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Welcome Carole! You are now a registered contributor to a website that includes a number of strands of the multi-national family of Peter Fink and Elizabeth Wash. The site has active contributors in the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, New Zealand … Continue reading
To contribute to the blog or make comments on webpages, you need to be registered as a contributer (user) Follow the instruction on the homepage describing how to register When registeration is complete, you will receive your log-in name and … Continue reading
From HeatherD Many thanks – your timing was great! I had a phonecall today from my 11 year old granddaughter who lives north of Auckland, asking for information about our family history for a homework assignment! Will write soon. Kind … Continue reading
From ShirleyB Hello everyone, I’m Shirley. We were over in the U.K. in in September 2002. Visited Whitstable found great grandad’s Bakery which is now a coffee shop. We have photos of all this before the bakery became a coffee shop. Gave … Continue reading
JanS Hi everyone, You sent this a bit too late!! 😀 I’ve been in Australia these last six weeks, staying in Bilgola, the Northern Beaches, near Sydney. Having said that there has been precious little free time as the whole … Continue reading