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Re: Russell's in White Co. in the 1870's
Posted by: Matt Jordan (ID *****7867) Date: August 12, 2010 at 15:41:17
In Reply to: Re: Russell's in White Co. in the 1870's by GARY SHAFFER of 829

Hi Gary,

We've made quite a summer of it! Glad to help you where I can, but of course thanks for helping me. I would not have know about the Lewis Benjamin connection were it not for your help. Yes, this opens a new chapter as I have new sources for clues in the extended family. As I've found there is often additional information these branches hold that I'm not aware of yet (Case in point--Jason Manley).

As it were, my research will slow down for awhile. This summer I took off from conferences & summer school for family purposes and took advantage of the time for this research, but now I return to another school year. I'll keep you posted on my progress in the future and appreciate the same. Thanks again for all your help.


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