A HOLME Valley man has spent seven years researching his family tree.
Now, Graham Overton, of Honley, has succeeded in getting more than 70 members of his family together.
The reunion is being held tomorrow at the Jack O' Mitre pub at Scammonden, where his daughter, Joanne Gledhill, is a partner.
In his search Mr Overton found all his aunts and uncles except for one - Frederick, who was believed lost in the Second World War.
But he finally discovered he had stayed in the Army and died in 1982.
Mr Overton traced his daughters through Genes Reunited and keeps in touch with them, thus prompting the reunion.
Mr Overton has also written a short story about another uncle, who was in the Navy.
But he needs help in finding the family of Robert Chambers.
Robert was the victim of a U-boat attack. His ship sank just south of Iceland.
He was on the Atlantic convoys during the period of the threat from the battleship Tirpitz and of the ill-fated Convoy PQ17.
Mr Overton said: "My only disappointment is that Robert was married and I have not been able to trace his wife.
"She was called Roselyn Chambers (née Brown). She is the only family member left to trace from that generation. Maybe an Examiner reader might know of her."
The family, originally from Ireland, will be entertained with an Irish band and a Family Tree Quiz!
Phone Mr Overton on 01484 323689.