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Re: Old York Dist Plats in Cherokee County
Posted by: Butch Sanders (ID *****6011) Date: February 28, 2003 at 23:22:13
In Reply to: Re: Old York Dist Plats in Cherokee County by Joann Warmack of 476

Sorry for delay in my reply. As to Logans and Morelands in those York Plats -- I don't know. I think I remember seeing something on the Morelands, but not sure. They are on a film from the LDS folks in Salt Lake City. I only transcribed those that I posted and they were concentrated in a pretty limited area. There are several hundred more on the film. If you email me at, I can send you the file/film numbers.

Thanks for the Hathorn info. I had James who married Lillias McClurkin, but no family for him. And as to alternative spellings of McClurkins, you wouldn't believe how many ways it can be spelled. Not only is it found without the second 'C', but any vowel can be substituted for the 'u' and the 'i' with all combinations thereof. And there are a few more older radical spellings.

Many Thanks, Butch

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