Re: [dundee-history] Thanks Everyone
- At 04:27 2000-09-04 -0700, Randie wrote:
>Also, can anyone tell me where and if St. Paul Episcopal Church is still
>there? My Great Grandparent, William Goodale and Grace Richardson were
>married there on 12/21/1877. Also, does anyone know of a brass founder
St Pauls stood at the Eastern end of the High St in my day - at the top of
Castle St - very central!
there was a brass founder - can't recall the name - ask the Dundee
central library to look up their Trade Directories!
Jimmie R eumundi, Qld., Oz.
- St. Paul Episcopal Church is indeed still there
----- Original Message -----
From: Randie Casias <casias@...>
To: DUNDEE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 05, 2000 12:27 AM
Subject: [dundee-history] Thanks Everyone
> Thanks so much for you help, I'll be studying the maps.
> Isn't that interesting that your families lived so close to each other.
> My Richardson family was there in the 1881 census, Charles.
> Also, can anyone tell me where and if St. Paul Episcopal Church is still
> there? My Great Grandparent, William Goodale and Grace Richardson were
> married there on 12/21/1877. Also, does anyone know of a brass founder
> in Dundee? That is were William Worked and my Grandfather Peter Duncan
> Goodale must of learned his trade too. He moved to Boston, MA and
> opened his own brass foundry.
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