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List of enquiries
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1. 2013-Dec-30 Sid Reddy (Durban, S.Africa) is looking for Everetts, McMahons, Peacocks
2. 2015-Jun-28 Douglas Hodges (US(??)) is looking for Yvette (née) Claudius
3. 2015-Nov-02 Vivek Atodaria (Singapore(??)) is looking for the Benjamins of Alwar
4. 2015-Dec-26 Chandrika Dasgupta (India(??)) is looking for the Everetts of Jaipur

Details for Enquiry #1
2013-Dec-30 Sid Reddy (Durban, S.Africa) is looking for Everetts, McMahons, Peacocks
Hi Mrs T R Castellas,
I was a student at Rajasthan University (Agrawal College) during the 1970s. I was very warmly welcomed by the (Anglo-Indian) Everett Family of Jaipur. However, when I left India in 1978 I simply lost contact with them (at that time there were no e-mail or Cell phones).
Some of the Members of the Everett Family were:
Freddy - - Son
Betty - - - Daughter (Married an American by the name of Charles Z)
Cynthia - - Daughter
Geraldine - Daughter
The Mother, Mrs Everett, ran an English medium School at her Home in Jaipur.
I also recall meeting The Peacocks and The McMahons whilst in Jaipur.
I would be extremely grateful if you could please assist me in finding some Member of this Family in order for me to renew our old friendship.
Thank You,

- Sid Reddy
Dated: December 30, 2013.

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For your information, the editor has responded to Sid and is contacting the parties Sid's interested in getting back in touch with - well, at least the parties who are in Jaipur!
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