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SUSAN O'LAUGHLIN

Started by: daghda (38)

DOES ANYONE KNOW SUSAN O'LAUGHLIN, SHE WENT TO WIGAN CONVENT BETWEEN 1969 AND 1972 AND HAS TWO SISTERS, ANNE AND SHEILA, THEY LIVED VERY CLOSE TO DICKENSON TERRACE AND SUSAN MAY HAVE MARRIED A GUY CALLED FRANK. WE USED TO DRINK IN THE MARKET HOTEL AND IN THE PARK HOTEL AND GO TO A VENUE CALLED 'THE FAG'. SUSAN HAD ANOTHER FRIEND CALLED BARBERA SPENCER. WE WERE IN TOWNLEY STREAM AT THE CONVENT. ANYONE KNOWING WHERE SHE IS PLEASE CONTACT ME. WE WERE FRIENDS AND I HAVE NOT SEEN HER FOR THIRTY YEARS OR MORE.

Started: 16th Nov 2006 at 19:16

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

Hi Daghda, I went to Convent from 1969-72 and am racking my brains to remember a Susan O'Laughlin but can't picture a face. I will check with my sister(s, the name has an Irish ring to it as has my maiden name (O'Neill) so I am sure we would know them. Good Luck. I was in Tichbourne house.

Replied: 20th Nov 2006 at 03:54

Posted by: daghda (38)

Hello Ozzielass
I remember Susan O'Neill from Tichborne, and Maria Cleary, Brenda Mercer, Olive Taylor, and lots of others I always became sort of friends with Brenda and went to her house a couple of times I think she was from Liverpool originally but had moved to somewhere near Orrell, do you remember her, are you Susan O'Neil? If you are I think I whacked your thumb when we were playing your house at hockey!!!!Did your sisters go to the convent?

Replied: 20th Nov 2006 at 19:17

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

No daghda, I am not Susan but Sheelagh O'Neill, I am 50 yo this year if that is any use to you. So I would have been in first year at the Convent about 1969. Don't recall any of the names you mentioned so they must have been before or after. I was in Tichborne House and I think it was a Sister Marion was the Headmistress or Sister Superior did they call her? I remember Mr. Taylor (music), Sister Patricia (science) Ms. Bretherton (English), Mis Gawkroger (bus/sh hand/typing) Mrs. Hutchence, or Hutchison (maths) Mrs. Barker also Maths and two sisters who were "Sisters" whose names escape me but one did Maths and one did English and they literally put the fear of God in anyone who spoke in their lessons. Oh and Ms. Rynn (RL). What a shame I don't have a single photo of any of the classes I was in or the actual building. Didn't seem important then.

Replied: 25th Nov 2006 at 05:27

Posted by: daghda (38)

Hello Barber Spencer, get in touch, so glad to have heard from you

Replied: 21st Dec 2006 at 12:29

Posted by: daghda (38)

Hello Barber Spencer, get in touch, so glad to have heard from you

Replied: 21st Dec 2006 at 12:30

 

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