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I think he was found dead somewhere off New Hutte Lane in Halewood. Didnt he try to fly with wooden wings and spiralled to the ground?
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Coats and gloves are no longer regarded as portion of the dress code. Handloom sarees are mainly categorized into cotton sarees and silk sarees.
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General Chat / WHY ARE WE SO FAT
« Last post by Michaelwaife on 16:33:26, 14/08/19 »
Since GorillaMaxx was before my rc time.. Im curious. Why did it come to an end? Then look crazy tough, amazing quality, and they look awesome. So why did the Gorilla die?
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Well worth a visit a great day out for all the family on all day place of venue VIEILLEVILLE The village is just before Benevent l Abbaye comeing from the direction of Bourganeuf
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Good luck with your sesrches!...its interesting but can become quite consuming too!...I am a member of a few sites however there is a cost..although to some extent it has been helpful it pulls upon what knowledge  is already provided.
Keep it up...all the same!!!
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Leicester Genealogy / Re: 1911 census
« Last post by Tina Harrison on 21:29:04, 25/07/19 »
Hi Flyer...its been a while !,I'm still searching... :-\
Signed up to do the DNA on ancestory ....views are welcome!, I'm on the fence to be honest with Regards to whether it says what it does on the tin!after all we are all related some how!...and the possible matches I have been getting are a trillion removed Haha
Watch this space!!
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Leicester Genealogy / Re: Burgin/Cook(e)/Harrison/Findley/Oxendon St
« Last post by Andy on 19:36:02, 22/07/19 »
whoever you are , i am stanley burgins son Andrew.
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: Baileys night club
« Last post by Winker on 11:16:56, 20/07/19 »
Regular visitor in the early 70's, enjoyed the caberet format, waitress service and pub style meals. Most memorable night was seeing Mud perform Tiger Feet etc. Also remeber seeing Helen Shapiro, my mate was besotted by her. Met a very attrative girl and having a dance to 10cc's Rubber Bullets.
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: Murder on Elm Street
« Last post by Winker on 10:03:58, 20/07/19 »
I came accross your post whilst reasearching my childhood memories of Leicester. I can't help with your enquiry, but I used to live with my parents on Elm street between 1956 and 1960ish. I was six years old when we left. Had fond memories of the area despite it being pretty poor at the time. Used to play with a boy called Paul who lived on the opposite side of the road. Used to go to the school on Green Lane Road. I remeber wiating to hear the factory hooter sound when it was time for the workers to retun after lunch. That was also our reminder to return to school. Interesting to think of these old memories.
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: my old school
« Last post by Wingercop on 16:54:49, 12/07/19 »
Hello if there is anybody out there I am attempting to write a book and include my time at Linwood Boys school. Attended between 1962 to around 1967 five years. I am now 69 and would love to gather more detailed information than my brain holds. Trevor Rhodes...with older brother Tony Dusty Rhodes...now gone to a better place. Thanks
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