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I am trying out some other lists and this is from IT-WHITE-L(a)rootsweb.com
I opened it and clicked on a link and all was working. I am getting all my
info together and deleting other mail to clear a path so I am not to over
I have to get the 9.11.01 info copied before it no longer is on the net and
available. It is going into my genealogy papers for future generations. I
have some good articles from Miami, Florida if anyone that would like to have
the URLs, archives are good for back issues and pics are just so good.
In a message dated 9/29/01 8:49:56 AM, conniesuetoo(a)worldnet.att.net writes:
<< This is from Morningstar on the applachian-family list:
"This link is to a site that all persons searching ancestors
should view.It is called Virginia Runaways,and no it isn't jus black
slaves,it is also more white indentured slaves.But it has ships
owners,plantation owners,and so much more.The big plus is the discriptions of
the people thus giving us their appearances.
here it is incase the link doesn't work
This site has names such as
Buchanan,Bennett,Vance,Wilson,Jackson,Dobson,Day,Hill ect. So pass it on to
all the known Nc/Sc/Va/Ky/Tn sites or friends out there,and remember in the
1700's which this is focused on WV was VA. Good luck in searching."
Morningstar Conniesue >>
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