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Robert G. Torrens Blake Hill - Route 4 East Woodstock Vermont 05091 April 24 1891 Dear Bob I returned from my trip south three weeks ago, developed a hernia which required surgery and have just returned from hospital a few days ago. I must thank you again for your letter of the 16th of March and its very interesting enclosures, as well as the information concerning the crest. You asked about two works mentioned in TAF. The one referred to on page 30 Miss Elizabeth H K Torrence, published by Frank M. recalls to mind your letter of November 26, 1979 addressed to Mrs Paul E Nelson of State College, PA. Did you ever receive any reply, as she would appear to be the best, if not only, source which might lead to the information you seek. Concerning the references on page 40 I presume you would be interested in both. Now that I am forced to be inactive for some periods of time, I will try to track these down. It would seem likely that the Historical Societies of the two States should be able to assist. We will see. I will be in touch again shortly. I find I tire easily after this operation, but did want you to know I am still among the living. Hope this finds you in good health and enjoy a lovely English Spring. Sincerely Bob.
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