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Re: DR. Seth Seth Calcutta
Posted by: David Arathoon (ID *****9636) Date: January 07, 2005 at 06:57:00
In Reply to: Re: DR. Seth Seth Calcutta by Joy Seth of 136

Dear Joy,
Annie Basil was a friend of my family, you will see a big intro written in 1963 by A.M.Arathoon, her friend, supporter and my great great uncle. She writes a chapter on him in the book. Also the book lists all my family and I believe myself.
If there is anything you need looked up I would be happy to help.
Dr Seth Seth was the brother of M J Seth and married my great great grandmother's sister Annie Regina Manuk. They had sons Albert and Edward. the Seth name is used in numerous cultures including 100% Indian and English etc. so there is a lot to go through.
Other people interested in Seth or Armenian families should check out Nadia Wright's book which I have bought and think is brilliant. Although it's focus is Singapore, there are numerous references to families outside the area. You may find her excellent site at : www.amassia.com.au
This book is full of historic images and very well researched. I am a fan, not an agent of the author.
This Armenian site has not been much help or very active. I did find one unknown Malcolm cousin in England though, so one never knows.
David


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