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|Isabella||Report||20 Feb 2005 16:22|
Sorry we are unable to help withany of the enquiries but I can add some further info about my father-in-law.He was John Cooper.born in Methil-Fife,he worked as a miner as a young man.During W.W.2. he was a flight sergeant in the Royal Air Force.After that he trained as a chef,and to my knowledge he was a chef until his death circa 1962.He married Mary Carlin in 1926.they had a few children.The only two still alive are my husband Richard and his brother Jim.Richard and I married in 1961 and have four grown-up children and ten grand-children.