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From: "The Carver's Daughter" <>
Subject: Re: Hello all/Civil war letters
Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2004 17:20:16 -0400
References: <413A9DD3.AE416C7E@earthlink.net> <413AA35B.000003.03620@DFFM3Y11> <a04310118bd60e9df5b27@[216.114.176.224]> <413B7742.87145CE4@earthlink.net> <a04310104bd61a7768a0f@[216.114.166.62]> <017401c49448$6b252890$9ec5c418@S0031780869>


And if you have them scanned and don't have time to transcribe to list -
send scans via email to me - I have LOTS of time to post them to the list
<grin>




----- Original Message -----
From: "The Carver's Daughter" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, September 06, 2004 3:33 PM
Subject: Re: Hello all/Civil war letters


> Hey - transcribe and post them on this list - I am VERY interested in
> reading them.
>
> CArol
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ruth Barton" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Monday, September 06, 2004 1:35 AM
> Subject: Re: Hello all/Civil war letters
>
>
> > Tootsie, Been there, done that. Can't seem to find anyone who is
> remotely
> > related or interested in these letters. Ruth
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > At 4:29 PM -0400 9/5/04, Tootsie wrote:
> > >Ruth,
> > >I started doing genealogy ie researching my Mom's side which has took
me
> to my
> > >maiden name tree. If you have a name as to who wrote the civil war
> letters
> > >there may be a researcher out there that would absolutely LOVE and feel
> like
> > >they had found a gold mind to have a copy of those letters.
> > >I was born and raised in Ohio and I have sent for my famiies civil war
> papers
> > >and to actually have a letter would be so wonderful. What state and
what
> was
> > >the surname on the letters. What made the civil war papers so great to
> me is
> > >you learned their height and other info plus usually their handwriting.
> > >Personal stuff like that is what I love.
> > >Tootsie
> > --
> > Ruth Barton
> >
> > Dummerston, VT
> >
>


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