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From: Horatio Paul McAfee <>
Subject: Re: Seawright Springs- Augusta Co.,VA
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 23:44:07 -0600
The correct URL for "The Hunters of Naked Creek" is
Get ready for some loud music.
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From: James Searight <>
Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 9:53 PM
Subject: Seawright Springs- Augusta Co.,VA
> Hi Folks- I ask several months ago on this post about the where the
> Seawright springs was at ( seems like years ago ) and I finally found
> the Seawright Springs. Of all places, it was in Augusta Co., VA all this
> There is terrific homepage written by Tracy Hunter.
> " The Hunters of Naked Creek "
> If you cannot find it on the http address as above, try searching
> in another way. It is a AOL address.
> If you remember that I was kidding about my Searights looking for
> the " fountain of youth " in the Seawright springs and the famous "
> Letort springs of Carlilse; Cumberland Co., PA.
> If you read Tracy homepage on Charles Curry letter written in 1907.
> You will wondered if there was any truth about the medical springs.
> Plus a interesting story in the letter about the " the old hermit". I
> am sure you will really enjoy the letter.
> Tracy has a listings of surnames in the five cemeteries in Augusta
> An extra plus special, Tracy has a Katherine G Bushman papers (
> 1991 to 1997) the surnames from A to Z in Augusta Co.in the homepage.
> If you are not tired at this point, I have some additional
> information from Mark Shivers on the Beverly Manor names, dates and
> acres in the Augusta Co in the 1738 to 1839. He spent many hours
> transcribing the info on the Beverly Manor plat.
> You can search ( punch ) under the old archives of rootwebs.
> http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listsearch.pl Type in VAALBEMA and
> under query type in " Beverly". Punch on the year 2000 and then look for
> filename 51. Lots of Scotch-Irish names.
> My Seawrights as well the others ( German included) travel on the
> valley road ( sometime call the great wagon road ) from Lancaster Co.,
> Pa. to Augusta Co. VA. There were other Scotch-Irish that traveled to
> Cumberland Co. PA. This happen before the eve the American Revolutionary
> Well I better stop for now and wish everyone a Happy Hunting and a
> Happy Thanksgiving in the weeks to come. Bye for now, Jim
> James R. Searight
> 1059 W. Highland Ave.
> Elgin, Il. 60123