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||Liverpool, England UK
||Aug 09, 2000
I am desperately trying to make contact with Clarence John Tolley (AKA : CARL). Whose last known address to me was : 89, Booths Farm Road, Great Barr, Birmigham. England. United Kingdom. B42. 2NR. (DOB : 26th May 1938). (Former employee of Birmingham City Council Great Barr Swimming Baths).
The last time his and my daughter Carla and I was 5th January 1998. Carl's leaving left us heart broken and totally devastated.
Fathers day cards sent to Carl in June 98 were returned to sender which devastated our daughter Carla.
Since then I have had a 5th heart attack and both our daughter and I have been brutally attacked. The hospital tell me that they lost me twice in rescuss.
Our Daughter Carla is concerned that if anything happens to me that she will have no one and both Carla and I would love to have just one last chance to see Carl before anything does happen to me, and I am in failing health.
Carla and I still dearly love Carl and wish he had never left.
Both Carl and his relatives have changed their phone numbers to Ex directory Birmingham Cable Phone numbers following the widespread installation of cable phone service in Birmingham since January 98.
I am now unfit to travel the distance from Liverpool to Birmingham and Carla is ill too.
We have NO hard feelings toward Carl for disappearing on us, and want just one last time to see Carl, who himself has a heart condition.
We cannot contact him via his relatives Ann & Mike Dixon, who we believe have since moved from 10, Broadheath House, Overpool Road, Ward End, Birmingham. B8. Mike Dixon worked for "Tilcon" the cement company at their Meriden Branch near Coventry.
If anyone can help us to locate Carl or get a message to him, we would be very grateful.
Our contact details are : 31, Chetwynd Street, Aigburth. Liverpool. L17. 7AJ. Telephone : 0151. 283. 1089. firstname.lastname@example.org www.earthsense-international.org.uk http://www.ksnw29932.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk
Please help we are desperate.
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