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From: Anthony Coyan <>
Subject: Re: [OHJACKSO] First Families of Jackson county
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2011 14:01:35 -0400
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Elmer,
I don't know the answer to your McGhee question. But I will add this. The
JCOGS has a couple of file cabinet drawers full of family history files that
have been submitted to us by folks through the years.

I can't speak for our chapter, but my hope is that we digitize these records
and make them available online just as they are available to anyone who
visits the local library. I plan to bring this topic up at tomorrow's
meeting

There is a wealth of family tree info contained in these files. Obviously
though, the JCOGS is not responsible for the accuracy of the info

Anthony


On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 9:02 PM, Elmer Thorn <>wrote:

> Anthony,
> Do you know the relationship between John McGhee and Mayfield MCGhee?
> Mayfield McGhee married Anna Thorn. They remained in Jackson Co until
> death
> and I am sure there are some descendants still there?
> Elmer Thorn
>
>


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