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|Helen||Report||20 Feb 2005 14:45|
Hi my name is Helen and I am trying to find information on Thomas Walbancke Grahame. He was born Thomas Walbancke on 20th July 1866 in Newington, London. The son of Catherine Walbancke. His mother was never married but used the surname Graham all her life. She Died in Brighton in 1914. Her sister E. Walbancke was the witness to the death. I do think that there might have been a connection with Sir Gerald Graham. He was a distinguished soldier and was one of the first given the Victoria Cross for his actions in 1854. His connection is a story at the moment and it would be nice to prove once and for all. Can anyone help please. Thank you