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  • Gender Male 
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    Oldest Known Ancestors
    Paternal Line: James Roy b. Abt 1795
    Maternal Line: Nancy Cooke b. 9 Apr 1922
    Person ID I817  Roy~Royes | Royes Australia, Claxton-Harris, Clements, Elias-Roy, Healey-Roy, Hougham, Logan, Moody, Mordaunt, Roy, Roy-Fraser, Roy-Manning, Royes, Russell
    Last Modified 21 Jan 2017 

    Father Living 
    Mother Living 
    Family ID F2  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Living 
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    Last Modified 28 Mar 2014 02:30:18 
    Family ID F12  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Maurie Roy - 4 generations
    Maurie Roy - 4 generations
    On his 80th birthday, this is Maurie with son Bruce, grandson Andrew, and great grandson Sam

    Documents
    Andrew Roy's <i>Raising Teenage Boys</i> published 2012
    Andrew Roy's Raising Teenage Boys published 2012
    in print, e-book and audio book

    "Not since Steve Biddulph have we heard such a refreshing voice trumpeting the cause for raising our boys in a more engaged and present manner. Andy Roy makes this complex and complicated journey simple, clear and exceptionally emotionally engaged. Roy sets the social context beautifully, addresses the functionality of the teenage brain, and offers simple and easy to apply strategies that put parents on the same page (even separated ones!) and take the conflict out of the parent-child relationship. If all boys were raised according to Roy's simple philosophy, I can't help feeling that the world would be a very different place for young men and those they love. This book is a right of passage for all those parents travelling the journey of raising boys!"
    - Heather Yelland, Director, SuperCamp Australia