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  • Bridget Clarke on Contact usCould you give me your relation's name and roughly where his home was in Charlbert St - is it next...
  • Kenny poulton on A carefree childhood in the WoodDear Pat, Did you have a sister called Joan and a brother called Derek? I went to school with Joan...
  • John Gosling on Contact usHi, I have a relation living at the "School House Charlbert Street" on the 1911 census, St John's Wood. I...
  • Margaret Tucker ( Thomas) on Barrow Hill School and the WoodI was at Barrow Road school in the 1950s and would love to hear from Ann and Eileen Murphy who...
  • Tracey Wallis on About Samuel GodleyI have every intention of going down to the London area and finding the headstone to take a photo for...
  • James Morris on Primrose HillHi Richard, Some years have passed since I looked at this site and am disappointed to have missed your offer...
  • Rod Pigott on St John’s Wood Terrace – a 1960s childhoodI remember John Brown - he and I started a football team called Hill Grove and we used to have...
  • Louise Brodie on Garden NurseriesLovely article Jeanne. I can hardly bear to look at our patio in South Africa and others too, with no...
  • Selina Hockley on St John’s Wood Terrace – a 1960s childhoodI was at Robinsfield then went to Barrow Hill mid-1970s. I agree with the comments already posted - it was...
  • Tracey wallis on About Samuel GodleyThis man is in my mum's family tree I'm so pleased to see this article x
  • Margaret on Sherrards PatisserieDoes anyone remember Lesley's, the patisserie and tearooms on St John's Wood High Street in the early 1950s? The view...
  • Patricia Simons on 52 Blenheim TerraceI remember this lady attending St Marks Church and teaching us to sing. My father moved to St. John’s Wood...
  • Kenny poulton on Waterbyrn AntiquesWould anyone who remembers me from the Wood, please get in touch with me,I am desperate to hear from you...
  • Clifford Heathcote on Primrose Hill in wartimeMy family lived on Woronzow Road (some still do I think!) and tales of the war years were handed down...
  • Christine Donovan on St John’s Wood Terrace – a 1960s childhoodI also went to Barrow Hill 1963/66. I remember Mrs Saddler and Mr Grey. I also used the Adventure Playground...
  • Kenny poulton on Queries from our readersDear Adrianne, Did you have 2 brothers, one called Joey? I went to Barrow Hill from 1947 until 1953. I...
  • Clifford Heathcote on Bomb sites in St John’s WoodJanet, my family - the Dissons - lived on Woronzow Rd opposite Henstridge Place, and my mother often used to...
  • Peter Saville on Wharncliffe GardensWe lived in a flat in the rebuilt block of Wharncliffe Gdns, opposite the carpenters workshop, near one of the...
  • T Grindy on Townshend Cottages after the Second World WarJanet Bassett what year/years are you referring to? Teresa
  • Kenny Poulton on Townshend Cottages Silver Jubilee and Coronation partiesDear Janet, of course you are the right family. I remember the Sangsters, I believe my mums best friend was...
  • Kenny poulton on St John’s Wood Terrace – 1960sI lived in 88 St Johns Wood Terrace,went to Barrow Hill from 1947-1953. My friends were Jeff Coultas, Ernie Feaver,George...
  • Rosalind Henfrey on Barrow Hill Junior SchoolDoes anyone have any knowledge at all of the Beevor family? the father was Private James Robert who fought 14-18,...
  • Rosalind Henfrey on First War casualties from St John’s Wood who are commemorated elsewherePrivate James Frederick Beevor of Charles Lane NW8 died at home in 1920 and we cannot find any military details...
  • Rosalind Henfrey on St John’s Wood 1919-1995I would love to hear anything about the Beevor family 49 Charles Lane. These were my grandparents on my dad's...
  • Sarah on Contact usReally interesting website, many thanks. Does anyone know which number now in Hamilton Terrace is the house that was in...
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