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Plaistow Libra Rd E 13  

Who rembers Libra Rd E 13 50s and 60s

Post reply -->London Plaistow Trev 18 Oct
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Plaistow Libra road  

We lived in an upstairs flat at 52 libra road. The couple downstairs had a little girl called Brenda. My Nan lived in Beale street and when she died we moved into her house, that would have been about 1952ish

Post reply -->London Plaistow Jean jones 11 Mar
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Plaistow meories of e13  

all these lovely posts there are s any meories of beale st and surrounding areas on th facebook group Meories of E13 lots of pictures to pease join

Post reply -->London Plaistow debra williams 15 Jan
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Plaistow E13 Avenons road  

Hi there i am a lady on my own thinking of buying a property in Avenons road, i wanted to do some research on the area in terms of safety and crime, are there many burglaries? what are the people like, is there many green spaces ie, parks and canal? is there a community? we noticed some foot prints on walls etc where it would seem people have been climbing into properties which scared me a little, would love some recent feedback from people in the area, currently renting in Victoria park east london so have been spoilt with the park people and canal, just ridiculously expensive and would like a new start. Plaistow was my first choice. Thankyou so much in advance.

Post reply -->London Plaistow selina 25 Jan
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Plaistow Come And Support The Newest Team In The Ryman North League  

Come and support Barkingside Fc next season

Barkingside Fc finished runners up in the Essex Senior League and won the Essex Senior League league cup.

The team play there homes games at

The Oakside Stadium,
Station Road
Barkingside
Essex
IG6 1NB

literally behind Barkingside tube station

The Club are always looking for new supporters and sponsors.


Post reply -->London Plaistow damo 7 Jun
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Plaistow William King died c1748 plaistow  

researching the family of
William king wed ?Ann I think William could be buried in westham church as well..probate says late of Plaistow

His children all born around 1700 + or- 10 years
Thomas King merchant of London and later of westham buried westham church wed Ann Watts
Mary King wed Martin Heywood in 1732
Sarah wed ? watts
contact  Mail-me 

Post reply -->London Plaistow 27 Mar
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Plaistow LILLEY family  

Anyone know of the LILLEY family, living in the area back in the 50s/60s. I am researching my husband's family tree and have very little information to go on. Any details would be of interest.

Post reply -->London Plaistow Linda 1 Mar
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Plaistow  

Does anyone remember dr Gilbert who's surgery was on beckton road in the late 1960/70s

Post reply -->London Plaistow Chris 2 Nov
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Plaistow Dr Gilbert  

I remember him, as just struggling to remember his name today. He was my Grandparents, fathers, and for a while my Doctor, operating out of his surgery on the beckton Road, although cannot remember the number of the house. His initials were I think A W (or W).

Post reply -->London Plaistow Bill Read 5 Dec
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Plaistow Dr. Gilbert  

a really lovely man. His name was Arthur W. Gilbert. the surgery was at 345 beckton road. tel. 476 3434.  Mail-me 

Post reply -->London Plaistow 26 Jan
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Plaistow  

ANN SUMMERS PARTYs

Ann Summers Parties are fun free and for girls only.
Its a fun girlie night in.

So invite all ur girl mates round, someone from annsummers will come with lastest underwear, nightwear and toys.
We will play fun games with the chance to win prizes from annsummers.
And the hostest will recieve a FREE gift and 10% on any item. nat 07779301012

Post reply -->London Plaistow Natalia 24 Jul
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Plaistow JANGO  

dose any one know what happend to him.was a bit of a hard case,ex boxer

Post reply -->London Plaistow mark 22 Mar
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Plaistow Taxi service from Heathrow  

I need to book a taxi from Heathrow to Plaistow. Can anyone recommend a taxi/van service that they have used and found to be reliable?

Post reply -->London Plaistow 3 Feb
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Plaistow BEALE ST  

Is there anbody around who used to live in Beale St way back in the 1950s, my family the Danns used to live at number three.
The good old days when Peggy and her husband used to run the pie and mash restaurant on Statford Rd, when the pub on the railway end corner was a busy place.  Mail-me 


Post reply -->London Plaistow June Dann 18 Jul
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Plaistow  

hi my mum and dad lived at number 15 harry and doreen use 2 av horse and cart my nan lived at number 16 daisey read and our last name is  Mail-me 

Post reply -->London Plaistow lou 2 Sep
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Post reply -->London Plaistow lou 26 Aug
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Plaistow y Grandparents used to live there.  

My Grandparents - Arthur and Lillian Anthony lived at I think it was maybe #22 Beale Street in the '50s, up until they were moved into those awful Tower Hamlets flats Beal Street and the surrounding area was to be flattened for "development". Prior to that they had lived in Stratford, however their house there was bombed in WW II after which they eventually moved to Beale Street. I also stayed at #22 Beale Street at an early age in 1955-56 (1-2yers old) and we would often visit my Grandparents there during the '60s. After a few months in Tower Hamlets my Grandparents moved to Westcliff On Sea and have since peacefully passed away there. Wonderful people. I seem to recall Arthur mentioning the Pie and Mash restaurant and I have a feeling we may have even gone their ourselves in my younger years on a visit. He'd visit the pub on the corner occasionally with his work pals and we went along once or twice. Fond memories!

Post reply -->London Plaistow janjansen008@gmail.com 25 Apr
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Plaistow  

I was born and spent the first 21 years of my life in the next street(Libra Road). My Nan lived in Beale Street right up until she died and a son and daughter lived there with her until the streets were demolished to make way for new housing i the early 1970s. I think she lived at 18 but can ask the uncle and aunt who lived with her if they have any memories. I well remember the pie mash shop and the marble tables and wooden benches. Pie mash doesn't taste as good now as it did from  Mail-me 

Post reply -->London Plaistow Lyn Sivyer(was Marilyn Cox) 24 May
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Plaistow  

Pat Bingley & Chipper Pile,lived in Beale St

Post reply -->London Plaistow 14 Aug
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Plaistow  

Hello my name is jenny and my mum and dad (Peggy and don) lived at no 1 next door to mr and Mrs dann and their boxer dog tiny, unfortunately that's all I can remember but my dad is still alive and I am sure he will remember them better than I. Will leave my email address if you want to contact me.

Post reply -->London Plaistow Jenniferpalfrey2@hotmail.com 23 Nov
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Plaistow  

Pat and Chipper we lived next door No 5

Post reply -->London Plaistow 13 Jan
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Plaistow  

Hello June, we, Pat and me Chipper lived next door to you in Beale St, what did Peggy fill those pies during the war ?

Post reply -->London Plaistow Chipper 26 Aug
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Plaistow  

Hello June, we, Pat and me Chipper lived next door to you in Beale St, what did Peggy fill those pies during the war ?

Post reply -->London Plaistow Chipper 26 Aug
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Plaistow  

Hello June, we, Pat and me Chipper lived next door to you in Beale St, what did Peggy fill those pies during the war ?

Post reply -->London Plaistow Chipper 26 Aug
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Plaistow June dann  

I used to live at 19 Beale street, I was then jean Andrews. I moved away in 1965 when I got married. Am I right in thinking there was a Kay Dann? I also had my Nan and Grandad living at number 12, an aunt and uncle at no 10 and 2 cousins, one at number 5 and the other at 17

Post reply -->London Plaistow 13 Mar
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Plaistow June dann  

I used to live at 19 Beale street, I was then jean Andrews. I moved away in 1965 when I got married. Am I right in thinking there was a Kay Dann? I also had my Nan and Grandad living at number 12, an aunt and uncle at no 10 and 2 cousins, one at number 5 and the other at 17

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Plaistow  

You might remember us , the Pile's and the Bingley's

Post reply -->London Plaistow 30 Oct
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Plaistow Hello Yes  



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Plaistow Does anyone remember the pub on Milton St on the corner of Beale St  



My great grandfather Harry Slater used to run the Milton Arms on Milton St and there is a photo if you google Milton arms, Milton St of him in around 1914. I am keen to find out more  Mail-me  and whether there are any more recent photos and whether the pub name changed before it was demolished?








Post reply -->London Plaistow Garth Long 20 Nov
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Plaistow Roma Plaistow Rovers  

Hi Chipper used to play for you in the Late 50s 60s with the Clarks and Binglys

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