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  • Hi there and welcome to the Murray family memories site. This branch of the Murray family are from the West end of Newcastle upon Tyne. The first image you see is of Albert "Gordon" Murray with his daughter Lois Joanne and his son Graeme Neil - it was taken sometime in 1971 after Graeme's birth. Gordon, as he was known was born on September 9th 1928 in Newcastle and together with Maureen Elizabeth had 3 children - Lois Joanne (1969-), Graeme Neil (1971-) and Margaret Kay (1973-). Gordon married Maureen Elizabeth Barrett in 1967 at Holy Cross Church and they setup home at 41...
  • Born on the 11th of March 1961 to Norma and Elwyn Jones. He went to school at Cae Top then Friars. He got a degree in Biology from Lancaster University He married Eirian on the 26th of September 1987 and they had 2 children together Hannah and Tesni In 2004 he bought the Tangerine Dream a boat that he fixed up and then spent many an evening cruising up and down the Menai Straits Canal Boat holiday
  • Denis Crowley 10/04/1957 Born in Shelbourne Street Kenmare, to loving parents, Minnie and John Crowley. one of 4 boys Thomas, Sean and Noel. Growing up Kenmare living in town, playing football in the streets, swimming in the Pier, holiday’s in Aunty Nancy and Uncle Tom...
  • THE QUEEN'S LANCASHIRE REGIMENT MEMORIAL The Regiment was formed by the amalgamation of The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) and The Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) at Connaught Barracks in Dover. It became Lancashire's only Infantry Regiment and had held the record of having the most Battle Honours of any Regiment in the British Army, two of these being Quebec and Waterloo where predecessors of The Queen's Lancashire's fought with great distinction. The Regimental family included previous units from the North, South, East and West of Lancashire and its history...
  • Graham Robertson ( Our Dad ) Margaret Wilson brought little Graham into the world on 25th May 1935 in his heartland and forever homeland; a small Village called Dufftown in the Speyside whiskey territory of Scotland. He was the fourth child of the family, little brother to Elma, Tony and Nettie and big brother to Stephen and Evie. Graham was close to all his Brothers and Sisters but had a particularly special bond with his brother Stephen which continued right through life. Whatever they did as a family, it did Graham good. He was raised to become a good man though a little...
  • Graham Robertson ( Our Dad ) Margaret Wilson brought little Graham into the world on 25th May 1935 in his heartland and forever homeland; a small Village called Dufftown in the Speyside whiskey territory of Scotland. He was the fourth child of the family, little brother to Elma, Tony and Nettie and big brother to Stephen and Evie. Graham was close to all his Brothers and Sisters but had a particularly special bond with his brother Stephen which continued right through life. Whatever they did as a family, it did Graham good. He was raised to become a good man though a little...

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