Saturday, 27 December 2014

Looking for Edward Bell

I am looking for my brother Edward Bell known as Eddie who must be 77 years old and was last heard of when he left New Zealand to live in Australia. He was born in Swalecliffe Kent, later he joined the marines but was invalided out and the family lost contact with him until he arrived home on his way to New Zealand with his wife Jen. His mothers name was Violet May who died 5 years ago. I am his sister Ann and he had another sister called Joan who is also no longer with us. Does anyone know him or know where he is as I would love him to contact me as he is the only family I have left apart from my own. I can be contact on annhousley@aol.com
thank you
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Thursday, 20 February 2014

Looking for Raoul Barenblatt

Success! Someone contacted Timmy and put him in touch with Raoul. If it was one of you, thank you very much!

Can you help me found Raoul please?
We were at school together,first at Strand Primary and from 1943 to 1946 at Hottentots Holland High School where we were in the same athletics team.
His father owned the Rialto Bioscope in Strand and Fox Polish Factory in Parow. 
I believe Raoul is still alive because he was at the inauguration of the building Strand 97 recently.
I am Tim or Timmy, also known in those days as Timothy the Cat.
My address is: The Villa Oiantheia,
                          Galaxidi,
                          Phokidas,
                          Greece.
Tel/Fax  : 030 22650 41 766

Thank you every one,
Dr. Tim(Efthemios) Bougas

Monday, 21 October 2013

I am seeking information about Frederick Gordon Bradford or any of his relatives.

Dear Johan,
 
I am seeking information about  Frederick Gordon Bradford or any of his relatives.
 
He was born in Eye, Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England, I believe,  in 1908 although it may have been a few years later. He was known as Gordon and emigrated to South Africa on 5th October 1949. Travelling from Southampton to Capetown aboard the Capetown Castle.
 
I am eager to receive any information as he is an important part of my family tree and little is known about him.
 
Any help you or your members can give me would be gratefully appreciated. 
 
Best wishes
 
John Bradford

Sunday, 19 May 2013

Honey: Derek Samuel

The above person must please contact :

Fraser& Fraser
Genealogists & international probate researchers.
London.
www.lostkin.co.uk
They have information that may be of benefit to him.

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Urgent: Looking for Frederick Champion

Frederick Champion, who would be about 89 years old now if still alive, emigrated to Cape Town 65 years ago in 1947. He married Moyra Morgan at St Georges Cathedral soon afterwards and they lived in Green Point, Cape Town.
Ronald Champion, 84, his brother, has terminal cancer and is wondering what happened to his long lost brother.The brothers were raised in Southwark, London, by their grandmother, Mary-Ann Suff.
It is believed that Frederick was a pilot in WW2 and later studied to become a print engineer.
Ronald's grand daughter, Nicola Harrison is trying to trace Fred and she can be contacted at NHarrison@corbybusinessacadamy.org
If anybody has any information, please contact Nicola direct or e mail us at power@pensionplus.co.za

Saturday, 3 November 2012

Looking for Tobie Randall

Tobie Randall worked at the old Volkskas Bank main branch in Pretoria in the seventies where he was an accountant. His wife's name was Dolores and they had two sons. Tobie must be about sixty years old.
His old friend and cousin Peter Reynen would like to make contact again.
If you know Tony or his immediate family, kindly pass this on to him.
He can contact Peter at
power@pensionplus.co.za.

Monday, 13 February 2012

Looking for Emmie Coetzee

I am looking for my friend from school with maiden name of Emmerentia Coetzee, called Emmie at school.
We went to school in Witbank and matriculated in 1963.
I knows that Emmie later lived in Pretoria and married. If I remember correctly, her husband was called Johan and he was in the Police force, but I could be wrong - it was long ago.
If any one knows where Emmie is, please email me Colleen McKechnie (Jacobs) at: colian@worldonline.co.za.
Thanks for taking the trouble.