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From: Marie McNealey <>
Subject: Re: Telephone area codes.Have they changed?
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 1998 08:06:47 -0800
If you send the names of the places or person you want to call I am
sure that someone here can look up the numbers for you and make
sure that you get the right number.
At 12:56 PM 1/18/98 +0000, you wrote:
>I've recently tried to ring Seattle and Walla Walla WA from
England to be told
>by a recorded message that the numbers are not available.
Somewhere I'm sure I
>have seen details about code changes. The Seattle no. I want is in
>if that makes any difference.
>It sounds mean, but International Directory Enquiries is very
>and I'd rather spend my money on stamps and potocopies.
>I know thisisn't quite genealogy but I'm trying to ring long lost
>I suppose in one way it is!!
>Suella Fogg Postles
>-- Dave PostlesDept of English Local History, University of
>http://www.le.ac.uk/elh/pot/intro.html (under construction!)
Mine: http://www.cnw.com/~sams/cree/ & http://Ppage.net/?ree
Snail mail: PO Box 147 Burlington, Wa 98233-0147
Surnames: Uitto, Wilen, Maki >> Washington/Finland,
Dent Co., Missouri, Craig >> Nebraska, Curtis >> Washington to
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