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Re: Planning a Trip
Posted by: Ken Johnson (ID *****1358) Date: November 03, 2003 at 10:30:11
In Reply to: Planning a Trip by Tammy L of 513

Tammy:

Although I do not live in SW Alabama, I was born and raised there. The comment made to you by "Nasty" is just that (nasty) -- and is not typically of the warm hospitality I know to be found in that area. I offer my apologies to you for his tasteless remarks.

Allow me to offer a small resource to you -- and ANYONE else who may wish to look. I have created a database with some 700 names of people whose death notices were found in the Monroe Journal newspaper 1868-1910. I quickly went through it and found several Salters. You may examine that file at the following address:

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/monroe/obits/monroe_journal.txt

If in your searching you find a connection with any of the following surnames in Monroe/Conecuh/Butler Counties, I would love to share all I have with you: Hendrix, Roley, Morris, Kirksey, Travis, Joyner, Wiggins, Ashcraft, Armstrong, Johnson, Howell, Stacey, Grimes, Kearley, Blanton, Ferguson, Hanks, Rigby, Brooks, Chandler, Cotton, Courtney, Harrison, Little, Hidgon, Purvis, Quinley, Watts, etc.!!

Blessings in your search,

Ken Johnson
Molino, FL
kenjohnson1957@cs.com


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