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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:26 pm 
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It is good to see some news for you at last, Percy. I am so pleased for you.

Take care
Marian


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:56 pm 
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Hello Susang

My sincere thanks to you for your information on Sadie and Peggy, i hope you were able to pass on
my previous information to Sadie and Peggy .
After all these's years this is wonderful news to know they are alive and well, and Sadie living just
down the road from, i would love to hear from either of them.
In this letter and previous letters i am very sincere and only want to show respect to all of you
i have no wish to be insincere

Regards

Percival Lewer.


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:57 pm 
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Hello Susang

My sincere thanks to you for your information on Sadie and Peggy, i hope you were able to pass on
my previous information to Sadie and Peggy .
After all these's years this is wonderful news to know they are alive and well, and Sadie living just
down the road from, i would love to hear from either of them.
In this letter and previous letters i am very sincere and only want to show respect to all of you
i have no wish to be insincere

Regards

Percival Lewer.


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:57 pm 
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Hello Percival,
If I could have your email address I will send you my mother and Peggy's addresses so you can write to them yourself. I am sure they would be pleased to hear from you.
all good things
Susan


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:14 pm 
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Hello Susan,

Thank you for your message, and your co-operation i do really appreciate it.

My email address is as follows. percylewer@btinternet.com

Best Wishes

Percy


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:36 am 
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[quote="Hayes Exile"][quote="bedwyn"]Re-The Miller Family
The property is sited at the junction of Cold Harbour Lane and Hesa Road
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Hi from Western Canada, Tony

Just read your reply and noted that I referered to my class mate as Bernard, it should have been
Gerald. (minds do tend to let one down at times) Glad you have made contact. May I ask one question Our class commenced leaving school at Easter 1940. Many of us joined local services. Civil Defence, ambulance, etc. I joined the AFS, then the RN.
Sorry to hear that Gerry had passed away. Which route of life did he take?. It is nice to hear about a classmate, even after 72 years.
Kind regards to you and yours.
Edwinnobby


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:16 am 
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Hi Edwin

I don't what Gerald did when he left school before the war. He worked for Racall for many years and emigrated to South Africa in 1963. His children still live there. No doubt Susan will be reading this thread and may have more information for you.

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Tony


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:51 am 
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Hi Edwin,
From what I recall Gerald went out to South Africa to work for a large defence company but was recruited by the South African government to oversee defence contracts. He came back to the UK fairly frequently during the Sixties, visiting his mother when he came and that is when I met him. His children, John and Janice, were brought up in SA and have made their homes there. I do not know anything more about them, though I believe that his wife Iris has also died.

all good things
Susan


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 Post subject: Re: Miller family
PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:41 am 
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Hi Susang

Thank you for your answer and info. Have been away travelling for a while but am now back in Canada. Nice to get some feedback on Gerry and his family. My kindest regards to all who helped trace an old school chum.

Edwinnobby


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