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From: "Carol McBain" <>
Subject: Re: [OHCEN] TODAY ONLY: Topic for Discussion
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 17:03:38 -0600
I am single too, but I do have someone to pass things onto. A genealogy
library in the area where the
person either lived or grew up would be a good way to keep the genalogy
going. I'm still searching for missing anchesters, but that's what I plan
to do with my genealogy. In Wisconsin where I live
in Richland county, they have a great genealogy library, and I go there a
couple times a year just to
do research. It's only a suggestion.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 8:52 AM
Subject: [OHCEN] TODAY ONLY: Topic for Discussion
> Hi Everyone:
> The commentary on "Cleaning Mother's House" has generated a question from
> one of our subscribers, so for TODAY ONLY (Monday), I'm opening up
> list for comments and suggestions on this question:
> I have no one to pass my genealogy finding on to, what
> would be some alternatives if others someday wanted to know. (A book is
> really an option.)
> Please remember, our main list function is for census lookups so let's
> carry this topic beyond today, but maybe we can give our subscriber, who
> a long time member, some ideas.
> Best Regards,
> Marilyn in Ohio
> List Admin.
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