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    Is that Hinge and Bracket (not Ged and Mart) behind Johnny and Debra?

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    Ha ha - didn't notice them. They're the Everton spacemen tribe.
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    Well I was sitting virtually next but one to Stainer (to his left)! You can see the back of my head. Great pictures Ged.

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    As always Ged. terrific photos. Thank you.
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    GED.

    Great Pic's Mate.

    My Maternal Grandfather was Christened at St Georges (or The Iron Church, as it's known).

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    Cheers Pegasus. A lot of the visitors that day had some connection with the church, some of them having been married there.
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    Ged.

    I used to live 3-4mins walk away from St Georges (Till I was @5Yrs old), when I first started researching My Family History I met the St Georges Vicar (Rev Black), He made me feel right at Home & He looked through their Registers for Pops Christening, when He found it he let me copy out all the info for free (unlike some Church Ministers).

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    I popped a Donation in their Charity Box when I was leaving.

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    Brilliant Ged, I was christened at St Georges,many moons ago,thanks for the pics.

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    I wasn't able to attend the reunion at St. Georges but my sister and her husband went and told me all about the day. We were moved from our little house in Upper Potter St. in 1961 and a lot of our friends and neighbours were moved to Kirkby ,Cantril Farm, and some went to Ellesmere Port.
    Luckily my Mam insisted along with some others to stay in the area, which meant we went to high rise off Roscommon Street.
    All my sisters and brother went to St.Georges Primary school, in fact I was there for the Churches centenary celebrations, when we all got dressed up and the Lord Mayor attended. I would have love to have seen those phpto's.

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    All my sisters and brother went to St.Georges Primary school
    The old school? with Fletcher as the headmaster,baldy fella.

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    That's right.. My eldest sister is eighty, one more Seventy seven, my brother ,then me, then the youngest sister and we all had the same teacher at some point a Miss Cragg and my eldest sister said she was old when she was taught.
    Our name was Cairns.

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    Funnily enough don't remember any of the teachers except the heady,musta made an impact on me for some unknown reason?

    1960/1 I first attended there,every morning assembly in the school yard next to the gate at the side wall that led to the church and sing hymns in de church.

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    The clock mechanism - at a rest point on the way up. (it's broke by the way)
    Well it was workin when we moved,so that gets me off the hook...maybe it was the fella that hanged himself from the bell tower?

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    Hi George.. I can remember the outside toilets in the winter... that made an impact on me !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMLE View Post
    Is that Hinge and Bracket (not Ged and Mart) behind Johnny and Debra?

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    I know I am going to hate myself in the morning but, who are Hinge and bracket?
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