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I am very, very pleased to say that I have been awarded my PhD, without any requirement for corrections or alterations. I also have a publisher interested in my thesis.
Dear Dr. Blackmore,
Your thesis, “Destructive and Formidable: British Infantry Firepower, 1642-1765” sounds fascinating (I note that you have used a phrase from James Wolfe). Would it be possible to obtain an extract? I too am a member of the Society of Army Historical Research and have had a few of my articles published in the Society’s journal.
Regards, Earl John Chapman
Many thanks, I hope you like the paper I sent you.
I am searching for a family link to Frederick Platt Blackmore 1837or1839 to1919 . I believe he married twice but unable to find record of his first marriage? Can you help please?
I’m afraid I have done very little research into my family history. Do you have a geographic area for him?
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