Forward by Flemming Holm

I began to research my ancestry in earnest in the 1960s. Then I laid the matter on the shelf until my trip to Denmark in 1980. After my retirement in 1991 I bought a computer and started writing again.

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3. Family life 1957-1980

Flemming met June at the Atlantic Christian Training Centre in Tatamagouche, NS (now the Tatamagouche Centre) where she was taking a winter course for which he was a part-time instructor. They married in 1957 and had four children. Flemming and June … Continue reading

A humanitarian acupuncture project in India that Flemming would have loved

On the first anniversary of my father’s death, I find myself occupied with the launch of a new website. How fitting, because he would have loved this project. Barefoot Acupuncturists offers acupuncture to the poor in the slums of Mumbai, … Continue reading