Family originated from County Kerry , Ireland. Family farm now owned by the Sullivan family. Before WW2 my Grandfather Patrick Sugrue moved to England and worked for Fords for 42 years at Dagenham and Basildon Plants in Essex. He married Ellen Sutton and had two sons , John and James. Both sons had childhoods in Dagenham before the family home moved to Basildon. John married Christine Denton and have three children , Marc , Michelle and Stephen. Marc has six children and two grandchildren , Michelle has two and Stephen has one.
To keep family memory alive am seeking more info.
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