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Your comments on the site have always been greatly appreciated and I look forward to receiving these.  There are a couple of ways to make enquiries or provide comments.

1) If you simply e-mail me then I can only answer enquiries when I am available.  I am no longer including enquiries on the site itself for a number of reason, so e-mailing me limits you to only my own knowledge.


2) You can access the Guestbook by clicking on the animated image below.  This is the best place to make an enquiry, leave a comment about the site or read other people's comments or enquiries.  This provides a wider forum for your requests.  It must be east Glasgow related.




The Guestbook is a public space where the rules and conventions of our society apply.  Please note that I reserve the right to delete comments where I feel it necessary.


3) If you have an enquiry about your family history then you might consider the Guestbook.  If you wish the request placed on the site I have now also included a Family History section specifically for this.  As I am not a genealogist and it will be most unlikely that I can answer your enquiry personally.  You will be depending upon others being drawn to this web site.  Please also be aware that it must be directly relevant to east Glasgow and cannot be too long.  If you have a lot of information then provide a summary and a link for me to include to take others to your information.




NOTES: Updated for 1st July, 2010.

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