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Re: Pounder from North East England
Posted by: Ian Harrison Date: June 14, 2001 at 01:52:40
In Reply to: Re: Pounder from North East England by Ian Harrison of 73

Hi Peter, following in from my previous message i have been able to find in my records Thomas Pounder b1801/Ann Harrison b 1801,siblings James1821, Mary1829,Rebecca1838,Sarah1826,Ann1833 Margaret1843Thomas1827 Eden1837 &Catharine1845, they are all included in my Pounder/Harrison tree. And Thomas's parents were Thomas b 1779/Ann Rankin b? .If you want more information re pounders, John H Sturgess,4/123, Shaftesbury Parade, Thornbury, 3071,Victoria, Australia., would welcome your letters, we have only known each other for 2 years and between us both we have been able to fill many gaps between our two families, going back over seven generations and as a result we are awareof at least 5or6 living people in England,New Zealand, U.S.A. and Australia.I have sent him acopy ofyour message sent on24 May, so he is already aware of you and Linda Pounder Cummins who is also a contributor of this Forum. if you have any other data on the Harrison tree please do not hesitate to send me a message.
Your sincerely Ian Harrison, South Australia


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