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Hamish123
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HI FRAE BONNIE SCOTLAND

Postby Hamish123 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 6:34 pm

Hi All,

I’m a published author/radiographer, bide in Bonnie Scotland and have put together a team to offer a bespoke service for anyone who’s unearthed their genealogy aka family tree and want to memorialise their findings in a hardback book. Our website should be live next month (May 2017).

Ye may ken some folk frae abroad tae that wuid appreciate oor service. After all, we’re all Jock Tamson’s bairns.

We can be serious or humorous. In fact, here’s one of our poems.

“Do you hail from the Yorkshire Dales, or gang frae Bonnie Scotland?
Do you bide in the Em'rald Isles, or are you by Bow Bells awakened?
Is language or art your special thing, or do you play the guitar and sing?
We're all the product of who went before;
So come, bring your story and let's explore!”

If anyone wants more details or knows someone—nationally or internationally-- who could benefit from our services drop us a line.
Hamish

Hamish123
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Re: HI FRAE BONNIE SCOTLAND

Postby Hamish123 » Wed May 17, 2017 7:26 pm

Dear All,
Many thanks to everyone who has read our blurb. I'm sure you'll keep us in mind as you go about your business.

Bear in mind please the acronym TEAM=Together Everyone Achieves More.

Our site should be live either this week or early next week.

Remember, we want to hear from heir hunters, genealogists national and global who have clients that could benefit from our service. We're willing to offer our packages at a substantial discount to individuals/companies.

Kind regards

Hamish frea Bonnie Scotland

"Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it."


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