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.
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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: ROBERTS, STAN

Street Name:ALBION STREET Street Number:48

Memory:Hi KAREN GODDARD TOMMY ROBERTS WAS MY DAD AND THE TWINS WERE MY BROTHER RAYMOND AND SISTER DOREEN DOREEN DIED AS A BABY RAY STILL WITH US AND LIVES IN NORTH WALES ELDER SISTER MARGO AND TOMMY (TUCKER) BOTH PASSED AWAY TOMMY ONLY LAST YEAR YOUR GRANDAD BILLY WAS MY MUM BROTHER

From: Madden, Breda

Maiden Name:Mc kenna
Street Name:Rupert lane Street Number:22

Memory:Just to add on...wish every one of the LTE merry Christmas and good health and happiness in 2018,all the very best x

From: Madden, Breda

Maiden Name:Mc kenna
Street Name:Rupert lane Street Number:22

Memory:To Joyce Williams you must remember the Gerrard family from Rupert hill.Joan was in my class at SFX.we were friends from 1955, and still keep in touch.Joan has a sister Margaret,and brother Paul.sadley her brother Toney and Alan has passed.

From: Collett, Jean

Maiden Name:Wiseman
Street Name:Louisa street Street Number:25

Memory:Hi Stanley Roberts Just posted on this site this morning and realised had my Aussie details so thought I'd best put my previous liverpool address with maiden name so you know who it is!!! Hope you've had a great Christmas. Jean wiseman x

From: Fearns, Janet

Maiden Name:Fearns
Street Name:Horne St Street Number:20

Memory:I was thrilled to see the photo of the 1958 arrival of Billy Smart's Circus. I was almost 7 years old at the time and this was my first-ever circus and my first-ever sight of clowns in real life. I still remember Coco the Clown and his companions pulling a huge bed into the ring. Coco tried to sleep but wriggled around in discomfort before pulling out a gigantic safety pin, accompanied by roars of laughter from the children in the audience.

From: Collett, Georgina

Maiden Name:Wiseman
Street Name:Unit 5/21 Skew Street

Memory:Hi stanley Roberts. My niece Karen Goddard sent me a message that you are on this site. Strange thing is I was only talking about your family last night with one of my sons. He was asking about my cousins lin Liverpool and if I remember them. I remembered you and your family as you lived near me. I'm in Australia with my 3 sons and their families. My mum was Elizabeth who they called Liz or Lizzie and my dad was Billy. My sisters are Rene, Margaret and Mary and brother Billy. As you know sadly Rene passed away. I also remember Pauline Lawson and Irene King. I hope there is another reunion soon as would try and get over for that one. Hope you and your family are well.

From: Goddard, Karen

Street Name:Louisa street Street Number:25

Memory:Hi Stan, have passed on your message to Jean. Hopefully there will be a lost tribes reunion in 2018? Mum passed a couple of years ago but I remember being told that my nana's maiden name was Roberts plus was there a brother called tommy and a set of twins somewhere in the family?

From: McCready, Roy

Maiden Name:McCready
Street Name:Pagewood Street Number:8

Memory:I grew up on stories of the people and places around Beacon Lane from my grandparents Bill and Lou Newton, my mum Pat and her siblings Bill, Bob, Jean and San. They lived at 8 Pagewood St. post-war until the late 1960s before being shipped-out to Cantril Farm, Runcorn, etc. The warmth and affection for the whole area shines through to this day in theirs and everybody else's memories on this site - thanks to Ken for enabling us all to preserve them. Best wishes to all...

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:Priory Street Number:50

Memory:Dear all I also toss in my Shillins worth . all the best to all LTE and Scotty and keep the memories coming . We all deserve not to be forgotten . BKK Thurs 21 Dec 2017

From: McMahon, Mary

Maiden Name:Livingstone
Street Name:Haigh Street Number:17

Memory:Could not have put it better myself ! Merry Christmas to all LTE.