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From: "Geoff Lewin Blaxall, Hextable, Kent, UK." <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] KILLINGLY/KILLINGLEY
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 18:44:28 +0100
I am very much a newcomer to this List so I am treading very hesitantly -
BUT - I am puzzled by the comment that Peg is asking an unanswerable
question as suggested by cemoor -
It looks to me as if Peg is asking a *very* reasonable question - i.e.
Does anyone out there have any knowledge of anyone named
KILLINGLY/KILLINGLEY in the Middlesex area of London ?
I note she carefully uses upper case in the text and she limits her
"Subject" box to the Surname(s) involved - also in upper case, both of which
I understand is the proper procedure.
It seems axiomatic to me that - if *you* haven't come across any reference
to this surname, then please ignore the question and please don't bother
yourself with it any further.
I am therefore at a loss to understand any necessity for a mass negative
response = Or am I missing something ?
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> Hi Peg,
> You don't seem to have asked an answerable question, unless you want us
> all "en masse" to email you to say "No I don't have any KILLINGLY's in
> my family tree". You need to be more specific if you want help, dates,
> ages, any information that you have on them.
> "Peg Rampling" <> wrote .....
> new to your list.....I have been told that you are all very helpful, so
> thought I would throw my problem your way.
> Looking for any connection to KILLINGLY/KILLINGLEY. They came from
> the Middlesex area of London for the most part.
> Any help would be appreciated
> Peg R
> The first rule of holes: If you are in one , stop digging.
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