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On November 30, 1936
The Crystal Palace at Sydenham, designed by Joseph Paxton and originally constructed in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851, burned down.
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Helliwell - Lanarkshire
Date(s) : 1915
morgan - Ireland
Date(s) : 1770 to 1850
Fromwell - Lancashire
Date(s) : 1800-1855
Osborne - England
Date(s) : 1925 to 2020
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The service was established in 1885 for the purpose of tracing adult members of family with whom contact has been lost - whether recently or in the distant past.

The Salvation Army operates in well over 100 countries around the world.

Every working day of the year, at least 10 people are successfully traced and reunited with their families in the United Kingdom alone.

Maybe we can help with your search. Enquiries from within the United Kingdom should be sent (stamped addressed return envelope, please) to

The Salvation Army
Family Tracing Service
101 Newington Causeway
London SE1 6BN


Telephone: 020-7367 4747
(Monday to Friday - 8.15 am to 3.45 pm)



 
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