- January 2001
[28 JAN 01] LOOKING
FOR IAN GAULT
Hello there from Mesquite Nevada
I am searching for an old friend
- Ian Gault from Coventry. He attended Frederick Birds School in
the 50s, about 55-59.
Anyone know Ian's whereabouts do
drop me a line, or pass my message on to him. Thanks.
Margo Young < firstname.lastname@example.org
[27 JAN 01] THE
TIGER MOTH PUB
Hi, I'm an old Binley boy and
would like the email address or web page address of the Tiger
Moth pub if you can get it, thank you.
Robert O'Brien < email@example.com
Can anyone help with this?]
[26 JAN 01] LOOKING
FOR THE GREGORYS
My wife and I would like to find
a person who grew up in Coventry. She now lives somewhere in
Bristol but at last reports her parents were still living in
Her parents' names are Terence
and Audrey Gregory - they have lived in Coventry for many years
and we are hoping that somebody knows them or their daughter's
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
if you can help - we have tried most avenues of searching from
here in Western Australia, to no avail.
Hope you can help.
Roddy Watson < email@example.com
[25 JAN 01] LOOKING
FOR THE WEST FAMILY
Please can you help. I am looking
for anyone who can put me in contact with the West family once
at Deedmore Road, Coventry. Their names: George R, Alexandra E
(probably known as Elizabeth), their children Jean Elizabeth
born 1939, Herbert G R (born ?) and Margaret R born 1941.
I have been searching for years
and had no joy. I have just stumbled across this site and
wondered if anyone could shed some light as to where they are
Many thanks for the provision of
Joan Allan 01454 615031
[25 JAN 01] PRIDMORE
/ PRESIDENT KENNEDY
I went to Parkgate
primary school, Coventry (1964-68) and then on to President
Kennedy secondary (1968-73).
I left Coventry in 1981 and now
live in Pennsylvania, USA.
I often get to the UK but on the
last couple of trips did not find anyone. Is there a network?
Ex-Crosly House. I recall some teachers' names: Mrs Webb, Saxby,
Tricket, Margolis, Bannister, Crosly... If this dates you...
Jan Vyas < firstname.lastname@example.org
[22 JAN 01] A
COVENTRY KID'S STORY
I'm a Coventry Kid born 1936 -
and I've put my story on the web:
I've got my family tree on the as
I would be happy to hear from
anyone who knows me.
Jo Vernon < email@example.com
[19 JAN 01] WOODLANDS
I went to Woodlands
secondary school in Coventry (1972-79). I played rugby for
the 1st XV and my house captain was named McLachlan.
I left Coventry in 1984 and now
live in Perth, Scotland.
It would be great to hear from
anyone who remembers me.
Neil Timms < firstname.lastname@example.org
[17 JAN 01] FREDERICK
BIRD / SIDNEY STRINGER
I went to Frederick
Bird primary school in Coventry. I left there in 1977 and
then went on to Sidney
Stringer secondary until 1983.
I now live in Leicestershire.
The people I am looking for are
varied, Grace Williams, Pat Henery, Ruth Savage, Jennette
Nicholls, Kevin Lomas, Joannie Biddle, Frankie Williams and
whoever else was from my house (BLUE) or year.
Sophia Kara < email@example.com
[17 JAN 01] CHARTER
AVENUE PUBLIC SCHOOL
I think the name of the school I
attended in the early fifties in Canley was Charter Avenue
My maiden name was Villiers, my
first name was Elizabeth but I went by Betty. I am particularly
looking for an old friend Judith Faulkner (maiden name). I would
appreciate any information.
Betty Villiers < firstname.lastname@example.org
[10 JAN 01] VICTOR
COVENTRY FLAT TWIN GAS ENGINE
I own a small Victor Flat Twin
Gas Engine and would like to obtain technical imformation on it.
I'm aware that the manufacturing
company does not exist anymore, but does anyone know anything
Armin Camenisch < email@example.com
[07 JAN 01] THANKS
FOR THE MEMORIES
As a Coventry kid living here in
the mountains of up-state New York I can't tell you how nice it
is to see a view of the city.
I wasn't born in Coventry but I
grew up there and I remember it being a beautiful city and I
have the most wonderful memories from childhood there.
I usually make a trip home every
other year and like most Coventry people I didn't like the
changes too much. There's a lot that should never have been
changed but the redevelopment of the lower precinct is long over
due - that was badly planned from the start and hopefully what
the developers have in mind fits in well with what the city
already has to offer.
There was what looked like a hot
dog stand in the precinct where there used to be a small part of
a red bricked building, which I take was part of a bomb ruin.
This small wall was incorporated into a showcase and I was very
disappointed to see that it had been removed and as I said,
there's now a hot dog stand there, and an ugly one.
It's things like that small part
of a bomb ruin that should have been preserved to let us know
where we were and where we now are. It was a piece of Coventry's
history,and a very important piece.
I still can't believe someone in
their wisdom would have it removed, such a shame. It was I
thought an important reminder.
Coventry is still a beautiful
city, and it's still home.
0wen McAteer <
Greenville NY USA