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Posted: 12/08/2013 20:00:12
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Hi Folks,
would be interested to hear from any body who knew or worked with my farther in the sixties at Glapwell. Bob Taylor. he was i believe a Borer. Might have been known by his full name Robert Taylor. Lived in Somersall nr Brampton,
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