Paul McCartney's home in Liverpool is on Forthlin Road. It was here, in the Allerton Suburb, that the future Beatle and his family moved in 1955. early on in his stay here his mother, Mary died on an embolism in 1956. Shortly after, in 1957, Paul met John Lennon and joined his group The Quarrymen. By 1960, with the addition of George Harrison and Stu Sutcliffe the band had become the Beatles. It was in this home that Paul McCartney and John Lennon worked on some of their earliest songs together, which has cause this home to be referred to as the birthplace of the Beatles. The home is now preserved by The National Trust.