Who Do You Think 5 is the story of Kim Cattrall's grandfather George Baugh. He left his wife and 3 daughters and was never seen or heard from thereafter. Kim goes to Liverpool, England to start her search.
The above photo of Kim Cattrall is the result of a yahoo search.
Kim Cattrall was born in Liverpool, England and grew up in Canada. Kim takes this journey on behalf of her mother and 2 aunts. One clue is given to Kim from her aunt, a wedding dress story, which gives Kim a good lead. In London she has asked a researcher to search records on her grandfather, while she goes to Liverpool, England in search of George's younger sister Edna and her family.
While searching and gathering clues, Kim receives information from the researcher in London. She learns her grandfather married a second time with out benefit of divorce. George Baugh deserted his first family in 1938. In 1939 he married Isabella Oliver. Kim heads to Derbyshire to the village of Tudhoe, in Durham County.
Here Kim meets an archivist at Durham County Records office, where she learns George and Isabella lived in Tudhoe and 3 more children were born. Kim goes to a pub to ask questions and is given a phone book to look for names. In the phone book a Maisie Oliver is listed. Information received from Maisie she learns George had 2 sisters and both are still alive. Kim also learns that a daughter Irene was born to George and Isabella in Manchester.
George's sister Edna Radcliffe informed Kim that in 1960 George decided they were emigrating to Australia. Kim checks ancestry.com and finds that George Baugh died in 1974 and Isabella Baugh died in 1990. Maisie and Edna gave pictures to Kim that had George in them.
Here you can see each step taken one at a time. Kim had no desire to go to Australia to see the children from this second marriage. After the show was filmed Kim's mother Shane and her 2 sisters contacted their half-siblings in Australia.
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Note: George's behavior was shanmeless and scandalous to his own family. He did not keep in touch with his own sisters. Remember you will come across facts and information you never dreamed of.
Keep on researching, genealogy research is fascinating.