Re: public record office - Marshall Britt
Subject: Re: public record office
From: Marshall Britt
Date: May 17, 2000

I tried to ask the PRO in London if they had some records and they wouldn't
even answer that. You get back an automatic reply that isn't real nice that
tells you they don't
do research. And they offer to give you a list of researchers. I do hire one
last December
for 4 hours. This one charged $25 per hour. No results.

Frances wrote:

> Who did you write for your information? I was told that I would need a
> researcher to obtain it.
> Frances
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: 
> To: 
> Sent: Monday, May 15, 2000 11:53 AM
> Subject: public record office
> > The public record office is lcated in  london. I f you can locate a
> > local British consulate they could give you the address.  T he British
> > government paid compensation to the  loyalists. I wrote them andgot a
> > copy of my g.,g., g., grandfather's compensation .   it just oozed King
> > George III, Handel , fish and chips and all that great British stuff!
> > Every July 4 I toast George III and George Washington.
> >
> >

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