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>Date: Fri, 21 Nov 1997 19:22:20 -0800
>From: Michael Matthews <familyhistory(a)ridethewave.com>
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> #1 ROUNDS/SPORES ["Lynn R. Christian" <lrchristian@w]
> Subject: ROUNDS/SPORES
> Date: Tue, 04 Nov 1997 17:46:18 -0600
> From: "Lynn R. Christian" <lrchristian(a)worldnet.att.net>
> To: IACLAYTO-L(a)rootsweb.com
> I am researching the ROUNDS surname in Clayton County. John ROUNDS
> married to Catherine HOOVER; their son George married Charity SPORES. I
> don't have a lot of info yet, but would be willing to share what I
> have. I'd love to hear from anyone researching the same lines.
> Lynn Rounds Christian
> Alabaster, Alabama
I have a Rebecca Ann Spores that married my GGGrandfather Andrew Rowell
(akn McRowell) on 8 August 1869 in Elk Township, Clayton County, Ia. I
have not sent for the marriage certificate yet but plan to do so in the
future. If I find any connection I will let you know. They had 6
children Margart(1870), Aggie (1877), Francis (1879), David (1882),
Julian (1887) and Jesse (1890). They did move from Iowa to Barron
Wisconsin. Maybe Rebecca was from that area. They lived their until
they died. Andrew died in 1912 and I think she died prior to that. I
have two other people who I have had contact that is related to Andrew
thru his first wife Judith as I am. Good luck. Janeen Ryseff Kirkland,
I am researching the ROUNDS surname in Clayton County. John ROUNDS
married to Catherine HOOVER; their son George married Charity SPORES. I
don't have a lot of info yet, but would be willing to share what I
have. I'd love to hear from anyone researching the same lines.
Lynn Rounds Christian
>Roxanne--See that you are co-ordinator for Iowa. Did you know that
>years and years ago Iowa and Indiana had different state abbreviations?
>I did not know this until I received an e from Mary Watson in Florida.
>Will get exact info. together to send. Anyway, the abbreviations
>resulted in (today) people thinking that today's abbr. for Iowa was
>actually the abbrev. for Ind.
>Will find Mary's message and have my hubby, Tom, send you a copy using
>our scanner. He usually sends them as an attachment to e-mail using
> .doc file
>If you are already aware of this, please advise--and will not send info.
Roxanne L Barth UW-Madison mailto:email@example.com
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