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Re: Ancient history and and origin of Mumby
Posted by: James Andrew Mumby Date: December 29, 2000 at 16:09:48
In Reply to: Re: Ancient history and and origin of Mumby by Simon Taylor of 283

Hey Simon
Nice to hear from you and nice little story of you living in a house with someone who is lucky enough to be a Mumby!!
I'd love to help out if I can. I'm not crazy about tracing my ancestors but have a passing interest. Seems that since I posted the message I've opened a can of Mumby worms, and they all seem to want to trace their lines too. But all the same, if Ivy wants to try and trace some old family, I dont mind digging around (if you'll pardon the expression!)
Oh, and I'm a 'red' by the way, Fergies army and all that!!!
Look forward to hearing from you again. Use my e-mail addy anytime.
Cheers and all the best for the 'real' new millenium - 2001
Jim


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