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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: President Bush's Celebrity Cousins
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 03:40:43 -0000
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Now, of course, Henry Sutliff would have a good case with respect to
We should just ignore posts of this sort.
Sloan will give it up ---- as he really has nothing to say.
"Having taught in a university history department for more than 36 years
now, I would seek objectivity from anyone on the street before asking an
academic colleague in history." Norman Ravitch, Professor of History,
University of California, Riverside in _ The Wall Street Journal _, 5
Nov 1998, p. A23.
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"Sam Sloan" <> wrote in message
| At 09:22 AM 2/16/2002 -0600, Doug McDonald wrote:
| >I have looked for famous cousins of my own, and so far I can find
| >very few, none of whom are very modern. To wit, I have found
| >1) Jesse James
| I think you are mistaken.
| Although the grandparents of Jesse James are known, his ancestry
| that is not known.
| Just about everybody nowadays is trying to claim a relationship with
| James, but nobody can prove it.
| I have a great great uncle named Joseph Martin James. This might make
| relative of Jesse James, if somebody could prove who the
| of Jesse James was.
| Sam Sloan