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One Brick Knocked Down !!!

pauline clark

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:D Iv'e done it at last found my g,g,grandfather iv'e been searching for him it seems like for ever.i tried ancestry no luck. then i rememberd julie [bless her]
gave me a link to sunderland parish records office, played around their site nearly gave up, but bingo i found him and his family [except his son gawen watson clark] he should be there i got his birth cert born 1849.its a great feeling.just shows we get there in the end i want to say a big thank you to juliejtp


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pejay

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that is great news Pauline congratulations :biggrin: it gives us all hope to carry on when the walls seem impossible to breach, good luck with future walls :)
 

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