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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: TRYPHOSA LEE and the TRAITORS of RUNNYMEADE
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 17:56:52 -0000
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"Novel" ---- "Novel" ---- is El Pollo Loco's excuse for posting
rubbish ---- in an amalgam of supine incompetence and genealogical
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do
nothing." -- Attributed to Edmund Burke [1729-1797]
Warriors ---- "There is much tradition and mystique in the bequest of
personal weapons to a surviving comrade in arms. It has to do with a
continuation of values past individual mortality. People living in a
time made safe for them by others may find this difficult to
understand." _Hannibal_, Thomas Harris, Delacorte Press, , p. 397.
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"Bryant Smith" <> wrote in message
| I would not have posted the damned thing if I'd not thought it
| Bryant Smith
| Playa Palo Seco
| Costa Rica
| "David Greene" <> wrote in message
| > So far as published works available to me are concerned, the
| > ancestry of Tryphosa (Lee) Tracy are unknown. Nothing appears in the
| > discussions in
| > Jacobus's Waterman Family, vol. 1, Jacobus's Ackley-Bosworth
Acestry, or in
| > Wakefield's discussions in TAG vol. 51 (1975).
| > Hence I too would like to know the evidence for Tryphosa's parentage
| > take the discussion further!
| > DAVID GREENE
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