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Re: Weyer family research
Posted by: Maurice Woolsoncroft (ID *****5233) Date: September 03, 2006 at 07:30:49
In Reply to: Re: Weyer family research by Joanne Walker of 243

Hello Joanne, Thanks for the reply.

Please email me at as we
can visit off the record.

To your question of my having more information concerning the land records. YES. (off the top of my head ) I
would guess it was about 1966 when I used to correspond
with John Kerr Rose, your husbands near relative who was
the National Archivist in Washington DC. He was also
looking into this matter and we corresponded many times.
I have saved all our letters.

When you write me on my address: Pls let me know more
about your personal lives. Where you live, occupations,
and etc. I will be 63 in Nov. Retired from the Santa
Fe (BNSF) Railway offices after 41+ years of service.
I homesteaded 20 acres outside of Lawrence, KS in 1997
and 4,500 sq ft home completed in May 1998. I raise
miniature horses. My interests also include perennial gardening and antiques. Naturally I do not have enough
time for any of them. grin. Then mid-year I decided
to suppliment my pension with a part time job at the local farm store ORSCHELIN's. Everyone says get more exercise and lifting 50 lb feed sacks is exercise, but I am getting paid for it. grin. Also I think operating a fork-lift
is fun. Looking forward to further conversations, Bye.

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