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Old 28th December 2010, 13:12
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Yarmouth Drifters/boats circa 1880-1900

Hi I am the great great grandson of James William Howes Boat Build Great Yarmouth who died in 1931 age 79.....he was in partnership with Chapman and previously worked for Boulting Brothers.finally running his own yard in 1890..any help with research on him and his life would be gratefully received..thank you Robert
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Don't know if this might interest you muscoracer. www.howesfamilies.com

Paul Howes who set it up is from Norfolk
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Old 30th December 2010, 11:24
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Don't know if this might interest you muscoracer. www.howesfamilies.com

Paul Howes who set it up is from Norfolk
Thank you so much for this......
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Old 30th December 2010, 12:17
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Thats OK its what SN is all about ............. good luck on the hunt and if your family is connected to that website you will find Paul a very interesting chap.
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