RE: [mlathemods] Help Needed
- Boston & Plymouth here in MA, come immediately to mind. We have an Egypt, too.Mert
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Ian Newman
Sent: Friday, September 20, 2013 10:31 AM
Subject: Re: [mlathemods] Help NeededHi,It is not really surprising that there are a lot of UK place names in the USA. Early settlers named areas after their home towns and districts in the "Old Country".From Aberdeen to York, pretty much every UK settlement has a USA namesake.Sometimes adding the prefix "New" - you even have a New England.All the best,IanFrom: Ward Miller <wardmiller@...>
Cc: MERTON B BAKER <mertbaker@...>
Sent: Friday, 20 September 2013, 1:27
Subject: Re: [mlathemods] Help NeededMert, your fighting a losing battle. <g> Some people's view of the world begins around their own feet and recon everyone else knows that.
There IS a Hadleigh in New York, USA. And there's a Suffolk (County) there also. Imagine that!
- >No worries guys, you know the old saying right?
>People in America think 100 years is a long time,
>People in Europe think 100 miles is a long distance ;-)And people in England don’t think they are in Europe.R James (Jim) Klessig P.E. | Senior Power Systems Engineer |
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What size are we talking about? I'm in Kent but only have a small lathe and limited tooling until Santa puts in an appearance, but if you're not in a rush I MAY be able to help you...