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Long Branch memories group
Posted by: Margaret Dyas (ID *****1183) Date: August 19, 2004 at 09:27:29
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If anybody is interested, I just started a discussion group/message board at Yahoo Groups called Long Branch NJ memories. The site is at:

The group is for reminiscing about life in mid-century Long Branch, New Jersey (Monmouth County) and while the theme focuses on Long Branch memories and history, genealogy is included as well. My ancestors came to Long Branch from Jersey City some time in the early 1900s. I wasn't born there, but every Summer we would go to Jersey to visit my grandmother in Long Branch and those were the best Summers I ever had! The web site/group is free but if you are not already a member of Yahoo Groups, you will need to create an ID and password to join. If you are already registered with Yahoo Groups, then all you need to do is go to the page and click on the right side where it says "Join This Group."

Come join in and post your memories, photos, etc. of Long Branch from days of olde. I hope to see y'all there!

Peggy Dyas
Group Moderator for:
LongBranchNJmemories at Yahoo Groups
PullmanCompanyResearchers at Yahoo Groups
List Administrator for:
Emley-L at Rootsweb
Pullman-Company-L at Rootsweb

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