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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 ... www.headley1.demon.co.uk/headley/mi.htm ... 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.

Regards,

Gordon Pim
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


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