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Any ideas how I can check Germany records welcome!
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|Stuart||Report||11 Jul 2013 12:01|
Looking back, Brenda mentions her father and his brothers. Her fathers birth appears to have been registered with mmn McThorns - the one found in previous posting - but there are 2 brothers in the same RD with mmn Thorns, so the interchange of names appears to happen into another generation (after Max's death). I won't chase them up!