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Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Gardner, Timms

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  • lester palmer
    thanks for yr reply will def do so.
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 1, 2010
      thanks for yr reply will def do so.

      On Sun, 20 Jun 2010 21:52 EEST John Gardiner wrote:

      >Hi, Lester.  Seems to be a lot of traffic on the forum at the moment which is great to see. 
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      >I've seen a lot of posts recently about some of the primary sources, such as the IOR records online, etc.  What I'd also add is don't forget the archives on the island. I saw a lot of posts from a few years back saying that it took a long time to receive a response from the archives, but since I've been investigating my family's link over the past 18 months I've found Karen Henry to be a great contact and very helpful.  
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      >Lester, might be worth having a word with the archives as your initial starting point.  They can be reached on archives@....  They do charge a small fee, but they have been worth their weight in gold in my researches.
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      >Good luck.
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      >John 
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      >From: lester palmer <lester.palmer@...>
      >To: st-helena-genealogy@yahoogroups.com
      >Sent: Sat, 19 June, 2010 12:05:11
      >Subject: Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Gardner, Timms
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      >Hi
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      >Would you be alble to help me as well??
      >My great grandparents are from st helena. My ggrandfather born 1898 as Andrew Simon Graham and his wife Maude Alice Richards/on born 29/01/1899.
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      >I tried everywhere to get the information about them without any success.Please advise if you have any tips,apparently they were born in Jamestown??
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      >Kind Regards
      >Lester Wesley Rudy Palmer
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