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Trying to find Searle
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|Holly||Report||26 Jan 2003 18:34|
I am trying to find any of my lost family members of the Searle family. My Fathers parents were Albert Searle, born 1900,and Forence Victoria Jones, born 1901. They had several children, Albert, Florence, Ken, Doris, Terrence born 1936, and Elwin, who was later adopted. I know that Florence married George Seldon, and that Doris married Ronald Sargent. If anyone is related to any of these people,then they are related to me and my brothers. Please get in touch. My Dad Terry lost contact with his family after WWII, and I must have lots of cousins that I have never met. I would also like to fill in the gaps in the family tree, and see photos of the past if possible. All these Searles lived in and around the eastend of London. Dad lived in Powis Road, and attended Childrens House around the time of WWII. Many Thanks Holly