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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: Birkett, Jacqueline

Street Name:Melbourne street

Memory:Ken just like to thank you and the cast for emotional amazing journey that you took us all on Saturday night, the way it was constructed very good brought back so many memories especially the lodge seeing mrs barker on that horse on the 12thjuly I remember that so well thank you so much it made me laugh my mam Joyce Travis lived in Melbourne St when she married my dad we lived in York-Terrace my grandad worked for Lever Brothers so my nan moved over to Port Sunlight and we got my nans house until the redevelopment shift come we ended up in Halewood, but my family never ever forgot where they came from my mam still calls Everton home .So at the end in the play on Saturday the old lady that was the last to leave her home that was very emotional because my mam cried for about two years hope to God it never happens again being forced out your home. Thank you and god bless allXxx

From: ROBERTS, STAN

Street Name:ALBION STREET Street Number:48

Memory:WAS AT THE SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT MET JIMMY GREEN WE RECALLED GOING TO JERSEY WITH GEORGE MARTIN FROM ALBION HOUSE CLUB SOME OF THE LADS NAMES ALREADY MENSIONED ON SITE WHO WENT.JIMMY KELLY,BILLY BARRY,LES COWLEY,KIETH MOORE,BILLY BROWN,JOHN JONES ,JIMMY GREEN SORRY IF I HAVE MISSED ANY BODY OUT ALL GOOD LADS ALTHOUGH GEORGE MARTIN WOULD NOT SAY THE SAME

From: ROBERTS, STAN

Street Name:ALBION STREET Street Number:48

Memory:LOOKING THROUGH SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE ON THIS SITE PEOPLE NAMES I REMEMBER WELL PHIL AND BILLY CROWE,RAY TOLLIET,GEORGE MARTIN,IRENE KING,PAULINE LAWSON,GEORGINA WISEMAN, WENT TO THE PLAY FRIDAY NIGHT KEN ROGERS AND THE STAFF DID A FANTASTIC SHOW GOOD LUCK AND LONG MAY THIS SITE CONTINUE

From: Owens, Dave

Street Name:Hibbert Street Number:35

Memory:Saw Lost tribes play on Friday. Brilliant! Ken Rogers is a master storyteller.A lump in my throat a few times as the memories came flooding back.

From: ROBERTS, STAN

Street Name:ALBION STREET Street Number:48

Memory:DAVID SPOT ON DAVID REMEMBER SOME OF THE NAMES YOU MENSIONED ,THANKS FOR SHARING

From: Peate, David

Street Name:York Terrace Street Number:53 & 57

Memory:I have just read the item from Stan Roberts from Albion Street. I knew your elder sister, Margo Roberts, and I remember your mother who was another Margo, I believe. I think that you were a baby in the early 1950s when your sister pushed you in your pram. Did you have another sister named Doreen? Many of the Albion Street youngsters played with us from York Terrace in the 1940s and 1950s including Margo. I recall the names of Winnie and Fanny Roxburgh and their next door neighbour, Billy Smith. Then there was Dolly Oates, Ralphie Owen, Laurence White, Sylvia Wilkinson, Chuck Mason and the Rudd brothers, Lennie and John. At the foot of Albion Street, there were Betty, Henry and Billy Cliff.

From: ROBERTS, STAN

Street Name:ALBION STREET Street Number:48

Memory:just seen a notice from georgina wiseman from Australia I am sure we are related my mum maiden name was wiseman and married tommy Roberts your mum was my dads brother and your dad was my mums sister we use to come to your house in Louisa street my brothers were tommy(tucker) ray and sister margo I rember I think your brother was billy and sister elizebeth I think

From: Brizell, Janet

Maiden Name:Morgan
Street Name:Canterbury Street Number:49b

Memory:I lived in Canterbury Street from 1957 to 1983,when I got married. My friends then were Tommy and Alison Bridson, Johnny Davies and Mary Clegg. I went to Salisbury Street County Primary school where the headmaster was Mr Blatchford. I just want to say Hi to anyone who remembers me.

From: Hannah, Chris

Street Name:Northumberland Terrace Street Number:75

Memory:I lived at the above which was between Havelock St and Joshua At.I went to St.Georges School and was in the church choir when I think Mr.Grundy was the choir master. Great memories and a fabulous time of my early life. Best mate at school,Johnny Butler.

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:priory Street Number:40

Memory:ALO DAVID DOCTORS SURGERY NEXT TO BEACON GARAGE AND WATTS PIE SHOP. YOUR POST IS A VERY GOOD AND INTERESTING RECOLLECTION . DR BURSTEIN WAS ALSO OUR FAMILY GP AND I NEVER SAW HIM SMILE OR LAUGH. MRS HALL ? RECEPTIONIST SAT IN HER LEFTCORNER WOODEN WALL OFFICE . DR MYERSCOUGH WAS A DIFFERENT CALIBRE .IT WAS A TONIC JUST TO TALK TO HIM AND YOU ALREADY FELT BETTER . A THIRD DOCTOR WAS FREQUENTLY LATE OR DID NOT SHOW UP. THE RUMOUR IN THE WAITIN ROOM WAS HE HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE CORK. MRS HALL WOULD COME OUT FROM BEHIND THE CURTAIN ASKING PATIENTS IF THEY WISHED TO SEE ANOTHER DOCTOR . DR BURSTEIN SPOKE WITH A STRONG ACCENT SIMILAR TO GERMAN OR HEBREW. I RECALL EACH TIME THE GLASS TUMBLER ON HIS TABLE WITH A SPOON AND THE STRONG SMELL OF ANTISEPTIC LIQUID. DR NAIK SUCCEEDED HIM BEFORE THE SURGERY MOVED TO GRECIAN TERRACE /NORTHUMBERLAND TERRACE BEHIND THE FRED ROBINSON PUBLIC BATHHOUSE.I MADE A PREVIOUS POST ON LTE SEVERAL YEARS AGO ON THIS SUBJEC5 BRGDS TO ALL LTE AND KEEP THE MEMORIES COMING alan HKONG MON 30 OCT 2017