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Have you any Storks in your tree?
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|Mystified||Report||30 Dec 2003 07:41|
I am not sure where to post this, but I have been contacted from someone on another site who happened to notice I was researching the Stork family. They have come across some photos of a Stork family, in Sheffield with a connection to London,and wondered if they were mine. This does not appear to be the case. I have looked on the names list and no one seems to fit the little knowledge we have of them. I am posting this in the hope someone may know of them. I wish they were mine and it seems a pity to waste them. I think the person would not want any cash for them except postage. Can we reunite them? John Worldzone.net/family/reddesktop