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From: "Max Maxfield" <>
Subject: Re: Help!
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 1996 08:26:24 -0500
I too have a scanner and would be willing to help. I'm in Phoenixville, PA
> From: Pat Grout <>
> To: Quaker Roots discussion list <>
> Subject: RE: Help!
> Date: Sunday, October 27, 1996 1:31 AM
> K. Bond suggested scanning the letters which Paul has and posting them to
> web page. I think that is an excellent idea. I have a scanner which I
> would be glad to use to aid in posting this or other material to Quaker
> Corner or some other appropriate web page, if someone would like to send
> copies of material to scan. If you have such material, please Email me
> privately, and I will tell you where to send it by snail mail. This
> applies only to material which it would not be illegal to copy and post,
> Pat Grout ( or )
> (I am sending this with my microsoft mail program and praying that the
> winmail.dat file doesn't get sent along with it. I am often hesitant to
> post because of that problem, so if it trails this message, please excuse
> it. I have done everything I know how to get rid of it, but it persists
> accompanying some of my messages.)
> Paul D. Porter wrote:
> > I have a collection of original letters written from 1780 thru 1859
> > They revolve around an apparent Quaker family named HOUGH.
> > A number of other individuals are also named.
> > Pennsylvania and Great Crossings Kentucky are two locations
> > The letters survived leaving the United States and later returning.
> > I feel certain the contents are of interest and value to someone but
> > who?
> > Any ideas?
> > Paul Porter