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Bernard Crehan 1915-1919
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|Jonesey||Report||29 Nov 2012 10:20|
Well done Agnes. It is nice to hear of a satisfactory conclusion.
|Treemadnancy||Report||29 Nov 2012 11:51|
Yes!! I have given myself a few pats on the back, it was just an amazing feeling to be able to get two sisters aged 74 and 64 reunited after all this time...One of them didnt even know she had a sister, the other only found out after the death of her mother in 1984, but was too afraid to look for her sister in case she was rejected and blamed for her mother leaving the family home in 1948...Brought a tear to ma' eye..I felt like Cilla Black in "Surprise! Surprise" lol <3 <3 <3 <3 <3