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She was very kind to all the children, she had a big greyhound called Cream, that used to take me for a walk, I know it should have been the other way round, but he was a greyhound and he had to be in the front.

My wife and I stay at the Plough & Harrow Hotel, Hagley Road, when we come to concerts in Birmingham, I still get a buzz when I visit the area, but that comes from living and playing with friends and knowing there family's in the fifties, when times were not always easy, but you were surrounded by genuine people, the salt of the earth as they say.

We also used to go to the Reservoir to collect frog spawn, Saturday morning was always reserved for Saturday Matinee at the Edgbaston Cinema, Roy Rogers, Flash Gordon etc etc, and then run home on the imaginary horse, chased by Indians, strange you always seemed to run faster if you slapped your backside.

The Photo shown on Parker Street with the Black Smiths down the entry, shows my old house, No11, on the right corner, the Iron Gates being the side entrance, on the left side not shown, was a little Grocer shop owned by a lovely lady, Mrs Pittam, she sold everything, including a great selection of sweets.

People from the street that I remember are Maureen and Michael Hawthorne; Irene Humpage and her brothers Clive and Malcolm; Josie Wakeling; Josie Yates; the Carter family, who lived in Hyde Road; Lois and Doris and their brothers, John Ike John Hubbord, who died while we were at school; Alan Hinton.

My best friend was Pauline Thomas who lived in Mostyn Grove, there was also Una Hunt from school.

I must have been the most popular kid on the block.

They made a good job of the chemist shop in Ledsam Street, I was dying to get in there, but no go. Cook kept racing pigeons and when he fed them I would nip over the wall and pick up a few bits of corn. First Congratulations on a fantastic Web Site, I now live in Flixton, Greater Manchester, since 1961, before that I lived at 11 Parker Street, Edgbaston, The reason I am contacting you is I am hoping that that somewhere out there will remember my Family.

My best friends were John Hardy, Alan Smith, Christopher Jordan, we spent all our school holidays playing hide & seek in the Botanical Gardens, what a lovely place that is.

I have taken my family to visit the Gardens and they loved it, how could you not?

Regards My wife was born in 1930 at 67 Marroway Street, the home of her grandparents, Alfred and Matilda Quiney, also the premises of Rudge Brown, coal merchants to industry, for whom Alfred was caretaker, stableman and coal deliverer.

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