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nrzamPerson was signed in when posted
06-26-2008
10:28 AM ET (US)
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Dion Geldenhuys
12-24-2007
04:21 PM ET (US)
Dion Geldenhuys,
                I was a boarder at the Hubert Young,and the Herbert Stanley until the grand opening of Gilbert Rennie, Form 1 1955.Does anyone remember day scholers....Tommy Willows,John Cownley?
              I live in Indiana USA now and I Miss Africa,Thankfull for the wonderful memories of growing up in Northeren Rhodesia.
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Phil Edwards
08-19-2007
10:01 AM ET (US)
Alan Dock Your name rings a bell with me. I have an older brother Dave
Edwards now 68 who proceeded me at the Lusaka Boys School and then Rennie.
or am I confusing you with Dock Green who was mates with Dave, Ralph Gilges and Dick Shepherd ?
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Clive Lawrence
07-23-2007
01:48 AM ET (US)
Yes, that's the man! Many thanks.

Best wishes

Clive Lawrence

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Chris WallerPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2007
09:13 PM ET (US)
Clive,
Harold Rea ex GRS 1957-1962 was still living in Kitwe some 5 years ago.
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Clive Lawrence
07-15-2007
04:26 AM ET (US)
Went to GR between 1957-60, having been to Woodlands before. Anything known about John Meadows, David Campbell and a lad in my class whose surname was Rea?
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Tony
04-14-2007
07:25 AM ET (US)
Great to see this website, Peter Bromwich put me onto it. Amazing to see Alan Dock's name, it would be good to contact him again. I'm living in Townsville, Queensland, and having a ball. Gilbert Rennie was pivotal in my life - wonderful experience. Have recently had dinner with Mary Fisher. Tony Lamont
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