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  1. #1
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    110 Years CAF Part 1

    Part 2 here: http://nameberry.com/nametalk/thread...53#post2698553

    Your name is ( choose girl’s name and middle name from here http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...04&gender=girl and your choice of surname ) and you were born in Brighton, England on the 28th of April, 1904 to (choose man’s name and middle name from here http://www.britishbabynames.com/blog...s-in-1870.html with previously chosen surname) and (choose woman’s name and middle name from here http://www.britishbabynames.com/blog...s-in-1870.html with previously chosen surname). You have blonde hair, and hazel eyes exactly like your mother. Your mother and father had already had two sons, ( boy’s name and middle name from here http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...900&gender=boy with previously chosen surname) and (boy’s name and middle name from here http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...902&gender=boy with previously chosen surname).

    Your first four years of life were overshadowed by World War I, but your father was not required to join up because he worked as a doctor, which was a reserved occupation. Men who worked in reserved occupations didn’t have to enlist because they were needed in their own countries. After the war finished, your family continued living in Brighton and you grew up happily, with a loving family.

    At the age of 18, you decide to follow in your father’s footsteps and go to train at The Princess Alexandra College of Nursing and Midwifery in London. After three years, you become a qualified nurse and begin work in the Antenatal Ward at St Thomas’s Hospital in London. There you meet a rather dashing doctor-in-training (choose boy’s name and middle name from here http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...902&gender=boy with your choice of surname), with dark hair and eyes who you feel completely at ease with. You court for a year before marrying at your family’s church in Brighton.

    You and (husband’s name) decide to move to India, in order to set up an antenatal clinic to help women with their babies. You live in India for three years, in which time you and (husband’s name) help hundreds of women and have amazing experiences, before deciding to return London in order to start a family. (Husband’s name) started working at St Thomas’s again, while you find the perfect house, and await the birth of your first child.

    You have a baby boy in 1930, a year after returning from India. You and (husband’s name) decide to give all of your children Hindi middle names, to honour the time that you spent in India. You name your son (name from http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...930&gender=boy and Hindi middle name with husband’s surname). He is a gorgeous baby, with dark hair like his daddy. (Son’s name) loves meeting people and holds out his chubby little arms to everyone for a cuddle, and no one can resist his huge hazel eyes. Two and half years after the birth of (son’s name), you and your husband welcome a little girl into your family. You are utterly delighted with your little girl, who you name ( first name from http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...32&gender=girl and Hindi middle name with husband’s surname) .

    (Sons’s name)
    adores his little sister and babbles to her constantly while she lies in her crib, and he was the one who she first smiled at. You and (husband’s name) loved to watch (Son’s name) and (daughter’s name) play together, and wanted to have another child . A baby boy arrived in 1935, who you named (first name from http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...935&gender=boy and Hindi middle name with husband’s surname). (2nd son’s name) was a very happy baby, doted on my his older brother and sister. Your family continued their lives, with your husband still working at St Thomas’s and you raising your children, and dog (Dog’s name) the (dog’s breed).

    World War II began, bringing in rations and bombings of London during which time you unexpectedly fell pregnant. You and (husband’s name)had decided not to have any more children, but welcomed the new arrival in this time of hardship. To your surprise, you gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl.You named them (boy’s name from here http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...940&gender=boy and Hindi middle name with husband’s surname) and (girl’s name from here http://www.cafemom.com/special/baby_...40&gender=girl and Hindi middle name with husband’s surname).

    At the end of 1940, you were a mother of five, surrounded by war and unsafe in your home city. You refused to be evacuated during your pregnancy, wanting to stay with your husband while he worked at the hospital, but sent your three elder children to be with your mother in Brighton, and then joined them after the birth of the twins.

    List your family here, ages are already there.
    You: {36}
    DH: {38}
    DS: {10}
    DD: {8}
    DS2: {5}
    DS3: {NB}
    DD2: {NB}
    Dog:
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    Sadie - Isla - Eva - Lucy

    Theodore - Henry - Alfie - Gabrie
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    Middle names
    Leona - Mary - April - Vivienne - Caroline - Josephine
    Hugh - Iain - Colm - Robert - George - Alexander

  2. #3
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    Sep 2011
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    Your name is Hazel Margaret Webster and you were born in Brighton, England on the 28th of April, 1904 to Amos William Webster and Ada Florence. You have blonde hair, and hazel eyes exactly like your mother. Your mother and father had already had two sons, Charles Walter Webster *Charlie* and Henry Thomas Webster.

    Your first four years of life were overshadowed by World War I, but your father was not required to join up because he worked as a doctor, which was a reserved occupation. Men who worked in reserved occupations didn’t have to enlist because they were needed in their own countries. After the war finished, your family continued living in Brighton and you grew up happily, with a loving family.

    At the age of 18, you decide to follow in your father’s footsteps and go to train at The Princess Alexandra College of Nursing and Midwifery in London. After three years, you become a qualified nurse and begin work in the Antenatal Ward at St Thomas’s Hospital in London. There you meet a rather dashing doctor-in-training William Harold Thackeray, with dark hair and eyes who you feel completely at ease with. You court for a year before marrying at your family’s church in Brighton.

    You and William decide to move to India, in order to set up an antenatal clinic to help women with their babies. You live in India for three years, in which time you and William help hundreds of women and have amazing experiences, before deciding to return London in order to start a family. William started working at St Thomas’s again, while you find the perfect house, and await the birth of your first child.

    You have a baby boy in 1930, a year after returning from India. You and William decide to give all of your children Hindi middle names, to honour the time that you spent in India. You name your son Jack Harsha Thackeray. He is a gorgeous baby, with dark hair like his daddy. Jack loves meeting people and holds out his chubby little arms to everyone for a cuddle, and no one can resist his huge hazel eyes. Two and half years after the birth of Jack, you and your husband welcome a little girl into your family. You are utterly delighted with your little girl, who you name Evelyn Priya Thackeray.

    Jack adores his little sister and babbles to her constantly while she lies in her crib, and he was the one who she first smiled at. You and William loved to watch Jack and Evelyn play together, and wanted to have another child. A baby boy arrived in 1935, who you named Joseph Mohan *Joey* Thackeray. Joey was a very happy baby, doted on my his older brother and sister. Your family continued their lives, with your husband still working at St Thomas’s and you raising your children, and Roxy the retriever.

    World War II began, bringing in rations and bombings of London during which time you unexpectedly fell pregnant. You and William had decided not to have any more children, but welcomed the new arrival in this time of hardship. To your surprise, you gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl.You named them Thomas Rajesh Thackeray and Margaret Rajani *Maggie* Thackeray.

    At the end of 1940, you were a mother of five, surrounded by war and unsafe in your home city. You refused to be evacuated during your pregnancy, wanting to stay with your husband while he worked at the hospital, but sent your three elder children to be with your mother in Brighton, and then joined them after the birth of the twins.

    You: {36} Hazel Margaret (Webster) Thackeray
    DH: {38} William Harold Thackeray
    DS: {10} Jack Harsha Thackeray
    DD: {8} Evelyn Priya Thackeray
    DS2: {5} Joseph Mohan *Joey* Thackeray
    DS3: {NB} Thomas Rajesh Thackeray
    DD2: {NB} Margaret Rajani *Maggie* Thackeray
    Dog: Roxy
    Current Favorite Combos (not necessarily all of my favorite names):
    Alba Jolene, Avia Merrick, Hazel Deanna, Jovie Wren, Kendra Elise, Lux Athena, Margo Wren, Oona Lorene, Phoebe Alexis
    Ansel Gregory, Byron Robert, Ford Jeffrey, Lyle Prescott, Seaton Leo, Solomon Jack *Solo*

  3. #5
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    Your name is Alice Margaret Taylor and you were born in Brighton, England on the 28th of April, 1904 to Ernest Michael Taylor and Catherine Mary Taylor. You have blonde hair, and hazel eyes exactly like your mother. Your mother and father had already had two sons, George Albert Taylor and Edward William Taylor.

    Your first four years of life were overshadowed by World War I, but your father was not required to join up because he worked as a doctor, which was a reserved occupation. Men who worked in reserved occupations didn't have to enlist because they were needed in their own countries. After the war finished, your family continued living in Brighton and you grew up happily, with a loving family.

    At the age of 18, you decide to follow in your father’s footsteps and go to train at The Princess Alexandra College of Nursing and Midwifery in London. After three years, you become a qualified nurse and begin work in the Antenatal Ward at St Thomas’s Hospital in London. There you meet a rather dashing doctor-in-training Walter Charles Ferguson, with dark hair and eyes who you feel completely at ease with. You courted for a year before marrying at your family’s church in Brighton.

    You and Walter decide to move to India, in order to set up an antenatal clinic to help women with their babies. You live in India for three years, in which time you and Walter help hundreds of women and have amazing experiences, before deciding to return London in order to start a family. Walter started working at St Thomas’s again, while you find the perfect house, and await the birth of your first child.

    You have a baby boy in 1930, a year after returning from India. You and Walter decide to give all of your children Hindi middle names, to honour the time that you spent in India. You name your son Henry Sajan Ferguson. He is a gorgeous baby, with dark hair like his daddy. Henry loves meeting people and holds out his chubby little arms to everyone for a cuddle, and no one can resist his huge hazel eyes. Two and half years after the birth of Henry, you and your husband welcome a little girl into your family. You are utterly delighted with your little girl, who you name Eva Nayana Ferguson.

    Henry adores his little sister and babbles to her constantly while she lies in her crib, and he was the one who she first smiled at. You and Walter loved to watch Henry and Eva play together, and wanted to have another child . A baby boy arrived in 1935, who you named Alfred Kamal Ferguson. Alfred was a very happy baby, doted on my his older brother and sister. Your family continued their lives, with your husband still working at St Thomas’s and you raising your children, and dog Rover the labrador.

    World War II began, bringing in rations and bombings of London during which time you unexpectedly fell pregnant. You and Walter had decided not to have any more children, but welcomed the new arrival in this time of hardship. To your surprise, you gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl.You named them William Vishnu Ferguson and Audrey Deva Ferguson.

    At the end of 1940, you were a mother of five, surrounded by war and unsafe in your home city. You refused to be evacuated during your pregnancy, wanting to stay with your husband while he worked at the hospital, but sent your three elder children to be with your mother in Brighton, and then joined them with the twins after their birth.

    You: Alice Margaret Ferguson nee Taylor {36}
    DH: Walter Charles Ferguson {38}
    DS: Henry Sajan Ferguson {10}
    DD: Eva Nayana Ferguson {8}
    DS2: Alfred Kamal Ferguson{5}
    DS3: William Vishnu Ferguson {NB}
    DD2: Audrey Deva Ferguson {NB}
    Dog: Rover
    Sadie - Isla - Eva - Lucy

    Theodore - Henry - Alfie - Gabrie
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    Middle names
    Leona - Mary - April - Vivienne - Caroline - Josephine
    Hugh - Iain - Colm - Robert - George - Alexander

  4. #7
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    Your name is Clara Marie Ward and you were born in Brighton, England on the 28th of April, 1904 to Dr Edgar Henry Archibald Ward and Lady Maude Catherine Ward
    You have blonde hair, and hazel eyes exactly like your mother. Your mother and father had already had two sons, Lord Albert Henry Clarence Ward & James William Ward

    Your first four years of life were overshadowed by World War I, but your father was not required to join up because he worked as a doctor, which was a reserved occupation. Men who worked in reserved occupations didn’t have to enlist because they were needed in their own countries. After the war finished, your family continued living in Brighton and you grew up happily, with a loving family.

    At the age of 18, you decide to follow in your father’s footsteps and go to train at The Princess Alexandra College of Nursing and Midwifery in London. After three years, you become a qualified nurse and begin work in the Antenatal Ward at St Thomas’s Hospital in London. There you meet a rather dashing doctor-in-training, Edward George Windsor, with dark hair and eyes who you feel completely at ease with. You court for a year before marrying at your family’s church in Brighton.

    You and Edward decide to move to India, in order to set up an antenatal clinic to help women with their babies. You live in India for three years, in which time you and Edward help hundreds of women and have amazing experiences, before deciding to return London in order to start a family. Edward started working at St Thomas’s again, while you find the perfect house, and await the birth of your first child.

    You have a baby boy in 1930, a year after returning from India. You and Edward decide to give all of your children Hindi middle names, to honour the time that you spent in India. You name your son Henry Arjun Windsor. He is a gorgeous baby, with dark hair like his daddy. Henry loves meeting people and holds out his chubby little arms to everyone for a cuddle, and no one can resist his huge hazel eyes. Two and half years after the birth of Henry, you and your husband welcome a little girl into your family. You are utterly delighted with your little girl, who you name Alice Nila Windsor.

    Henry adores his little sister and babbles to her constantly while she lies in her crib, and he was the one who she first smiled at. You and Edward loved to watch Henry and Alice play together, and wanted to have another child . A baby boy arrived in 1935, who you named Edward Rohan Windsor. Edward Jr. was a very happy baby, doted on my his older brother and sister. Your family continued their lives, with your husband still working at St Thomas’s and you raising your children, and dog Ella the Pug.

    World War II began, bringing in rations and bombings of London during which time you unexpectedly fell pregnant. You and Edward Sr. had decided not to have any more children, but welcomed the new arrival in this time of hardship. To your surprise, you gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl. You named them Walter Pan Windsor and Dorothy Asha Windsor.

    At the end of 1940, you were a mother of five, surrounded by war and unsafe in your home city. You refused to be evacuated during your pregnancy, wanting to stay with your husband while he worked at the hospital, but sent your three elder children to be with your mother in Brighton, and then joined them after the birth of the twins.

    List your family here, ages are already there.
    You: Clara Marie Windsor {36} (née Ward)
    DH: Edward George Windsor {38}
    DS1: Henry Arjun Windsor {10}
    DD1: Alice Nila Windsor {8}
    DS2: Edward Rohan Windsor {5}
    DS3: Walter Pan Windsor {NB}
    DD2: Dorothy Asha Windsor {NB}
    Dog: Ella
    Lilia Nightingale Timothea Claire Poesi Martine •• Augustus Rhythm Bastien Vincent Gaspard Martinius

    Agnes ~ Clara ~ Esther ~ Signe
    Angus ~ Graham ~ Johan ~ Vincent

  5. #9
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    Your name is Mary Lucille "Lucy" Walker and you were born in Brighton, England on the 28th of April, 1904 to Archibald Frederick Walker and Sarah Florence Walker. You have blonde hair, and hazel eyes exactly like your mother. Your mother and father had already had two sons, Thomas Paul Walker and Samuel Frank Walker.

    Your first four years of life were overshadowed by World War I, but your father was not required to join up because he worked as a doctor, which was a reserved occupation. Men who worked in reserved occupations didn’t have to enlist because they were needed in their own countries. After the war finished, your family continued living in Brighton and you grew up happily, with a loving family.

    At the age of 18, you decide to follow in your father’s footsteps and go to train at The Princess Alexandra College of Nursing and Midwifery in London. After three years, you become a qualified nurse and begin work in the Antenatal Ward at St Thomas’s Hospital in London. There you meet a rather dashing doctor-in-training Henry James Armstrong, with dark hair and eyes who you feel completely at ease with. You court for a year before marrying at your family’s church in Brighton.

    You and Henry decide to move to India, in order to set up an antenatal clinic to help women with their babies. You live in India for three years, in which time you and Henry help hundreds of women and have amazing experiences, before deciding to return London in order to start a family. Henry started working at St Thomas’s again, while you find the perfect house, and await the birth of your first child.

    You have a baby boy in 1930, a year after returning from India. You and Henry decide to give all of your children Hindi middle names, to honour the time that you spent in India. You name your son Jack Arshad Armstrong. He is a gorgeous baby, with dark hair like his daddy. Jack loves meeting people and holds out his chubby little arms to everyone for a cuddle, and no one can resist his huge hazel eyes. Two and half years after the birth of Jack, you and your husband welcome a little girl into your family. You are utterly delighted with your little girl, who you name Betty Surina Armstrong.

    Jack adores his little sister and babbles to her constantly while she lies in her crib, and he was the one who she first smiled at. You and Henry loved to watch Jack and Betty play together, and wanted to have another child . A baby boy arrived in 1935, who you named Michael Barun Armstrong. Michael was a very happy baby, doted on my his older brother and sister. Your family continued their lives, with your husband still working at St Thomas’s and you raising your children, and dog Buster the dachshund.

    World War II began, bringing in rations and bombings of London during which time you unexpectedly fell pregnant. You and Henry had decided not to have any more children, but welcomed the new arrival in this time of hardship. To your surprise, you gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl. You named them Robert Devank Armstrong and Rosemary Leena Armstrong.

    At the end of 1940, you were a mother of five, surrounded by war and unsafe in your home city. You refused to be evacuated during your pregnancy, wanting to stay with your husband while he worked at the hospital, but sent your three elder children to be with your mother in Brighton, and then joined them after the birth of the twins.

    You: Mary Lucille "Lucy"{36}
    DH: Henry James {38}
    DS: Jack Arshad {10}
    DD: Betty Surina {8}
    DS2: Michael Barun {5}
    DS3: Robert Devank {NB}
    DD2: Rosemary Leena{NB}
    Dog: Buster

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