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Hey, I was wondering if someone could please tell me who Ric Dalby's parents are, and how exactly he is related to Alf? I know Alf's his grandad but I thought Alf only had two children; Roo and Duncan, and I was only aware of granddaughter Martha. Did Alf have other children as well then?

Thanks in advance!! :)

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Alf has four children

Roo from his first wife, Martha Stewart.

Duncan from his second wife, Ailsa.

Owen, Ric's dad, from Viv Standish, from when he was a teenager.

Quinn Jackson, from Mary Jackson, when he was in Vietnam.

:o Thanks for the heads-up, Ryan! I didn't realise my knowledge of Home and Away was so poor! I presume he isn't aware of his first two children from the start of the show in 88?!

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I'm pretty sure's he unaware of Quinn at the start of the show and he's certainly unaware of Owen being his son.

Talking about Roo, some of us wonder if Mervin Baldivis from the Pilot (and Episode 11) is Roo's granddad and Martha's great granddad. Alf married a girl called Martha Baldivis, but I don't think any relationship is ever established.

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I'm pretty sure's he unaware of Quinn at the start of the show and he's certainly unaware of Owen being his son.

Talking about Roo, some of us wonder if Mervin Baldivis from the Pilot (and Episode 11) is Roo's granddad and Martha's great granddad. Alf married a girl called Martha Baldivis, but I don't think any relationship is ever established.

What does Mervin Baldivis do in the Pilot Episode? It's so long I can't actually remember seeing him...

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