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Re: Melbourne Allen Dymond Sr.
Posted by: Greg Kirchner (ID *****3202) Date: April 28, 2009 at 10:14:34
In Reply to: Re: Melbourne Allen Dymond Sr. by Lew Dymond of 122


I am inquiring about Melbourne Allen Dymond from the reply that you provided Jeffrey Dymond.

I would like to contact him regarding Melbourne Allen Dymond who was my biological father.

I am following up from a thread from the genealogy forum posted in May of 2001 to Jeffery Dymond regarding an inquiry response about Melbourne Allen Dymond Sr. My mother, Nancy Fritz, was married 1947 to a Melbourne Allen Dymond after WWII and had two children. They were in the Navy together, control tower operators and stationed in Norfolk, VA and aside from that I know very little. She had mentioned that he was married prior, lived in California (Sacramento?), pilot and also had a son (Jeffrey?). The DOB of 1924 would put them in the same age bracket. I hope that you do receive this email and would appreciate any follow up that would be helpful in learning about my lineage to pass onto my daughter. I am 56 years of age, was adopted at 2 yrs old, by her husband (John Kirchner) when she remarried. My sister just turned 61 in March.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you,

Greg Kirchner

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