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Started by: francesmary (99)

does anybody know the fishwick twins from whelley andy and stephen

Started: 9th Nov 2006 at 21:05

Posted by: francesmary (99)

was they human beings are where they animals

Replied: 10th Nov 2006 at 14:37

Posted by: mollie m (6464) 

???

Replied: 10th Nov 2006 at 15:30

Posted by: xrh59 (inactive)

????.

Replied: 10th Nov 2006 at 17:41
Last edited by xrh59: 11th Nov 2006 at 15:49:00

Posted by: swanlinnet (25)

Yes I knew Stey and Andy but knew Stey better. Even today if I see one of them in the town or in a shop I don't know which is which. Stey used to go to the hen-hole a lot and used to work on the railway. Great lads the pair of them.

Replied: 10th Nov 2006 at 19:48

Posted by: copperhead (1415) 

I don't really like the tone of this enquiry. But in good faith I will reply. I know Steve Fishwick well, we both worked on the railway for a long time. Steve is a good bloke, plenty shout but no harm. Since the death of his parents he has taken on the responsibility of his sister who is severely disabled. Good on yer Steve.

Replied: 10th Nov 2006 at 20:50

Posted by: hilaryf (10)

I know them they are good blokes ! Andy is my Dad and Stephen is my uncle ! You are right copperhead the tone of the enquiry is not nice people shouldn't be posting with bias on this site ! You are right about my uncle Stephen plenty shout no harm my son is nine and when he needs checking I take him to my Dad's or Uncle's, he listens to them but won't to his Mum. Did you work with him long copperherad ? There is a picture of him on here somewhere on the railway but I can't find it yet.

Replied: 17th Nov 2006 at 18:37

Posted by: xrh59 (inactive)

Hello hilaryf, does the person know you who is making remarks about your family the best way to deal with these people is not to reply to them,sounds a bit loopy anyway! Just don't be goaded into replying no matter what they say,they will soon get the message.

Replied: 17th Nov 2006 at 20:43

Posted by: copperhead (1415) 

Hilaryf I didn't actually work with him as such, we were in different departments. I was the N.U.R. secretary for Wigan and Steve being a good union man was a strong presence in the branch. Tell him Keith Guest says he's a top bloke, but that will cost him a pint next time I see him.

Replied: 17th Nov 2006 at 23:38

Posted by: swanlinnet (25)

Hilary your Dad and Uncle Steve are two great, genuine lads who I know were always great fun to be around. You really have no need to worry about any gossip or hearsay at least as far as Ste and Andy are concerned.
I had some great times with your Uncle Steve and so did lots of the other people who used to mate around with him. He cannot buy me a pint today, however, since I no longer drink but I could probably still drink him (Ste) under the table!!!! :)

Replied: 18th Nov 2006 at 04:48

Posted by: zoe24 (2272) 

Hilary, do u have a sister called claire? n did u live in Bottling Wood at any time?

Replied: 18th Nov 2006 at 19:22

Posted by: buzybee (2660)

I REMEMBER THE FISHWICK TWINS !!! U CUD NOT WISH FOR TWO NICER LADS !!! THEY DONT KNOW ME BUT I LIVED CLOSE BY. THINK THEY WOULD KNOW THE MONAGHANS FROM DURHAM ST. LINDA WAS MY BEST MATE. SHE HAD A SISTER MAUREEN AND BROTHERS DAVID AND BILLY ?

Replied: 21st Nov 2006 at 20:34

Posted by: hilaryf (10)

Sorry everyone have been really busy last couple of weeks.
Thanks XRH59 I am to thick skined to be wound up advice taken though.
Thanks COPPERHEAD!I will tell him! He dosn't go out alot but I know he will buy you a pint if he see's you.
Thanks SWANLINNET I know they are great blokes and I have nothing to worry about, about gossip about my Dad and Uncle. I wouldn't be the kind of person to worry about gossip anyway!
ZOE24 yes my sister is Claire and we did live in Bottling Wood! did you? I think I have an idea who you are, are you our Claire's age? is your sister Joanne? am not that good with my memory and can't remeber any Zoe's in bottling wood but think you lived near Whelley school if I'm right.

Replied: 13th Dec 2006 at 17:44

 

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