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60 years later -10 of my Family Reunited and photographed outside what was formerly my Stair 41 Dean Path, Dean Village.

15th January 2022
60 years later -10 of my Family Reunited and photographed outside what was formerly my Stair 41 Dean Path, Dean Village.

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2022 – From left to right Bertie Tompkins (my Great Grandson), Ellis Bibi Kilfedder (my Grandaughter), Brogan Monet Ferguson (my Grandaughter), Robin Louise Ferguson (my Grandaughter), Gillian Gail Kilfedder (my Twin Daughter), Robert Haldane (my Husband) Me, Gail Featherstonehaugh Haldane, Paul Robert Haldane (my Twin Son), Kurt Robert Haldane (my Grandson), Murray Shaw Haldane (my Grandson).

My Grandaughter Brogan, Bertie my Great Grandson and her Partner Jamie, came over from Australia. It was such a special and precious time with them. They spent half the time in London where Jamie’s from.

The last day when Brogan was leaving I managed to get everyone together for the above Family Photograph, before her flight that day.

Gillian has the Cavapoo Dog called Tommy and Paul has the Border Collie Dog called Rosie.

( The Building was refurbished in the 1970/80s with the Door number reading 39)

Dean Village Memories Added by Dean Village Memories Attributed to: Gail Featherstonehaugh

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