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09/17/2018

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As you prefer something new? Open and look at this offer. Only here the choice of girls for every taste and completely free! They are responsible slaves, they will and want do everything you order !
http://gov.shortcm.li/kings1#Y3

 

 

 

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09/12/2018

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I am looking for any information you have on Nelly sample she started the tome Street School you can reach me at linda.booth@aol.com

 

 

 

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09/07/2018

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Hi- I was sitting next to the Horace Lewis house on 252 and West Chester Pike, usually a few times a week anymore, thinking about how long I have been looking at this house in my life. I am from Newtown Square, went to Alice Grim, etc., etc. I somehow remember this house from my childhood and my mother saying that the band teacher, Mr. Doran, lived there. This would be in the late 50's early 60's. Anyway, I finally saw the sign that said whose house it was and looked it up when I got home.
A very interesting story about Mr. Horace Lewis and his part in Newtown Square and the development of the fire department and the Quaker meeting house. Very interesting- thanks!
But what was really interesting was that we were once part of Chester County but were absorbed into Delaware County. Will need to look into that.

 

 

 

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09/07/2018

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09/04/2018

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Hello!
Working on the family tree and recently discovered connection to Radnor as one line of my family seems to be early settlers in Radnor from Wales.
Very interesting to go back 10 and 11 generations
Leah Parker (Ontario Canada)

 

 

 

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09/01/2018

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6 (Reference ID: 2215534)

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My name is Chris kovacs
chris@hkrents.net
I am looking for early maps and photos of Sharon Hill.
Thank You for your time
Chris

 

 

 

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08/29/2018

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Margaret E. Shane

I'm looking for the name (and possibly more info) of a grocery store (or Tea or Tea and Coffee company) that would have been in operation on Main St. in Darby in 1912.
Thank you for your time!

shanepeggy@outlook.com

 

 

 

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08/22/2018

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Can you need something super new? Take a look at this page. Only there the choice of girls for every desire and completely free! They are good slaves, they will and want perform everything you say !
http://gov.shortcm.li/kings1#V34

 

 

 

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08/01/2018

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Looking for photo of Highland Gardens, lived there from 1944 to 61. Any and all would be appreciated
George Koster k0s1er@yahoo.com

 

 

 

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07/31/2018

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Hello Folks! David Trimble here.... I've traced my genealogy to the Patterson-Trimble farm tract, and if my information is correct to Henry Trimble. He was one of the Trimble brothers that emigrated from County Armagh ~1729 and settled in Chester/Delaware county. I'f you are willing, Id like to exchange emails regarding the family tract, and perhaps trace if back to Nils Mattson and the earliest settlers. Thanks for your hard work on the site - very, very helpful and informative!!

 

 

 

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