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Trying to find Sewell
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|Maureen||Report||28 Jul 2005 02:26|
I would like to make contact with any Sewell in South Africa. I believe my great Grandmother's brother went there in the late 1800's. His name was George Sewell and he married a Louisa Titheridge at Bramfontein in 1895. I have two very old photos of children who could possibly be their sons - George Leslie Sewell and William Pax Sewell. These photos were both taken by photographers in Durban