|David and Marilyn Sullivan's Family Tree|
to David and Marilyn Sullivan's genealogy web site. Apart from our
family tree, the site also contains a selection of schoolchildren's
howlers collected by David's father during his career as a school
teacher. It also holds a transcript of his diary, written (in defiance
of army regulations!) as a radio operator during the Sicilian campaign
of the Second World War - the original diary is now lodged in the
Imperial War Museum in London. Also on this site is a page aimed at
placing people in contact with other relatives around the world,
together with links to other genealogy sites.
And new last year is a guide to finding the information you need to research your family tree.
Oh, and there's also a bio about the 2 of us which we're sure you're absolutely
dying to read, so please come in!
|Last updated: 11 June 2001|
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