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Re: Imogene Dearie 1860's Peckham, England
Posted by: jackie ames (ID *****1637) Date: June 11, 2008 at 23:38:45
In Reply to: Re: Imogene Dearie 1860's Peckham, England by Julie of 42

Hi Julie
Good to hear from you! Will dig out Alma's photo and send it over to you by e mail, and have a look for any others. Have told Mum and her sisters (your Mum's 2nd cousins I suppose?) - they're a litle younger, ranging from 84 to 79 - they're all relly pleased to have made contact.
This is a very short e mail, as Mum's in hospital at the mo, and I'm off to work soon, then collecting Dad and going off to see her (had an op on her leg on Tues). But to give you a brief run down, if I haven't already - Alma (your Imogene's sister)had quite a number of children - my Grandmother, Nellie, was one of them. She had 3 girls, Joan, Hilda and Win. My Mum is Hilda.
Nan (Nellie) used to talk of an Uncle Charlie living in Canada - so you're not the only ones out there! Don't know if it was on her Mum or Dad's side though, you don't think to ask these things when younger do you?
The other lady I've been in touch with - but haven't got back to yet - is My gran's brother Sid's G-Grand daughter. Sid would have been your Imogene's nephew I think. She has a lot of family history apparently.Anyway, I will be in touch again, but with life as hectic as it is at the moment, may be a week or so!
with very best wishes to you and all the family

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