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Brenda, I don't have a computer at home, so it makes me a little slow in checking and sending messages. The problem with the booklet is I had about three of my family lines which I was working on and had put most all of my notes, including the Mounce-Indian stories, in one of the plastic, grocery bags, left for a short period of time, and I have not seen my notes and folders since then. I'm sure it was mistaken as trash. I wish my memory were as keen as it used to be--I wouldn't be so dependent upon notes. I'm almost certain the author's name was Troxell. I remember thinking that this man's ancestors were close friends with my ancertors, Denneys and Mounces, having seen Troxell on marriages for Denney and Mounce. Let me get back with you in a few days just in case I can find something I may have left behind in a folder that wasn't tossed. It's worth a look. I'm in So. Calif., or I would gladly go
to the library in Whitley Co., Ky. and scout the booklet down. Our trip was in 1994. By for now, Karen.