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Old 12th August 2018, 15:53
IFRussell IFRussell is offline
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Stuart Le Fevre

Hi Nina

Yes sorry, just a typo, it is spelled correctly in the novel.

I have added a note in the dedication:
"To the family of Captain Stuart Le Fevre, who sadly passed away in 2006. He was a true gentleman and did everything he could to get me back to sea. I offer my condolences and greatest respect to his family.
To the crew of Grayswift and to the family of Ernest Favenc Chin, (1913 - 1959), to whom I give thanks for reasons which will become apparent.

I would love to contact his son and send him a copy. So please send me an email to [email protected]. I keep that just for the book mail.

Many thanks for your reply.

regards

Ian
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Old 12th August 2018, 15:56
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Hi Nina,

I just realised we may well have met on some occasion if you were there at the end of 1973

regards

Ian
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Old 15th August 2018, 20:13
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I have added a note in the dedication:
"To the family of Captain Stuart Le Fevre, who sadly passed away in 2006. He was a true gentleman and did everything he could to get me back to sea. I offer my condolences and greatest respect to his family.
To the crew of Grayswift and to the family of Ernest Favenc Chin, (1913 - 1959), to whom I give thanks for reasons which will become apparent.
Captain Stuart Le Fevre passed away in 2016, not 2006.
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Old 16th August 2018, 16:48
IFRussell IFRussell is offline
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Captain Stuart Le Fevre passed away in 2016, not 2006.
Hi, yes thank you for spotting that. I made contact with his son Jim Le Fevre this week and he pointed that out. Jim was very interested in the book so I sent him and his family a copy. He is going to send me some photographs of his father from the 70's.
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