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112) hello 
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Wednesday, 5 September 2007 11:52 PM IP: 81.29.244.3

hello, cool site, i love your work this is my blog: http://yandex.ru - look at it now!
111) lisa hoyland 
Location:
manchester Location
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Wednesday, 30 May 2007 08:09 PM IP: 85.210.33.81

sorry - I meant did anyone know of a Lynn Fletcher in the 1960's (sixties)
110) lisa hoyland 
Location:
manchester Location
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Wednesday, 30 May 2007 08:08 PM IP: 85.210.33.81

Curiousity drives me to ask - was there a Lynn Fletcher in Upton in the 1906's ?
109) June Beryl Shaw 
Location:
Accrington Lancs Location
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Saturday, 26 May 2007 06:20 PM IP: 89.242.135.131

During the war 1942/43 we were bombed out in LOndon we were evacuated to the wirral. We lived ina house called WEST RIDGE. WEST Road. NOCTORUM. I wentto Birkenhead High School for Girls. The house was not far from Bidston Hill where I caught a bus to school. I would love to know if the house is stillthere or is it under the new Motorway?????? a
108) Anne Gerhard 
Location:
Cheshire Location
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Thursday, 26 April 2007 10:14 AM IP: 87.114.141.147

During the 'War Years', I lived with my widowed Grandma and Uncle in Devonshire Road. I have fond memories of her neighbours, as well as playing with the other kids in the air-raid shelter in her garden, running through the brook across the road, , and going with a Jug to the Diary, for milk. I also remember Sundays spent at Moreton Shore - happy times. I even attended Upton Convent School for a short while.
107) jeannie hunter nee Davies 
Location:
Sydney Australia Location
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Friday, 6 April 2007 12:31 AM IP: 220.245.178.132

I was born and lived in Larcombe Avenue in 1946and I remember the spinney. Also lived in Glendor Mount Road. Father Glynn Davies solicitor and Isla Davies. Sister Hilary born 1940. I went to Miss Wyns School in the church. anyone remember Dr Bulmer he brought both my sister and myself into the world. I remember his bowler hat!
106) Jane Manning 
Location:
London Location
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Thursday, 22 March 2007 09:54 AM IP: 20.138.246.89

I used be called Jane Quirk and I lived in Upton from around 1958 'til 1970. First home was at 19 Shrewsbury Dr and then 28 Meadway. There were actually two spinneys in Upton, the big long one and then a little short one between Shrewsbury Dr and the next road which I think was Heath Drive. I remember playing around the stone man and the river fender and the conker woods.
105) Nick Williams 
Location:
London Location
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Friday, 9 February 2007 06:42 AM IP: 195.93.21.71

In the mid 60s, when I was 10 years old, my weekly pocket money was 2 shillings, payable on Saturday mornings. The bus fare from Sandy Way, Noctorum to Upton was 2d each way. In Malleys newsagents, I would spend some considerable time choosing from the selection of Superman Comics (10d each) before getting the bus home again to Ullswater Avenue, two comics in my posession, my pocket money spent. Happy days, wonderful web site. Nick Williams
104) Gillian 
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Wednesday, 7 February 2007 02:44 PM IP: 84.68.196.31

What a wonder site I lived in upton from 6mnths old in 1969 left in 1991 to join the RAF. I know live in Aberdeenshire with my family I have had great joy sharing this with my children and I will definately share it with a friend who lives in a small village up here in aberdeenshire who lived in upton as well !! small world ! I lost my dad in the summer and was home in Upton for some weeks he would have loved this site, I wish I found it sooner to share with him. I can't stress enough what enjoyment I have had looking at this site, especially the photos of cannon mcgonale who baptised me, did my 1st confession, 1st holy communion and confirmation !
103) Becky 
Location:
Walsall Location
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Saturday, 25 November 2006 05:26 PM IP: 217.44.204.6

Visited Upton went I visited my best friend and dear friends, and thought to myself now i'm here what can i do? So i went on a bicycle race round town whilst singing Bohemian rhapsody, and old ladies told me off to which i replied don't stop me now. I was served by a fat bottomed girl in the newsagents but she was good company, and introduced me to a good old fashioned lover boy. At last i had found somebody to love, and was involved in a crazy little thing called love, he even saved me from being run over...aww sweet. Unfortunately the driver ran over my bag of sweets and so that was another one that bit the dust, but i said to myself the show must go on, so we went to play the game in the arcade. The flashs were so distracting but we suceeded and we were the champions at the arcade. We bumped into this magican who had a kind of magic about him, who claimed in only seven days i would revisit Upton. He was right what a wonderful town, just the place to break free from the seven seas of Rhye (home). I throughly recommend others to visit:)
102) Phil 
Location:
upton Location
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Thursday, 23 November 2006 08:28 PM IP: 213.122.60.222

it nice to think upton use to be like this. but with super market putting local bisness under pressure. i want to brake free from the these supermakets full of fat bottomed girls. loacl shops are the champions, another one bits the dust day after day. we need a super hero like flash gorden to come and save, because with supermarkets everybody wants to rule the world, but i want local shops to live forever. one day us local shops will come back and we will rock you supermaket lovers, and u'll need to find somebody to love, who is a giant megatore. local shops are my best friend. phil.x
101) Sally 
Location:
currently, Bangor Location
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Thursday, 23 November 2006 08:18 PM IP: 81.153.128.207

Upton is the coolist, I love my home town when i'm there. St.Mary's is the best, keep doing what u r doing.
100) Joe Maddocks 
Location:
Upton, Wirral Location
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Thursday, 23 November 2006 08:08 PM IP: 86.130.172.166

Brilliant website. I am a regular at the Eagle & Crown in Upton village. Surprised to see, from the pictures, how much the place has changed over the years. Shame to see 'Ian's of Upton' close down, that was one of the few remaining traditional shops.
99) Barry wharton 
Location:
38 ford road upton (kirkbank manor) Location
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Tuesday, 21 November 2006 04:22 PM IP: 82.152.219.122

great site, i have some old deeds to my house which mention issac fletcher
98) simon robinson 
Location:
upton Location
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Sunday, 22 October 2006 06:39 AM IP: 62.252.224.25

fantastic site....is there anyone out there who could help my reserch on the race course at upton....ive hit a brick wall and im trying to find photos
97) Cate Newton 
Location:
UK Location
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Monday, 4 September 2006 04:30 PM IP: 86.132.238.184

This is a great site - thanks for the memories. I lived in Shrewsbury Drive Upton and went to Kingsley Prep School from 1956-1962, (my name was Catriona). Would love to hear from Jane Keeble or Diana Dring and other old friends. Have detailed memories of some of the shops you have listed on your website, as well as Kingsley Prep. Also the Presbyterian Church (which is where Kingsley prep was based when I went there in 1956 before it moved to the house along the road) and the Library, which was a great place for young readers. Thanks for the pic of the Stone Man, he was next to the Cowley's house, and in our family he was called the Old Man of Upton.
96) Paul Kendrick 
Location:
Wallasey Location
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Tuesday, 8 August 2006 01:33 PM IP: 86.135.160.26

Not a past resident of Upton but in the late fifties my Uncle ( Dave Stafford ) had an old car garaged at a big black house? on the site where the Horse and Jockey is now. I know this because I had to walk with him from Leasowe to come and pick it up, good memories. Nice site, keep up good work.Paulk
95) Mrs Margaret Brown 
Location:
Manchesterm\\england Location
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Tuesday, 18 July 2006 02:15 PM IP: 80.5.160.25

Just found this site by chance doing the family tree of Mutch and Winson. I was born in Nursing home on Upton Road but lived in Salacre Terrace for a number of years. I moved to Woodchurch eventually, would love to hear of anyone who has any info of Mutch and Winson.
94) Rodney Fowles 
Location:
Pennsylvania, USA Location
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Friday, 16 June 2006 03:07 AM IP: 69.40.143.90

Was born in Upton and lived there untill 1955 with my grandparent Jess & Ada Roberts on Ford Road. This site brought back some great memories, especially photos.
93) Ian Hunt 
Location:
North Wales Location
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Thursday, 18 May 2006 10:24 AM IP: 88.110.194.159

For the normal users of this site the following quote is from another similar guest book in Africa. "Some morons with loads of time on their puerile hands have decided to hack into the guestbook and bombard the site with spurious,inappropriate and probably illegal entries" Just goes to show how many Worlwide morons there are!
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