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    Thanks Doc, i had thought of that thats why i came here to see if anyone sailed with him and do appreciate any help given.

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    You most probably know about this site, but in case i have in the past found it very good , but again dont have any Subs on it any longer!
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    Victoria, the best is the Church of Latter Day Saints, known to many as the Mormons.
    In their Salt Lake city depository they have records of all ever been who left some form of identity.

    In their religion they are required to do their family tree as far back as they can.
    They scour the world getting copies of all they can.

    We have used them and it is quite amazing what they can find for you.
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    Yes in the past i have used them and had some good results.
    However there are so many Avenues out there now, that its hard to pick one that is to say the Best! But with all combined one does get a lot of info, but at a cost too.
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    Thank you so much I didn't expect you to go to such lengths but most appreciated. My Mother did say she thought it was Fife

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    Hi Marion.
    I just went back to this post, are there any details that you can reveal without compromising Pauls details?
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    There have been a number of children in various countries who will never find their birth father, most of us were very careful about that.
    But my brother, who never went to sea got caught out, to make matters worse she only lived just around the next street, but he was not the sharpest knife in the box even though I love him dearly.
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