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Re: Grayson County History Books
Posted by: Kay Balsley Date: April 29, 2000 at 11:20:58
In Reply to: Re: Grayson County History Books by Brownie MacKie of 1676

Maggie,
I'd like to know the particulars on this Grayson Co. History book as well, but please feel free to post it here, in case anyone else is interested! All my maternal line is from Gainesville, but all my paternal line are from Grayson, especially Howe.
During his later years, my Grand-dad, Warren (Doc) A. WILSON took great pride in being the "oldest living native son of Howe!"

(btw......what's with the new name.. "Mmargaret"?)

I'll bet all this genealogy research has finally gotten to you, and you're starting to stutter out of pure stress!! ***SMILE****!

Thanks, Kay Balsley


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