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Re: Palmateers in France (now Belgium)
Posted by: Daraleen Wade Date: August 14, 2001 at 19:12:34
In Reply to: Re: Palmateers in France (now Belgium) by William H. Allen of 286

Howard Mc Conville and Prentice Glazier were both long considered to be the authorities on Palmateer and variant spellings. I corresponded with both of them about 20 years ago and received information from both of them. Now we are finding not all of their information has not been placed with the correct name, there being so many with the same name. With the materials available to them in their lifetime, they did a great job. Another problem is, it seems someone has added information to Mr. Mc Conville's files - information he did not have when I corresponded with him and at that time, he was no longer able to do research. Use the Mc Conville & Glazier information for clues to further research. Just don't be surprised if you find descrepancies.

Daraleen Wade

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