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  1. TRY 192.COM YOU WILL FIND HIM ON THE ELECTORAL ROLL,IT MAY COST YOU A FEW QUID
  2. saints need a good clear-out, bad buys and past sell-by dates at least 6 players I'd say.
  3. pilks fire station was in canal st. where the car showroom is, I think they did away with there own fire brigade in the 1970s.
  4. everyone knows what the problem is,KC
  5. what a a side Castleford are, UNSTRUCTURED RUGBY I can only hope Cunningham watched it to see how rugby should be played. I'M GOING TO SAINTS TOMORROW WHERE I'M MORE LIKELY TO DIE OF BOREDOM THAN WITH A HEART ATTACK.
  6. nearly everyone in st Helens was born in cowley hill
  7. pocket nook st. on forces request in the 70s they read out a request for a family in pocket nook st,st Helens, Lancashire and the presenter said what a beautifully address I bet it,s a lovely place.
  8. john's father was also named john and he married jane toole in 1882 in Lancashire bmd but not in st Helens marriages.
  9. peacock nook Sutton is probably pocket nook where I live.
  10. does anyone have info on Stephen,his half-brother iain who lives in Norway is trying to make contact with him.
  11. there was a plaque in the main hall with cowley school on it.
  12. stringfellows moved to the corner of tontine st. and market st.it later became a discount food store.. my sister and used to go there at Christmas for a bottle of tarragona wine for our mam. I believe it is now a weatherspoons. the building became a food store in the 1980s (love to know the name.'
  13. I was a engine cleaner/fireman 1966/67 at Sutton oak and I was suttyoak's fireman on his first trip as a driver on a ,ravenhead-warrington. suttyoak was and is a great guy to fire for but my favourite was billy Mitchell simply because you always managed to get in a pub somewhere.
  14. the burgies at haresfinch are the waste rouge left over from the process. the float glass process made the grinders obsolete.
  15. women stood in the outdoors of pubs drinking half a mild and taking snuff because their husbands wouldn't let them go in a pub or smoke. communial outdoor toilets for a row of terraced house's,last I saw was in 1965 at Victoria st just before the street was demolished.