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Link: Liverpool and Merseyside Remembered
« on: Thursday 26 September 13 12:49 BST (UK) »
http://liverpoolremembrance.weebly.com/index.html

Wartime Website for the Liverpool and Merseyside area. You can add your relatives from the area who served, lived or worked in the area during the two world wars.

Use the index on right of page to read the A-Z and stories.

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Re: Link: Liverpool and Merseyside Remembered
« Reply #1 on: Monday 28 April 14 15:55 BST (UK) »
This is a Fantastic Site and Great idea for all on Merseyside to contribute to.

Will be submitting details of my parents and my wife's parents' wartime memories, in the coming weeks.
CHAPMAN ROBINSON McKAY O'MALLEY

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Re: Link: Liverpool and Merseyside Remembered
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 14 January 16 08:11 GMT (UK) »
This has to be one of the most interesting sites on Liverpool I have ever seen.  So many stories to read.  I have spent a good 2 hours today reading and have only read part of it.  I will be adding a few stories of my own, thank you very much for the link :)
Williams, Owens, Pritchard, Povall, Banks, Brown.

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Re: Link: Liverpool and Merseyside Remembered
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 14 January 16 08:13 GMT (UK) »
I just realised that you must be the author.  I will definitely be buying a copy of your book, also one you recommend on your site about the fireman of Liverpool called Liverpool's Finest, my grandfather was a fireman working out of Hatton Gardens during WW2, but he never spoke about the terrible things he must have seen.

Well done - great stuff  :D
Williams, Owens, Pritchard, Povall, Banks, Brown.