Posted on 18-02-2011 10:53
Manic six months, haven't had chance to do anything so hopefully can now start getting back into the swing of things.
Does anyone have any info on or whereabouts of the Docwra bridge that was built in South America which i believe my father and uncle (Clifford & Clifford) has something to do with
Posted on 18-02-2011 10:54
Hi Raymond, Good to hear from you again. I've been wondering what happened to you. I e-mailed you a couple of times but didn't hear back so figured you were either busy or had changed your e-mail address.
I've not managed to find anything else about the bridge at all yet - frustrating isn't it? Perhaps we need to go ask on the South American lists and again on the SA board?
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Posted on 18-02-2011 10:56
I am SLOWLY getting back into the swing of things.
I have just had an e-mail from a Neil at the Brits in South America database.
He has Clifford (Senior) on his database and he will send on whatever details he has. He is going on holiday today but will forward it when he gets back in two weeks.
Hope you are keeping well
Hopefully see you soon
Posted on 18-02-2011 10:57
Hi Raymond, glad to hear you're getting back in action.
I think you'll find that the BISA entry is my enquiry to Neil - I wrote to him in Nov 2003 and he added my query to the database then. I was hoping someone else may have contributed more info by now but it doesn't look like it. It appears that there's only thee and me following this trail at the moment.
Posted on 18-02-2011 10:58
Just sitting here going through the online public records office.
Seem to be getting a lot of hits for Docwra, Clifford G
Looks like he was getting a war disability pension 1920-1923 for Colitis
Looks like you could spend hours going through this site. It's going to be a Long Weekend