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Tracing mothers family
Posted by: angelina rose (ID *****2899) Date: July 30, 2008 at 21:25:24
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my mother was born 18th january 1930.
she had a british passport of singapore number 89525
her name was Mdm Theresa James. Her race was Ceylonese.
I Understand from the first marriage my mother had approx five children one died. I believe she also had five sisters and one brother.
At the moment thats as much as i know about her.

her first husband was called Augustus John. I believe they had children to this marriage.which i have put a search into at the NAS building. for the year from 1946-1955.

my father was in the British Indian Army.
Met my mother here.Married her here i believe.
His name was Avtar Singh.
Thats all i know about him.

My name is as on my birth certificate of singapore Gurdail Kaur.

I believe my grandfather from my mother was called Francis James.

Names connected to my mother either children or brothers or sisteers i think.
Rose, Margaret, Vincent, Alexandra/Alexandria, Sebastian.
After my parents died,when i was 12yrs old i tried to search through the British Red Cross/The Salvation Army.

Many Thanks
Angelina Gurdial Rose


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