Mary Ann -
After I posted this, many kind Trueblood descendants (must be genetic!) posted messages to me, and I followed up on all of their respective information. Donna Beeler, granddaughter of the author, told me that she was part of a group of people who put the information in the Trueblood book online. You can find it at:
and at several other URL's as well. Donna told me that the online resource was updated and corrected (several mistakes in the book, though it's astounding the accuracy given the time and the method of recordkeeping).
Because I am a little bit of a skeptic, I still sought *the book* and found it at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) library in DC (near my home), and via interlibrary loan from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.
In short, Donna was right.
Holding the book was very special, but if you're looking for information for research purposes, look online.
If you have further questions or if you want me to pop down to the library to find a page or something else for you, I'll gladly carve out some time and get it for you.
I hope this helps, and I will gladly continue the conversation via direct email: email@example.com.
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