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Angela Bramham's success story
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|Angela||Report||7 Oct 2003 11:20|
I have at last found my cousin Monica whom I last saw on a family holiday in Suffolk 50 years ago. As the older generation died out contact with the family was lost and not knowing my cousins married name I was despairing of finding her. Thanks to your site I now have a name and address and have initiated contact. I am hoping that this will lead to re-establishing contact with a whole branch of the family I remember from my childhood with affection.