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    Does anyone have a pic of Parklea Manor? in Fulwood Park off Aigburth Road?
    Supposedly the most haunted house in Liverpool! (according to Billy Roberts!)
    Ex home of Margaret Blackler, heiress to the Blackler's store and fortune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaisyChains View Post
    Hi all


    Does anyone have a pic of Parklea Manor? in Fulwood Park off Aigburth Road?
    Supposedly the most haunted house in Liverpool! (according to Billy Roberts!)
    Ex home of Margaret Blackler, heiress to the Blackler's store and fortune.
    Hi DaisyChains

    Parklea is on the listed buildings list on this site. See

    http://www.yoliverpool.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1360

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Hi DaisyChains

    Parklea is on the listed buildings list on this site. See

    http://www.yoliverpool.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1360

    Chris
    Thanks for that Chris!
    I was wondering if anyone had any info on the building? Pics, etc

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    I am just scanning in some pics I have found today amongst some photos my parents have - will post in the next couple of weeks if you are interested. My father was Mrs Blacklers godson and he this is the first he has heard about Park Lea being haunted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubyroo View Post
    I am just scanning in some pics I have found today amongst some photos my parents have - will post in the next couple of weeks if you are interested. My father was Mrs Blacklers godson and he this is the first he has heard about Park Lea being haunted!
    Hello Rubyroo

    I'll look forward to seeing the scans. Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubyroo View Post
    I am just scanning in some pics I have found today amongst some photos my parents have - will post in the next couple of weeks if you are interested. My father was Mrs Blacklers godson and he this is the first he has heard about Park Lea being haunted!
    Yep, post 'em

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    Here you go








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    Default Internal & Garden photos of Park Lea





    Mrs Blacker herself





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    many years ago i lived in langham avenue off aigburth road . My mum , sister myself did a ouiga board and contacted a young girl from fullwood park gate house . She gave us a lot of information about her life and how she passed . It was quite uncanny.

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    Fulwood Park is one of the loveliest roads I've seen in Liverpool. Our Landlord lives on the end. Proper old money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmed View Post
    Fulwood Park is one of the loveliest roads I've seen in Liverpool. Our Landlord lives on the end. Proper old money.
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    Click here: Fulwood Park, Aigburth
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    Cheers Kev, I've read quite a lot about Fulwood Park since first venturing down there a few years back. The pictures in that thread actually show part of our landlords effin' big mansion.

    How the other half live.

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    How the other half live.
    Indeed, our 'ouse is tiny
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynne stewart View Post
    many years ago i lived in langham avenue off aigburth road . My mum , sister myself did a ouiga board and contacted a young girl from fullwood park gate house . She gave us a lot of information about her life and how she passed . It was quite uncanny.
    Interesting Lynne.

    Can any of it be verified?
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    Default The Blackler's Family

    Hi
    I wonder if you can help, apparently my grandmother was related to the Blackler's family. Her name was Catherine Ann Blackler Cottrell. Her mother was called Catherine Ann Blackler and she has a sister called Margaret Blackler and their mother was also called Margaret Blackler.

    I would be gratefull for any info you can give me or any other photos you may have my Aunty Margaret, daughter to Catherine Ann Blackler Cottrell would be very interested.

    Many Thanks

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