helo, I'm asking for someone I know who was born at St Luke's Guildford but mum and bub resided at the Guildford Moral Welfare Girls’ Home . The year was 1959. Does anyone have any records form that year or photos? Mum's name was Pat Love nee Bartlett. Thank you for your time.
Hi I was in 42 Windsor Rd Stockton-on-Tees 1961/62 miss mckinnly
And miss Green. Looked after us.i remember
Olwin jones. Her brother ivoror ..cannot remember any other kids.freddy archer was in the home next to me and olwin. Be interested to hear of anyone from then. I.amJackie Corner. From Newcastle..jackiecorner1@gmail.com
I'm looking for information on a Children's Home called Redwood in Kent, possibly Canterbury. My brother spent some time there in about 1979/1980. Can't find any trace of it online. Does anyone remember it?
I am trying to find information about a little girl called Sylvia Boffin or Jones who was in Eagles Nest Nursery, Hampstead at the beginning of the war. It was one of Anna Freud's War time Nurseries. Were babies adopted from this nursery?
Trying to locate a children's home in late 1950's early 60's that would have housed children who Attended St Lawrence primary school in Hurstpierpoint. Thank you.
I worked at.85 Mattock Lane in the 1970s. It was a Childrens Home for younger Children .
I worked at St Marys Nursery in Cold Ash. Nr Thatcham.

I worked at Holy Child Nursery. Waldern Road. Chilsehurst . Kent in the 1970s

I worked at Barretts Green Nursery. In Harlesden. in the 1970s as well
hi Angela, there was a home in mcr that possibly could be where your sister was, it was called BURFORD whalley range+ they did mother+ babies.
I was in Sandon Lodge children's home in Grantham for almost 8 years, I have nothing but praise for all the staff that looked after me and all the other lost souls. Sandon Lodge was a big part of my life, and I would love to get into contact with anyone who was their in or around the 1980's When I was their I went by the name Shawn Taylor - but am now Shawn Harrison, I went to St Hughes School.
I was in Sandon Lodge children's home for almost 7 years in Grantham Lincolnshire, this was a major part of my life and will always be eternally grateful for all the love and support I received whilst there. I am looking for anyone who was at Sandon Lodge around the 1980's. My name at the time was Shawn Taylor but later was changed to Shawn Harrison. Please feel frr to email me should you wish to reach out...
My two sisters and I were at a children’s home called Roxburgh House in Stroud Gloucestershire from September 1950.
The Home has since been pulled down and I believe a Sports Hall is now on the site.
I remember a Nurse Danby, a small woman who wore a surgical boot for her limp.
Can anyone else remember Roxburgh House I wonder?

Hi I was born in 1962, in Elmswood, North Mossley Hill Road, Liverpool. My birth mother was from Clitheroe, my father who I don't know is from a travelling fairground who is Irish....I am the eldest of 6, but was the only one adopted, I met my birth mother 20 years ago but would only tell me what she wanted me to know... I am now trying to trace my siblings ..Cherie, James, Thomas and Paul.. Diane who is my youngest I have met her and we are in touch...… any info gilliehall380@googlemail.com
I live at Grange Cottage at the foot of Uphill Grange, I’m looking for any archive photos or information about the children’s home ?
I was at the Mount Hermon children's home from about 1946 to 1951, but then it was 34 Ashburnham Road, at the time my name was Colin Jessop, I remember Miss Hannah the Matron and her Dog Paddy, who went for your ankles if you were naughty, then there was Miss Sparrow the cook, I still remember some of other children, even after all these years.
Hi Larry, your name does ring a vague bell. It would be great to chat about aunty Laura and uncle Ted. Yeah, I remember a lad called James Tomes as well. please do get in touch if you like.
I was there at the children's home for many years, from 7 years old to 9 ... I went back and forth from there. I'm deaf so mperhaps you know me? I remember the spiral stairs ... message me if you remember me. helen@brand-jam.com. :-)
My father and his two sisters were sent to separate orphanages around 1917 in the Darlington area which I believe were either Church of England or possibly Quaker - he could quote huge chunks of the Bible that he learnt while there. Does anyone know of orphanages in that area or advice on how I can find where they were sent. I'm hoping for some insight when the 1921 census is released. Thanks.
Email: jo.mcgovern@gmail.com
I'm looking for friends and one in particular Henry Wilcomis excuse the surname as it was relayed by someone who doesn't speak Polish neither do I only the Christmas Carol he taught me to sing in Polish. We were in Bledlow Children's home Buckinghamshire in the late 50's early 60'sI know his father lived in Slough
you can contact me by email at tony7holbr@yahoo.co.uk
Hi, I'm trying to find the Children's Home in Crosby, Southport, Lancashire where my father and his brother lived for a time in the mid 1920's. I'm thinking that it was Nazareth, but there may have been somewhere else.
Any information about how I could check the records would be much appreciated.
Many thanks
Hi all I was in dr barnardos in Shipley Westyorkshire in 80s anyone else
My grandfather was orphaned on the ship from Spain. He and his brothers and sisters were placed in an Catholic orphanage in Pensacola, florida He was born in Spain in 1853. His parents died on the ship coming to USA. He and several siblings were placed in Orphanage in Pensacola.
His name was James T. Roberts, brother was J. C. Roberts.reidd229@gmail.com
Hi, My father was in a children's home from 1925 to 1934, I remember him saying it was near either Hornby or Wray in Lancashire but cant find any homes in that area, the nearest being in Lancaster, does anyone know of any in that area? Thank you
I was in rose cottage children’s home bulwell 1950 there were six cottages next to Highbury hospital bulwell any one else there at that time I remember Yvonne Holmes
I’m trying to find out why I was put in a children’s home and to find my mother and father their names are krischand Saharan and Margaret Saharan Maiden name Wade I have one Brother called Christian
I'm searching for information on summerlands exeter council reception home in the 1950s, my mother who passed away suddenly spent a few years there
My brother and I were taken to a children's home in Sevenoaks, Croydon when I was about 10 or 11.
I can't remember the name of the place but I do remember they had cottages all with names of trees. My brother was taken to Ash cottage while I was taken to Beech cottage, Beech cottage was run by 2 ladies ,twins called the Miss Carrols. This was way back in the late 50s.
We went to an outside school on the bus and I joined the brownies while I was there.
Just curious whether anyone else on here ever went there or knows the name of the home.
Please contact me through my Facebook page if u have any info. Tks.
hi it might be a long shot but im trying to locate my nans 2 sisters that might have been put into care somewhere in the staffordshire area
they went into care round about 1927 there names would be elsie thacker,garbett or turner she would have been around the age of 4-5 her sister ann thacker, garbett or tuner was put into care at the same time
if anyone could help that would great
I was at Whitewell children's home in the early 80s anyone else,?
Trying to find Tracy Traynor, she was a friend of my sisters Debbie coward back in the 80s, can remember going to sterrix lane children’s home. Would love to have a catch up
I'm looking for Kevin Forne. I was in Athol House from 1978-80. Would love to know how he's getting on. He had an older brother called Steven.
Hi wondered if anyone knew of an orphanage called Park Lee in Blackburn, in the 1930s ?
I'm looking for anyone that was in Wallis cottage Hornchurch homes 1965 I left 1970 my sister Audrey was also with me. If you can help me piece this together
Hi I was at Milton House in Bournemouth in 1989 with my sister Toni. Anyone else there at that time?
Hi all I am trying to get in touch with anyone who was in either Fountains Rainham Essex 1972 to 73 or anyone who was in Tennyson Lodge Harold Hill 1973 to 75.
Would love to know how you all are
Hi just seen a message from Michael Webb regarding Tennyson Lodge I was there with you mate
Signed on 11th January, 2020 by Anthony Davies

Hi Anthony, was it The George Mueller Home in Uphill? It was known by two names, The Grange and Wright House, as the home was split in two. I was there from 73 to 83. It is now a residential care home called Uphill Grange..
Hi I was in Nazareth House in Jesmond Newcastle upon Tyne between 1964 and 1970. Like many other children I was under the care of a nun called Sister Agnes. The only other child's name I can remember was David Williams or Williamson. Just wondering if there are any others that were there during the same time as I was?
Responding to comment from Yvonne Dawkins below, this would have been Wormley Hill House, Wormley, Broxbourne
I was in a childrens home in Hastings mid 1950's. I just remember a big double fronted house up a hill. Does it ring any bells with anyone? They took me to a barbers & had my long plaits cut off l remember being upset at my short hair. The school l went to was a walking distance (as everything was in 1950's) but l recall old red brick. Can anyone give a a clue as to where l was? Trying to lay my unhappy childhood to rest! X
Signed on 24th July, 2017 by Yvonne Dawkins
I lived at Fairlawn children’s home Allestree Derby from 69/73 . Anybody got any photographs of the house or indeed lived there and remember any staff that worked there
My name is Colin walker born in 1958 in Birmingham. I,M second youngest out of 5 only 3 of us were mixed race and 2 of English . My first time in a home was erdington cottage homes in 1959 my mother was single she did everything to bring us all up polite and caring . Although the state treated her like a leper . After having me she became really ill and us 4 children were removed from our home in b t b at the top of Irving street. We were taken to erdington cottage home. This was my first visit and I was only six months old so I do not remember a lot of this visit. But throughout the next 12 years I had 6 visits to erdington cottage aswell as below

Erdington cottage homes.
Panel ash orphanage.
The Hollies Smethwick
Foster care families a few .

This has not made me bitter as my moms biggest problems were her parents . They were of Irish descent and they told her if she kept her brown children she is dismissed from there family. They never seen there 3 brown skinned children . But my aunts would collect my white brother and sister and take them to see there grandparent occasionally. They refused to help my mom between 1954 until there death in 1981. I have lost contact with my white sister and brother since 2014 as they started to act similar to there grandparents. My brown skinned brother and sister have both passed away . My daughter has grown up in a totally loved and different environment to mine in the 1950s and 60s.
Was there an orphanage in Rhyl in 1943
“Does anyone know of a convalescent home in Walton on Thames back in the 1950's? I stayed at one but can find nothing about it.
Signed on 9th July, 2016 by Bob Jope”

This was the Belgrave Recovery Home in West Grove, Hersham (Walton on Thames), affiliated to the Belgrave Children’s Hospital in London.
I am looking for any information or knowledge of my grandma and a few of her siblings growing up in a catholic convent run by nuns. She was born 1935. Her mother passed in 1940 of TB and her father already passed in 1939. I heard they were sent to a scatter home in Formby area? Someone in the family said Freshfields? Her brother was separated from them with boys. My grandma and her 3 sisters stayed together for some time in the convent until some of them were old enough to leave, finally when My grandma was 16 when she left. We found records for her brother from Father Hudson's.
One story my grandma told me was : on Christmas morning the girls and boys all lined up across from each other with a Christmas tree in the middle and each girl one by one would go get a doll or something and the boys would go get a ball and they were allowed to play with it but had to put it back after for the children next year. She remembers learning and becoming fluent in saying the prayer in Latin. Someone said maybe St Joseph's? I was told they were in the Southport and Liverpool area, but then another family recalls moving to a home in Preston?
Anything helps?
Homes in around that area from 1940-1950?
How do we find records or photos or admissions into these homes?
Does anyone around that time recall a Priscilla (Phyliss) Young or Kathleen Young or Alice/Elizabeth Young.
You can email me at kyla.civi@gmail.com or reply here!
Looking for ANY information regarding the United Services Fund Children's Home, 83 Park Side, Wimbledon Common. My father and his sister were there around 1925.
Please contact jrw44044@gmail.com
I’m looking for details and pictures of a children’s home in Westcliff on sea essex. I was there as a new born in 1969. It could be called town house but not sure?
Any information would be appreciated.
Looking for a childrens home/ orphanage in Bristol?
I was born 1968, adopted in 1969 age 6 months, mother or father possibly eastern european.. no idea!
I lived in trowbridge house around 1972 73 anyone who lived there find me on facebook
My sisters and I are looking for the home we were in. We were there in 1968- 1969. The home we think was called St Winifreds House. We have no idea where it was. I do remember it being a girls and boys home, and in the sleeping dormatory there was a big murial of Cinderella getting out of her coach. Please can anyone help us. Thank you
Hi, my name was Michael Webb for part of the time I was in care because it was my foster parents name. I'm looking for anyone who was in any of the following care homes that I was in between about 1970 and 1978
Tennyson Lodge - Harold Hill Essex

St Domonics - Godalming Surrey
Redhill assessment center - Redhill Surrey
Walden Way (Cheviots) - 3 Walden Way Hornchurch Essex
Hargrave House - Cambridge Rd Stanstead Mountfitchet Essex
Chafford School - Ramsay nr Dovercourt
This is in response to Dermot Pearson (McCormack). I remember you and Paddy (Patrick), your older brother. My name is Mark Austin (Nicholas) and I was at the Children's Home at 97 Woodcock Hill in the late 1970s. My best friend there was Owen Tulloch, and we were inseparable. I was adopted by an American family, and we moved to the United States in 1980. Hopefully you see this comment. If you remember who I am, I can be reached at this email address: tonyaustin812@yahoo.com