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Does anyone remember,Wilson Edwards who lived on Flixton rd near the crossing in Urmston ? Roy Fearnley who lived off Church rd,Flixton,Barbara Stewart that lived near Chassen park,Susan Lightfoot that lived in Shawe rd near the school.Terry Hunt(ogden)lived Chassen rd or the Moore family of Chassen rd.thanks.
Thanks to Garth Hanson!

I knew and remember both Susan Lightfoot and Roy Fernley, Roy lived in Minehead ave, would love to hear from both.
Thanks to Bary Wild!

It would be nice if somebody could confirm if a couple of my old friends were still alive and kicking, Susan Lightfoot and Roy Fearnley, both would be in their mid 70's now.
Thanks to Barry Wild!

Hi Barry, I grew up with this pair, I lived at 8 Chassen Rd, there was also Geoff Whittle, Bob Clarke, Les Lightfoot, Tony Pearson and loads more, cheers.
Thanks to Garth Hanson!

I remember Bob Clarke, Frome Ave wasn't it, and the escapade with Les at a Chinese restaurant, oh happy days, and two days in aug 64 with Les's sister Susan.
Thanks to Barry Wild!

Two brothers that also lived in Minehead Ave, John and Barry Ireland, are they still around !
Thanks to Barry Wild!

Ants Pearson was my best man back in 1961
Thanks to Barry Wild!

Hi Barry,didn't they used to be married to each other at one time,so I heard from an old friend in Flixton ?
Thanks to Garth Hanson!

Hi Garth, you say Roy and Susan were once married, do you know what happened, did they part company naturally, what occurred.
Thanks to Barry Wild!

My brother Brian Potts, still driving steam trains, narrow guage and preserved locos, at 79 years of age in Australia, informed me that his Flixton pal Neville Hulton died recently. Neville's brother Edwin a pal of mine, pre-ceased him some time ago. Their peer group, all Flixton lads, Tommy Fenny, Keith Malcolm, and "Satch" alas, also gone. Good Flixton lads - I knew them well 1940s and 1950s.
Thanks to Bob Potts!


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