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Trying to find Lodge
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|Kristin||Report||1 Nov 2003 18:31|
CLIFF LODGE. I haven't got much info to go on and am v new to this time-sapping-but-endlessly-fascinating 'hobby'. I don't know DOB or even year of birth but poss 1915, give or take a few years. May have been born in Leeds, certainly lived there in mid-ish 1950s. Lived in Lincoln late 50s to at least 1966. Had two sons, John and James Lodge who were prob born 1944-ish (not twins) but don't know where. He may have worked for Royal Liver Insurance company and was keen on bowling (crown green). The boys apparently loved their little half-sister and used to fight over who could take her for a walk in the pram - or maybe that's twaddle to make me feel better about being an only child! Yes, I was that fought-over infant ! I would dearly love to trace these people and ANY help or advice would be v welcome.