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21 January 2013


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I was at Brighton high school with Margaret for a short time. I would love to know where she is now.

Hi Harry, I am the grandson of Velma Boisen, and Bill Collins. My name is John Collins. My parents are Ross and CheryI Collins.

I grew up hearing many stories about the awesome "Uncle Frank" and even inherited one of his cats before I was born. Her name was Sherry.

Some of my very first memories as a child were at a beautiful property near Hervey Bay with red setters and a very funny duck. I'm lead to believe that these great moments were at Arthur's place.

I have always been told, what a great man Uncle Frank was. I'm very proud of what I have learnt so far and I can now tell I'm going to learn a whole lot more.

Thank you for posting such great words about Frank, I'm so happy he has been a great influence on your life.

Hi Jennifer. I'm the go-between. Please send me an email ( and I will give you his contact details.

Hello, I am Jennifer Boisen, that third child. Happy to have contact with Harry.

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