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Searching for Trevor Price born Wales c. 1942 - 50

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Mark

Mark Report 2 Jun 2021 17:29

I am trying to locate a Trevor Price who I believe worked for British Gas in the early 1970's - 1972 - to be precise.

He would have worked in the South West of England for a period of time in Devon and Cornwall.

I have no other leads than this and believe he could be my father.

nameslessone

nameslessone Report 2 Jun 2021 18:08

Welcome to Genes and the boards. You have no leads so how can anyone help you?

It would be a miracle if anyone who knew Trevor in the 70’s would spot your post.

If you can work out how old he would have been you may find his birth on www.freebmd.org.uk. But you would have to have an idea where he was born.

Have a look on the search members trees to see if there is a chance someone has him on their tree.

Whenever you find a possible name you have to tread very very carefully.

ArgyllGran

ArgyllGran Report 2 Jun 2021 19:32

The births of 77 boys named Trevor Price were registered in England and Wales 1940-50.

Without more information I doubt very much if you'll be able to find which one he is/was.

Do you know if he had a middle name?

Do you mean that he worked in Devon/Cornwall in 1972? (Not that that helps, actually.)