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Re: Napier Family-early 1800's
Posted by: Robert Calvert (ID *****7808) Date: February 27, 2007 at 10:03:42
In Reply to: Re: Napier Family-early 1800's by James Brittain of 798

Jim, It was great to receive your message and to know that my wife and I visited with your mother. Thank you for the offer to share genealogical material, I too will be pleased to share what I have. Since our 1989 visit in Eatonton I have received considerable material from Annie Ruth McMichael. I believe she was a friend of your mother's.She was the granddaughter of David Lawarence Jenkins, my wife, Anne Charlton Shaw, is a great granddaughter of David Lawrence Jenkins.

We are leaving for Atlanta tomorrow Feb. 28th to visit our
son Charles in Dunwoody. We return on March 8th. How do you suggest that we share our data? Much of my material would have to go by snail mail. I would so like to get to Eatonton on this trip, but I guess that we will settle for visiting with relatives in the Atlanta area. Anne is the granddaughter of Franklin Sanders Jenkins 1878-1960 and Minnie May Pharr 1884-1972.


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