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Re: Lafayette Crim 1844-1915
Posted by: Joe Crim (ID *****7052) Date: October 25, 2005 at 15:44:50
In Reply to: Re: Lafayette Crim 1844-1915 by Denise carroll of 781

Denise,

Great to hear from you again! There seems to be little doubt that John Hasten Crim and his descendants, and Lafayette Crim and his descendants, both had Hasten Linville Crim as their ancestor. It is exciting news that you are participating in the DNA testing -- is this Family Tree DNA? If so, do you plan to put up a website for it via the Family Tree DNA hosting? One of my correspondants does the Rutledge surname site* for Family Tree DNA, and it looks really sharp. Maybe I could get my Dad to do this, also. He is 82 now -- I talked about genealogy with him long distance yesterday. Still healthy for that age, I'm glad to note. ;-)

All the best,

Joe Crim
Athens GA

*check it out:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rutledgedna/index.html


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