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February 2018 - new templates and updates for Great War Diary, Uncle Willie's Postcards and Shot Down, the story of Dave Brown's last flight in World War II. 

January 2018 - Robert Tannahill updated.

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1st birthday message
1st birthday message
 
  17 Oct 2018
1st birthday card
1st birthday card
 
  17 Oct 2018
R.P. Daglish, Liverpool
R.P. Daglish, Liverpool
My grandfather worked as a pawnbroker's assistant from the age of 14 in 1909 at RP Daglish at 74 Goodison Road. He had been at the Bluecoat from 1905. From 11 December 1909 he was apprenticed to Daglish. We don't know how long he worked in pawnbroking but after going to war on 1 October 1915 and surviving a gassing, he went on to other jobs.

We have a photographic postcard via my mother which shows Daglish premises at the corner of Nesfield Street. This street had corners with Everton Valley/Walton Lane and Sleepers Hill/Walton Breck Road. It shows 5 people posing outside of the shop, 2 children, 2 young men and, possibly, the manager standing in the doorway.
 
  17 Oct 2018

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born   Location   Tree   Last Modified 
I2052 
BROWN, Doreen 
b. 17 Aug 1933  W Derby, Liverpool, Lancashire, England  Brian's Family Tree 17 Oct 2018
I2049 
BROWN, David 
b. 22 Jul 1895  53, Howe Street (house), Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire, England  Brian's Family Tree 17 Oct 2018