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dougie
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91 of 95  Thu 4th Aug 2016 8:00pm  
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Any of you from Radford aged 70+ lived there between 1955 to 1960 and played on that field Smile you may have known my wife "Irene Cottom" from Daimler Road
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Jeff Chatwin
Wolston
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92 of 95  Wed 15th Mar 2017 8:13pm  
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Hi. The glacial erratic you refer to was in the St Nicholas churchyard close to the church. According to my mother it disappeared on the night of 14th November blitz along with the church. She was born in Beech Road and lived in Engleton Road, and was a frequent visitor to the churchyard before the blitz since her brother was buried there in 1929. My grandparents also visited the grave a lot.
A Coventry Kid at Heart.

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Bookman
Coventry
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93 of 95  Thu 20th Apr 2017 7:37pm  
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The sweet shop opposite the common was called Thurlys l believe
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Heathite
Coventry
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94 of 95  Thu 20th Apr 2017 8:07pm  
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Is this it possibly?
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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95 of 95  Fri 13th Oct 2017 5:45pm  
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On 20th Nov 2011 2:11pm, Barbinoz said: I used to live about half way along Burnaby, near where Rollason Rd came out. Our paths might have crossed! I've lived in Australia for 40 years so it was a very long time ago!
On 21st Nov 2011 3:03am, Barbinoz said: So I'm 2 years older than you, my name was Barbara Turner back then. I used to go to Hill Farm school and to Lyng Hall & worked at Courtaulds in Lockhurst Lane. You had a big family! We had our first holiday back to the UK in 2003, to say things had changed was an understatement! It was strange, a lot of things looked the same - but different! A kind of time warp I suppose!
At KHVIII in the 60s I was in the same class as Alan Turner who lived in Burnaby Road Oh my
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