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Re: I wrote the Trueblood book
Posted by: Donna Beeler (ID *****7358) Date: July 14, 2009 at 11:44:12
In Reply to: Re: I wrote the Trueblood book by Kevin Trueblood of 402

I'm pleased that my Grandmother gave you inspiration to do this. I'm trying to understand what the contents of the book contain. From what you are saying it sounds like you only have your direct ancestors back to Thomas then also your family lines through your mother's side. The only name that I recognized as being in the Trueblood line was Paschall, and I assume this was Lucy Ellen Paschall who married William Trueblood. The Trueblood In American book only deals with those within the bloodline of the Trueblood family and those who married into the family may have there parents listed and that is as far as it goes on their linage. I guess what I'm trying to say is the title of your book doesn't list these other names and people may think this has only to do with the Trueblood family when it actually does not. It contains information of other family lines not in the direct bloodline of the Truebloods. I really think you need to point this out to anyone who is wanting to purchase this book so they are aware of this and not thinking they are purching a book on just the Trueblood family. I'm glad you wrote a book on your family, that is a very wise thing to do, but the title is a bit misleading. I visited your website also and it looks very nice.

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