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From: "edith" <>
Subject: Re: [HAMILTON-L] Hello... Any Colorado Hamiltons out there?
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 99 08:31:14 PDT
I read your post on Crafts-L re Scrapbooking from genealogy. I was excited to learn how you were setting it up.
Just one thing, you must not be one of us ghouls take pictures of tombstones, especially when they are in a different area than the one in which we live (mine all are). I have pictures of many, many tombstones that I want to include since many are before the average families had photos.
There are lots of us HAMILTON folk here in Colorado but I think each branch sent one member to Colorado.
I know exactly how you feel. I've come to the conclusion that my
Hamilton family from SW Pa is like the "lonely little petunia in an
onion patch"--surrounded by thousands of other Hamiltons, but not
related to a one of them!
Eva in Tallahassee
> I looked, prodded, plead, begged, and even wondered
> if there is anyone...
> just one person.. on this site who is researching
> the Hamiltons of Colorado.
> I have come to the sad conclusion that my
> grandmothers small family on the
> western slope is the total and sum of all the
> Hamiltons in the entire State
> of Colorado.
> What a shame!
> Edgar Lewis Hunt - The Florida Keys
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