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To: shrinkermd
The music critic who panned Margaret Truman's singing was Paul Hume, 1915-2001, who married in 1949 and had 4 children: Paul, Michael, Ann, and Peter. I don't remember what Who's Who has for Brit's parents or date of birth, and couldn't find anything useful with a Google search just now; he can't be Paul Hume's grandson but perhaps is related in some other way. I thought Brit was a nickname.
16 posted on 03/14/2004 9:18:31 PM PST by Verginius Rufus
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To: Verginius Rufus
"The music critic who panned Margaret Truman's singing was Paul Hume, 1915-2001, who married in 1949 and had 4 children: Paul, Michael, Ann, and Peter. I don't remember what Who's Who has for Brit's parents or date of birth, and couldn't find anything useful with a Google search just now; he can't be Paul Hume's grandson but perhaps is related in some other way. I thought Brit was a nickname.

I don't know either, but if Paul Hume had children at 20 or 21 as did his children, Brit could be a grandson. I note that people in my generation married and had children much earlier: it was rare to wait till the age of 25 to start your family.

17 posted on 03/15/2004 6:29:35 AM PST by shrinkermd
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