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Re: The Vian Name - England
Posted by: Nigel Vian Date: April 14, 2001 at 16:42:16
In Reply to: Re: The Vian Name - England by Alan Vian of 124

Hi Alan,
I met our brother at the 'Blazing Donkey' in Eastry near Sandwich in Kent, where I live. There were only two families having a meal and I could not believe my ears when Jeff gave his name to the landlord as he had booked a meal there. What are the chances of two sets of Vians coming together in one very isolated country pub? I think he said he had a relative living in Walmer? My older son is called Tom!
Thanks for the note.

Happy Easter

Nigel Vian & family.


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