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A trip to my Spanish homeland

Never in her wildest dreams did Elaine O’Donnell ever imagine what an exceptional path she would take in search of her maternal Spanish roots…

Top left: Adolfo Garcia, Cuba, 1909

Top right: Elaine’s grandparents Eulalia Benitez and Adolfo Garcia on their wedding day, 15 February 1909

Above left: Adolfo Garcia in Spanish Army Uniform, Havana, Cuba, 15 March 1907

Above centre: Elaine’s mother and father – Mary Garcia Wyatt and Edward Wyatt

Above far right: Elaine’s grandmother Eulalia Garcia holding her mother, Mary, in 1920. Uncle Adolfo Jr (left) and Uncle Hilario (right)

TRACING ROOTS BACK TO SPAIN

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