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lisa scrannage

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jason Report 22 Sep 2012 19:13

i am looking for children of john albert scrannage who was born 1947 and died in london 1977,, from my research i think he has had a number of marrages or relationships. i think i have a few sisters and brothers out there.
he was married to a maureen donohoe who had a child lisa marie scrannage.
he also had a child with lady surname bartlet.
would love to meet any of them if anyone can help.


Flip Report 22 Sep 2012 20:34


Welcome to GR,

You have made a number of posts relating to the same person, although relating to various partners. It would be better if you kept it all on one thread, and give some detials of the marriages (years and names) to help us help you!


jax Report 22 Sep 2012 20:35

Have you tried the search trees on this site?


Flip Report 22 Sep 2012 20:39

Also try if you are trying to get these names on the internet.

Come back to your thread and give some timelines, and delete all your other threads, that way no body will be wasting time duplicating research.