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Alexandre Solka
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Hello Sam,

Thank you very much for your answer and I think indeed this is the right track! You’re welcome.)) I do take care of researches on egyptology and ancient Scandinavia. So detective work is almost my second profession and I love the world of the Royal Navy. I even have the future project to write a specific research booklet on the lieutenants and friends of Lord Nelson in the style of John Sugden, so help me God.

There just needs to be done further enquiry to precise even more in details the family relationships of the Goodricke and Fortescue
at the time of the paintings made by Sir John Ferneley but I definitely think this is the right pattern.

I will keep you informed of my findings. Myself being not on English soil, it will go a bit longer but I know all should be possible to find.

Many thanks as well and I look forward discussing more about it with you.

Sincerely yours,

Alexandre