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Re: Pim Family Genealogy
Posted by: Robert Muench Bauers Date: January 26, 2002 at 20:07:32
In Reply to: Pim Family Genealogy by Peter Riberholt Brock of 87

My firt cousinb, once removed, Florence Gemme married George Harol Pim in abt 1920. His brother was Thomas Pim, married to Edith (last name unknown) and I believe childless.
Florence and Harold Pim had one son, Roberet ZZNowland Pim, born in 1921 in Philadelphia;
I knew this famil well. They lived in ther Oakland section of {hiladelp[hia and had a Pim family tree which. asI recall, went back to the 1600's in England and the 1700's in USA.
The family were Quakers, came from West Chester Pa and my cousin Robert Pim was bedded in a cradle which had been cradle for four generations before him. My daughter also used that cradle.
The family had many heirlooms in there home
Robert Pim married Claire (Last name unknown) and had three daughters, the oldest Barbara. The lived in Wallingford, Chester Co, Phila and Robert died at the age of 54 and is buried in the gemmi family plot in Ivy Hill Cemetery, Phila.
The cemetery company has been helpful in finding information about my Gemmi family and would p[robably be helpful to you also.
I lost touch with Robert after his marriage in 1948, As chi;dren he was weekly in my home and we went to Germantwon Academy together in the same class.
I am interested in finding his children and wold appreciate youor help in that search. All "Pims"please help!

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