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Re: Pim Bramshott Hampshire 1700+
Posted by: Gordon Pim Date: October 01, 2000 at 12:22:40
In Reply to: Pim Bramshott Hampshire 1700+ by Julie Goucher of 87

Hello, Julie ...

Just checking out the messages posted here and saw yours. And, coincidentally, I was just looking at an interesting website from a churchyard in Headley ... You may have already seen it ... here's the URL ... ... Check it out ... there are about five or six PIM's buried in this churchyard. I, too, have a Richard PIM who used to be a paper maker in Sussex (Lindfield) ... seems too uncanny that we have PIM's from neighbouring counties in England who were both paper makers too. There must be a sibling connection somewhere.

Would gladly share anything I have with you ... Let me know how I can assist.


Gordon Pim
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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