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Re: Found many old genealogy items for Eufaula/Barbour Co. area on Ebay
Posted by: Lisa Ryans (ID *****4782) Date: March 07, 2003 at 11:31:18
In Reply to: Re: Found many old genealogy items for Eufaula/Barbour Co. area on Ebay by ken haas of 974

I'm sorry, the auctions are not mine, and I did not read the terms of this board and didn't know I wasn't suppose to post books for sale, even if they help in research.
Only the administrator can do that.
I think the administrators/list owners who buy on ebay do not like to compete with the rest of the list members and end up with all of the antique family history goodies like old photo albums, old yearbooks and family and county history books!
You might can go to that page I sent and ask them if they have anything else on Barbour though. I don't have anything.
Because I posted that I got drop off all of my message boards I was on by one list admin.
I'm not knocking her though, I was wrong in posting it to begin with, because it is her choice not mine, and not rootswebs.
I am on the Reichert board and he asks me to search ebay and post them all in one email once a week.

Thanks,
Lisa-Albany, Ga.


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