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Bemused Chickens, Lazy Goats and a Dizzy Sheep

What does PRT stand for again?

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  1. Ken and Betty Abbott permalink
    December 27, 2011 05:34

    HI, JUST SAW SOME PHOTOS OF YOUR MUM AND DAD AND YOUR BROTHER. YOUR FATHER LOOKS LIKE HIS DAD.

    HEAR YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED IN SEPTEMBER, PLEASE ACCEPT OUR GOOD WISHES.
    KEN IS YOUR FATHER’S COUSIN. GLAD YOU ARE WELL, GOOD LUCK KEN AND BETTY (ABBOTT)

  2. April 6, 2012 01:16

    Hi, message for Jo. I’m Andrea Lowe (your cousin) Peter’s daughter (peter your uncle). My dad heard about this website from uncle David whilst visiting them these last few days. We’ve only just recently got back in touch with David and I met him for the first time just before christmas.

    My dad is keen to build up communications with his family again.

    We all want to pass on our best wishes to you for your new married life with your partner.

    Feel free to get in touch with me would be great to hear from you.

    Best wishes.

    Andrea xx

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