Helping people locate friends and family they’ve lost contact with.
LOVAIT: I’d love to hear from Nita Lovait. I knew you in the 1960s around North End, Portsmouth.
POWELL: Brian Powell of Chapman’s Laundry, Portsmouth, I have not forgot my Windsor knot! Ex-van boy late-50s.
(023) 9258 0292
SMITH: I am trying to trace Peter John Smith, who was best man at our wedding in October, 1962.
We would like to contact him to ask him help us celebrate our golden wedding anniversary.
Peter was in the Merchant Navy in the early 1960s, serving on the RMS Ivernia and the RMS Queen Elizabeth.
I think his father worked for De Havilland at Portsmouth Airport.
Zambelli: We are also looking for Jackie who was our bridesmaid.
Jackie worked in Shimbarts a tailors in Portsea. She was a friend of Brenda Salvage who is now my sister-in-law.
If anyone knows of them or their whereabouts could they contact us please.
Bob and Chris Burke
0774 0775 580
NEWBY: I am trying to find my daughter Tracy Anne. She is 48 now and believed to be living in Hampshire/Isle of Wight or West Sussex. I have cancer, I am 74 and long to find my daughter. I have not seen her for seven years.
Mrs D P Newby
78 Longwood Avenue
MIKE WEBB: We will be celebrating our Ruby Wedding in January and would dearly love to trace our best man, Mike Webb.
All the lads played football for the Queen Alex pub in Mile End and they were called Lamfrank.
His father was a butcher at Coopers Butchers in Kingston Road and Mike worked at IBM at the time.
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