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Re: Research by Sarah Shaw Tatunova
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: August 01, 2011 at 15:23:17
In Reply to: Research by Sarah Shaw Tatunova by scott brockelman of 4754

If this is published indicated in hardback..... then you need to include the title. It's impossible to look for something without a title.
If you do a google search using her full name as your subject, you'll find quite a few references to her...have you tried them all? Her Yahoo page seems to be gone but there are lots of mentions I didn't try, and several email addresses...also, have you looked to see if you can find her on an online white pages site? I'd also try a google search, using Wrightsboro colony as the subject...there seem to a great many sites on this, too.
What were these "Index" on Wrightsboro? Could it be included in Hinshaw's Quaker Encyclopedia? It does contain many southern meeting records....
You do need, though, to include the years you're interested in, and the name of the Quaker meeting.... Wrightsboro might well have been the name of the town, colony, but not necessarily the meeting.

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