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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: Pauline

Maiden Name:Lawson
Street Name:Northumberland terrace Street Number:53

Memory:Hi again Kevan, yes i remember Lily Fife, didn't she live bottom of Caros st, sorry can't remember anyone with a club foot, that's what happened years ago if you got into trouble outside, you would be in more at home ha ha, I remember Mrs Oldham lived facing yours, lovely lady, she used to run a tontine, I got sent to hers every Sunday night, to pay money, used to go out the back door across the olla to hers, I have met up with Irene Knowles who lived next door to you, you should go on face book, and join the group netherfield rd and surrounding area, some great pics of the area, by for now Kevan x

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros st Street Number:12

Memory:Hi again Pauline, do you remember Lily Fife? Me and her son Martin and a lad called Stephen Rowden were mates and used to play together when we where kids. I also have a vivid memory of a woman called Mrs Ling who had a club foot giving me a clout around the ear hole for pretending to have my foot stuck down a grid ha ha .it hurt like hell at the time and I got another off me ma when I got home. Wonderful memories.

From: Pauline

Maiden Name:Lawson
Street Name:Northumberland terrace Street Number:53

Memory:Hi kevan Murray, I live in same ave as Thelma Grieson, she lived more or less facing your house in Caros st, also George Rawlins lived in Willis sq, lives by me, sorry to hear abt your ms, this old age thing isn't good 😃, I remember we played rounders at the top of Caros st,loads of us played,ball going over into people's back yards ha ha, lovely memories x

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros st Street Number:12

Memory:Hi Pauline, sorry If it seemed a strange thing to ask but I wasn't sure weather you meant when uncle Albert lived in Clapham Rd Anfield or when h I'm and aunty Sylvia moved to Lydiate. Bu t no w I know. Yes Pauline I would love to go to the reunions but it's quite difficult for me these days as three years ago I was diagnosed with m/s and I'm now confined to a wheelchair. The last time I was there was about five years ago when I took my wife there and we had a walk around the churchyard. She couldn't believe how steep the streets were. For me it brought back memories of St. Georges school and my first ever teacher miss Bunting. I've just downloaded the lost tribe book and wow the memories it has brought back, truly incredible. Keep in touch Pauline,speak soon.

From: Peate, David

Street Name:York Terrace Street Number:53&57

Memory:It is interesting to note that there was an Everton Tunnel Act in 1930. I have a copy of part of the plan. The line of this tunnel stretched from April Grove, March Grove, clipping Prince Edwin Street, Netherfield Road South through the police station to Everton Road. From there it clipped Kepler Street and went on through Sampson Street, Jefferson Street, clipping Blundell Grove, Druid Street, Waterhouse Street, Abbey Street, clipping Hibbert Street and on to Heyworth Street. It continued through Stanfield Road, Lance Street and Elmore Street. There seems to have been two tunnels proposed: the Central Line Roadway Tunnel and the Central Line Tramway Tunnel. The plan is ascribed to the City Engineer, T. Molyneux. It is a great pity that it was never realised.

From: Pauline

Maiden Name:Lawson
Street Name:Northumberland terrace Street Number:53

Memory:I believe Albert lived in Maghull/Lydiate, I knew his wife worked in the off licence years ago, Roy Hankin lived next but one to us,I have spoke to him, if your on face book, join netherfield rd and surrounding area, great site, loads of pics of the area, I meet up with Peter & Linda any 3 times a year, the site I mentioned have a reunion every year at st George's church, if I see Peter at the shops I will tell him, you have left a message, nice speaking with you x

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros st Street Number:12

Memory:This is for Pauline #128515 Hello Pauline, yes I remember the bonfires very well they hold fantastic memories for both me and my aunty Sandra. I've been in contact with Roy Hankin because I believe his brother Georgie is my godfather and he is going to send me his email address as he lives in Australia. In your message you mentioned that Albert lived near you but you didn't say where. I've also left a message for Peter Brown but as yet he hasn't got back to me. I've only recently found out about this site but it's really good to speak with people from the old place as it evokes so many happy memories for me from a bygone age I wish I could revisit

From: Pauline

Memory:Sorry the name should say Pauline 😃

From: Paulibe

Maiden Name:Lawson
Street Name:Northumberland terrace Street Number:53

Memory:Kevin Murray you lived at the back of our house, we used to have our bonfires at the side of your house and the back of ours,your Albert lived not far from Me, I believe, so sorry for your loss, i was from a big family, i was youngest of 9, sadly just 2 of us left now, I'm in contact with Peter Brown and Linda his wife, they also live close by, lovely memories living around there, nice to read your comments x

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros st Street Number:12

Memory:All Roy Hankin I'm glad you've got back to me but I believe Georgie is my godfarther. My dad was Jimmy Murray and my mum Sandra. Sadly my dad Jim passed away in 1996 aged just 56 Sadly Tommy passed away six years ago and Albert six months later. Now me an and young Sandra are the only ones left.We are the old ones now, the ones to tell the stories to our kids. We really miss our childhood and living on the hill. Yes Roy I'd love his email address if your sure he wouldn't mind. Thanks Roy.