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Trying to find Thorne
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|Neil||Report||14 May 2003 08:17|
I am Neil Thorne, son of David Thorne and Elizabeth Thorne (nee Quayle). David Thorne. David Thorne was born in Dawlish with 8 brothers and 4 sisters. They are a very large family in Dawlish. They are the sons and daughters of William Thorne (1890~1950 approx) and Elsie Thorne (1900 - 1990 approx). If any of these people are in your tree please get in touch.