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Re: Discussion on Origin of Sports

Hello again Bill
Who hasnt been reading their BHHS Bulletin??
John Bond has stated if my memory serves me correctly that a piece of the
original Great Exp
was given to Paul Aden from which all present stock originates including
that presently situated in the Savill (and for that matter Saville) Garden.
Two other pieces of the ORIGINAL sport were placed in the SG by JB but were
subsequently stolen.
Tim over the pond
----- Original Message >
>  I can tell you that the original plant that 'Great Expectations' sported
> from was at Savill Garden in England. Whether it is still there I don't
> know, but it probably is. > ..........Bill Meyer


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