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Posted by: Pat Miers (ID *****0862) Date: January 02, 2008 at 15:42:46
In Reply to: Re: PERSONS LINEAGE Book by Glenda Hitchcock of 481

Hi Glenda,
You may go to your local library and see about an inter-library loan from any library in your state system that has a copy of the book. I was able to get a copy for awhile (I am in GA)and while I had it I maade a copy of the entire book. When making this copy, be SURE to copy EVERY PAGE,and I do mean every page so that all credits may be displayed when you put the pages in a binder. Be sure to include the INDEX !
It will take a 3" binder and I use the Acid & Lignin Free plastic sleeves. I have 2 pages, back to back, in each sleeve. I also give credit to the book when ever I give info that I take from the book.
The Person/s Lineage by George Fuller Walker.

Who are your Persons' family members that you are researching?
It is so imortant that these books are well taken care of as they cannot be replaced aand need to be shared by everyone.

George Fuller Walker also left his entire family research to The Washington Memorial Library in Macon, Georgia. I am sure they have a web page and you can order copies of other information from them. The library is very accommodating to researchers.

Good searching! Pat Miers

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