I would recommend (if you haven't already) looking at their UW GenWeb page.
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From: "djaquiss" <djaquiss(a)pressroom.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 7:20 AM
Subject: Re: Roots - Appanoose Co. Genealogy Society
From: "Marcia Snyder" <m44as(a)direcway.com>
Do you know if there is much information available for Appanoose Co from
library or genealogy society? Since I just joined this list, I
learned where to search yet.
You are more than welcome.
We have found the Appanoose Co. Genealogy Society to be an excellent
and so very helpful. I don't know what they are presently doing
to be finding out as I have some unsolved mysteries in Appanoose.
which is the following: what happened to Hannah (JAQUISS) Miller and her
four daughters: Agnes, Elizabeth, Hannah and Clara? They are in the 1860
census next door to her parents. But what happened to all five of them?
Did Hannah remarry?
1860 census p132 (#518) 24 Jul Pleasant Twp PO Cincinnati
950/919 William Jaquiss 56 M, Grocer 300/100 England
Elizabeth 57 F, "
Emily 24 F, "
Ellen 18 F, "
920 Hannah Miller 30 F, England
Agnes 9 F, "
Elizabeth 7 F, "
Hannah 5 F, "
Clara 3 F, "
Please keep us in mind if you find a connection between your Root family
I think you will find the Appanoose Genie Society to be worth looking
They have many wonderful books and the people have been wonderfully
Good luck and happy genie hunting!
Deborah in the suburbs of Washington, DC, USA
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