In getting his memoir onto the Internet, John Flann had generous practical help and support and encouragement from his sons. Nicholas first got him in interested in websites as the new way to communicate information, and helped him develop Hintock Branch. Christopher greatly assisted with acquiring and setting up the website(s) and with the use of WordPress to organize the content. He also put his energies and writing skills as an attorney to work as editor.
John Flann owes two old comrades who feature prominently in memoir more than a word of thanks. The late Tim Tate-Smith and Ian Styles cheerfully read the first draft and made many useful comments.
And last and by no means least John Flann acknowledges with gratitude his wife Jeanne for her patience and understanding during the course of the long hours he spent writing, reviewing and preparing this memoir for publishing.