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Subject: Shrubsole Family tree


Author:
Paul Bodill
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Date Posted: 12:21:20 01/01/06 Sun

Hello all Shrubbies, I am Paul in England (UK) & my mother's maiden name is Shrubsole. Her direct family originate from Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, the East End of London & Romford in Essex. I have some information related to Shrubsole ancestry in Kingston going back approx. 250 years & also Shrubsole's based in New York, USA. My relatives are all very practical people in profession & many are also talented musicians, especially pianists. I would love to hear from any Shrubsole's accross the globe as I am currently tracing my family roots...good to know there is somewhere we can all communicate. Kind Regards Paul

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[> Subject: Ronald Maurice Shrubsole


Author:
Karen Vine, Rons daughter (Happy)
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Date Posted: 06:53:45 12/30/14 Tue

My brother is known as Shrubbie! My father was born in Romford, Essex in 1917. Could there be a connection?>Hello all Shrubbies, I am Paul in England (UK) & my
>mother's maiden name is Shrubsole. Her direct family
>originate from Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, the East
>End of London & Romford in Essex. I have some
>information related to Shrubsole ancestry in Kingston
>going back approx. 250 years & also Shrubsole's based
>in New York, USA. My relatives are all very practical
>people in profession & many are also talented
>musicians, especially pianists. I would love to hear
>from any Shrubsole's accross the globe as I am
>currently tracing my family roots...good to know there
>is somewhere we can all communicate. Kind Regards Paul

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[> Subject: Shrubsoles and music


Author:
Rima Shore
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Date Posted: 10:01:25 01/24/15 Sat

Greetings -- I am researching Edward Shrubsole Cunliffe, a Brighton resident who died in 1905 and was said to be "in posession" of the Golden Emiliani 1703 Stradivarius violin. Does anyone know anything about him, or how he may have come in possession of the violin? It appears he may have been a patron who loaned the instrument to Ludwig Straus, a well known Austrian violinist of the day who lived in London. ANY information about this would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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