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Re: Early Alsobrooks
Posted by: Rosalyn Alsobrook (ID *****2580) Date: June 23, 2002 at 15:16:42
In Reply to: Re: Early Alsobrooks by Mary Cunningham of 431

The link is:

But be warned that my genealogy software and my network server don't get along and there's a problem with the links. You have to make sure NO capitals show up in the URLs even though the software automatically produced capital letters when making links.

It's a mess. But if you are patient enough to make sure the URLs in your location window have all capitals changed to little letters, you can pretty much get around.

I can only take our Alsobrooks back to William M. Alsobrook b. 1830-1831 in Darlington District, SC and who was in Dyer County TN in 1850 and Carroll Parish, LA in 1860 and died while serving the CSA on Christmas Day 1862 (in Vicksburg). I cannot figure out who his father was. I have William M or S Alsobrook on the website, but the ONLY time the S shows up is in the 1860 Census. All land sales, military records, etc. that have a middle initial have used M.

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