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    I thought I'd cracked it until I realised I was...

    I thought I'd cracked it until I realised I was looking at your tree on Ancestry, however I note that her Christian names were transposed on her death certificate! Unfortunately I got no further than...
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    Stephen Twigg, Shadow Education Secretary

    Stephen Twigg, Shadow Education Secretary
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    How deep are your pockets? ...

    How deep are your pockets?

    http://www.britishbits.co.uk/k6.htm
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    Suggest you enter 'Deane Road' in the search box...

    Suggest you enter 'Deane Road' in the search box in the header at the top of this page. A mine of info is available.
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    That's what I call FAST, Ged. Thank you!

    That's what I call FAST, Ged. Thank you!
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    Info request please

    Does anyone know the original name of the church on Kensington, near the library, also the name of the church which used to stand on the triangle of land in West Derby Road, near Brougham Terrace?
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    Nice to see you back Howie! :hug:

    Nice to see you back Howie! :hug:
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    Hi Chez, In a member's 'tree' on Ancestry...

    Hi Chez,
    In a member's 'tree' on Ancestry there's a David Edwards b1798 in AMLWCH Gwynedd Wales. He married Mary Williams on 22 Sep 1815 at St Nicholas's Church, Liverpool. Occupation: Shipwright....
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    Kelly's 1894 Directory states... 489 West Derby...

    Kelly's 1894 Directory states...
    489 West Derby Road, DERBY HALL, Thomas McCracken & Co. proprs.

    Unfortunately it does not give it's use and obviously WD Road has been renumbered since 1894.
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    Hi Jay, A little more info would help, such as...

    Hi Jay, A little more info would help, such as approximate date of birth, his wife's name, etc. Was Hopwood a forename or a linked surname (ie- Hopwood-James)?
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    The only reason that the Paradox tower is still...

    The only reason that the Paradox tower is still standing is because there's a mobile phone mast situated on the roof (contract still in force?) the same applies to Kensington Market in Prescot Road,...
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    All chemists now have a private cubicle where...

    All chemists now have a private cubicle where customers can discuss their 'ailments' on a one to one basis in private. So if you want to have a word with the pharmacist about your humanoids or...
  13. As they both reside/d in West Derby you could try...

    As they both reside/d in West Derby you could try contacting the West Derby Society, as I'm sure they will be pleased to assist you.

    http://www.angelfire.com/al4/westderbysoc/diary.html
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    Great pics, Georgie — but honestly, your off your...

    Great pics, Georgie — but honestly, your off your cake! :lol:
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    First things first, get round to the oldest...

    First things first, get round to the oldest members of your family with a pen and notepad. Get all the info on the family you can before it's too late!! Remember, the census' are only available up...
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    Hi Shona, Probably Toxteth Park Cemetery, more...

    Hi Shona, Probably Toxteth Park Cemetery, more commonly known as Smithdown Road Cemetery.

    http://www.toxtethparkcemetery.co.uk/
  17. Ancestry... free!

    I received 14 days free on Ancestry, no probs! You provide your credit/debit card details and in return receive your free period, if you decide not to proceed, contact the company before the free...
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    Kardomah Cafe, 42 Dale Street, Liverpool. ...

    Kardomah Cafe, 42 Dale Street, Liverpool.

    Google 'Kardomah' there's a wealth of info!
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    Fix up the damage? Around that time they were...

    Fix up the damage? Around that time they were talking about knocking the lot down!
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    17579 Hi Max, This photo was taken in the...

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    Hi Max,
    This photo was taken in the early 70's, note the WWII bomb damage to the corner of the warehouse. Maybe the surrounding buildings were used to match the fabric of the warehouses...
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    Public artwork? Do they mean GRAFFITI? More...

    Public artwork? Do they mean GRAFFITI? More work for Banksy?
    :PDT_Aliboronz_11:
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    Anyone remember Collier & Hart, based in Old Swan...

    Anyone remember Collier & Hart, based in Old Swan behind the tenements in St Oswald Street? I loved their Sarsaparilla! Seven pence a bottle and three pence back on the empty - ah those were the...
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    My Bro in Law seems to think Tommy Gardner moved...

    My Bro in Law seems to think Tommy Gardner moved to Cumbria and was working as a paramedic.
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    Hi Rich, You don't say what your G G...

    Hi Rich, You don't say what your G G Grandfather's first name was! In the LancsBMD site, there's a William Finney married to a Eliza Horton in St Mary's, Oldham ...in 1878! Could they have decided...
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    I read somewhere that Burtonwood had the largest...

    I read somewhere that Burtonwood had the largest underground hospital in Europe... not sure if this was a real hospital or a storage facility.
    The runways have now been dug up and reduced to...
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