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Campbell/Crowley/o'hara Liverpool

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Reggie Report 30 Jan 2013 22:27

So have you used freebmd to look for info..............?

And what - exactly - do you wish to know?

You say 'before 1940'.....................and don't give any clues as to how the other surnames are connected.

You must help us to help you................but firstly, try to find info yourself. Much more rewarding that way.............

Deaths Jun 1941 (>99%)
Campbell Anne 15 Liverpool S. 8b 96
Campbell Anne 47 Liverpool S. 8b 96
Campbell James 47 Liverpool S. 8b 96
Campbell Patrick 11 Liverpool S. 8b 97


Debra Report 30 Jan 2013 20:50

Reggae. I am related to these people Campbell's are my great grandparents , they died along with my great aunt Anne who was 15 ,my great uncle Patrick who was 11, also a policeman Thomas Arthur benn, also that year my grandfather Joseph Campbell died at the evacuation of Crete ,I now live in Scotland and don't get home very often,I have the transcripts of the coroner verdict, but after the fire and other incidents the family fell apart and the one sister whom survived was Marion and my mum used to call her Rhia for some reason she's not sure why ,she said that Marion was burnt Badly, there was also a Michael welsh who lived in dingle at the time who was my great grandmothers Anne 's brother that is the only info I have


Reggie Report 29 Jan 2013 23:00

If you are related to these people, you must have more info.

How much research have you done yourself?


Debra Report 29 Jan 2013 22:35

Looking for any information on above families ,pre 1940 as we know that Campbell's were killed in a house fire in Laxey street.