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Re: Jacob Fred around Marion County
Posted by: Velda Date: June 17, 2001 at 18:22:06
In Reply to: Re: Jacob Fred around Marion County by Ruth Driggs of 81

It costs $65.00, which includes the shipping and postage. It is not a money making venture; it is just the recovery of the cost of printing the large volume in a limited edition. Actually, it is less than many other printed genealogies at this time. It will not give you the generations back to Jean /Jan Belleville. That is covered in the first volume. You can find the early information at Olive Tree.com (I am not sure of the .com, but look for Phillipe Casier on your web brouser. I have found the family there in that way. For the most part it duplicates Dr. Taylor's work on that period. Write to Ivan Andrews, 831 Laurel Ct., Rodeo CA 94572. He does not have e mail.
Happy Hunting,
Velda


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