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another goodbye

It seems these last three years have been a mixture if new hellos and sad goodbyes for my family, we have had two births but 9  deaths, two of which were my mother’s brothers and both in the last 3 months.  The youngest of them we said goodbye to yesterday and the service chosen for …

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Shifting places within the family

I was at a family party on Sunday, every year, for the last few years, my cousin’s son and his partner, Paul and Leisa have organised a Halloween party for the kids, this year was a bit of a hard one as a couple of weeks before we suddenly lost Paul’s younger brother. However, it …

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Sink or Swim…..I did both!

This early evening I planned to go swimming with my two eldest daughters and grandchildren whirling dervish, little legs and baby moo moo. I’v not been swimming for a long time but was looking forward to it, went and bought a neww swimsuit at Asda last night but was a bit rushed so didn’t really …

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FAMILY TREES AND UNCLAIMED FORTUNES

For some months now I have been dabbling with our family tree and am seriously considering subscribing to some sites that will help me further my search, something for the winter months I think! However, whilst dabbling and watching the series Heir Hunters I have been suprised by how many people die without leaving a …

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