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From: Cyndi Howells <>
Subject: [CyndisList] November 23, 2009
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 23:19:50 -0800


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November 23, 2009
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URL: http://www.everymaunder.com
TITLE: Maunder Family Worldwide
DESCRIPTION: A website for all people with the MAUNDER surname or variations - Maunders, Mander, Manders.

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URL: http://www.freegenealogytools.com/2009/11/vive-la-revolution-vive-la-france.html
TITLE: Free Genealogy Tools: Vive La Revolution! Vive La France!
DESCRIPTION: If you had an ancestor who perhaps lost their head during the French Revolution, this is the site for you...a name lookup of everyone who fell before the guillotine (including Ms. Antoinette, of course) during the Reign of Terror. It's not pretty, but then again, family history often isn't, n'est ce pas?.

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URL: http://looking4kin.ning.com/
TITLE: Looking 4 Kin Genealogy and Family History Social Network
DESCRIPTION: Be amongst the very 1st to join this brand new Genealogy Social Network (part of the original Looking 4 Kin).Your Network - Where helping hands help one another with our family history.

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URL: http://www.buybooksontheweb.com/product.aspx?ISBN=0-7414-5579-X
TITLE: ODOM Oracle
DESCRIPTION: Odom Oracle by: Sherrie Paty Barber (Author)ISBN: 0-7414-5579-X ©2009 Price: $24.95 Book Size: 8.5' x 11' , 423 pagesOdom Oracle follows six generations of the James W. and Mary Crisp Odom family spanning across America from Tennessee in 1815 to post World War I years. Category/Subject: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / General Odom Oracle chronicles six generations of the James W. and Mary Crisp Odom family from 1811-1925. By James? death in 1843 a family dynasty had been formed in Middle Tennessee. Among the second generation, Franklin Odom, who owned over 2000 acres of land, more than 90 horses and 75 slaves, fought beside his six sons for the Confederacy. By war?s end Franklin had five sons, no horses and land overrun by carpetbaggers. War?s devastation uprooted numerous Odom families moving them from Tennessee towards Texas and beyond. This is the Middle Tennessee Odom story.

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URL: http://www.hearthstonelegacy.com/madison.htm
TITLE: Madison County Arkansas History and Genealogy including Huntsville, Kingston, Hindsville, St. Paul, Wesley, Drake's Creek, Aurora, Marble, Delaney, Combs' Station, Powell, Clifty, Whitner, Civil War, maps, Goodspeed
DESCRIPTION: CD for sale. A collection of resources on CD for genealogy research in Madison County, Arkansas. Includes 177 pages with 99 family biographies. Includes the full 1889 History of Madison County, Arkansas by Goodspeed Publishing Company. Also included are 4 maps showing the location of 38 communities in Madison County. Includes Huntsville, Kingston, Hindsville, St. Paul, Wesley, Drake's Creek, Aurora, Marble, Delaney, Combs' Station, Powell, Clifty, Whitner, AR and the surrounding area.

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URL: http://sites.google.com/site/yourgenealogyhelpsite/free-human-translation-help
TITLE: Free Human Translation Help
DESCRIPTION: This site identifies websites where family researchers can get free human translation help, which is much better than machine translation. This is part of Your Genealogy Help Site.

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URL: http://nmgenealogy.blogspot.com
TITLE: The Baca / Douglas Genealogy and Family History Blog
DESCRIPTION: A personal genealogy blog for certain families from New Mexico and the Midwest United States. Surnames that are included are Baca, Torres, Zimmerly, Bourguignon, Douglas, Dunn, Hanks, etc.

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URL: http://nmgsblog.blogspot.com
TITLE: The New Mexico Genealogical Society Blog
DESCRIPTION: A blog for the New Mexico Genealogical Society, an organization that serves genealogists and family historians who are searching for their New Mexican roots.

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