Hughie wrote: ↑Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:11 pmNo Susan, that's not Bob Hamilton. Here he is as many will remember him:down south wrote: According to the Herald article, " It is only fair to say that for about 30 years a good deal of the popularity of the pool was attributable to the personality of the permanent bathmaster, the late Mr Robert Hamilton. "; so he was obviously a fixture throughout its golden era. From the sounds of some of the past postings about him,not all of you would quite agree with that eulogy.... I think he's supposed to be in this picture, perhaps someone could confirm that for the record.
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There were three cottages there, probably knocked down round about 1957/58. The families that lived in them till the end were the Dales, the Conwells and the Findleys. The Dales had 5 children, the Conwells had 7 and the Findleys 6. I remember this because I lived in one of them (Billy Dale)
awgibson82 wrote: ↑Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:10 am Number 68 Ardrossan Rd was my gran and grandpa's house. Archie and Euphemia Gibson. As far as I recall they bought the house from Peter and Pearl Buchanan. The glass panel with the clan motto was inserted by the Buchanans.....the same clan as Gibson ironically.
Hi Gnyaff I've been sent a copy of a post from way back where you were asking after a girl at school called Christine McIntyre. She is my cousin. She's still in Canada. Were you in the same class and what school did you go to.