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To all of our subscribers;
We have many requests for old photo donations.
We are swamped.
With this being said, for the moment we are
not accepting these photos.
I have a suggestion for those of you that have
How about a photo sharing?
Maybe someone is looking or has a special photo
of a specific corner of the county.
List it or ask here on the mail list.
I personally would love to have a plat map of
Kenwood and Bell town showing land owners.
Crawford co CC
I don't know if you can help me or just lead me in the right direction.
I am doing family research, and most of my ancestors come from Carroll
and Crawford Counties, I was hoping to get some info or better yet,
obits for my people. I will be more then happy to send a list of who I
need, and happy to pay you for the lookups..
looking forward to hearing from someone!
thank you for your time...
For those of you living in a populated
area and fly the flag 24 hours a day beware.
The druggie punks cut the rope instead of taking down,
then stole my flag last nite. They take it to a thrift
shop and sell for a couple dollars.
Fortunately they never got much as I was about to
buy a new one. The one I had was tattered on the
end from wind.
Does anyone know Nancy Rosburg? If so could you
please ask her to contact me by email?
I sent her a message a few days ago and have not
received a response.
I would like some information about some data.
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