Lost friend finding Service
Friends Reconnected Team People Tracers spanning the entire world.
Below John and his wife, Libby
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Finding Lost Friends is our Forte!
Reconnecting lost friends, family members, long-lost mates, rekindling a lost love, ex-school friend and first sweethearts. This is our everyday bread and butter.
Ironically, John is known in some quarters as- the “silver fox.” He’s been academically engaged in searching for lost people and genealogy for over 55 years. Although now retired he spends most of his time assisting us with people tracing,
John says:- “Our people finding service-
Brings us a wonderful and excitingly new, and different challenge each and every time.
Luckily, searching for lost friends is something none of us around here ever tire of.
John says:- “I have been fascinated with the task of people tracing ever since I was a teenager”.
His journey began by visiting his local reference library. Endlessly browsing through who’s -who- lists.
He recalls spending hours -upon- end, in magnificent old “Gothic” style buildings with creaking oak staircases.
Encountering many a stern librarian, who would quickly hiss out at you if you made too much noise for their liking.
Cherished memories of elegant reading rooms, quill pens, and the customary ornate wall clock. Staring at long lists of names and street addresses, something which never bored him.
In fact, he always found the challenge of searching for a lost person, very invigorating.
John’s days spent in the local reference library section began at around age 13 (1958 ish).
Today, his reputation precedes him. Highly respected and sought after within the ‘people finder’ community. You can always arrange a chat with him regarding your enquiries. He is in his element, mixing with people of him own generation (teenagers from the 1960s) In his element, recalling so many names, places, and events. Enveloped in talking to so many intelligent, respectful and kind people. Something which today has largely disappeared. Instead, we see anger, bitterness and disdain towards the elderly.
We actually maintain communications with many of our former clients. They are very welcome, and encouraged to call us as often as they wish.
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Contact us via phone:- Contact: Tel: 07561 698 453 email: firstname.lastname@example.org