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  • #46
    Originally posted by Johnr View Post
    Amongst my scribbled notes.
    Obviously based upon something in the West Sussex Records Office archived Druitt Papers, during the date range 1836 - 1883, I see reference to :
    '' Dr Robert Druitt.Letter from T.W. Leigh of Hammersmith ".


    So, just who was "T.W.Leigh" ?

    JOHN RUFFELS.
    Hi John,

    I didn't find that letter as I was searching through the archives. I wasn't paying attention to Robert Druitt letters since he had died by 1888. I doubt that there is any significance but one never knows. I don't know who Leigh was.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by aspallek View Post
      Hi John,

      I didn't find that letter as I was searching through the archives. I wasn't paying attention to Robert Druitt letters since he had died by 1888. I doubt that there is any significance but one never knows. I don't know who Leigh was.
      I believe Thomas Leigh was a physician born in Chiswick in 1842.

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