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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:Hello Irene McGimpsey, it's really nice to speak with you and know you where friendly with my nan Lily. Yes the world didn't know what it was taking on when our Sandra was born! She got me into all kinds of trouble when we where kids. We are still very very close. Unfortunately for me three years ago I was diagnosed with M/S and I'm now wheelchair bound and my dad Tommy and Albert have all passed away now. So me and Sandra are the old ones now and left to tell the stories about great people and a great place. Oh what wonderful memories we have of that bygone age. I hope life is treating you kindly please keep in touch. By for now.

From: Pauline

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

Memory:Hi Roy Hankin, sadly I missed Kenny,s funeral,i did go to Kenny,s sisters funeral, and met Ritchie Malley he looked well, so sad Kenny,s brothers and sister all died within 8months, our Kathleen was married to Kenny,s brother Albert, Roy remember playing rounders and the ball always went over Dagnalls back yard wall, someone had to climb over for it , ha ha, don't know how the neighbours put up with us, I was always on roller skates with Irene Knowles, on the ramp of Cresswell mount, we must have drove the people in the flats mad, 😃 hope your well Roy, did you know our Harry died ? 18 months ago,

From: Pauline

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

Memory:Hi Irene McGimpsey, sadly our Brenda Passed 2011, I will remember you to Thelma, lovely to speak to you x

From: Johnson-kearns, Sandra

Maiden Name:Murray
Street Name:Caros st Street Number:19

Memory:Irene, so lovely to hear your memories of my mother lily, as she passed away when I was 10 years old, so brilliant to hear she was pleased to have a girl. Any memories or thoughts of her are like gold to me.

From: Mc Gimpsey, Irene

Maiden Name:Price
Street Name:Caros Street Number:2

Memory:Hi Pauline Kevan and Roy this brought back happy memories my husband Hughie Mc gimpsey lived at number 2 .George Hankin was Hughies lad on the aerial van . Kevan your uncle Tommy was a friend of my husbands I remember your mum and dad . Remember when Sandra was born after having 3 boys your Nan was made up . Use to talk to her a lot as I had my first son Mark the same year. I met my husband through Edna Grierson asi went to Loraine street school she was my best friend at school.Pauline I knew your sister Brenda . If you see Thelma Grierson give her my best wishes. I lived in Cowl Street off Priory Grove. Sadly my husband died 13 years ago .

From: Hankin, Roy

Maiden Name:Hankin
Street Name:49 Northumberland Terrace Street Number:49

Memory:Alo Pauline, I do remember Billy Guy, I did go to Kevin Lewis,s funeral nice Lad Kevin, all the funerals I go to I meet up with Richie Malley, Richies not to good at the moment but he still has a great sense of humour !! Cheers....

From: Hankin, Roy

Maiden Name:Hankin
Street Name:49 Northumberland Terrace Street Number:49

Memory:Alo Pauline and kevan, when I think back on the stuff we put on the bommie !! most have been worth a fortune now, I can remember all the people young and old all sat round sitting on old three piece suites and not only on bommie night but about four days later,the smell of burn,t spuds PRICELESS!!! can you remember in the summer rounders at the top of Caros ? everyone in the street had a turn in ! very happy day,s can,t buy it....love to all xxI do remember that Pauline... Cheers to all.

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros st Street Number:12

Memory:Hello Roy, that was me nan and grandads gable end that was red hot on Bommie night I lived at number 12 with me ma and da. But you're right Bommie night was gear I loved it. Looking back on it now what great memories and to recall them and talk with like minded people who were their is fantastic.The best thing for me is finding out that your Georgie, my godfarther is still alive and kicking and I'll get the chance to speak with him via email is tremendous, and I have you to thank for that Roy. Cheers mate. Stay in touch.

From: Pauline

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

Memory:Roy Hankin, remember putting wood across the Bonnmi, and running across it, Omg, what were we thinking of ha ha but all good fun, used to keep my fireworks in a biscuit tin, hope you are well, did you know Kenny Lewis died ?

From: Murray, Kevan

Street Name:Caros st Street Number:12

Memory:Hello Roy Hankin. I'm just looking at some old photos and I'm wondering if you recall a fella called Billy Guy? I don't remember much about him.