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From: "Becky Horne" <>
Subject: Newspaper cuttings from the Eastern Cape - GADD
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 22:13:02 +0200
EP Herald, 24 Apr 1980
Birthday in the KNIGHT Clan
Mrs. Fay GADD, who will be 90 on April 30, is a fairly new Port Elizabeth resident. She is the mother of Mrs. Olga CORNWALL-JONES.
Mrs. GADD used to live with her daughter and son-in-law in Johannesburg, but when they too retired and decided to make their home in Port Elizabeth, Mrs. GADD became a resident in Laubscher Park, Walmer.
The remarkable thing about Mrs. GADD is that until a month before her 80th birthday she was gainfully employed as a bookkeeper and would possibly still be working if arthritis had not made writing a difficult task. Instead, she now concentrates on needlework and makes beautiful needlework tapestries.
One of Mrs. GADD's great-grandchildren, David KNIGHT of Port Elizabeth, aged 11, gained the highest marks recently in his Unisa violin exams. He is the eldest of the three children of Derek and Ann KNIGHT. The children now have two great-grandmothers, two grandmothers and a grandfather living in Port Elizabeth. The other great-grandmother is 95-year-old Mrs. Joyce SNOOK.
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