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Feb 01, 2013
A Forbes from Oxford Rd.
by: D Wayne Forbes

Hi Janice I grew up at Oxford Rd. with my mother Elise Forbes nee Millingen. She was born in Panama but came back to Jamaica in the early 1920's. She married Max Forbes in 1939.

I will send you some information on my family and I hope you can give me details on

Thanks and best wishes,

Jan 31, 2013
by: janice holung

go to site: will have to pay a small fee but you can find most things you need there. however, you will have to estimate their DOB etc.

I was looking to find the forbes family who used to live on Oxford Rd, and their mom was Elise Milligen. I guess you must be one of them.

my email is
january 2013

Jun 27, 2011
by: lorna hughes

HI WAYNE I am related to R. hall give ma acall when you can 561 793 4610

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