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Subject: [CENSUS_ONLINE_NEWS] Updates, links and more
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~~~~~ CENSUS ONLINE & OTHER DIGGINS ~~~~~
As listed in Worldwide Top 100 Genealogy Sites
Hi group and welcome to new subscribers.
Additions to the site have been very slow this month. I have been out of
town half of the month at softball tournaments. I have a 16 year old
daughter and her team made it to the National tournament this year. The
tournament was held in Washington state and we spent almost 2 weeks in that
beautiful state. We won some games and lost some games. Her team ended up
in about the middle of the pack. It was a fantastic experience for all the
girls and I wouldn't have missed it for the world.
What this means to you, is very few updates.
I will try to type faster this month to make up for it!
These are the updates this week.
Barren Co, KY Marriages - added 92 records.
Gordon Co, GA 1860 Census - added 120 names.
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