photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
Trevor Edwards | all galleries >> Sheppey Pictures and Postcards >> Memories of Bluetown > T-Scan-211.jpg
previous | next


other sizes: small medium original
Trevor Edwards08-May-2010 09:45
Debs, I will try and tidy this section up, time permitting. ;)
debs 08-May-2010 00:34
message for gordon aspey below;
florence e.v.aspey was born sheerness 1915, mothers maiden name was Gilbey,
it might help you
the 1881 cencus has several edward bolton's born c.1865 in kent that could be your dad
debs 07-May-2010 23:44
this one and quite a few other pictures in the bluetown section are sheerness shops trev, featherstones was top of alma road in marine parade known as pearl house
Trevor Edwards20-Oct-2008 18:42
Most of my Bluetown pictures are on the site Lee. You don't mention what pictures you're after?
Guest 19-Oct-2008 18:01
Hi Trevor
Got to say what a nice website you've created here, Some realy nice old pictures.
On the subject of pictures Trevor, I live in the old Courthouse in Bluetown and am trying to get some old photos of Bluetown and the surrounding area,
Would it be possible for you to email me some pictures Trevor it would be greatly appriciated.
L Keohane,
gordon aspey 22-May-2005 17:53
I was amazed to see your web site and it really took me back in time.I was born in the workhouse at Minster at Christmas 1933 would you believe.My father was 68 years old Edward Bolton lived in Hope street retired dockyard worker.Apparently he hung himself for fear of going to prison for my mother Florence Aspey was only 17 and she worked for him in his shop selling broken biscuits and other tack.He had a go one evening and she became pregnant and her mother threatened to report him for rape if he didn't sign a document committing him to financial support etc.If there is anyone out there who knows these people or the period especially Edward Bolton (a picture would be nice)I am trying to fill in a few gaps.I briefly worked for Vic Sandford as an apprentice signwriter in Sheerness high st when I left the Foundling Hospital aged 15 but was unaware of my parentage and background.I do remember Blue town and spelling the word dinners with three "N"s in a cafe down there.The owner who did not notice it refused Vic Sandford the opportunity to put it right because it brought in extra business.There is more to tell but hope this might get some memories going.gordon
Type your message and click Add Comment
It is best to login or register first but you may post as a guest.
Enter an optional name and contact email address. Name
Name Email
help private comment