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QUEENIE ALEXANDRA TETZLOFF (1911-1980)

Queenie was the only surving child of Philip Henry Tetzloff and Ada Mundy. Philip Tetzloff was a Sargeant with the Lancashire Fusiliers. He was killed in action on Wednesday October 23, 1918. Ada was working as a nurse in Dover when she met my grandfather. They were married there in June 1919 and then travelled back to Canada. They had six children together (1920-1927). Ada contracted tuberculosis and died on April 22, 1929. She is buried at Transcona Cemetery.

There are so many families who are inter-connected with the Goldsack Family that one must investigate them in order to fully understand the Goldsack Clan.

In my case there are the Cousens, Wraights, Holmes, Hunts, Hogbens, Youngs and Chandlers - to name just a few.

The sites below will direct you to a few sites that will help you explore some of these families.

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http://www.holmansl.freeserve.co.uk/wraight.html
A Wraight Site.
http://www.cwgc.org/
Commonwealth War Graves
http://www.genealogy.com/users/g/o/l/Larry-Goldsack/WIZARD/searches.html?Welcome=10
Check it out. Build your own tree.

http;//www.ajell.btinternet.co.uk/i0000053.htm
Family of Peter Goldsack (1841). The son of William Goldsack (1811) and Sarah Holmes (1818).
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/index.html
Kent Genealogy
http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl
Look up Births, Deaths and Marriages 1837-1901.
http://www37.pair.com/sundown/Sharp/piratepoem.htm
Captain Isaac Goldsack - the Pirate.



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