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Liz McWilliams

England
N/A I am a former pupil of Knightswood Sec School. One of the first intake of preppies when it was a brand new school. Are there any of my old schoolmates out there? I was known as Betty Elder then and often wonder what the others in my class are doing now. Let me know!
Chris Forbes
Canada
N/A Born in Kinning Park lived in Easterhouse/East Kilbride Attended St. Margarets / St. Gerard schools. Have been in Canada for 31 years (maybe I'll stay) If you know any of these places/schools -- or if you just want a wee blether -- gie's a shout!
Dave
USA
N/A I'm from Ruchazie originally, and I now live in Florida, home of sun, sand , surf and fun.
Lynne Bassett
Spain
N/A I grew up in Greenock, but moved to the U.S. in 1989. I went to St. Columbus High School. My husband Max is in the U.S. Navy, so we move around a lot. We're currently doing a tour of Spain (lotsa fun) with our 2 kids Karin(17), and Jamie(15). I visit home often, but still miss it.
Liz McWilliams
England
N/A Born Glasgow 1946 Former pupil of Knightswood Sec School which I joined as a prep pupil when the school first opened. Is there anyone else out there who was in my class? I was known then as Betty Elder and I lived in Blairdardie, although now married and living in Kettering,Northants. It would nice to know 'where you all now'?
Irene
USA
N/A Tracing Brown family from Greenock, Muirkirk,Glasgow
I was born in Glasgow 1948 came to US in 1953 on the Queen Mary. Grandparents lived on Erradale St Lambhill Glasgow. Great Grandparents are buried in Dunoon don't have name of cemetery, just a picture, James Brown and Sarah Henderson Brown. Any info would be helpful. Looking forward to e-mail.
Moira Monaghan
Canada
N/A I was born Belmont St (Kelvinside) 1955 went to St Charle's Primary School. Moved to Ruchill around 1964 went to St Augustines Senior Sec. and Langside College. I worked at St Francis Nursing Home as a Nurse/Midwife then at the City Bakers Maryhill Road before coming to Toronto as a Nanny for a Year but I stayed 24 yrs. I have lost touch with a lot of my school friends. My three brothers still live in Glasgow so I visit a lot. I would love to talk to anyone who thinks they remember me or anyone who is related to me. My parents were born in Donegal, Ireland. Joseph Monaghan & Theresa Mc Shane. I have over 150 first cousins out there all over the world.
James Reardon
Norway
N/A I am 51 yrs auld I stay in norway and I would like to hear from any glasgow folk or any scot who is interested.
Gerry McKay
New Zealand
N/A Was born in 66 Caledonia Rd, Gorbals in 1948. Moved to Priesthill, then Mosspark when I went to Our Lady of Lourdes Primary. Moved to Mossheights in 1964. Went to St Mungo's 1961-67, then to Strathclyde University. Taught at St Margaret Mary's 1972-74. Emigrated to NZ in 1974. Been home in 1996, really miss the place. Pie and a pint at the Horseshoe.
Jack Epstein
Australia
N/A I was born in the Gorbals 63 years ago in Abbotsford Place. I then moved to Australia in 1965 and I am now living in Queensland.
Gerry Hollywood
Australia
N/A to peter doyle.
hi peter i am a very good friend of jim lannigan from narribeen sorry i took so long to write, i have just come back from scotland. jim has sold his house and is looking to move up north. i am sorry i will have to cut this message
short as i am waiting for a phone call. would you please give me your e mail address all the best gerry
Sharon MacRae
USA
N/A Hi.......Born Glasgow (Tollcross Rd) 1965. Lived in Garthamlock, Kirkintilloch & Bishopbriggs. Moved to Texas 6 months ago and miss ........shopping up Sauchiehall St. on a Sat., the local pub, chippies and the Glasgow rain !!
(I know....sad isn't it). Married with No children and about to embark on setting up my home page (that'll be fun!) Anyone missing home and want a gab .......
Maggie
USA
Oor wee hoose Am originally from Glasgow, now living in US for a few months and getting a wee bit homesick...would love to talk to other homesick Scots
Liz Pupillo
USA
N/A Hi! I am a 32 year old woman from L.A. I have visited Glasgow and I am wild about it. I feel much more at home there than I do here in the land of eternal, blinding sunshine(and smog). I am a psychotherapy intern who works with battered women, adolecents with familial and emotional problems and homeless, mentally ill people. I am a commited humanist, which in the U.S. tends to place me on the far left of the political spectrum. I am also passionately involved in poetry and performance art. My husband and I were hoping to move to Glasgow in the spring or summer of '99 with our three little children to be closer to our family in Rome and also because it feels more like "home". Tragically, my husband died suddenly on August 2. I feel very strongly that he would want me to continue with our plans and dreams. I would be grateful and thrilled to correspond with anyone and everyone...I need encouragement! Thank you very much.
Jim Crichton
Scotland
N/A Hello, I was born in Linthouse in 1944. I moved to Pollok when I was 6 and stayed at Bargaran Road then Ladymuir Crescent until I got married in 1969. I was at Crookston Castle School from 1956 until 1959. I served my apprenticeship in Weirs at Cathcart and stayed until 1969, then British Polar Engines in Helen Street until 1977. We moved to Dunfermline in 1981. I was in the RNXS for 8 years until its demise in 1994. Currently involved with the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum (a charity) at its home near Dunfermline (Open Sundays 12 - 5 from Easter until end September and open weekend in August). I hope to hear from any long-lost aquaintances from school or work.
Bill Stevenson
Australia
N/A Born Garscube Rd Glasgow 1938 moved to Easterhouse then Garthamlock came to Australia 1964
   
   

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