a name?
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    Pardon me, but as I searched stuff for Fountains road I came across this. It has a little more to do with that memorial service that wasn't last Sunday...

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/liverpool/local..._raid_01.shtml

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    P.S.
    I have put this link into the Blitz Stories thread also. (The Blackstock Gardens raid.)

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