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Name:
Andrew D Crawford (chiadfhear@btinternet.com)
Date:Sat 07 Jul 2007 10:09:47 BST
Subject:Excellent site
 

Well done, Kevin.
A great site with a lot of interesting information.
As a descendant of East Neuk folk, I've picked out some information to 'bolster' my Family Tree already and there are one or two more names in there that just may be connected ... that's how genealogy works!!
Regards
Andy
St Andrews

 
 
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Name:
John Duncan (nittenstars@hotmail.com)
Date:Wed 15 Aug 2007 20:33:32 BST
Subject:Robert Paterson Smith
 

Hi there I run a website Newbattle at War and noticed your entry about Robert Paterson Smith,native of Newtongrange I must confess to have never heard of him, could you oblige and tell me any more about him, I would be grateful.

Thanks - John Duncan

 
 
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Name:
Gerald Cooper (geraldcooper01@yahoo.co.uk)
Date:Fri 11 Jan 2008 19:39:29 GMT
Subject:RobertGardner
 

Kevin - nice to meet you at Ann's party. I've been speaking to Bobby R(obert) Gardner (junior). There were two Robert Gardner's and they were known as A and B at school. Bobby's father was B and it is his photo shown on page 103 (Bobby has a copy). He used to live at 20 James Street during the war and his son Bobby now lives at 3 Burnside Place. Page 103 is correct except the photo.

The first part of Page 165 is Bobby's dad (B). He was one of the first 10 or possibly 12 to go to war. He was the youngest at 18. And all of that group survived the war. You may wish to speak to Bobby because he can remember most of their names.

Gerald

 
 
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Name:
Gerald Cooper (geraldcooper01@yahoo.co.uk)
Date:Fri 11 Jan 2008 19:40:42 GMT
Subject:RobertGardner
 

Kevin - nice to meet you at Ann's party. I've been speaking to Bobby (Robert) Gardner (junior). There were two Robert Gardner's and they were known as A and B at school. Bobby's father was B and it is his photo shown on page 103 (Bobby has a copy). He used to live at 20 James Street during the war and his son Bobby now lives at 3 Burnside Place. Page 103 is correct except the photo.

The first part of Page 165 is Bobby's dad (B). He was one of the first 10 or possibly 12 to go to war. He was the youngest at 18. And all of that group survived the war. You may wish to speak to Bobby because he can remember most of their names.

Gerald

 
 
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Name:
alistair mills (agmills@q-net.net.au)
Date:Tue 01 Apr 2008 13:20:04 BST
Subject:william tosh
 

he was my great uncle and i have his medals

 
 


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