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Re: Weathersbee in England?
Posted by: nicolas weathersbee (ID *****5633) Date: July 17, 2011 at 15:48:29
In Reply to: Weathersbee in England? by Keith Weathersbee of 82

It is a real pleasure to see a Weathersbee posting this from England. I am not happy to hear that you are the last of the Weathersbee's in England. Are you completely sure about this? I did a tiny bit of research and found something that said that the name Weathersbee is Welsh, meaning "sheep village". My grandfather was Rodney Weathersbee, he fought in WW2, my great grandfather was Henry Weathersbee, he was with the Royal Fusiliers, London Regiment. They were the Horlicks Malted Milk people from what I have been told, or made their fortunes from the company(none of which came to me, haha).
I am writing this many years after you posted this, so I am not sure you will receive it. Here's hoping you do!
Nic Weathersbee

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