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  Posted by Dr Trevor Colluney on 11th January 2018  trevor.colluney4@ntlworld.com  http://www.catchpenny.co.uk
  Where are you? Lamcaster
  How did you find wiganworld?    Browsing to find a former colleague
  Comments Great site -- one of the best I have seen for layout images and responses. I am presently retired and have been writing my biography. 8I am looking for a colleague Ian Crompton who was an art/pottery teacher in the Ashton / Wigan area. I worked with him in Knowsley Secondary in the late 1960's -- lost contact with him. It would help if anyone knew of him to allow me to talk to them. not sure if I can leave a contact email but would appreciate the moderators support on this.

  Posted by John Crompton on 6th January 2018  johncrompton8888@yahoo.co.uk 
  Where are you? Saudi Arabia
  How did you find wiganworld?    Internet
  Comments I lived in Shevington/Appley Bridge before having great memories

  Posted by jodi draper on 25th December 2017  
  Where are you? roda spain
  How did you find wiganworld?    from wigan
  Comments Pea Wet

  Posted by jodi draper on 24th December 2017  
  Where are you? roda spain
  How did you find wiganworld?    from wigan
  Comments well done, golden bear, that pea pod is a fool

  Posted by Helen of Troy on 21st December 2017  
  Where are you? Norfolk
  How did you find wiganworld?    Ages ago
  Comments Well done Joseph & thanks for confirming it is All Saints.
I know its a advert for the Coop but certainly an eye catching & happy one.

  Posted by Joseph on 20th December 2017  
  Where are you? Wigan
  How did you find wiganworld?    Used to be a member.
  Comments Helen West and Pi Eta, it certainly is Hindley All Saints Church also the Silver Choir of Hindley, organised by the Wigan borough's Age UK group.

  Posted by Helen West on 14th December 2017  
  Where are you? Norfolk
  How did you find wiganworld?    Years ago
  Comments Pi Eta, I think you are right, I have just looked at the image of All Saints. The 2 windows at the rear seem to be exactly the same.

  Posted by Pi Eta on 14th December 2017  
  Where are you? Hindley Green
  How did you find wiganworld?    Browsing years ago
  Comments I saw the advertisement today, it looks like All Saints Church, George Street, Hindley. Check it out on images.

  Posted by Helen West on 14th December 2017  
  Where are you? Norfolk
  How did you find wiganworld?    Ages ago
  Comments Just wanted to say that I saw an advert for The Coop on TV....a quick shot at the beginning shows a church. It couldn't be a church at Ince, St Marys ? Anyone seen it ?
Thanks for letting me post that, I know its not really guestbook stuff.

  Posted by PAULINE on 11th December 2017  
  Where are you? LOCAL
  How did you find wiganworld?    GOOD
  Comments re the pie shop, it was on the corner of Union Street. There must be someone with walking day photographs who can find it.

  Posted by Mike M on 8th December 2017   https://siliconhell.com/quiz-wigan-dialect-can-work-heck-saying
  Where are you? Pemberton, Wigan
  How did you find wiganworld?    Google
  Comments Great site really informative.

I thought you might like this wicked quiz :-)

  Posted by johnny on 24th November 2017  
  Where are you? pemberton nr wigan
  How did you find wiganworld?    advert
  Comments i also delivered orders for tommy smailes in 1956 while at thomas more catholic school newtown now demolished good old days brings memories back mr smailes was a great man.

  Posted by alison on 17th November 2017  alifaith23@hotmail.co.uk 
  Where are you? swindon
  How did you find wiganworld?    ok
  Comments i am still trying to trace my grandfathers family his name was Alfred marsh born aprox 1895 his mum was sarah marsh I'm believe he had two sons and a daughter in later years any one with info please write he was in the navy during ww2

  Posted by Helen West on 16th November 2017  
  Where are you? Norfolk
  How did you find wiganworld?    Long ago
  Comments Great site for Wiganers & others, look at it every day.

Help required. In the course of researching my
Prescott family history I have traced my Grt Uncle, John Prescott born in 1871 in Ince. John had a son Eric born abt 1910 who married Adeline Gregory. They in turn had a son David John born April 1942.

If anyone recognises these names could they leave a message please. I have family history that I am happy to share with them. No Strings attached.

Many Thanks.

  Posted by Margaret Smith nee Kellie on 27th October 2017  
  Where are you? Born in wigan
  How did you find wiganworld?    Previous contact
  Comments I understand My Father, Harold Kellie who was a builder and also a Wiganer, knocked down some houses across from Wigan Hospital on Wigan Lane around 1960's which I think we're called The Woodlands. Can anyone tell me anything about the homes and who lived there in 1900's onwards. Any photos also helpful. Thankyou

  Posted by Martin O'Toole on 16th October 2017  mjccomms@gmail.com 
  Where are you? North Yorkshire
  How did you find wiganworld?    trying to register for ages
  Comments Hello, this is a message for lanky11 if you are still submitting messages here. I read that you lived in Cambridge St. Did you know my dad Joe Toole. my uncles were Frank and Bernard and my aunt Margaret.

  Posted by Rob on 5th October 2017  rjgaskell@outlook.com 
  Where are you? Pemberton wigan
  How did you find wiganworld?    Look regularly
  Comments If anyone played football for
the White swan in pemberton's there
is a re-union tomorrow night Friday 6th October
at norley cricket club at 7.30 p.m

  Posted by Gerry Barlow on 28th September 2017  gerry.barlow@tiscali.co.uk 
  Where are you? Colwyn Bay
  How did you find wiganworld?    Google
  Comments After my mother's death, I have come across a World War 1 memorial card for Pte William Lewis, South Wales Borderers, son of George and Kate Lewis, husband of Jane Fearnley of 19 Bridgecroft Street, Hindley, Wigan and wish to return the card to living relatives.

  Posted by Neil Aspinall on 13th September 2017  Mojo_60s@hotmail.com 
  Where are you? St Helens
  How did you find wiganworld?    Friend
  Comments Looking to get in touch with WiganWorld member Jen2312 RE: her Melling family enquiry.

  Posted by Karlie on 12th September 2017  Karlie.banville@gmail.com 
  Where are you? Bolton and British Columbia
  How did you find wiganworld?    Boyfriends uncle
  Comments Hello, I have come to Bolton/Wigan to do research on a Canadian/ British folk hero who came from Wigan. His name was Joseph "Joe" Naylor. I know he was born on August 12, 1872 in Wigan. He died 5th October 1946 in Cumberland, British Columbia, Canada. If this is your relative, then I am absolutely dying to speak with you about him. My email is Karlie.Banville@gmail.com.If you know anything, if you think you know anything, I would so appreciate you contacting me. Joe Naylor is an important part of Canadian history, and I can't let him fade into nothing. I have one photo of him that I am happy to share, if it helps. Thanks for your time.

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