About the Book

KEN ROGERS best-selling book will take you back home to the famous terraced streets of Everton & Scottie Road and inspire memories of your childhood, your parents and grandparents, and your old neighbours.
The best-selling 'Lost Tribe of Everton & Scottie Road' book encouraged thousands of people to retrace their roots into the heart of one of Liverpool's most famous and historic inner city districts. Now the long awaited follow up is available, the Lost Tribe The People's Memories.
Now sold out but available as ebook

Everton and Scottie Road Memory Book

This Memory Book was captured as part of the launch activity of the "Lost Tribe of Everton & Scottie Road" publication. Author Ken Rogers would like to thank all Lost Tribe members who attended events from the summer of 2010.

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From: Doughty, Irene

Street Name:Priory Grove Street Number:27

Memory:Priory Grove Street Number:27 Bill Sheldon, Do you remember Richie Doughty from no 27? Your Mum helped him a lot becaause he lived on his own and she knew his family. I am Irene, his wife. I have a photo of you on a litte bike,you were about 3 years old. Last I heard about you was that you were with th AA. Best wishes. Irene

From: Ellis, Jean

Maiden Name:McLeod
Street Name:Copeland Street Street Number:58

Memory:For Annie Greer, William Greer [born1872]and Sarah Greer[born1871] Seemed to be living 1, Waterhouse Street off Heyworth Street Everton liverpool 5. in the 1911 census. With William 14 Elizabeth 12 Peter Edwards 10 Joseph 6. All born Liverpool. Hope this is your family. Regards Jean Ellis.

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:Priory Street Number:40

Memory:WATERHAM STREET - alo Mrs Greer Many thanks for your post . Unfortunately I am unable to find the above street on the following diretory. Could you give any coordinates , local landmarks etc . http://www.liverpool-city-group.com/street-guide-1901/liverpool-street-index-a-z-1901.htm#W In 1967 I signed - on Articles and Paid off many engine room DONKEYMEN GREASERS for the Furness Withy Company at 30 James Street . I Frequently went along Scotland Road streets in Company Taxi with some standby crew to pick up their gear ONE HOUR BEFORE SAILING . Would you know which LINE , Company , Destination your relative was employed by . Some MERCHANT SEAMEN sailed for many Lines operating out of Liverpool : manned by the Mann Island Shipping Federation and Cornhill Shipping Master ( South Dock Road ) those days before AND DURING THE WARS . I met many veterans and remember many of their experiences . Brgds to all LTE for 2018 alan BKK Wed 6 Dec 2017 .

From: Greer, annie

Street Name:Waterham Street

Memory:I am trying to trace Waterham street from the 1911 Census as My grandfather had moved from Ireland to there with his mum Sarah Greer and father William Greer. They later lived in Roscommon Street where he was married to my Grandmother ( Hannah Murray) from in 1917. His father was a Dock labourer and he was a donkeyman greaser. Thank you Annie ( Greer)

From: Roberts, Stan

Street Name:Albion street Street Number:48


From: Goddard, Karen

Maiden Name:Wiseman
Street Name:Louisa street

Memory:Stan Roberts . My mum Rene was Georgina wiseman' s elder sister who you must know from your visits to my grandparents in Louisa st. My grandad was Billy wiseman and my nana Elizabeth. We are distant relatives/cousins. Will mention to Jean when I next have contact that you are on here. Are you living in the Merseyside ?

From: Jeffries, Paul

Maiden Name:Jeffries
Street Name:8 Spindrift Court, South Parade, West Kirby

Memory:Message for Angela Newsham (Roberts) I'm sure you are on the Roscommon Street Netball team photo standing next to my cousin Sandra Roberts from Buckingham Street ? From Paul Jeffries - see recent message entry this month November 2017

From: bruce, alan

Street Number:40

Memory:Alo David Regret I am unable to give you a specific answer other than what you already know . I passed through York Terrace several times in 1950s and 1960s on way to Netherfield Road . Tony the Barber was at the bottom of Everton valley . I can say that the first time I saw you in 1975 ? with blonde hair at Lamport & Holt Line that you were connected with amateur ? boxing , football and sport. (Perhaps light middleweight class .) At Albion house James Street first floor boardroom meetings I noted from your specific responses that you knew your Profession . My ex Booth Line colleague Les Fergusson had a certain routine behaviour pattern when he saw you walk into the ground floor openplan office - He always made sure he went home at 1700pm . I guess You must have won several boxing / sport awards . Best regards to all LTE alan BKK Sun 26.NOV 2017/ 2560

From: Peate, David

Street Name:York Terrace Street Number:53 & 57

Memory:In the 1940s in 29? York Terrace there lived a boxer from Jamaica. He trained at the Golden Gloves. Charles (Chuck) Mason of 49 Albion Street also trained at this club. Can anyone tell me where this club was located? I think that it was somewhere between Great Homer Street and Scotland Road.

From: jeffries, paul

Maiden Name:jeffries
Street Name:robsart street

Memory:I lived in 4 Cambridge Terrace near the top of Robsart Street, went to Penrhyn Street School until 1963 then Liverpool Collegiate My mothers family and relatives all lived there or in Buckingham Street, names Hore, Roberts, Hoyle, Williams, Dick, Chadwick and Burns Any memories or messages from other contacts regarding the above would be appreciated Thanks