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  • Susan Leiderman ()
    4/7/2008 8:35:28 AM

    Hello - I am doing some personal research and hoping you can help me. Duleep Singh evidently travelled with an Indian party to England for the Great Exhibition of 1851. Is this so, and if so, do you have the names of the persons in that party? Many thanks for your consideration and assistance, Regards, Susan Leiderman

  • colin dhillon (Toronto, Canada)
    4/2/2008 8:33:51 AM

    Peter, I would like to congratulate you and your team on all the work you have put into, both the Duleep singhs and Sikh history in the UK. I am a young Sikh myself who was born in Tipton, West Midlands, but currently reside in Toronto, Canada. Like you, i too am quite the history buff, enjoying all things Sikh in world history.

  • Suki Talwar ()
    6/9/2008 8:53:24 AM

    I think this is a great resource for people to educate themselves about Duleep Singh. I would love to engage with a project like this in any capacity possible.

  • Amarjite Singh Roudh (Cardiff, Wales)
    7/28/2008 2:23:26 AM

    vey good source of information and gives the chance for the younger generation to trace their history history in the UK.

  • Veronica Coak (Cornwall)
    10/6/2008 7:11:38 AM

    Well set up and fascinating site. My greatx3 grandfather's sister was a Ladies Maid at Elvendon, her name is on the 1871 Census, Anne Humphries, I think she may have worked with the family in Wimbledon too. Thank you for putting all this online, it gives a rich insight into the time.