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    Default Re: Nasha Abraham

    Hi, I am still a bit confused by this site but have enjoyed my time using it. I would like to say thank you to everyone for all of the help they have given me . I think I have all the information now that I need and don't want to put anyone to anymore trouble. I cant believe how kind everyone is and how helpful they have been. Take care everyone and I will let you now if I find anymore information about Nasha.

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    Heather.

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    Hello Heather
    I am glad that we managed to assist as far as we could,andyes it will be nice to knw of the eventual outcome ,so please do let us know!
    I hope that you wont just leave the site now,as i am sure with a bit of practice you will soon get to use it like all othes have.
    Its not difficult at all really!
    So dont be a stranger ,keep looking in and i am sure you will find a lot more to interest you
    Thank you thus far for your feedbacks they make it worth while searching and giving help to one and all on the site!
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    Senior Member and Friend of this Website

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    Default Re: Nasha Abraham

    You may find LDS Family search handy as you go on.

    It is free, just need e.mail and a password

    K.

    https://www.familysearch.org/
    "Our veterans did not forget about us .... Let's not forget about them." From Michael Levesque

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    Default Re: Nasha Abraham

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Vernon View Post

    N S Abraham
    Died at Sea 1945 (Source
    Deaths At Sea 1891 1972 )

    BT 344 Ship Garstonia
    That man in question was Nicholas Stephan Abrahams from Liverpool who died in Garston hospital from heart failure on the 9th December 1945.
    "Across the seas where the great waves grow, there are no fields for the poppies to grow, but its a place where Seamen sleep, died for their country, for you and for peace" (Billy McGee 2011)

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