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    Hello Peter.
    It's great to hear from you. I would love to email you info and pics on Alfred Lester Thring. Is this a private message between you and me only ? Can I send you my email address here ? I am apprehensive to put it on an open forum .
    Regards Louise.
    Hi there,

    Thanks for your information. Yes, a great horn and inscription. It certainly was referring to AL Thring, the maternal grandfather of the wife of a great uncle of mine. Very interesting.

    The second thread leads me to the Naairs homepage but no further, saying "session expired". What archive and document number were you referring to?
    Thanks again,

    Hi again Dave,

    I didn't have the Frederick Thring, but I did also have a Thomas Thring b. 1832.

    I have it that Samuel James Thring was married twice, and I have Alfred and Thomas being from his first marriage (and now I guess Frederick too) but I unfortunately don't have the name of the wife and mother.
    Thanks again for your input.

    Dave thanks for your info here. The only person I had you haven't mentioned, he was a Samuel Thring b. 26 Mar 1780, St.Botoloph, Bishopsgate, London, England. Any way you can confirm this?
    Best wishes,

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