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From: Catherine Desmarais CG <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] New blog "No Stone Unturned"
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 07:42:46 -0400
I've discovered that the name 'No Stone Unturned' isn't uncommon. I thought
it fit with my business name. As to the family newsletter, I'd try Google
and NUCMC. You also may want to call the local historical society in the
area where the author lived or where the family originated. Maybe the
author donated copies. You could also put a message on a Stone surname
bulletin board. Maybe someone has back copies they'd share. Good luck with
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On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 11:51 PM, Carol Botteron <>wrote:
> >From: Catherine Desmarais CG <>
> >I've just jumped into the genealogy blogging community and started a blog
> >called "No Stone Unturned." I'm hoping it will be a place for
> >about genealogy research in Vermont and beyond. ...
> 20-odd years ago there was a paper journal about the Stone family, with
> the same title "No Stone Unturned." Does anyone know if a collection
> of this is available on line or elsewhere?
> While I'm here, if anyone has New England Hixson / Hixon / Hickson
> people, please contact me to share info; I have a large database.
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