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Posted by: Norma Stafford (ID *****5419) Date: February 26, 2011 at 11:10:30
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Hello to all of our family members.
Some of you I know and some of you I don't know. I am writing to inform you that Clifford Hammon's book
has gone to print. Cliff bought the rights to this book from J. Randall Houp who originally published the book in 1991. Cliff worked the last year of his life getting this book back into print. He was only days away from seeing his dream come true when he suddenly past away. His Daughters and I are seeing this dream come true.

The book is now ready for purchase from or from Publish America. Either place will work. seems to get the book out quicker and is doing free shipping. The book (vol. 1 & 2) is priced at just under $30.00 each.

Cliff was not allowed to put any pictures that was in the original book. It has all the original information.. The original book was over 1,000 pages and now I think there is about 300 in each volume. So I guess this is why. He was disappointed but mainly wanted the information out there for the families that are doing research. So bless his heart it is out there for any of you wanting to purchase the books.

This is Cliff description of the book, so I hope this will help you to know if you would be interested in the purchase of this wonderful book that is filled with our family descendants.
The book has family history from White Co. Tennessee, to
Berryville, Ark., into Stone Co. Mo. right through the Civil War. A few family names, Plumlee, Johnson, Sander, Leonard, Rogers, Daniels/Daniel and many others, there were 7 Plumlee brothers that was in the Stone County
Home Guard, 4 of them later signed into the Missouri 24th Infantry/Lyons Legend. This will give you some idea of the content, records, not full length stories, just shorts stories.

Thanks for any help that you have given to Clifford over the years. He is missed !! Write to me if you have any questions.

Norma Stafford
Cliff's Niece

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