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Re: JOHN SIM/Francis (Fanny) Park - Lanarkshire, Scotland
Posted by: Christopher Sim (ID *****8359) Date: June 08, 2008 at 23:00:32
In Reply to: Re: JOHN SIM/Francis (Fanny) Park - Lanarkshire, Scotland by sheldon sim of 127

Hello Sheldon,

Apologies about the delay in answering your message but as you see there is a 5 year hiatus between my initial search and the first and only reply.
I am very grateful for your information and look forward to conversing more if you wish through my work email address
The genealogy information I have (which is on a Personal Ancestral file ~ 500kb) and which I am happy to give you came mostly from my fathers investigations during the early 80's. Now that he is in his late 70's and with the birth of my son in 2000 I started to take on the mantle until a new jobin 2004 and my partners poor health precluded me from taking it any further. Time is very much a precious commodity in our household.
From my file opened today I see that I had a marriage on 27 Jan 1838, I also have Francis's parents, but I only have 4 children (Hugh, Mary, Elizabeth and Jeannie).
If my data is useful for the branches that went to Canada & New Zealand (my parentage but I now live in Australia) I am happy to provide and as my data is from a part time investigation your information is probably much more accurate and I look forward to being able to adjust my errors or omissions accordingly.

Chris Sim

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