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Date Posted:03/10/2009 18:32 PMCopy HTML

Email messages are hard to keep track of so I am listing them here..

Please feel free to add instead of using email!

Continue to use email if thats easier...

I will add the email message and pics in thumbnail size and link to the thread I have added them to so the pics can be viewed full size (aimoo size) 


ALEX    BARB   LIZ     EDWARD     CAROLINE   ANNE

----- Original Message -----
From: Liz Taylor
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 4:13 PM
Subject: Hi Barb!


 

Hi Barb...
 
Just hoping that you are the Barb I think you may be!
 
Lost all contact, been searching for a while so fingers crossed!
 
Liz Taylor xx
(Brampton. Ont)
 
lizzytaylor@hotmail.

Hi Liz
 
 Of course I am the right Barb - how did you find us??  I guess I changed our email address since we were last in touch!! 
 
What is new with you and family?  We talked about your coming for a visit - is this the year???   B

From: Liz Taylor
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: Hi Barb!

I took only a few pics yesterday and this was one of them...Is it you?


From Barb

No, This is my Cousin RoseMarie Vessio and her brother Richard!  Great picture though!  They are the children of Joan (my mothers sister)  Joan died sometime ago and we never had a lot of contact with
them, but probably should try to get in touch again. 
 
    Included Anne in this since she has email!   Never met any of you but would love to. 
 
       I scan whatever I can get hold of like a madwoman - try for high resolution but it is easier to see details, especially on the old photos.  Unless you already have it - I thought you would like this photo of Alexander Taylor and Elizabeth Tindall Taylor (your grandparents!)  
 
          So glad to have reconnected.  The website you found me on is one a friend and I did for our town (history and genealogy)               Barb

From: Liz Taylor
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 5:21 PM
Subject: Re: Hi Barb!

Ohhh Thanks so much for that!! (I have to say it looks like dad with a hat on!)
 
I have sent it to Ed and Alex.
 
Apparently I think Harvey was doing some Taylor stuff
 
So...How far have you come in doing it?
 
What are you looking for now?
 
I have had much of my stuff 'stolen' during the many moves and housefires and car thefts (including those tiny tapes) but I do still have a lot of documents around.
 
I will get a scanner...I just decided yesterday to start saving them via photos for now.
 
Probably good for now if I just send the emails on to Alex and Ed as opposed to you having all our addies and different info back to each person...Would be nice to keep it all in one place...but I'm sure it would be OK to give it to you if you wanted it.
 
Heres a few pics of my two...Jesse is 22 (and his girlfriend Ashley) and Tamara is 23


From Barb
Thanks for the photos - but what does the caption on your photo mean????  ;-)
 
It is fine for you to be the conduit for info and photos (especially if Alex is  worried about security) - I sent to Ann because you sent her email address and since she is new to the internet I thought it might be good for her to see how easily you can connect with people and get and send things that way. 
 
If Harvey is doing any family history please give him my email address - I have tons of stuff from researching LDS microfilms as well as what is online - it would be a shame for him to spend time on what I have already found (and vice versa)  I have a subscription to Ancestry.com which has a lot of information. 
 
I had finally found Alexander's mother (since he was born in Peru I had wondered if his mother was South American but she is English) - Alexander's father Alexander was born in Scotland - I have been unable to track his ancesters.   Alexander's mother was Sarah Austin, born in Hampton, Middlesex.  She had 8 siblings and I have tracked many of them.
 
Re photos - as I said, I have a really good scanner (can even scan negatives and slides) and I enjoy making good copies of photos, to be able to share them and especially to save them!  If you would like to send me a packet of photos I would love to be able to scan them for you and can send them back quickly with both good copies and a CD with all the photos.  One of our big projects for our town has been to borrow old photo albums and scan and copy all the pictures (many from the 1800s - some on daguerrotypes or tintypes)   I am cheaper than buying a scanner and have become very proficient at getting the best out of very old photos.    So consider it.    What kind of documents do you have - anything really old????
 
With that.........here is the photo of the day (I dont have many Taylor photos, but this is especially nice)
Taken in about 1916 when Leonard was home from Australia - you may remember that my mother had said they all believed that Leonard had died in the war when he went back to Australia after this photo - but I found information that he had lived there until 1973.
 
This photo is - Left to right - Front Row - Leonard, "Mother" (Elizabeth) "Dad" (Alexander) Rose (my grandmother) and Steve (Shoosmith - my grandfather)   Back Row - Margaret, Ted and Poppy. 
 
I can see a resemblance between Ted as a teen and his father - especially around the eyes. 
 
                                                                                                  Barb
 
PS  Tell Harvey I am anxious to hear from him (he is my daughter's age) and I do need updated information (have "Valerie" as Doble) ??        

 

From: Liz Taylor
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 2:15 PM
Subject: Odd pics

Ohh Barb...That picture is amazing...
 
I have taken a portrait of dad from it and, just as you said...the resolution is great!
 
One story that dad often told was about the last time he saw Leonard...
 
He spoke about being 14 and, as I recall it was August.
 
He remembered being very upset about him leaving....and that was the last time he saw him
 
Thanks to you I was able to tell him (before he died) that Leonard had continued to live in Australia (Brisbane).
 
I had tried to contact the cemetary that he was buried in, but I was unable to get any personal information from them..I wanted to find out the details of (as I recall) his daughter that may have been on  the grave registration...
 
At that point I lost contact with searching and dad died shortly after...I would have loved to have found his niece(s) to have given us more information about him that dad would have loved.
 
You sent me a copy of Rose's bio..Many times I read that...absolutely fascinating. I may (and hope) still have  the copy you sent...though until I check through everything I have I won't know if it succumbed to 'loss' along with other stuff I cherished.
 
I also had the copies of Leonard's papers from the forces and the documents of him trying to locate the 'medal' that was lost in the flood.
 
I remember you telling me that your internet friend lived in Brisbane, close to the house Leonard lived in and visited it to give you a description...
 
As afar as the documents I have...
 
Many pics of dad, and of course mum from most timeframes.
 
I am a packrat...so I still have my NHS card and ration card
 
I have mum and dads marriage certificate as well as a letter from the registrar to mum and dad about my wedding in 1969..though those documents would be what mum had saved.
 
At a guess I would say I have at least 20 or so old documents etc..probably more...Dad insurance papers...his application to the forces...(1918 I think) You name it...mum saved it and I still have it! (hopefully)...lots of old letters..etc etc.Some of course is related to mum's side of the family.
 
I would love to help add info for future generations to see...as well as the current fascination it holds for me..
 
Thank you so much for your enthusiasm in doing this so we may all see the results of your hard work..
 
BTW...The pic of me was named quickly as a portrait from a photo of me stirring a pot at a barbecue we attended...TMy pics have some weird titles...but I know what they mean..
 
I will include the original pic...
 
Also a pic of my wedding which happens to be handy...The Tullett's wedding June 28th 1969 (Jerry's 21st birthday)
 
left to right...
Jerry's brother Nicky..His brother Julian, His Gran..His Dad Ern , his mum Rene...his brother Rod.. My sister's daughter Christine...Jerry...Me...My sister's other daughter Susan....Mum....Dad..Terry my best friend..Ken Doble..Anne holding Adrian...Harvey (page boy)..Edward...Joan....Alex
 
While I'm at it...here is the letter from the registrar as well.....lol
 
I will try to resist temptation to send your our dinner menu from our Butlins holiday in 1963...lol ;o)

From Barb
Hi Liz,
 
I guess I sent you all I have about Leonard then - I forgot you were going to contact the cemetery.  I still may follow up on that one day.  So if I repeat things I have already told you - let me know.  I guess I didnt send these photos though?? Or did I? 
 
Love the photo of you - "toil and trouble".......what was in that cauldron anyway???  (Our barbecues usually include a grill)   ;-)        
 
I really liked the wedding photo - nice to see lots of faces to go with names (though I imagine most have changed a bit since then) ;-)  Do you and your siblings get together very often?  
 
When I scan, the copy is usually 2-4 megabytes (unless it is a tiny photo).  Then I make smaller copies (like I did with the 1916 one) to send via email.  But usually I can print a full page print of many scanned ones and have them come out pretty nice (depending on the original of course) 
 
So what is new with you - are you still painting?                 B
 
 

To: Liz
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 7:54 PM
Subject: Another picture

They were (at times anyway) quite well off - This is the Taylors - Alexander is obvious - Elizabeth with the big hat.
No idea who the others were.........    Barb


From: Liz Taylor
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 10:06 PM
Subject: Fw: Another picture

Wow...Amazing to get these pics eh?

From Alex

Liz,
Yes great picture, possibly the other guy may of been the one that they went out drinking with a lot.
Alexander had a bet, that they would kill themselves, he put his head in the oven, and turned the gas on? Alexander went through with it, but his mate dit not.
Am only going by what dad told me. I think he said he was drunk at the time.
Remember also, that he used to be hard on Elizabeth when he came in from drinking down the pub?
 
I think Ed has the large picture of when he rented a bus, to take his workers out on a picknick?
 
Thanks
Alex

Sent: Monday, March 02, 2009 2:35 PM
Subject: Taylor family History

Hi Liz,
Thanks for the old pics.
I was going through some of my old files, and found some history stuff that mum wrote about dad, also some about the Wallis family. I know you said that Barb and Tony were trying to put together a family history perhaps they may be interested in the info i have?
Who has dads birth certificate, do you have it Ed? Pobably Ed has some info also that we do not have.
 
How far have you got with the History Barb, have you just started with it.?
 
Anyway folks keep me posted.
Thanks
Alex 
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Finally I am going to add...

I have tried hard to keep up with adding emails and pics...I havent had time to input!

I would agree totally that a reunion  (as soon as possible) is an absolute 'must'.

Mum (Mary Taylor by marriage) always told me that her wish was that the family keep in touch,...whether it be the 'Wallis' family..the 'Shoosmiths'....or the Taylors and all extended names.

She would be very happy right now to know we were communicating this way and Dad,.....well...he'd be raising a glass of his wine!

Our relatives in the States were always important to mum and dad....

When I was young I remember mum receiving parcels with clothes for me...

Does anyone remembr these dresses?

I know that my communion dress


came from the 'States' and so did this blue one... (the butterfly hairband was courtesy of the weekly girl Mag 'Bunty' I think...lol)

(Can't find it...will add later)
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Hi, Liz,
You will be getting a repremand from Carolyn, you spelt her name incorectly, same as i did. Do you need some guidence?
Anyway, happy we found you Carolyn. Thanks Barb.
Alx
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Edward,
Just checked out the pictures, they are great, did not know you had this stuff. Thanks for saving it all. Am not sure who all the folks were, probably Barb and Liz can work on it as an assignment, when they have nothing to do, and looking for a challenge, they both kind of indicated they are up to the challenge. (just joking)
I think the picture in the garden with the two girls, it may be Brenda and Linda Moore?
Thanks
Alex  
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lol Alex...Just because you have a posh avatar...1

 Yes ...It was Brenda and Linda Moore...

Brenda has just contacted me...so I am openeing a 'board' for our old friends...They wont be able to see the rest of the site unless we OK it...

I am going to invite Pam too...and let any other friends know
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Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2009 7:56 PM
Subject: Edwards Family of Introduction

Hello cousins Barbara and Carolyn and families!!!

I’m here! And taking it all in, but still working out who is who and what is what. It’s fantastic to know I have such a big family when I never knew you. I’d love to get to know all of you and hope we will meet up one day.

I am Edward Leonard Taylor, Alex is my brother and Anne and Elizabeth are my sisters. I am the only one left in England, they all “deserted” me including my mother and father to go to Canada. As far as I know there are no other relations in England, does any body know of any one?

I am a chef by trade but for over 20 years have been in hotel management. No I don’t cook at home, Thalia my wife only allows me in the kitchen as an apprentice chef!

We have two children, Wendy Helen, who is married to Mark John Stanborough. They have a son, John Edward and he is six years old.

Our son is Jason Edward, who is married to Sara Suzanna, and they have two children, Robyn Kira, who is seven years old, and Luke Harrison, who is four years old.

I am sorting some family photos to send to you soon. Meantime, I will attach some old photos which will be of interest, including some which I cannot identify. Perhaps someone will know who they are. Because of the quantity, a few will come on several downloads. Each file has its own description, and on some I have used the sign (!) as a (?) meaning I don’t know.

I am adding Wendy and Jason to the sending list to keep them up to date in the family history.

 p.s. Yes, I have been known to be the quiet one of the family……….very good guess Barbara!

 Best Wishes

Edward (Thalia says hello but does not do computers!)

 



Well, Edward, you certainly have redeemed yourself!!  What incredible old photos!! (and a few of some cute kids too - not all that long ago!!)   ;-)  
 
The "Gran Taylor" ones are especially intriguing.  Was it your Gran??? or Ted's (what is the source of the info on the photos?)    It doesnt look a lot like Elizabeth Tindall Taylor (though I have to study them more to feel sure) - do you think it could be Alexander's mother (Sarah Austin)??  I think that is possible because I remember when I spoke to Liz on the phone Uncle Ted said that "Dad's people" had come from Surbiton.  (I made note of the place because I hadnt found anyone there before)  Since then I found that Sarah Austin (Alexander's mother) had spent most of her life in Surbiton including a time when her grandson Alexander (and his sisters born in Peru) lived there with her.  In the "Gran and her Mother" - this Sarah would have been the Mother (Born 1805, died 1882 in Surbiton)  Census info below in case anyone is interested. 
 
Young girl with flowers is likely Aunt Marie - usual in the US to send family photos as a postcard - the Rose is my Gran and Steve (Shoosmith) her husband.  My Gran in her memoirs writes " Then Steve was drafted just outside Yarmouth.  It was easy to get lodging with board in those days and we were very happy living with a lady and her niece.  We lived in Yarmouth which was a herring fishing town, and when the boats came in anyone could take a bag and get it filled with herring and mackrel free.  Marie at one and a half could eat three mackrel backs.  Then the influenza epidemic came, so many people died they didnt have time to bury them.  Marie was the only one of us who caught it and she laid like one dead for days, they called her the dead baby.................. "
 
So that photo is a real treasure!   The military I am guessing are William Wallis "friends" based on places and dates but it will be interesting to try to figure them out - certainly lots of female friends!!   Leonard's patch is wonderful - I will put together some info on what I found of him.  The photo looks just like his picture with the family!
 
Now I have to go back and look more closely at those wonderful photos!!! Thank you so much! 
 
(And I previously had a brief - wicked - thought of suggesting we have our family reunion at your lovely elegant inn - just as a joke - dont really think family reunions would do anyone's career any good! ) But I wont even try to jab at you that way, now!!! ;-)        
 
Census info from Rose and Ted's Great Grandmother below.  Sarah Austin (1805-1882) Her daughter Sarah Austin Taylor (1836- ??) was Alexanders mother - thats Alexander with his grandmother in the 1871 census.           
                                                                                                       Barb
 
1841 Census: 107/718 ED 3  9/9
Hampton, Middlesex  High Road  All born in County
Richard Austin 42 Carpenter
Sarah Austin 36
William Austin 11
James Austin 9
Sarah Austin 5
Benjamin Austin 2
 
1851 Census: LDS Film # 0193502  HO 107/1603 
George St  Surbiton, Surrey
Sarah Austin, Head, Widow 45  Parish Relief born Surrey Hampton
William  "      , son,  20  Ag Lab  born Surrey Hampton
James   "       , son  17,   "     "   born Surrey Hampton
Benjamin  "    , son  11,   born Surrey Hampton
Robert       "    , son  9,   born Surrey Hampton
Betsy         "    , dau   7,  born Surrey Hampton
Katherine    "   , dau,  3,  born Surrey Hampton
Frederick    "   , son,   4 months,  born Surrey Kingston
 
1861 Census: RG9/457  79/34  St Marks Surbiton
Brighton Road Kingston on Thames
Sarah Austin H Wid  55 Greengrocer Middlesex Hampton
Kate Austin Daughter 12  Middlesex Hampton
Frederick Austin Son 10  Surrey, Kingston
 
1871 Census
Civil parish:    Kingston on Thames  Ecclesiastical parish:    St Mark 
County/Island:    Surrey  Country:    England 
Source information:    RG10/861 Registration district:    Kingston 
Sub-registration district:    Kingston  ED, institution, or vessel:    19 
Folio:    86  Page:    5   Household schedule number:    28
Sarah Austin 66  Hampton, Middlesex, England Head    
Kate Austin 22  Hampton, Middlesex, England Daughter 
ellenetta (Unknown) Taylor 11  Pera Granddaughter   
Margarette Taylor 9  Peru, Britith Subyect Granddaughter 
Alexander Taylor 8  Peru, Britith Subyect Grandson   
Charlotte Susemihl 33  Germany Lodger  
 
Name:    AUSTIN, Sarah  Record Type:    Deaths
Age at death:    76   Quarter:    March  Year:    1882
District:    Kingston   County:    Middlesex Surrey
Volume:    2a   Page:    195 
 
    


Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2009 12:32 AM
Subject: Re: Continuation Don't Know Photos 8

YOung girl holding flowers is similar to pic I have, I think its my mom, marie.
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Carolyn,
 
You and I need to talk re photos - yes it is definitely Marie (did you see my answer to everyone?)  When I talked to your mother several years ago and talked about my Grans photos and the memoirs she did (my mother typed them up) Marie said she didnt have ANY old photos - Rose probably had them all! 
I sent her a copy of my Grans Memoirs and likely also copies of old photos I had.   But if you have ANY old photos of any of the family that are not copies I might have sent PLEASE either scan them and send - or send to me and I will scan and send back - or something.  Including any snapshots that include you and your family in early years...........   These photos are becoming a wonderful treasure trove!!!
 
PS  Do you happen to have an email address for Rosemarie Vessio?   Or a phone number - your mother might have one - maybe we can get her "in" on this!!
 
                                                     Barb



 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2009 9:17 AM

Hi Dad,
 
Let me know what you think of this "touch up" job. I have included the original and touched up for comparison. I you like it, it can be printed and framed. Need you feed back.


Harvey




(BRILLIANT JOB HARVEY!...Liz



Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2009 9:46 AM
Subject: Fw:

Harv,
Yes this looks good, not sure how you did it, but it looks better.
Have you signed up with Liz yet, I know you said you were saving these e mails, if you sign up you will not need to. They are all on the web and you can reference them aytime
Dads.





 
Wow!   Okay Harvey, your hired!!!   ;-)  Uncle Edward sent enough to keep you out of trouble for a looooooooong time.  Thats a great photo!!   Definitely can be framed.   I am toying with the idea of putting together a book of photos and information eventually.  A friend and I put together a 360 page town history with lots of photos which was published - it cost less than $15 each (of course needed to order at least 50) - and all photos were black and white but not bad..........  
 
                                                                     "cousin"     Barb




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Hi Everyone
 
Could the "Two little girls" be my mother and her sister (probably Marie)  ??  See attached - Edwards photo is upper left - the rest are from my Grans photos.   Opinions??  And what is the strange structure in the back of Edwards photo??              Barb 

Barb..Can you send me the pics separately if poss?  I havent yet figured how to save pics from a PDF unless someone can tell me...I have been taking screenshots for now...Liz


Hi Everyone - checked the website and see you have identified the girls as not "our" family. :-(   Barb

Where Barb??...Liz



At first I thought they must belong to William Wallis - but he died in 1918 and many of them are dated 1919? 
 
One has an emblem of the "Royal Flying Corps" - does that provide a clue??
 
 
 
Harvey, do you think you could work on Leonard Taylors military portrait next??  That is one of (I think) only two photos of Leonard. 
 
                                         Barb


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Hi Barb
 
I have added a new thread in General Discussion to enable us to see the pics easily and attempt to identify them
 
Click on this link
 
http://taylorfamilyinfo.aimoo.com/General-Discussion/Can-Anyone-Identify-These-Sold-1-1412561.html

At first I thought they must belong to William Wallis - but he died in 1918 and many of them are dated 1919? 
 
One has an emblem of the "Royal Flying Corps" - does that provide a clue?? Barb

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Liz,Can any of the songs you have got be downloaded to a MP3 Player.
Thanks, Alex
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Yes Alex...I'm sure they can...

It's a great site that will add any song thats available on the net...If they havent got it you can personally add it to their collection (which I have done) and then its available for everyone else to add to their jukebox.

So...if all the songs in there are available on the net then I'm sure you will be able to download any of them...if fact...I think they give that option in the site I made the jukebox...so you would just have to make a 'jukebox; of your choice and maybe download that way.

List the songs you want and I will add them or search for them...
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LIZ, It said something about only being available for a short time, what does that mean? 
Some good songs , B Bumble and the stingers, Boney M. cONNIE fRANCIS. rOGER wHITICKER, James Last.
These are good Tunes.

Thanks

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Just checked...They don't seem to provide that option from the site but each song has a webpage its taken from...so...find the song and go to the webpage...there will probably be the download that you want..

Maybe...lol

What songs are you looking for?
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Liz, Those songs are excellent, how did you know i liked ABBA. Jerry has a resemalance to Adam Faith, Have you heard from him lately. Anyway Liz really appreciate you finding the songs, even the flower pot men?
You seem to be quite good and Exceed expectation with this computer stuff.
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Liz,
I have a tower computer, that i will give you if you require one. You are doing such a great job, and it can be as a little reward. It does not include a screen. It wont be available till first week in April.
Please advise
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Abba?   I seem to recall you had a little accident or something with your Abba tape that you played in your car....Did't you wear it out or something?

YouTube videos are simple to add to messages and there is everything you could ever want to see on them.

I'll do a youtube thread and you can test it out...You'll love it.

Thanks for the commendations Alex...I was fortunate to have lousy PC's that needed constant fixing...At one point I could barely use the pc and yet I 'found' windows from a pc that had gone totally black...I could only use DOS commands .....Took me three days of manually writing down every dos command available and testing it with every possible sequence....then Windows appeared again!

I figured if I could do that I could do anything!...Thats actually one of the 'traits' I got from Dad...Nothing is impossible...

Works for me! lol

I also run the other groups...a couple of them are about 100 members....ex pats from all over the world...some of them in their 70's or more....They all come to me to fix their pc probs...Its 5.30 am and three quarters of an hour ago one of the members wanted help with a virus...I had barely woken up! Its fun though...I've learnt a lot over the last few years..mainly beause I had to!

That tower offer sounds great!

Although I have lots of hard drive space (200GB), I only have 128 MB of memory...Minimum should be 250MB and most people have more than 1GB (1,000MB)

The 128MB is what decides how fast your pc can cope with running programs...I call it the 'kitchen' and the Hard drive space the 'warehouse'

Anything more than 128MB  would be smashing Alex...I got this pc for $15 and it has coped with most of what I have had to do...Its good actually because I figure if I can do something on this pc then anyone can!

 

Anything more th

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Liz,

I have just sent all the specs of the computer via email, as attachments, Please advise if it will benefit you. I have another person that wants it, but i would rather give you first refusal. Please advise Thanks Alex

 

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Liz,
Thanks for the recognition regarding our 45th wedding anniversary, Spose i  will have to find a card for Joan, better not forget now you have advertised it. Do you have any on the web, already made up i could give her. Its a bit late to nip out to the store. (11.30pm)  Could you take this on as a challenge before 9.0am tomorrow (Mon) And see if you can send me one as an attachment. That would keep me in good standing. And i will not have to do Penance. or be  the victim of ridicule.
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I went to chat room, I think everyone has gone to bed, If anyone gets up early can they help with my request. Thanks Alex (bit panicky now?)

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