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Trying to find Bromley
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|Douglas||Report||13 Apr 2004 16:54|
I am the son of Ian Bromley who has been researching the family tree of the Bromleys in the Leicstershire/Staffordshire area. I believe this will be particurlarly relevant to Glenys Caddick. It would likely be of great help to any Bromleys tracing their families round here. The information he has is vast. Unfortunately I won't be able to afford full membership of this site for another couple of weeks(student) so if you would like to contact my father then you can but you'll need to email me through the site as I can't give out an email on here. But I will try a way round it. The email is: ashiro [underscore] bromley [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk. Hopefully you will be able to work that out. I'll do my best to get my father to get in touch with you. Good luck.