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Re: SMITH in 1860 and 1870 Texas Census
Posted by: Darlene Baker Date: January 02, 2001 at 04:39:27
In Reply to: Re: SMITH in 1860 and 1870 Texas Census by Lois Chandler of 65481

Yeah!! Its feal frustrating!!! sometimes you just want to scream!!!! Ah!!!!!!!!!
i would be easier if I didn't have to work then I could physically go to these places.

OF course its even worse when listed on marriage certificate by married name instead of maiden name. And so forth!!
I know you understand my plight.

I think my John E. Smith had a brother and at least a sister that the family remembers to his twin sister.

Anyway thnks for the thoughts.
Good LUck in your search ! i will keep you in mind.

Darlene Baker


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