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|Vivian||Report||25 Mar 2004 12:16|
I'd appreciate any information about Alfred Thomas Darkin, born in St Pancras, London 10 Dec 1925. He lived with his mother, Emily, unmarried. He served in the Welsh Regiment during WW2, and moved to Birmingham in 1949 after marrying my mother, Edna. He had an uncle called Jim, 2 female cousins, Peggy and Phyllis and I believe another female relative he referred to as "Nan", possibly another cousin.