Glenpark Street

Janette Brownlie posted on the 31/12/2020 11:21:09 AM

Does anybody remember Glenpark Street tenants before it was demolished my grandpa and uncle lived there their names are Janet Hughes and James Ferguson

#1 - Janette McGill replied on the 12/01/2021 11:37:32 AM

I am looking for a certain fish and chip shop in Duke Street Dennistoun in the fifties sixties run by Frank and Margaret forgot their surname, can anybody help

#2 - Joan Taylor replied on the 25/01/2021 11:11:10 PM

My Mum and Dads first flat was in Glenpark St was door entrance on the street no close....

#3 - Laura replied on the 21/03/2021 11:36:47 PM

Hi Jeanette, I don't know if it's a coincidence, but my grandad was called James Scott Ferguson, was he your uncle? Lol x

#4 - Laura replied on the 22/03/2021 1:47:50 AM

Sorry for the error when typing your name Janette (auto correct)

#5 - Janette Brownlie replied on the 21/05/2021 9:58:58 AM

Laura my uncles name was James Spencer Ferguson he was a bachelor hope we can find out more about our past. Toodle oo for the noo Janette

#6 - jim burns replied on the 30/01/2022 10:58:12 PM

margarets chip shop was just up from the louden bar, best chippy in dennistoun, was always mobbed, she was related to ' nan ' who had the fruit shop down the road, and wullie and jimmy hamilton who had the stables in glenpark street.

#7 - anon replied on the 26/06/2022 4:04:27 PM

Anyone have black and white photos of Glenpark Street in the forties or fifties.

#8 - Norman Smith replied on the 25/02/2023 10:27:33 PM

I "worked" in the stables with Wullie Hamilton for couple of years helping out with the horses and carts and making bunches of sticks for the fire upstairs in wullies place. Dogging school as well. Loved it,

#9 - Jean Turner replied on the 21/03/2024 4:39:02 PM

My mother's family lived in 16 Glenpark Street 1917 - 1944 ish, also Glendale street, can anyone remember the Smiths? Robert was father, Lizzie mother of 9, Frances was my mother, or have old pics of this area. Would love to find out more about her past.

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