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Howard Brown
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Username: Howard

Post Number: 728
Registered: 7-2004
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I recently recieved an e-mail from the great-grandson of Reverend Alex McAuslane, the East End mission director,that RDS is said to have edited sermons for.

Hello Howard,

I understand that you have been making enquiries
about The Rev. Alexander McAuslane. I am working on my family history and would
be grateful for any information that you might have about my great grandfather. I hope you can help. Any photos would be great.


Paul McAuslane

For the life of me,I could swear I had a photo of the mission Rev.Mcauslane was in charge of,but cannot locate it.

So,should any of you fine people have a photo of the Mission or in fact, a photo or other data regarding Rev. McAuslane, let me know and I will send you Paul McAuslane's e-mail address and you can send it to him directly.....

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