Station Bar Stevenston

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Station Bar Stevenston

Post by carolinesmith46 » Mon Aug 19, 2019 3:46 pm

Hi
Trying to find info of the clements family that ran the pub in late 1950's early 60's. I think it was Jim clements and his Mother knew me well.

I would love to know what happened to them.

Caroline

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Re: Station Bar Stevenston

Post by Hughie » Fri Aug 23, 2019 9:16 pm

Hi Caroline, Welcome to threetowners. James Clements was a much admired Stevenston councillor.
Go to Google search and enter the following James Clements site:threetowners.net
You'll find many mentions of him there. :)

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Re: Station Bar Stevenston

Post by Clement » Wed Feb 26, 2020 1:16 pm

Hi Caroline,
The reply to you referencing James Clements is the wrong person. He was a councillor.
The James Clement, no s, is my father. His mother, my grandmother at one time lived above the Station Bar.
My name is Kerr Clement, the eldest son of Jim and May Clement. We lived in Garven Rd, then Hamilton Cres. My parents then moved down to Canal Cres.
My Grandmother passed away in 1964, my father 1974, my mother1997.
Kerr Clement

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Re: Station Bar Stevenston

Post by stivis » Wed Feb 26, 2020 10:29 pm

The Ex-Provost Clements stayed I'm certain in Alexander Avenue opposite the Greenhead Avenue junction, there was the usual Provost Pole at the house, He had a son David don't know if he had other children

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Re: Station Bar Stevenston

Post by Guest » Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:41 pm

stivis wrote:
Wed Feb 26, 2020 10:29 pm
The Ex-Provost Clements stayed I'm certain in Alexander Avenue opposite the Greenhead Avenue junction, there was the usual Provost Pole at the house, He had a son David don't know if he had other children
I knew David (Davie) very well before moving away in the 80s, and I'm sure he had an older brother, Jimmy, called for their father, who moved to Kilwininng, possibly becoming a town councillor there?

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Re: Station Bar Stevenston

Post by chef » Sat Feb 29, 2020 5:36 am

There is a Street in Kilwinning named "James Clements Close I am almost certain that this was named after Provost Clements son James who was indeed a councillor in Kilwinning .

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