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FORMBY'S LOST LOVE
The book 'Formby's Lost Love' - the Limited Edition Biography of ukulele legend George Formby's fiancee Pat Howson - is now available to purchase by contacting me directly. Email for details.
Can anyone remember an advert with a profile figure with a queue , single pigtail. I think on a porridge oats packet?
what is the answer to #19 on 1980's tv shows
Does anyone remember the Italian p o w s down woodhouse lane where pem caravans was I think they left about 1946
I came upon this website by accident. My grandfather was born in (I believe) in Wiggens, UK, March 29, 1860 and died July 5, 1918. Not sure when he and my Gram married their first child was born in 1889.
hey - I just came across your website - great images. They'd look good on Tinamps. Are they copyright?
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This is an e-mail message about my second book No Joe Bloggs.
Post war Main Gas Cooker approx 45 years old still in working condition! Kept by same lady all those years in near to pristine condition. do Main still exist? would anyone want this cooker in a museum? would be a shame if not!
Hi came across your website by sheer accident and glad I did. I have tea many fascinating comments left by others. It sure brought back memories of my grand parents. Life and society has changed. Sometimes I wish I could go back in time when the world wasn't so full of hate and neighbours were good neighbours.
you can get Gibbs sr toothpaste at hanwells mill square storrington West Sussex
I came across an old full bottle of Famil Syrup at a give away, wondering if it has any value.
happy Days at Donshu Davidson footwear, a sad day on the 5th February 1983
Does anyone know how I can contact David Devine who posted a message and photo on this website? Many thanks in advance
A fantastic website. I came upon it quite by accident and am delighted by the contents, especially the "Old adverts" they take me back to my childhood -"Happy days of yore" Thanks so much.
Just discovered you and dipped in. What a fantastic site. Congratulations.
I am descended from coal miners of Wigan, and as I look at your photos of them at rest, I marvel at the hardships they would have endured. Our modern complaints pale in comparison.