A History of Limmer -Person, Place and Thing

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The story of Limmer is a fanfare to common man. Limmers are among the backbone of society. They are not always noticed at first, but dig just beneath the skin of society and they will be there. . . Early Saxon Limmers meet basic needs of local society by building ponds; Later Limmers lay pipes and ducts. Early Limmers felled trees and cleared land; Later Limmers planted grazing lands and fed the community with flour ground in mills, bread baked in ovens, manufactured cloths...

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