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For those of you with ties to Manning. They are
going to produce a Quasquicentennial book.
Call this number to order Mannings Centennial book.
Jan Moore 653-3286
Pam Jensen 653-2874
Fred Dethlefsen CC
If you subscribe in digest modeuntil the problem is fixed, you may have
better luck. I've been receiving e-mails this way on my AOL account
IACRAWFO-D-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote on 12/28/2004, 11:00 AM:
> To all of our subscribers;
> AOL and Rootsweb have a problem they are trying to
> solve due to spam controls.
> I have not received any mail from Rootsweb lists
> for several days and decided to use my temporary
> address at Juno.
To all of our subscribers;
AOL and Rootsweb have a problem they are trying to
solve due to spam controls.
I have not received any mail from Rootsweb lists
for several days and decided to use my temporary
address at Juno.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!!!!!!!
Crawford co CC
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Give the gift of Internet access this holiday season.
The web site for the Morgan Township cemetery shows a Paul F. Meier who was born in 1868, died in 1955. I am looking for more exactness of birth/death from their records and an obituary. Would hope someone can give me e-mail or snail mail contacts for the cemetery and the Schleswig Leader so I can obtain both.
This is a test message for a subscriber,
For those of you that may not get mail from this
list, check your spam controls.
Most servers now have these controls and you
have to set them.
Again I could not open this because my Anti virus would not allow me to .
Saying it was unsafe.
Sorry, guess I best unsubscribe. Really hate it because I love the web site.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 7:00 AM
Subject: IACRAWFO-D Digest V04 #36
I could not open the message you sent on Dec. 2 as a virus was attached so
it was Quarentined.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 8:00 AM
Subject: IACRAWFO-D Digest V04 #35
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