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Brian, I can assure you Gary is not pulling your leg. Yes, there are stores that just sell computers and components. We have stores that sell just appliances, stores that sell just paper goods, such as paper tableclothes, plates and glasses. You name it, whatever your heart desires, there is a custom store that sells it. Most of them are chain stores like Wal-Mart, owned by the same company and located in all the big cities throughout the US. I think most Europeans are flabbergasted when they come to America and see the abundance we have. I am very grateful for what I have. As to "Milton", I don't know where you got the name Milton. "Martin Dennord, by one scrivner, is found in the publication of the North Carolina Genealogical Society. Two copies of the petition were made by different scrievners, possibly to send on different ships to England." Norris says in February of 1983, he secured copies of the signature pages from both of the original documents from the Public Record Office in England. The copy filed as CO5/, r.p.50 is quite clear as Martin Dennard. The copy filed as CO5, R.P.50 shows Martin Dennord, an error by that scrivener.
"James Dennard was in a list of taxables in New Bern "Found among loose papers of Craven County" according to a newspaper genealogical column dated July 18, 1982. The date of the tax record was not shown but another reference places it after 1774. The name "James Granard" also appears on the above petition in 1733. Should it have been copied as James Dennard?" Dennard Heritage p 1.