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Re: Joseph Trudgeon; b. 1824, St. Mewan, Cornwall, Engl.
Posted by: Neil Carmody (ID *****2280) Date: January 03, 2003 at 17:38:27
In Reply to: Re: Joseph Trudgeon; b. 1824, St. Mewan, Cornwall, Engl. by Lori Holmlund of 21

Hi Lori,
My name is Neil Camody and I have recently read some entries in the Trudgeon forum. In particular the ones between yourself and Clarke Whitehand. My interest was sparked when I also read another entry of Clarke's on the Hoeppner forum. Both the Trudgeon and Whitehand surnames appear in a copy of a Heoppner/Fechner family history in my posession. It is very possible that if his wife's initials are S J Trudgeon, that I could be a third cousin!
I am writing to you on two counts, firstly because Clarke did not leave his email address, if you have been in contact I would be grateful if you could pass my email address on to him, so we can discuss things in more detail, secondly I am interested in what you may have on the Trudgeon side. It would appear that you and S J Trudgeon descend from the same line and as such I would love to discuss the possibility of combining notes. Please have a look at my entry on the Hoeppner forum in response to Clarke as it shows some information on S J Trudgeon's ggg grandfather. If I am correct.
Regards Neil Carmody


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