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From: Nelda Percival <>
Subject: Re: [DEV] DEVON Digest, Vol 4, Issue 226
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 20:13:30 -0500
Since DEBBIE KENNETT wrote that email she has to give permission, but as the Webmistress and an Assistant Admin of the project for the Lost Colony Genealogy and DNA Research Group,your welcome to point out "OUR" project and refer anyone to the website.
If you spend some time reading you will find it is a very interesting subject.
> From: > To: > Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 20:22:53 +0000> Subject: Re: [DEV] DEVON Digest, Vol 4, Issue 226>>> Hello Devon Group. I've been a member of this group previously before we moved. The message about the "Lost Colony Project" caught my eye because one of the names listed in the article is "WILLIS". I belong to a Yahoo WILLIS group on-line and I know they've been doing some DNA research. I don't know a lot about what's happening with the DNA research with this group, but I'm wondering if it would be all right for me to put this message (#5 below from Debbie Kennett) in my WILLIS research group.>> I live in the State of Washington near the Pacific Ocean, USA, but was born in Exeter, Devon. My mother is English and my father American, so that makes me both (I guess). The main names I'm researching are DAVIS and TOWNSEND in Exeter. Later on I'll put more information in here. If I haven't put this message in this forum properly then please le!
t me know how to do it the right way. Thanks.>> Janette