TWO weeks after first appealing for the whereabouts of George Harrison's elder brother, Harry, we are still hearing plenty of anecdotes from those who recall the family when they lived in the town.
Harry worked at Calor Gas and then for the Mobil Oil company in North Road as a diesel fitter.
Together with wife Irene and two children, Janet and Paul, he moved from Charter Crescent, Whitby to Green Lane, Great Sutton.
During the late 60s the family moved to Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire to be near brother George.
One of the more interesting yarns comes from Val Ferguson, former headmaster of Sutton Green School in 1970.
He remembers Harry's son, Paul, arriving at school wearing a bearskin coat - a present from Uncle George.
Val, who now lives in North Wales, said: 'I also had a copy of the George Harrison single My Sweet Lord and young Paul offered to get it signed by the band. Ironically, I declined the offer!
'And one of the teachers received a letter from George. It was thrown in the bin but no-one realised how famous the Beatles were going to be.'
Val went on to say that Irene worked in a shoe shop called Victor Smiths.
Another reader told us of the time he used to go drinking with Harry at the Shell Club in Chester Road and of visits by George and his then-wife Patti Boyd to Harry and Irene's house in Green Lane.
He also recalled the trouble a hippy-looking George had starting his Mercedes.
* If you have any idea where Harry Harrison is now, ring (0151) 356 2428.