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    Dance School Over The Red House.Espresso Coffee
    I was at the dance classes 1962 Do you remember the espresso coffee house and Queens Dances Also Fenwicks cycle shop

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    I lived in Eden road grovehill from 1967-68 till 1972. We were a family of 10, i remember albert park and still go there. The park as changed alot though. Cried when we were took out of marton grove school and told we were moving.
    Best friends were Jane peirce and Janet station.
    Last year we lost our brother Brian Gunn at age 56. Great childhood memories from Eden road

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    I lived in Jarrow Road and walked past the Green Grocers on the corner of Reynolds Avenue every day on my way to Chadwell Heath Primary School. I can remember buying sweets at Beestons.
    During the war there was a traffic accident in the High Street. A car mounted the pavement and hit my mother and me in a pram. We were both pushed through the front window of Nicols the Tailer. (I think that was the name).
    I can remember Paul Garka,, David Lawrence and Tony Cansel.
    All seems a long time ago now, and I had forgotten all these details until I found this Web Page

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    I am currently researching Poplar as I’m looking for information about the Old Poplar Police Station and came across this website – by looking up your surname on the 1911 UK Census I found the following :-
    Living at 69 Upper North Street Poplar
    George Henry Mager 47 born Germany
    Lydia Mager 41 born Hackney London
    George Alfred Mager 17 born Holloway London
    Conrad Mager 15 born Holloway London
    Alfred Henry Andreas Mager 14 Born Plaistow London Junior clerk
    William George Mager 12 born Poplar London Assistant in a Chemist
    Margaret Winifred maker 10 born Poplar London at School
    Percival John Mager 8 born Poplar London at School
    Evelyn Lucy Mager newborn 10 weeks old born Poplar London
    They were married 18yrs had 9 children only 7 living 2 died family all running the Bakery except for the younger children

    Hopefully this will help you start tracing your family tree

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