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From: Alf Christophersen 02 45 41 97 <>
Subject: Letter from Soc.Roots on Usenet Netnes (2)
Date: Thu, 1 Jun 89 14:53:50 EDT
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From: (Ellen Keyne Seebacher)
Subject: Re: From Roots-L: Re: UNSUSCRIPTION....
Date: 31 May 89 17:12:40 GMT
Organization: University of Chicago
Reply-To: (Ellen Keyne Seebacher)
>>I need a list of the names of Benjamin Harrison (pres) grandchildrn
>>thanks in advance
>Try writing a company called Accelerated Indexing Systems -- they are putting
>together booklets on famous people and Presidents' families...
>They are an Ann Arbor company, I believe. Also check the IGI...and see
>if any Mormons anywhere in the world are working on the Harrison line.
I must be missing something. Charles, have you not checked _Burke's
Presidential Families of the United States of America_? I would think
they would be at least slightly reliable. Here's the information from
our (university) library online catalogue (the reference number is the
Library of Congress designation):
CS69.B820 Burke's presidential families of the
1981 United States of America /[edited
by Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd].
2nd ed. London: Burke's Peerage; Elmsford, N.Y.: distributed in North
America by British Book Center, 1981.
xiv, 597, 94 p. : geneal. tables, ports. ; 26 cm. Includes index.
Other Entries -----
PRESIDENTS--UNITED STATES-- GENEALOGY.
If you can't locate a copy of this in a local library, then send me a
SnailMail address and I'll send you a photocopy of the relevant pages.
(I looked at the Harrisons last year, looking for clues to my
step-grandfather's supposed relationship to them. There are too many
descendants for me to type them all in.)
Betty's suggestion is still a good one, but unnecessary work if you haven't
seen this first.
Ellen Keyne Seebacher University of Chicago Computing
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