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    Quote Originally Posted by robpage View Post
    I'm not covering any of his women from the old Ferry Tavern or the Mechanics , the one legged , squinty eyed one was the prettiest , and she had two of her own teeth , and only half the facial Warts .
    ####see you new her intimately then .....warts and all

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    John
    Just read you 2014 post. Do you remember my father, Captain J W S Taylor who was I believe Lecturer in Navigation during this period?
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    #12... Alan so sorry have just seen your unanswered post of the 20 August , I was without a computer for over 3 weeks during that period and only now have just seen. Your fathers name does sound familiar. I attended the Marine school in 1952. and the next and final time was in 1963. In between I attended Nellists Nautical School up Westgate Road in Summerhill Terrace in Newcastle. They Had another Capt. Taylor there if my memory serves me correctly , Did he lecture at both establishments ? if he was the one at Nellists and is a Taylor , he had badly burned hands from the war. Cheers JS
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    PS to former are you any relation to the Taylors who were one of the Pilotage families on the Tyne. ? as believe they were related by marriage to one of the Sabourns going back some time ago. Saw it on someones Family tree they were doing , probably one of my kids. On the same family tree contrary to what was told about being refugees from the Napoleonic wars there were Sabourns in the 17 century as keel boat men on the Tyne plus they were a well known fishing family from Cullercoats in later years. So any smart remarks about the one off a French ship washed ashore at West Hartlepool is purely not correct. I reckon that fellow was related to Cappy, who has always had a penchant for monkeys. He said so in a recent post. Cheers JS.
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