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Old 2nd June 2019, 01:01   #1
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have a fab day Arnauld, Happy birthday many happy returns

make everyday a great day
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It's very nice & kind of you mates!
THANK YOU!

Next big & round anniversary: 1st of July next, you know who...
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Smile What to be given on your birthday?

Thank you @Roverlike & @COLVERT. It's very nice of you.

I'm waiting for my gifts: as Dads day - Fête des Pères - is to happen on the 16th next and we were only both of us yesterday, my better half decided it was better to pool both events on that day when children are coming home.
Have a guess on what I'm expecting...?
First book of Ed China & a Rover history DVD!
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Lightbulb 2nd of June 1953 bonus

Mum (nee Davis) sent her congratulations to HM the queen as soon as she had given birth to her baby son.
Here is the precious message she received a fortnight later even not directly from HM the queen's hand.
It's a piece of family history.
Should I add that my 3rd great granddad John CAVE is born on the 24th of May 1819, Stourbridge, Worcestershire... Got it?
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  • This vehicle was the 1,190th 75 2.5 V6 Contemporary to be made out of 8,214
  • This vehicle was the 2,032nd 75 in Atlantic Blue Pearlescent (code: JEY) to be made out of 2,572 Atlantic Blue Pearlescent 75s

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Old 3rd June 2019, 08:53   #8
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Thank you Bob.
BTW nearly the whole lot of my ancestors was mainly living all over Dorset!
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Thank you Bob.
BTW nearly the whole lot of my ancestors was mainly living all over Dorset!
Dorset is full of wonderful people!

I was born in Warwickshire, though.
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