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Re: Who can claim Thomas E. Gerren, deputy U. S. marshal in 1800's Texas?
Posted by: Ron Bestrom (ID *****2263) Date: January 21, 2009 at 18:18:36
In Reply to: Re: Who can claim Thomas E. Gerren, deputy U. S. marshal in 1800's Texas? by Nita of 65448

Nita,
It was brought to my attention by a couple of researchers in the Washington and Oregon area on the VAST knowledge you have on genealogy research and assistance to others. I "normally" look at previous posting for more information on the subject being researched. On this posting, I did not, thus missing the work you have done. My long time genealogy work has been to assist others, the last couple of years I have been attempting to do damage control for wrong families being found, wrong leads, etc. Thank you for all the assistance you have given to others. Forgive me for attempting to help the helper.

Ron Bestrom


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