Mervyn Stanton 1921-2012


21st September 2012
It is with great sadness I must relay the news of the death of my Great Uncle Mervyn (STANTON) at the grand old age of 91.
An important catalyst of my early interest in genealogy, many people who I have been in touch with over the years will be familiar with his name and aware of the significant contribution he made to the research held on this website.
I will miss his sage advice and fascinating family anecdotes. And I will carry forward his rigorous insistence on reliable source materials! But most of all, I will remember with great fondness a truly wonderful, caring and remarkable man whom it has been my privilege to know.
Rest in peace Uncle Mervyn.

"I want all the family to know how happy you've made me. I love you all. Thank you."
Mervyn Stanton 29/08/2012

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