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On 4/9/05 8:18 AM, "Graham Deamer" <graham.deamer@ntlworld.com> wrote:

Dear Tony & Bryn

Guess I disappeared for a while didn't I? The last couple of years were a bit "hectic" for me, enough said.

I trust that you and your family are well and happy.

The family tree research project surfaces from time to time although I have not been able to devote much time to it. However, some information has just come to light which offers some circumstantial evidence to support a theory of mine. That's a theory to possibly explain-away the physical resemblance between Bryn and me.

Following-on from that I have a question. Your ancestor Sidney Deamer (was it your Grandfather? I lost all my Emails from you two when I changed computers a while ago; corrupt back-up disc), did he have middle initial? Was was it?

The attachment is not germane to this query. What it shews is the village of Pulloxhill (sic) in Bedfordshire, a photo taken on a grimly cold day a year ago. It was here that the oldest representative of the English (i.e. not the German/American) Deamers is recorded. 1536, King Henry VIII's days. Hope it might be of interest. I can now confirm what I'd earlier said to you, this part of the English Midlands was the Deamer heartland.

Yours

Graham

The village of Pulloxhill (sic) in Bedfordshire. It was here that the oldest representative of the English (i.e. not the German/American) Deamers is recorded. 1536, King Henry VIII's days

It may be a quaint "olde-worlde" thatched cottage but it probably wasn't built until about 30 years after we have that 1536 record of a Deamer in the village

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