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From: "Jackie Dotson" <>
Subject: Re: A huge list welcome to Annie Lee
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 23:28:20 EST

That is the most hilarious letter, Annie! I'm so glad to hear from you. I
am an Owens researcher, roots in Currituck/Tyrrell County. Have ties with
your lines, and would like to compare notes sometime. Welcome Jackie

>From: Annie L Wightman <>
>Subject: Re: A huge list welcome to Annie Lee
>Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 12:32:05 -0500
>Deanna I haven't the slightest idea how I arrived here. I did apply
>for newsletter yesterday and this morning had many messages which
>perplexed me. I did know about Wm. Bailey Barco in a query from Jean
>Bist and wrote her a long and quite well done letter; Well, I don't know
>what in the world I did this time but think Dementor, the computer
>phantom, is behind it. Apparently the only thing that went out was my
>closing line, and besides that my name and subject Barco appear on my
>screen in messages to: box and , no matter what I tried, I could not send
>out that original letter or get rid of it. So I sent off a hurried
>replacement to J. Bist with less information. I was already exhausted by
>the original missal and in a hurry to get ready to go to the dentist. I
>can't make paragraphs or make corrections without erasing all the way
>back. I send out most things warts and all and hope for the
>understanding of an old hand. I thought I was headed for a nervous
>breakdown at first and have a rash which is either a computer -caused
>dermatitis, guilt bumps or maybe liver disease (my diagnosis) And now
>apparently the only way to get a message to you is through NCCURRIT. Ive
>put both Addresses in in my ignorance and am praying for delivery--or
>deliverance. Just tried the latest instruction on how to
>start a new paragraph. No go. I'll just continue to use my space bar.
> I also lost all the email I rec'd on Mar 9, including Kay's formula for
>getting into Hyde County. I'm embarrassed to ask again. I did copy it
>onto a pad but it doesn't behave well. Talk to you later, Regards,
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