Familie Kampen blijft na in Swansea , item 16

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A black and white studio photograph possibly taken in South Wales of Alphonse Joseph François Kampen 9.2.1888 - 17.12.1935, together with his wife Marguerite Van Opdorp, born 9.8.1892, their son Willy (Corneille Emile Guillaume Kampen) born in Borgerhout le 10.6.1914.   The woman with her hand on Marguerite's shoulder may be her mother as she is wearing a dress of the same material and design as her daughter, the man at left back may be her father, the young girl in the middle her younger sister.


Across the bottom of the photo written in white then inked out is:

"Belgian Refugees Now Staying At Cwmtwrch"


or perhaps it was taken in Belgium or Holland before the young family's departure.

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A black and white studio photograph possibly taken in South Wales of Alphonse Joseph François Kampen 9.2.1888 - 17.12.1935, together with his wife Marguerite Van Opdorp, born 9.8.1892, their son Willy (Corneille Emile Guillaume Kampen) born in Borgerhout le 10.6.1914.   The woman with her hand on Marguerite's shoulder may be her mother as she is wearing a dress of the same material and design as her daughter, the man at left back may be her father, the young girl in the middle her younger sister.


Across the bottom of the photo written in white then inked out is:

"Belgian Refugees Now Staying At Cwmtwrch"


or perhaps it was taken in Belgium or Holland before the young family's departure.


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  • February 15, 2019 00:40:43 Stella Watkin

    A black and white studio photograph possibly taken in South Wales of Alphonse Joseph François Kampen 9.2.1888 - 17.12.1935, together with his wife Marguerite Van Opdorp, born 9.8.1892, their son Willy (Corneille Emile Guillaume Kampen) born in Borgerhout le 10.6.1914.   The woman with her hand on Marguerite's shoulder may be her mother as she is wearing a dress of the same material and design as her daughter, the man at left back may be her father, the young girl in the middle her younger sister.


    Across the bottom of the photo written in white then inked out is:

    "Belgian Refugees Now Staying At Cwmtwrch"


    or perhaps it was taken in Belgium or Holland before the young family's departure.


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    Samer Jadallah
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