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Re: Ethel Mae Choate, 1899 - 1963
Posted by: Berlene Jacques (ID *****1516) Date: October 21, 2004 at 19:44:00
In Reply to: Re: Ethel Mae Choate, 1899 - 1963 by Ted Pack of 653

Hello Ted,

Thank you so much for your time to look up this information for me.

You mentioned that you help people with this to pay back the generosity that others have given you in your research.

I do have a Choate/Chote connection but I am helping someone who contacted me about George Washington and Ethel Mae Mitchell Choate....Like you I am just trying to repay others kindness to me. She is new to geneaology and I am trying to get her started. Unfortunately, GW's information was not that informative but Ethel's was a wealth of information. I will be contacting you via e-mail with my home address and I will see if the young lady will send me her address and I will pass it on to her.

Thank you again for your time and God Bless you and your family.

P.S. Are you the same TED PACK I contacted a couple of years ago who has a site explaining "cousins once removed", etc? If so, I still have your website in my favorites.

Berlene Jacques


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