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On 27 Mar 2015 at 21:12 GMT Michael GA Dixon wrote:
However this research was commenced by my ggf Michael in the 1890's, as a result of a chance correspondence with Major Sir Erasmus Dixon-Borrowes, a distant cousin. This original research was subsequently added to by my gf also Michael, and my own father Cyril Dixon.
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