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Dyer’s roots – second part.

By - Thursday July 19, 2012
Keep on meeting Dyer’s ancestors:

John Dyer: here you can see my ancestor John drying Queen Victoria’s hair. He was a good employee and did impress everyone, singin’ “God save the Queen” while at work.

Venus Dyer: for a long time people thought she was a UFO, as she had little in common with my other ancestors. She was the very first to use warm air to dry the hair in a more efficient way.

Sam Dyer: my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-granddad was very popular thanks to this new electric resistance system. So popular that he acted in the advertisement “Some like it hot but not too much”. His career tragically ended when he burned his last resistance.

To be continued…