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Offline celticart

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Re: Thomas Imrie
« Reply #27 on: Monday 17 December 12 23:13 GMT (UK) »
hi,
i have a couple of photographs,the largest(15x11inch)has over 100 people all in their sunday best, lined up for the photographer outside a building with a large sign above an ornate entrance,the sign reads thos imrie &sons.seed store.
the smaller photo(8x6inch)has two women and fifteen men,some of whom are obviously related,and are also in the larger one,there is a date written on the back of the small one of 1880,large one has the name of photographer as..fergus,greenock

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Re: Thomas Imrie
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday 18 December 12 06:08 GMT (UK) »
thanks thomas imrie nurseryman/seedsman is listed on my george imries death certificate as being his father no mother there so i think george was born to another woman and thomas imrie before he married katherine mckissock    our george was also a very successful business man  it would be very interesting to see your photo i will send my e mail to you on a personal message   thanks csc
DUMFRIES. KERR,DICKSON,BELL,HETHERINGTON,HILL
CUMBERLAND, CHARLTON,YOUNG,SPARKS,HEWITT,IRELAND. 
ORKNEY,CURSITER,DREVER,PEACE,COOPER,    
FAIR ISLE, MALCOLMSON,LESLIE.

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