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June Ann Honeybone

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Julie Report 9 Feb 2008 00:33

Hello still looking for any info on what happened to June Ann Honeybone b. 1936 to Frank Charles Honeybone and Violet Evelyn Lammiman, last known in Middlesex, had a baby named Peter born 1958 who she gave up for adoption in wimbledon.

Peter desparatly would like to know what happened to his birth mother June

if there are any honeybones out there or anyone who has any connection of honeybones of hounslow would be grateful for any help...or anyone in the area who would like to help, time is passing and if there is a chance of a reunion or just the possibility of some information before maybe it is too late. June's father Frank Charles is direct descendent of honeybones of Ascott under Wychwood and i do not need any further info on descendents past as i have traced all those

Thank you for reading.

Tiger Lil

Tiger Lil Report 9 Feb 2008 17:17


I am sorry that I cannot help with your search although I have checked records on Ancestry for June Ann but with no luck. I used to know Frank Honeybone's sister Florence when I was a child as she lived with one of my relatives and his wife in Fulham for many years. She was a very sweet lady as I remember (I was very young) and sadly she died in a fire in a hotel in Saffron Waldron in 1969.

I wish you all the best and hope you can find out some information about June,



Michael Report 9 Feb 2008 18:53

Have you tried the obvious routes? The Salvation Army claim an 85% success rate, were you one of the 15%?


Julie Report 10 Feb 2008 11:44

Thank you Mike, I will give the 'army' a look and Lynn I have emailed you.

Do desparate for any links, hope someone somewhere will have come across June or some link to her

thanks both for taking time out to respond