EPW005477 ENGLAND (1921). King Edward VII Memorial Infirmary, Bristol, 1921

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Title [EPW005477] King Edward VII Memorial Infirmary, Bristol, 1921
Reference EPW005477
Date 20-March-1921
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Place name BRISTOL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 358689, 173548
Longitude / Latitude -2.5946750322213, 51.458911306357
National Grid Reference ST587735

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MB
Tuesday 30th of August 2016 10:33:41 PM
Born in Eugene st. Played in bomb ruins in early 50s, wish there were more photos of this area before the war.

bri
Saturday 8th of September 2012 01:58:12 PM
Mike Kelly, Bri. Do we know each other ?

Boy from Bristol
Monday 17th of September 2012 04:22:50 PM
Hi Brian,

My mum Janet Bell lived in the flats too with her two brothers David & Peter. I believe you may have been related as Loveday Poole was her auntie who lived in the flat beneath hers. Ivy Bell was her mum with a maiden name of Tanner. Would be interested to hear from you on a email. I have a public profile so feel free to email. It would be lovely to share those photos with her if you have them scanned.

Ian

Probe
Saturday 28th of September 2013 09:29:56 PM

User Comment Contributions

hi Brian



Would love to see those photos. I drink with John and Frank Millar together with my cousin Pat Kelly most Monday nights.

Boy from Bristol
Friday 23rd of August 2013 04:49:59 PM
Was my playground in 40s and early 50s. Lied in Marlborough Hill, but my mates were all Eugene Street boys. Played football for years in Eugene street. Might even know you Bri.

Boy from Bristol
Wednesday 28th of November 2012 10:43:35 PM
Sorry haven't been on site for a while and have just seen your comments. I lived in the flats. Mothers maiden name was Phylis Poole Grand parents lived there as well Tom and Loveday Poole I have a couple of Photos from about mid 40s, You may well be on one.

bri
Wednesday 28th of November 2012 10:43:35 PM