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Trying to find Taylor
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|suze55||Report||19 Feb 2004 11:25|
I am trying to find out whether my father in law, Alfred Charles Taylor is still alive and if so, where he is now. He married Veronica Traynor in late 1951 in Manchester and was working in a mill at the time of their marriage. My mother in law already had a daughter Christine who is about 3 years older than my husband Clifford was born Oct 1951 followed by Philip Edward in 1952 and David 1954. All three have not seen him since the late 1950's. Don't know year or place of birth for him but think it is probably early 1920's. He used to live in Alpine Street, near Philip's Park, Manchester.