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I am so exited about your replying to me,thankyou so very much indeed.I have no photographs of our great great grandparents Richard and Betsy or of Frederick Rawlinson Staddon my great great uncle a brother of great grandfather John Hamblin Staddon.So that my Grandad Charles Richard Staddon was a nephew of Frederick Rawlinson Staddon,the children of Frederick were cousins of my grandad and his sisters,my grandfather/grandad was the only boy among his sisters.And those sisters had daughters my second cousins /cousins of my Dad,and they are thankfully still alive and here in England.We have had no idea about Frederick Rawlinson Staddon or any of the rest of the family,and certainly have never known we had/have family in Canada/America.I wish this had come to light when my dear grandad and Dad were alive they would have been so happy by it.But better late than never as the saying goes,I am so very happy and so very very grateful you have replied to me,I hope we can really be in contact personally soon,its truely wonderful, like a dream for me.I have not been able to reply before now because my dear precious Mum was dying with Cancer,she has now died and I have had to arrange all the Funeral and ect ect,it has been a thoroughly horrible time with it all for me.Your replies to my quest about my Staddon family are a real God send at this time even especially so.I do hope and pray that you and yours are all very well.With very best of wishes, from Barry Staddon in London, England.