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Trying to find Flick
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|Janet||Report||4 Jun 2003 23:37|
I am trying to find any direct descendants of my great uncle who was christened Philip Etienne Frederick Flick born 1873 in Islington area. He anglicised his name to Edward Frederick Flick probably around 1892. He married Kate O' Connell and had three children, Edward, Reginald and Kathleen . He was a tram car driver and died in 1924. Prior to that he was in the 17/21st Lancers from 1892 to 1904 fighting in the South African war, and before that he was a cook.