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As my great x 5 grandfather had a 75th Share in one in Cromford and a 25th 
share in a lead mine I was talking from having researched a little :)

Now why a paper maker would want shares in the above is another story.  On 
that note and to move it to archaeology is there any industrial 
archaeologists on list who may have knowledge of the now disappeared paper 
making mill that was situated next to Masson Mill in Matlock

Rob
http://acorngenealogy.co.uk
http://www.enchantedtimes.co.uk
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Trevor Ogden" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 2:55 PM
Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Sough pronounced how?


> Chambers Dictionary agrees with Rob: suf, with short u.  Pity, I was quite 
> attracted by Vince's idea that it might rhyme with what.
>
> Trevor Ogden
>
> At 14:43 16/08/2006, John Briggs wrote:
>>Vince Russett wrote:
>>>Can someone who knows the word better than me tell me how to pronounce
>>>the word 'sough'? It seems to have once been current in this area, but
>>>is no longer known. Does it rhyme with 'cough', 'bough', 'tough' or
>>>what?
>>
>>I've always assumed it rhymed with 'cough'.
>>
>>John Briggs
>>
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