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Re: 9th Edition "Blagrave, Blagrove, Blackgrove"
Posted by: Paula Ryburn (ID *****3282) Date: May 19, 2009 at 11:46:32
In Reply to: 9th Edition "Blagrave, Blagrove, Blackgrove" by Ian Blagrove Ian of 132

I think I would like to order a copy of the book. How much is it? and how long would it take to get to Texas, US? I ask because we are planning a trip to the UK & Ireland later this summer, and I would like to check some things before we get there.

I might not be getting straight to the point, so bear with me.

My great-greatgrandmother was a Blagrave born 1850 in Indiana... or so we believe. We are still trying to get evidence of her birth place and parentage. A proposed link is an Arthur Blagrave born in Kentucky or Tennessee, married to a Cassandra, and linked into a long line of Henry's going back to England.

Is there any way I can check for possible linkage points online before we get there? I will still probably want a copy of the published book, but maybe I can pick it up while I am there? The last few nights of our trip we will be staying near Heathrow (doesn't sound pleasant, but is convenient for our early flight home)... and isn't that near Reading? I don't mean to invite myself to your home. Thought maybe you had a book shop or something.

Anyway, let me know how much and how best to order the book.

Thanks in advance,
--Paula in Texas
(Blagrave > Ellis > Doody > I married a Ryburn)

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