Scotts the Coalman

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Post by Babooshka » Mon Mar 19, 2007 9:57 pm

Cisco wrote:The two lads I knew Babs, one was a big well made lad called Reuben Ford the other one was called John Bell
You'll probably not remember them you been only being a young girl at the time :lol:
I can remember standing in the yard watching through the open hatch as they emptied the sacks out, I must've been about 6 or something :lol:

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Re: Scotts the Coalman

Post by Mascot. » Fri May 16, 2014 8:54 pm

My Grandfather and dad A P Scott & Son coal merchant

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Post by Mascot. » Fri May 16, 2014 8:59 pm

Barney wrote:Yup, I remember Arthur Scott well.
He used to deliver coal to our house before we got the gas central heating.

He lived on Mortimer Road - number 76.
I know as I used to be close to his daughter, Mavis.
Nice lass, she was.

Ah, them was the days!!
Still is and It was 214 Mortimer rd Mavis and Angela are my sisters

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Post by Barney » Thu Dec 04, 2014 2:43 am

Mascot. wrote:
Barney wrote:Yup, I remember Arthur Scott well.
He used to deliver coal to our house before we got the gas central heating.

He lived on Mortimer Road - number 76.
I know as I used to be close to his daughter, Mavis.
Nice lass, she was.

Ah, them was the days!!
Still is and It was 214 Mortimer rd Mavis and Angela are my sisters
s**t, that's right - 214!! Where did I get 76 from?? LOL
Brain fart, I guess.

Mascot, if you're still hangin' aboot - how's Mavis doing these days.
Ask her if she remembers the stupid bug*er fro the Council of Youth!! :)

Still think of her often!! (Just don't tell me missus!! ;) )
The Wild Witch-Wizard of Whiteleas
Was a changeling's son from Mars.
He learnt his songs
From the Cosmic Throngs
And played them on a Fender guitar - Oh yeah.

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