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Looking For Relatives Who Lived In Willesden - a Memory of Willesden.

I live in Australia but my great grandparents lived at 19 Leopold Rd Willesden. Apparently they were a railway family - my grandfather was Charles Holliss - his dad was John Holliss - other kids in the family were Annie George William Eric. I don't know if any of their relatives still live there but my mum who is 85 now was in contact just after the war!!!! because the house was being sold due to the death of John Holliss. Her name is Laura Hollis and her only brother was Joseph. I would be interested if anyone has any information about any member of the family who might still live in Willesden - cheers Virginia Byrnes

A memory shared by Virginia Byrnes on Mar 2nd, 2014.
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