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 Post subject: A local bunch
PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 3:28 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: A local bunch
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Must have had something to do with the Labour Club.................see two stalwarts there Paddy Daly and Gregory McKevitt ...................................


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 Post subject: Re: A local bunch
PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 4:40 pm 
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I only recognise a few of these people Northbrook,I'm hoping someone will name the others for me.


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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 4:45 pm 
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Joanne - lovely photo.
The only ones I know are Marie and Gregory McKevitt, Paddy Daly
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 Post subject: Re: A local bunch
PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 4:59 pm 
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MR and Mrs Trainor :-):-)


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Should that not be Eddie Fearon and his wife Lily Trainor Poisie ? .............................................


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The man in between the Fearons looks like Dan O`Neill................................................


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northbrook wrote:
The man in between the Fearons looks like Dan O`Neill................................................


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 Post subject: Re: A local bunch
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Bobby Stanley.
he was the funniest man


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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 5:29 pm 
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northbrook wrote:
The man in between the Fearons looks like Dan O`Neill................................................

it is
mrs lewis in front
maybe the man on the right is her husband?


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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 5:31 pm 
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the gap wrote:
northbrook wrote:
The man in between the Fearons looks like Dan O`Neill................................................


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Not often seen without his hat Gap ............................................


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L-r, Mrs. Fred Lewis; Marie McKevitt; Bobby Stanley; Mrs. Lily Fearon; Dan O'Neill; Eddie Fearon; Gregory McKevitt; Paddy Daly. :cheers: :cheers:


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I should have gotten Lily and Ed Fearon
because they lived opposite my sister in
Clermont Gds.
Wouldn't have known Dan O'Neill without his
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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2009 9:05 am 
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Sorry Northbrook u are so right and LILY was avery nice person I had wee job in washpoint after scchool with her :-


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northbrook wrote:
The man in between the Fearons looks like Dan O`Neill................................................



I am really glad you came up with Dan O'Neill's name as he was the one who had me baffled.The face was so familiar but it's exactly as xpaddy said........I didn't recognise him without his cap.


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Lovely to see a photo of Paddy Daly (a very good neighbour from days gone by) nice to have my memory of him refreshed as | had almost forgotten what he looked like.


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Lovely to see a photo of my uncle Gregory RIP. Marie was a bit of a looker back in the day!


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Great photo of my mum and dad Eddie and Lily Fearon nee Trainor, I remember asking him about the Mo, he said he had a cold sore and was unable to shave. Great Memories.
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Lovely to see Bobby Stanley again . Bobby and his sister Grace were our neighbours when we lived in Clermont Gardens.
Bobby was a very dapper wee man and Grace was a very kind cheery sort always singing ..They had a dog, Ithink you called him "Jip" ,I thought Jip was our dog for a long time.. With Mona and Dinny Gallagher across the road we were spoilt as children...... Mona would never come back down the street from doing her shopping without a bag of Rasberry Ruffles to share with us, and everyone was her "wee pet" ...... lovely kind people and lovely memories of them....


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Lovely to see a pic of my Grandfather Paddy Daly. Thank you for posting.


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