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hiya alan do you remember the millwards, jean barbara , pat and david. also the crappers who george farquhar my uncle knocked around with? and terry turner who lived on shrewsbury road. my mum loves the info i give her.

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Hello lagerlil, The names I remember but I think they was older than me I'm 62 next birthday, I think they would be around my sisters age group between 65 and 67. Was it George Crapper ?

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George Crapper's my dad, He's a recently retired publican and lives near Peterborough. He had a pub on Park Hill for many years.

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my mum said how many sons has george got? tell him george farquhar is my uncle.

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yes alan it was george crapper. and mymums brother des is your age.

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Hello lagerlil, I was in the same class as Des at Park County and Knocked about with him, I remember him being very talented at drawing. I've sent you a pm.

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. my sister knows young george crapper. his your dad well. remember your dad having the scottish queen.

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Hi Lagerlil,

 

He's really well thanks, living a quiet life down in Lincolnshire. Myself and my brother (not young George) would have been the two kids at the pub.

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wheres young george live now, my sister knew him

they both went to park school.

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my mum remembers your family glynn , did you have a uncle terry? my mums family was farquhar

 

Yeah Uncle Terry is still alive and living in the Cotswolds somewhere.

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It's a shame there aren't more photos of Bungay Street and area before it was demolished. I remember my parents taking me to Park library when I was about 5 (around 1951) I think it was a Miss Brookbanks that was the librarian. There was also the pigeon cotes just off Bungay Street.

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