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1 Kind regards from the centre of Amsterdam.
2 Kind regards to you and your wife.
3 Kind regards and thanks you for all your help.
4 The prioress and all the sisters desire their kind regards .
5 Kind regards KAY Hope I have not confused you.
6 Kind regards - and good luck !
7 Kind regards to you and Moira.
8 Kind regards to Father Soto also.
9 Kind regards from Angela, Marc and team Somers Wood!
10 All send their very kind regards to you, and I the same.
11 Kind regards Khawaja Commenter Monty Location Sydney I disagree Monty .
12 I am getting no bad vibes of any kind regarding this non-existent end-of-the-world situation.
13 Natural immunity and resistance from good overall husbandry is the very best remedy... kind regards .
14 Madame Guiomar and myself were together at the time; give my kind regards to her.
15 Give her my kind regards , for she knows well you ought to be the most beloved.
16 Give my very kind regards to Father Padilla: I praise God for the good health he enjoys.
17 Kind regards Christine Lux (nee White ex-resident of 47, Brook Street now living in Australia).
18 Give my very kind regards to Doña Juana, Pedro Alvarez, and to all the rest of the family.
19 My dear Arthur, I have waited for two hours for you, and do not like to be treated with such rudeness . . . . I shall not return to-night not at all, if I am to be treated with such rudeness. . . . I am consoling myself in your absence by getting screwed. . . . Mamma sends her kind regards , and will be glad to see you on Sunday.
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21 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Sheila Goodchild Date: Tuesday 21st September 2010 at 10:31 PM Dear Alan thank-you ever so much for all your help, do you help with world war two information as well, as my husbands father is a mystery waiting to be solved, if not which is the right road to go down with him. thank-you once again, Sheila.
22 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Brenda Date: Tuesday 19th April 2011 at 9:01 PM Alan Sorry, due to personal circumstances at the time, I did not thank you for your info re Will Harry Bridge Wilkinson.
23 Hi Alan I was wondering if during all the wonderful research you do,have you have any information on a shipping accident in which a ship called Sculcoates was involved in an incident at Immingham docks Nov 1915,in which 3 sailors ,Thomas Cochrane,Arthur J Holmes and William J Smart all drowned? kinds regards jim Reply from: Jimchelsea Date: Monday 8th August 2011 at 9:46 PM Srry Alan i have just found out that Sculcoates is a place name, not the ship involved jim Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Tuesday 9th August 2011 at 5:15 PM Dear Jim, All three men served on HMS "St George" (1892) which at the time was a depot ship based at Immingham as part of the support for the Humber Patrol.
24 Kind regards Janet Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Tuesday 3rd January 2012 at 6:24 PM Dear Janet, The only service record that has survived for the Petch brothers is one for David Petch who enlisted on January 26th 1917 at Beverley.
25 I am trying to trace the history of a man called mr cw fuller from tynemouth. i was on holiday in south africa near cape town few years ago and bought a gold pocket watch in a flea market. it is inscribed presented to cw fuller who was held in high esteem tynemouth 9 oct 1899. the watch still works. what was this watch doing in south africa.did he serve in the boer war. was it a retirement watch.its a mystery. kind regards eric williams Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Wednesday 24th February 2010 at 3:18 PM Dear Eric, Identifying C.W. Fuller positively will be a very difficult task.
26 Kind regards David Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Tuesday 27th July 2010 at 4:23 PM Dear David, The use of the word "France" in the case of Walter Baldwin's death refers to the Theatre of War which was: 1.
27 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Tod Date: Tuesday 3rd May 2011 at 8:51 PM Hi Alan, Thanks for your help.
28 Kind regards Jonboy Reply from: Aan Greveson Date: Sunday 30th September 2012 at 12:17 PM Dear Jonboy, The 1891 census showed William Nicholls was a widower living with three daughters and a housekeeper, Elizabeth Harris, who was single and ten years younger than he was.
29 Kind regards Captn.
30 Give my kind regards to my daughter Blanca, and tell her I am quite pleased with her, and very much obliged to her parents, for the kindness they have shown your Reverence.
31 She sends her very kind regards to you; and because I am writing, she thinks it unnecessary for her to write.
32 Please pass my kind regards to Gineyda and maybe we will meet onboard soon.......or maybe you will be defending me in court Write soon Cheers mate John cruisinggrandma Asked: Great blog John.
33 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Andrew Ashcroft Date: Wednesday 10th November 2010 at 12:42 PM Thank you Alan for your prompt informative reply,much appreciated.
34 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Peter Date: Wednesday 10th November 2010 at 10:24 AM Hello Alan, Once again many thanks for your prompt reply.
35 Kind regards Dene Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Wednesday 15th December 2010 at 6:52 PM Dear Dene, Searching for service records of soldiers with regimental numbers in the same series as Arthur Jennings has two flaws.
36 Kind regards Linda Stewart Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Wednesday 12th January 2011 at 5:15 PM Dear Linda, There is no obvious military record for such a soldier.
37 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Gerald Grainger Date: Monday 17th January 2011 at 4:25 PM Hello Alan Could I ask, you if you could help me any further in my search for Edgar Grainger?
38 Kind regards Alan Reply from: Val Liddington Date: Tuesday 11th January 2011 at 4:25 PM Hello Alan - thank you once more for doing that bit of investigating for me - I seem to have very little luck in tracing the male members of my family, but find it very difficult to 'give-up'.
39 Kind regards Jonboy Reply from: Alan Greveson Date: Friday 31st January 2014 at 9:13 PM Dear Jonboy, William Alfred Cowling was a professional soldier who survived two wars despite being wounded.
40 Kind regards Andrew Hagley (Bampton born) This film and another are available commercially - see link on 'School' page.