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red mail Stretton family of Fobbing
Seeking information of Stretton family. Husband named Frank, wife was Annie. They had four children, Lillian, Grace, Thomas and Edmund. They lived at 2 Wharf Road. Edmund was killed at Salerno, Italy in WWll. I believe there is a memorial plaque to him in the church. I am Frank and Annie's grandson.
red mail I'm truely impressed with the response
Thank you all who replied. I have more information in 1 evening than I managed to gather over years. I especially thank those who have the knowledge to get access to this information easily and passed it on so readily. Thanks again!
red mail Francis George Dann
Born in Fobbing circa 1927, married Joan Kathleen Macnish of Western Australia post WWII, immigrated to Australia, fathered 6 sons. Looking for links pre-1927. Sister of Frank moved to the neighbouring town, Corrighan. His mother's maiden name was Hunwick.
red mail harry thouragood
served in farrier brigaid on the soam in the great war great grand son. JOHN.thank you
red mail Edwards family
I am searching for details of my family who lived in Fobbing from circa 1900 to 1920. The names Curtis Farm and Bay Cottages occur in the information I have
red mail Fobbing Tea Rooms
Does anyone remember Joe and Annie Judd? and their children, Dora, Kitty, Jack, Norah and Pat, I am Sally born 1942 and lived my first few years there? Have you any memories of war time fobbing?
red mail james brown born fobbing
looking for any info on james brown,born @1824 in fobbing. married priscilla rumball in 1848, had 6 children.

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