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From: "Aaron Orr" <>
Subject: Re: DAR LINEAGE BOOKS
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 13:43:56 -0500


Can someone tell this Ignorant Irish Immigrant what DAR is?

Aaron
-----Original Message-----
From: Jack Wilson <>
To: <>
Date: November 15, 1998 11:35 PM
Subject: Re: DAR LINEAGE BOOKS

>Wylene et. al.
>
>I am planning to visit the Washington DC DAR library between
>Xmas and New Years inthe hopes of finding info helpful to my
>mother's application. Letters and phone calls to New
>England town clerks have mostly resulted in replies that
>their records were destroyed.
>
>I am hoping something is available through other DAR
>member's who traced their ancestry to my mom's two proven
>ancestors but can't get the necessary birth and marriage
>records for a part of that line between her and them. Do
>you think I am barking up the wrong tree trying to pursue a
>fruitless search?
>
>--
>Jack R. Wilson
>Garden Grove, CA
>
>A Proud Sponsor Plus of
>http://www.rootsweb.com/
>
>
> wrote:
>>
>> As a member of the DAR, I can tell you that they do not accept the
records as
>> submitted.
>>
>> To be listed in the DAR books, you must first be a member of the DAR.
>>
>> To join the DAR you have to submit cerified copys of everything. They
check
>> and recheck every thing.................. believe me, I have submitted
>> numberous ancestors and know how very careful they are.
>

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