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Re: Yorkshire Blamires, 19th century
Posted by: Bill Anderson Date: May 30, 2001 at 11:43:05
In Reply to: Re: Yorkshire Blamires, 19th century by Ray Turner of 98

Hi Ray
Sorry I do not know any more about edward and hannah's children than I gave you. I was browsing in the familyorigins website and they came up. The website was in agenerous mood that night andd was listing all sorts of people. There are occasions when it gives very little info but this time I was lucky.
Now if we are lucky again I shall be able to tell you more but it is a longshot. When Edward's brother died a bachelor in London and VERY wealthy ultimately an advert was placed in the newspapers for claiments and 31 people submitted family trees - perhaps Edward was among them. I have a researching looking ino this at present and you never know your luck. I am hoping the trees are filed in the Chancery Court papers in London.
Sorry i cannot help you more at present but if anything crops up I shall let you know.
By the way when using the I G I have you come across data fed into it by a Lambert Blamires? He seems to have done a lot of work and in an odd sort of way linked Cumbrian and Yorkshire Blamire clans. In many ways he is a nuisance as he has duplicated many entries. As far as I know he is now dead!


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