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RE: Hello, I'm Ian Thompson

Hi Ian,

Thanks for the message, really pleased you came along for the afternoon and enjoyed it.

Well, if you're thinking about starting to research your line more please feel free to ask any questions etc here, although there are 20+ message board members, there is a little hardcore of us that exchange information, ask questions, and try to help each other pretty regularly, so anything you might want to ask to help you get moving along, hopefully there's some help here!

Yes, I think Linda and her band of researchers have been working hard on your leg of the family (James & Margaret down) for many years now and are continuing to crack clues piece by piece - having had a little look myself at the children of James and Margaret, and what became of them, I could see that its a pretty complex one in places!

Keep in touch



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Hi, I've just attended the family history day in Stonesfield. Thanks Shane for arranging a fascinating afternoon of talks.
Don't know much about my family line, my paternal grandmother was Elsie Oliver from Coombe married George Frederick Thompson, emigrated to Victoia B.C. Canada early in the 1900s returning sometime around 1927 to Coombe then Chadlington.
Linda Tomline has bits of the History as does Jim Oliver. I'm definitely going to find out more.
Thanks again Shane.

Ian Thompson 

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