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Re: Robert Levi Sellers in TX late 1800s
Posted by: Lawrence Brown (ID *****2776) Date: February 19, 2011 at 18:26:50
In Reply to: Re: Robert Levi Sellers in TX late 1800s by Barbara Meunier of 435

Hi Barbara: Not really. My brother Ron is more active in genealogy work than am I, if you like I could put you in touch with him or let me know what info you need and I'll forward it on to him. I haven't done much work myself, but what I have is a fabulous large genealogy book that was written up by an extended cousin by the name of Sellers. If you want more info, email me privately or let me know how I can reach you privately.

Larry


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