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From: "Becky Horne" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] Researching Rev. William OATES and his descendants
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 2005 21:23:05 +0200
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Hi Val

Yes, of course you may use what I have posted.
Tessa and I have worked hard on this OATES link, so please mention her in
your credits.
Also, Ellen Stanton that put me on the right track in the first place, with
more links provided by Nolene Lossau and Sha Redfern.

Best wishes
Becky
----- Original Message -----
From: "valerie" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, August 07, 2005 11:52 AM
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] Researching Rev. William OATES and his descendants


> Hi Becky,
> Can I use some of this info as it might clear mistakes I am making working
> from the Photostatted copy. Of course I will give you full credit.
> If there is anyone researching OATES, do you have any photos? I am
including
> John OATES in CD (formerly a book) as he along with Richard PICSTOCK,
> William GRAVETT gave money to the Church Fund in Salem to build a new
> church.
> "Richard (PICKSTOCK) had agreed to lean 50 Pounds to the church for the
> building of a new and larger church. William GRAVETT also lent 40 pounds
> and John Oates the sum of 15 pounds, all at 6% interest" . Richard
PICKSTOCK
> died in 1830.
> Best wishes,
> Valerie de Kock



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