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Greig Burtons

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GlitterBaby Report 1 Jan 2013 16:51

There are 6 on 1911 census and later births around 1970


Reggie Report 1 Jan 2013 16:14

What is the reason for this request?

And in which country?

Have you posted another thread about this?


patchem Report 1 Jan 2013 15:52

When you say 'fairly recent' what do you mean, and where, please?
Where have you looked?
If you mean a child, what connection are you to them?:

There are about five, to assorted parents, from the 1960's onwards.


Brian Report 1 Jan 2013 15:48

I am looking for fairly recent cases of people with the middle name 'Greig' and the surname 'Burton' or anyone related to someone with this combination of names. Has anyone got any knowledge of this combination please??