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Re: possible link Thomas/Hannah John/Emma
Posted by: Larry Killip Date: March 09, 2002 at 17:18:19
In Reply to: Re: possible link Thomas/Hannah John/Emma by Ian Killip of 221

Thanks Ian,
Anything at all you might have is appreciated. Thomas who married Hannah was a Blacksmith so I assumed his dad was too.

The clue that Thomas the shoemaker was dead before 1845 is another interesting one for me, he definitly died in Liverpool so there must be a record somewhere.

Thomas who married Hannah lies to rest just across town from me, wish he could speak!! My Uncle Sam Killip remembers a family bible with everything in it, he also recalls throwing it out!! something he deeply regrets, I don't hold it against him he is a lovely man.


Larry


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