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The boys outside my 33 Dean Path tenement were David Clabby, Henry Marshall, and Edward Nolan,

1957
The boys outside my 33 Dean Path tenement were David Clabby, Henry Marshall, and Edward Nolan,

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1957 – in the background was my Granny’s House to the left her living room and to the right her bedroom, I was born in my granny’s house 33 Dean Path on 22 July 1944.

This tenement building was one of 2 that was demolished in the late 1950’s.

Left to right – David lived at Pilton ( he was a cousin of Michael Brash’s, Dean Path) Henry of Dean Path, and Edward came from Glasgow.

Dean Village Memories Added by Dean Village Memories Attributed to: Gail Featherstonhaugh

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    Todd Nicol

    My 2x great grandfather, a plasterer, lived at 33 Dean Path from 1883 through 1901. His name was Andrew Nicol (born 1846), and his wife’s name was Janet Steel. Their 2 children, Andrew Nicol (born 1868) and Jane Nicol grew up there. I can’t find any other pictures of the building at 33 Dean Path, so I appreciate this one very much (thank you for posting). If there is any more information you have, or if you have any more pictures, I’d love to see them. Thanks for your consideration.

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  2. Patrick McCole
    Patrick McCole

    Do you have any photos of your family which could compliment the family details that you have provided above (its not essential however). Your families Story however briefly would make an interesting read which I would be delighted to add to the Edinburgh Collected website. I have lots and lots of material about the Dean Village. You can email informationdigital@edinburgh.gov.uk and Edinburgh Libraries will pass the message onto me.

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    Todd Nicol

    Certainly, Patrick, I will respond to the email given above. My family lived first in Dean Village then in Stockbridge, mostly on St. Stephen Street (near the arch), but also on Saunders before the demolition (among others). Look for my email. I hope to create a scrapbook here soon.

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