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From: "marilyn E B" <>
Subject: Re: [ROOTS-L] What to do!
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 19:06:24 -0500
Another suggestion would be to check with Universities in the area related
to in your work.
I recently referred a friend of mine to the University in the same town
where her aunt had
lived and they were very happy to get the material.
On Dec 15, 2007 11:21 PM, <> wrote:
> Dear Rooter's: I had something brought up to me today. I am 69, not old
> not young either, and have been "doing Genealogy" for 25 or more years and
> have a rather large file collection of copied data and information
> documenting my
> finds over the years.
> My question is this, what to do with the files and my data as far as a
> bequest or will goes? My books, some of them a "rare" find, I already
> have a
> potential home for them so they are not a problem. My genealogy CD's as
> well what
> to do with them?
> Any suggestions will be more than welcome. I am only attempting to make
> easier for my family etc.
> Charlotte Maness </HTML>
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