Miller Family - Platt Bridge13 Comments
Photo: Dennis Miller
Item #: 9454
Can anyone identify the gent on the right?
The Gentle Giant with Joe is Tom Cunningham Platt Bridge pro in the background,the old school canteen is next to the pro,i would say this photo is taken outside the catholic club
What a blast from the past
was Joe Kehoe related to Jacqueline?
Yes Joe and Jacqueline are brother and sister along with Peggy and John. John is my Grandad.
Ruth, I remember your granddad, and I also remember with much fondness your Great Grandmother... Mrs Kehoe.
Jacqueline used to always be round our house, in fact she looked after both me and my brother when my mum and dad were out at work, again... even though not related by blood she means a lot to me (she often tells me I am on her list of pall bearers when she goes :D) ... she is part of my extended Kehoe family. Peggy to is known to me, I was with her on the night Uncle Joe passed away.
I have my Aunt Et's wedding album, I will post a photo of your granddad and great grandmother for you.
>>>The Gentle Giant with Joe is Tom Cunningham<<<
Thank you Mark, it is always nice to put a name to the faces.
Thanks that would be great to see a picture of them, my Grandma was a lovely sweet person. Thank you.
Sorry, i got mixed up, you meant a picture of my great Granmda Kehoe, thought you meant my Grandma, John's wife. I never met or seen a picture of my Great Grandma so it is very nice to see, glad you hold her in such high regard. Thanks.
There was another sister too, Florence (Florrie) think she was the eldest then it was my Grandad, John.
I forgot Florrie! She lived up the Lake District, Keswick I think. I also have a photograph of her somewhere...
tom cunninghams mother & father used to have a shop in lily lane,ridleys had a shop on the next corner
Florrie was my nan. her sons were stanny, tony and bernard and her daughter was mary.
Just spoke to my Dad ' Kenneth Walls' from Victoria Road and he asked if anyone remembered him?
Debbie, sorry for the late reply.
I do remember some Walls from Victoria Road, they ran a shop at what we all called 'Little Scholes'... the junctions of Collinge Street and Adelade Street.