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Old 04-26-2008, 11:23 PM
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Thanks very much Sam!....you may regret that offer!
I think a few are about the Reverand John Morgan Evans, I can make out that much, but if there is anything i'll pm you, thanks again.
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Au contraire, Debs - 'twill be a pleasure
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Just a correction to my first post in this thread, Stephenson's case as written in the London Hospital records was neurosthenia and not neurasthenia as I had put.

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Old 02-26-2009, 01:49 PM
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The Morgan Evans you found at 362 Commercial Road was my great grandfather, and I'm afraid I'm pretty sure he isn't the guy you're looking for.

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Hi Greg,

Yeah your right. If I remember correctly the Evans we were looking for turned out to be a John Morgon Evans.

All the best

Rob
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Robert Clack mentioned this last April:

Just a correction to my first post in this thread, Stephenson's case as written in the London Hospital records was neurosthenia and not neurasthenia as I had put.

Not that the actual complaint and its symptoms and its correct spelling means that much anymore regarding the non-starter Stephenson...but wasn't I arguing this point a year or so ago and then see someone... who has vanished from the field in the interim... make the bold assertion that it was "clearly" neurasthenia?

Thanks to you,Rob, for setting the record straight.
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Hi Howard,

I posted a copy of the word here: http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=1100
as well as my excuses for typing 'a' instead of 'o' in my initial post in this thread.

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Thanks Rob...seems as if I had forgotten what all that hubbub was about now. I appreciate the reply.
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