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MISSING FRIENDS

[From ‘Lloyd’s Weekly Xews.’] Ball (Wilfred), late of Reigaie, was employed on a. sheep ranch at San Julian, Patagonia, 12 months ago ; may have gone to -Australia or New Zealand. Sister Winifred asks. Lawrence (Emma), nee Luce, was living Kenwick Park, Cannington, Western Australia, 1888. Daughter Ada asks. Eelph (l*iomafi) was heard of living in an hotel at Melbourne, Australia, mainyears ago. Sister Ellen asks. Brame (Benjamin) was living Xew Farm. Australia, 1912. Sister asks. Marron (Bridget and Mary) left Anghucloghan, Can idem across. 1867, for Hokokitu, Christchurch, X.Z. ; last heard of 20 years ago. Brother Peter asks. Vi'oodhead (Charles), of Eaglescliffs Junction, wcxrt to Western Australia five years ago; last heard of three years later. Grandmother asks. Leigh (Christopher Holt) left London three years ago; was last heard of at Christchurch, b.ew Zealand, August, 1915. Parents and brother Deo ask. Bose (Edward), a ship’s steward, late of Southampton, was last heard of Xew Zea-lan-cL 1912. Sister- Emiaie as.'k.'s. Grimwood (Mary), nee Moore, was heard of living at Perth, Western Australia, six years ago. Sister asks. Cuss (John William Selby), late of Bathford, near Bristol, was living Mackay, Queensland, 20 year’s ago. Mother asks. Garland (William Hugden) was, it. cattle dealer, neighborhood of Melbourne 1832, Sister Amue ask*.

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MISSING FRIENDS, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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MISSING FRIENDS Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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