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From: "Michael W. Condardo" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Re: [MELTON-L]Illinois and Izard County AR marriages
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 06:59:11 -0700
But you ramble so good...would you happen to have a pointer for Iron. co. MO.?
Really need to see the 1850 and 1860 census records. Can you tell me where
to go? (Bernie...stay out of this! LOL) (why to I feel like ya'll are gonna
answer...HA) Sonia has got me chasing my "JD" Melton in KY. On the
startlingly brillant side, I have finally located a copy of a 1911 book on
the KY CSA unit
my Alexander Jones and his brother in-law Pryor Reynolds served in. Have a
great day...Mike C.
At 10:53 PM 8/28/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Hey, It's worth a phone call. Where exactly is Barry County, Missouri? I
>pass through a good part of Missouri on my way to Kentucky. I just might
>take a side trip!! I passed through McNairy county TN (East of Memphis on
>Hwy 64 between Memphis and Savannah Tennessee) where my great grandfather
>Joseph Melton was born.....I think....ummmmm!
>They moved to McMinn and my grandfather Nathan Hamby Melton says on two
>different documents that he was born in McMinn County and then Athens, TN in
>Polk County. McMinn was either changed to Polk or they cut off a piece and
>called it Polk County. Most of the databases show all of Nathan Hamby's
>children as being born in Ironton, Iron County Missouri. I'm sure that
>Nathan's birthplace IS McMinn because his mother Margaret Lacewell is buried
>there in Dodson's Cemetery. Oh my....how I ramble.....
>Do You Yahoo!?
>Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com
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>The US GenWeb site for Izard County can be found at:
Just try'n to keep up with the...
JONES'S, MELTONS, LANGSTONS, REYNOLDS, DOCKINS, HICKS
Izard Co.ARK area >KY and TN and all points South.
Pay Pal on it's way...
Please ship to:
Michael W. CONDARDO
2202 S. 6th Ave.
Yakima, Wa. 98903
This Genealogy thing is a life-long pursuit because our ancestor DIDN'T keep
good records...I guess they were too busy living there lives. UMM, does this
mean I need to get a LIFE?
I have even researched the possiblility that my surname CONDARDO,
in Italian, would translate as CON = with, and DARDO = darts......with darts;
might refleck an inherited ablility to sling those arrows of outrageous
It's those one-line zingers...THAT get me in trouble.
...............it's your responsibility to "prove" your line...
gotta go...e-mail to read...info to cut and paste...a hard-drive to fill.
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