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Re: Lymburner in North America
Posted by: Muriel Date: April 25, 2000 at 04:27:33
In Reply to: Re: Lymburner in North America by Marlene of 246

Sorry about the message bouncing back. It seems that our server sometimes works and some times it does not.
Yes you have the right book. It was a big blue one put out by the Historical Society.
It must be great for Lymburner history to be living right in the area.
I live in the other Lymburner area where William and Robert settled - Burford Twp. and North Norwich area. I work at the Norwich archives in the summer. It is a great place to work for people living in this area.
I hope to make several visits to your area this summer to see the tombstone of Matthew jr.
Do know where Margaret ended up going? Where is a good place to do research in your area?

If you ever have to come to the Norwich area let me know. I would be happy to suggest places for you to visit depending on what you need.
Thank you.
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