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Re: Fanny MATCHAM 1802 Somerset, England
Posted by: Keith Seymour (ID *****6269) Date: January 29, 2007 at 20:52:39
In Reply to: Re: Fanny MATCHAM 1802 Somerset, England by Lois Lawrence of 13

The answer to you question is No and yes.
No, My querey was about someone who married "Lord Nelson's" Sister. Yes, because at the time I was taking it for granted that the Lord nelson was Horatio Nelson's sister, whose married name was Matcham. I know believe it could be either Horatio Nelson, or his nephew who inherited the title The second Earl nelson. After all, he (the nephew) did have twin sisters. So I am not overlooking any possibility.

However, any all information that you may have on the Matcham line would be welcome, if you care to share it. Particuarly if there is a united states link, or even the possibility of such a link.

Thanks again,

P.S. i will leet you know what else I find out as I read the biography that I referred to in my last e-mails.

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