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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: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros St Street Number:12

Memory:Hi Roy and Pauline thank you both for your kind words, I will be getting sorted out soon and hopefully it will be all good. I have a good feeling it will go well and everything will be ok. I hope so anyway. I must get an email off to Georgie as well but haven't had much time lately with the hospital and everything else. I'm absolutely made up we're in contact with each other and that's down to you Roy, and thanks again to you Pauline for speaking to Malcolm about Martin and Gerrard Fife. I'll keep you both informed about my progress. I'ts nice to know there are people who care. But again that's scouters for you.

From: CURRIE, DON

Street Name:Eastlake street Street Number:9

Memory:Peter Is your brother Freddy's birthday 4 December? DON CURRIE (Heyworth St School 1951-1955

From: Hankin, Roy

Maiden Name:Hankin
Street Name:49 Northumberland Terrace

Memory:Alo Kevan, that,s terrible news mate,realy do feel for you .at least your,e in good hands and it sounds as if there confident of getting you sorted.keep us all informed regards Roy....

From: Pauline

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

Memory:Hi Kevan, hope treatment doesn't take too long for you, but hey, getting better is the main thing, hope your daughter has a great tine, went to Australia to visit my son and family, 2007, it was nice, but wouldn't like to live there, nothing like home ha ha

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros St Street Number:12

Memory:Hi Pauline, thank you for your kind words and yes I will stay positive, I have to for my own sanity and also my daughter is due to go on holiday to Australia and New Zealand and if she finds out she won't go and I don't want that especially as they have said I'm curable.

From: Pauline

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

Memory:Hi Kevan Murray, so sorry to hear this, and hope everything goes well for you, stay positive Kevan x

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros St Street Number:12

Memory:Hello Pauline and Roy, didn't quite get the news I wanted on Monday, I was told I had cancer on my tongue. But the good news was that it was treatable and curable so fingers crossed

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros St Street Number:12

Memory:Hi Pauline, that's ok .Thank you for trying anyway. But I didn't think, we are all in the same boat I suppose in terms of people to ask. Do we know what happened to Christine and Paul? Yes my grandad did play ragtime and yet he couldn't read a note of music. If you hummed a tune for him he would play. Young Sandra became a very accomplished musician, playing recorder, piano, guitar, flute,and singing.

From: Pauline

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

Memory:Hi Kevan, Malcolm Knowles, can't remember much, but he does remember your grandad playing the piano in the house, says he used to play rag time, Martin & Gerrard live in Liverpool, Malcolm & Irene live over the water, it would be our patents who would have the memories, sadly not here to ask sorry

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros St Street Number:12

Memory:Thanks so much Pauline, if you wouldn't mind would you ask Malcolm and for any memories they might have. I'm sorry to be a pain but with my nan passing while we where still so very young I think this site is the perfect platform to find out a bit more about the woman I loved more than anything else in the world off people who really knew her. There is nobody left in our family to ask they've all gone.