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From: "Bil Brasington" <>
Subject: RE: [OWINGS] Re: Addison Owings Book
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 09:33:04 -0600
Sent page 263 which contains him and his wife but was not delivered
"Your mail to the following recipients could not be delivered because they
not accepting mail from :
I guess aol knows I don't use them.
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Why couldn't I have had one paper "pack rat" ancestor?
>Subject: [OWINGS] Re: Addison Owings Book
>Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 23:13:13 EST
>Thank you so much for your prompt reply re: my inquiry about the Addison
>book. My gggrandfather was John Cloud Haley Owings b. abt. 1858 in Roane,
>d, abt, 1899 in Dade Co., Mo. He married Charity Ann Underwood.
>His parents were Alfred Owings (Owens) and Mary Polly Long according to
>Ancestral FIile. They show Alfred b. abt. 1797 in N.C. and d. Oct. 23,
>Co., Tn. Mary Polly Long was b. abt. 1800 in Tn. and d. Aug. 17 1864 in
>Co. Mo. Alfred Owings parents wee Edward Owings and Elizabeth Sumpter.
>I would appreciate it if you would send me a page with my ancestors on it
>let you know if I wish to purchase the CD ROM.
>Thank you again.
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