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Trying to find Flynn
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|Sharon||Report||24 Apr 2005 17:27|
JOSEPH JAMES FLYNN born Huyton Liverpool 1933 died 1958-1959 I am Joe's daughter Sharon I was born in 1957 my mother's name is Norma Conlon. I had contact with my father's family until I was about 3years old, one of my clearest memories is that I had an uncle called Terry who was about 7 years older than me, and used to play with me in my nana's garden. There were also other siblings of my fathers, their names are Teresa, Julia, and Patricia. I still have a letter which my grandmother sent to me when I was 11 years old, at that time she still lived in CALGARTH ROAD. I would dearly love to find any relatives of mine as I now have a wonderful son of my own, who would love to know if he has any (cousins)