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Buyer and Seller Feedback - Re: Albert Bridgeman

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12-17-2013 17:02:10

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Hi some of those Bridgemans are over by Hilton on the number 18 highway about 5 miles from number 2 Highway in Manitoba. Not sure if he's there but think his boys might be. From what I hear round us they are quite the crew, and as one guy said you got to be special to get thrown out of the states L.O.L. Have never met them but are supposed to be well versed in Ford tractors, Was gonna call next time I'm out that way, and find out if the rumors are true. Regards Robert

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12-17-2013 19:43:23

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 Re: Albert Bridgeman in reply to robert major, 12-17-2013 17:02:10  
Robert If you go over meet the Son about 30 years old ask him if he was ever around PARIS TNENNESSE Be interested to see if it is the same group . The boy was very honest and a pretty good mechanic. Sold him a lot of junk. They would never buy anything that did not need repair.LOL E mail is open

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12-17-2013 19:39:30

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 Re: Albert Bridgeman in reply to robert major, 12-17-2013 17:02:10  
Robert must be the same group that were here in Tennessee because their speciality was the fords from England. The way I understand it is the family came over to the us some time ago. The lady and children went back to England ever so often to keep their status current as a citizen but the elder Mr Bridgman never went. So he is in the us but not a US citizen and now not an Englishman so he is a man without a country. Do not know all the facts but I think the real rub but I think the real problem came about when he tried to enter Canada with funds in excess of a million dollars. Last I heard he was somewhere here in the States around Missouri still trying to get into Canada.

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