I knew it would happen !! Three times last night during my nocturnal repose. Three boxes in my memory banks opened their lids needing to be looked into.
First is an apology. I have David Gray as Sep's uncle-- it should be ' Sep is the uncle of David'- obvious now - but not at the time of writing the post.
Second; the young lad second from the right in the centre row could be Alan Ward who lived in number six Campbell Street. I have in the past been in touch with Alan via email, living in Jarrow at that time.
The third concerns George Clark. I am sure when I made a visit to George- he- his mum dad and older brother lived in either 108 or 110 ( which ever is the upstairs dwelling)
Q , perhaps when George was born, and, needing more room, his family moved from 112/114 Argyle Street, to 108/110 possibly because an extra bedroom was needed??
Barry re your post at 10-39pm last night ( I had already gone to bed )
Aye it is a small world when you think about it. Thank you
As I have said in this post. I am sure that at some time George and family lived at either 108/110
Also, with the assistance of Margaret Macdonald, who is a contributor to this notice board, and to who I am deeply grateful .Research is showing that in 1939 George is an evacuee with the Atkinson family on Futta Beck Farm Brignall.
It also looks as though the surname Haw is the nee name of George's mother.
It is all becoming very confusing-- I am trying to unravel!!?
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