Apr 24 2009

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Have you a story you would like to share or a photograph of your family to include in our files? Feel free to Post a Comment here or email  your stories or photographs to cabrahistory@yahoo.com

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  1. Joon 18 Jul 2018 at 3:37 pm


    Nature can be very heartwarming
    A new mother and seven babies
    Snuggled up and yapping away
    Caregiving is the order of the day

    At first it’s quite alarming
    Seven babies cute n cuddley
    All cleaned up and so charming
    Yes all look like momma little darlings

    Mia is a huge English mastiff
    A loving caregiver and fantastic
    Her puppies arrived this week
    I’m taking over blankets and take a peek

    Mia is loving and caring
    To my daughter and family and friends
    Her eyes tell you everything
    So for her these words I pen.

    Over to you Tony G
    Our poetry pal n pen pal.
    You and all are gone quiet again.

    Hello Mary HT great t see Phyllis.
    Hello Willie n Shay n all the boys n girls who may pop in here
    From all over the world.

    Kindest regards

    Thanks Martin
    Regards to you and Mary too.

  2. Joon 18 Jul 2018 at 3:13 am

    Hello Gerry,
    I passed on your request. Are you looking for any specific
    Family, writing a book, or doing family tree ??
    Hope in due time can connect you with a former resident.

  3. Debbie Reynoldson 15 Jul 2018 at 2:26 pm

    Ive really enjoyed looking at these pages. My mum Julia Goulding was born in Cabra West 129 Dingle Road, I’ve got fabulous childhood memories from Cabra and beyond. I had the pleasure of revisiting them earlier this year. I always like to visit the church thats where my parents were married. My granny Judy worked in Batchelors (only when my grandad retired).

    Debbie X
    (Hi Debbie, thank’s for dropping by…MC)

  4. Tony Gormanon 15 Jul 2018 at 12:11 pm

    Finbars School/ The School around the corner By/ Tony Gorman

    The Bars it kept us occupied
    In learning what we know
    Some kids would bunk off when they could
    Because they didn’t want to go
    The learning process worked for some
    While others were wayward bound
    The cane was the school deterrent
    With a swish and hurting sound
    But back then in the fifties
    The schools paved the way for you
    You learned to take the knocks in life
    In all that you would do
    Now looking back we see the truth
    Of how it worked for us
    As we’re streetwise in all the things we do
    And carry on without a fuss

  5. Joon 14 Jul 2018 at 9:49 pm

    Hi Gerry,
    Might have a source for you.
    Get back to you soon

  6. Gerryon 13 Jul 2018 at 8:40 am

    I am looking for info on any ex service men’s family’s who lived in Quarry road, from 1930s
    grateful for any info

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