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Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« on: Wednesday 19 May 10 23:51 BST (UK) »
Hi

Can anyone tell me where this is/was? I know it was in the Camlachie District, but I cannot find it on any maps.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Julz x
Seenan's - Glasgow
Delargy's - Glasgow (Possilpark);
Lennons - Motherwell, Hamilton, Glasgow (Gorbals & D/Toun) & Pennsylvanua;
Gallachers - Bellshill & High Church.
Borland & Summers - Glasgow & North
Baxters & Walls - Glasgow & Dungannon
Munro - Avoch
Patrick Delargy - Australia
McPhersons - Fort William & Abernethy
Hamilton - Caithness & Inverness
Thomson - Caithness

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 20 May 10 08:41 BST (UK) »
What year are you referring to?

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 20 May 10 08:48 BST (UK) »
It ran between Gallowgate and Crownpoint road

http://www.artus-familyhistory.com/source/Early%20Maps.html/Glasgow%201935/Glasgow%204.html

Looks like it was demolished to make way for the Crownpoint Sports Centre

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 20 May 10 12:33 BST (UK) »
Thank you Sancti.

It was around the 1920's (1921-1928 I know they lived there for sure so far).

Now on to find the nearest schools. My Gr-Gr Grandparents and my Gr-Granny haven't made this search easy!!

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JulzDS
Seenan's - Glasgow
Delargy's - Glasgow (Possilpark);
Lennons - Motherwell, Hamilton, Glasgow (Gorbals & D/Toun) & Pennsylvanua;
Gallachers - Bellshill & High Church.
Borland & Summers - Glasgow & North
Baxters & Walls - Glasgow & Dungannon
Munro - Avoch
Patrick Delargy - Australia
McPhersons - Fort William & Abernethy
Hamilton - Caithness & Inverness
Thomson - Caithness

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 20 May 10 17:48 BST (UK) »

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 04 January 18 15:43 GMT (UK) »
Hi

Can anyone tell me where this is/was? I know it was in the Camlachie District, but I cannot find it on any maps.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Julz x
One of my aunties lived in that street in the 1940s 50s.. they were strange wee houses to the front with their own door to the street.. but round the back had other houses that had a staircase on the back of the building so someone lived above. but the bulding was low like miners cottages.. across the street was a factory for milk and a garage on the corner.. it was a Shell garage.. This would probably be after your grandparents lived there.. there are some photos on butonly one of the street further down near Crownpoint road which was some type of stables for horses and carts and they had geese.. so that would have been there long before too.. get in touch if you want any more info about the area.. I lived in Fordneuk st nearby until the 70s...

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 04 January 18 15:47 GMT (UK) »
Tylefield stables built for Robert Robb, contractor. These kind of brick houses with fore or back stairs proliferated in the east-end before  being replaced by tenements.

Skoosh.

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 04 January 18 15:57 GMT (UK) »
Thank you Sancti.

It was around the 1920's (1921-1928 I know they lived there for sure so far).

Now on to find the nearest schools. My Gr-Gr Grandparents and my Gr-Granny haven't made this search easy!!

Thanks
JulzDS
there was Cubie st school.. Campbellfield st school.. St Annes RC school in Crownpoint 
           Annfield st....
road.. get in touch please and Ill try and help   (*)

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Re: Tylefield St, Glasgow?
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 04 January 18 19:20 GMT (UK) »
Tylefield stables built for Robert Robb, contractor. These kind of brick houses with fore or back stairs proliferated in the east-end before  being replaced by tenements.

Skoosh.
Great piece of info Skoosh.... thanks a lot.. can you tell me anything at all about the next st. Soho st in the late 1800s someone has been asking about the place their g g g granny died in Soho st but in the 1800s they were just starting to build the big tenements, so I dont know what was there at that time..