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Are you a London Girl or Boy?.....

Discussion in 'London' started by Britjan, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. Jacqueline

    Jacqueline Moderator Staff Member

    I got your reply, with photo, oh ye of little faith
  2. Jacqueline

    Jacqueline Moderator Staff Member

    PS I am a moderator because no one else offered to take on London. I am not computer literate. I'm hoping Peter gets a better offer, in due course.
  3. Gillian

    Gillian LostCousins Star

    I had exactly the same feeling of 'coming home' when I first visited my relatives in Ireland, which my great-grandfather left for Kent back in the mid-1830s.
  4. Gillian

    Gillian LostCousins Star

    I would say your Australian, Margery.
  5. Tim

    Tim Moderator Staff Member

    Hi Colin, For newcomers to the Forum, there's a small time interval that you must wait before you can upload photos.
  6. Gillian

    Gillian LostCousins Star

    Actually, I'd say YOU'RE Australian, Margery. :oops:
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  7. BobP

    BobP New Member

    My father never anywhere but in Berkshire his entire life and it looks like i'm going the same way.
    Dad was born in Bisham, moved to Temple, where i was born, we then moved to Maidenhead, where he sadly died, and i now live in Newbury.
    Mum was born in Poplar in the East End and moved to Temple where she met Dad.
    Dad's Dad was also born in, and died in, Bisham.

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