No I haven't forgotten you.I work on my family history in drips and drabs when time and children permit.I haven't replied to you since July as I have been waitingon confirmation from my great aunt who apparently has a Cleeland Family Tree dating back to the 1200's.I don't know how involved it is and have written to her a couple of years ago as well with no response.This time I wrote down what information I had and asked her to confirm/correct it and again asked her for a copy or the opportunity to view her family tree chart - todate I have still not heard from her - apparently one of her own brothers has been after a copy of the tree for some years but to no avail. Anyway regarding my great grandfather Reginald Percival Cleeland that information I can give you and I know it to be factually correct.Reginald Percival was the youngest born of Francis and Sarah.Reginald Percival being born on 3rd August, 1884 in Fitzroy. Vic.Reginald joined the Police Force and in June of 1912 married Amy Alice Arlette Young born 9 December, 1892 in Ballarant, daughter of David Young, miner born in Edinburgh in approx 1830 (his parents I do not know) and Elizabeth Hunter Campbell born 1858 in Ballarat, daughter of Thomas Campbell and Margaret Henderson.Reginald and Amy had 8 children, Frances Maude 1912 (my grandmother), George Arthur 1914, Elizabeth Merlyn 1917 (known as merle), Clyde Herbert 1920 died in Papua New Guinea in WW2 on 18.7.1944, Phillip Myles 1923 (I am in contact with), Reginald Raymond 1926, Lylah Melrose 1932 (the great aunt with the tree) and Coral Jean 1933.Reginald was a Police Constable and was involved in the Police Strike of 1920s.He joined the force on 2 March, 1911, registration number 5609 and was discharged at the rank of constable on the 3rd November 1923.His occupation prior to joining the force was that of a Box Maker.He was a foot policeman, his stations were mainly around the city area being stationed at Russell St, after he married he transferred to Sth Melb, then went on to Sth Yarra and then to Collingwood. His last station was at East Melbourne.He was discharged as a resulf of the Police Strikes for "refusing duty".My own mother lived with her grandparents as a child, in fact my grandparents Frances Maude Cleeland and Leslie William Mounsey had their first four children whilst living with Reginald and Amy.Reginald Percival died on 12th August, 1948 aged 63 years and Amy Alice died on 12th April, 1953 at the age of 60,Their graves are at the Fawkner Cemetery. I hope this information is of assistance to you.I will keep waiting to hear back from my great aunt, perhaps my mum or great uncle could chase he up for me, although I don't hold much hope.If I can help you with anything else or you want further detail please let me know. Perhaps in future we could email directly????