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Hammond family, Chepstow, 1912
I bought a small french/English dictionary a few years ago, from an antique fair I think in Lincolnshire, inside was a photo of a soldier, on the inside it said F. L. Hammond, Crosswanedy Green, Chepstow, 12. 12.12. does anyone know who could relate to it ? 2 or 3 years ago I wrote to the local free paper in Chepstow, enclosed the photo, and explained the story, but had no response, I have a copy of the photo if anyone is interested. Ken. East Yorkshire.


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