COPYRIGHT

Please note that all posts on this blog are my own thoughts and research and as such I have copyright in the content. I am happy for people to refer to my content provided they make note of the source. If it is to be included in a published book I’d appreciate an email to request this. It is my aim to always provide the same courtesy to others. I hope that some of my research experiences and reflections are useful to others.  Many thanks and happy researching.

4 thoughts on “COPYRIGHT

  1. Hi, Cass, thank you for passing comment on my recent Weather blog. I have enjoyed reading your posts and getting a very different perspective on things. I am also interested in your Bavarian connections as we have enjoyed somne wonderful holidays there – around Munich, Berchesgarten and Ruhpolding.

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  2. Hi Cass,
    An excellent review of the BODYKE evictions. I was fascinated with the research that you had carried out.
    I am related to Cornelius Garvey who was the brother of John Garvey.
    Cornelius’s daughter Catherine Garvey & Patrick Dufficy are my great grandparents and resided in Surry Hills, NSW, Australia.
    I intend inspecting the stain-glass panel in the Church as soon as possible.
    Keep up the good work

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    • Thanks Terry. I was interested in the Garvey connection – I should check whether my Sydney cousin knew about this. As they all lived in Surry Hills it seems likely. The windows are on the facing wall, up high when you come into the church from the right hand side entrance.

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