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Any historic account of a town could never be considered complete without involving the memories of those who lived there. In these pages I hope you will enjoy the memories and anecdotes kindly shared with us by visitors to this website, to whom I am immensely grateful.


If you have any memories or tales of old Coventry that you would like to see published here, please feel free to contact me, and very soon you can have a webpage here of your own!
The Art School, Ford Street, remembered by Liz Bayly
Schoolday memories of Pauline Bearcock
Little Park Street & Spon Street, by Mick Billings
Voyage on the Queen Mary with Cecilia Cargill
Schoolboy fun around town with Patrick Casey
Dunlop Rugby Union Club, by Lorraine Clarke
The Life of Riley, by Ron Critchlow
Pre-war memories of Norman Cohen
Wartime memories of Wyken, by Alan Edgson
War and Workplace memories of Mike Fitzpatrick
1940s & 50s remembered, by Ken Giles
World War Two memories of James Hill
A selection of 1940s and 50s memories, by Rod Joyce
Pictures of a Coventry ancestry, by Lesleigh Kardolus
Innocence, by John Lane
A plane crash over Exhall, by John Lane
Growing up in Willenhall, by Josie Lisowski-Love
Post-War memories of Keith Longmore
The thoughts of a younger Coventrian, by Paul Martin
Growing up in Hillfields, by Jan Mayo
Winter before central-heating in Hillfields, by Jan Mayo
Viewing the Blitz from Birmingham, by Mavis Monk
Family memories of Eric Over
Early working days of Barry Page
Band life with Derick Parsons
Experiences of the Coventry Blitz, by Joan Powell
War-time memories of Brian Richards
War-time memories of Jeanne Richards
Coventry Remembered, by Andrew Ross
The Coventry outings of Brian Rowstron & family
Time Gentlemen Please! - Jo Shepherd's Family
The life experiences of Mike Spellacy
Humber Works photographs of Peter Thacker
Early Coventry memories of Lizzie Tomlinson
Post-war decades remembered, by Mike Tyzack
Fireman Frank Walduck, remembered by Peter Walduck
Early memories of Coventry, by Muriel Wells
Family memories of Burt West

www.coventrymemories.co.uk Another website that you might like to visit is www.coventrymemories.co.uk, which is a wonderful resource, and another place where you can share your reminiscences of Coventry with the world.

 
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