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Hi Mary & Everyone!
This seems to making it around the surname lines this week. Before it goes
any further I 'd like to help clear it up!
This is not true! This is a Hoax! This message came out to us a week ago &
this is what my Dad found out about it for us!
Thanks for caring & worrying about us though!
> From: askibm(a)vnet.IBM.COM
> To: jav5(a)cdc.gov
> Date: Tuesday, January 27, 1998 1:36AM
> IBM-CALLOWN INTERNET RESPONSE FACILITY
> To......: jav5(a)cdc.gov
> Subject.: VIRUS
> Dear Mr. Vaughan,
> Thank you for contacting IBM.
> The "Join the Crew" virus is a hoax. For more information,
> please visit the following website:
> Technical support, updates, and other antivirus information
> are available through the IBM Antivirus Online Website at:
> If you require further assistance, please call IBM Antivirus
> Services at 1-800-742-2493 please select option 1 on the voice
> response unit for technical support; 2 for product ordering
> and 4 for internet emergency response assistance.
> Thank you for using the IBM Electronic Response System.
> Miranda Yakiwchuk (ASKIBM(a)vnet.ibm.com)
> IBM Internet Support Group
> CALLOWN Log Number: 765168
> In a message dated 1/28/98 11:13:21 PM, rharrison(a)wwisp.com wrote:
> <<If you receive an email titled "JOIN THE CREW" DO NOT open it. It will
> >erase everything on your hard drive. Forward this letter out to as many
> >people as you can. This is a new, very malicious virus and not many =
> >know about it. This information was announced yesterday morning from =
> >please share it with everyone that might access the internet. Once =
> >pass this along
> >to EVERYONE in your address book so that this may be stopped.
> >Also, do not open or even look at any mail that says "RETURNED OR =
> UNABLE TO
> >DELIVERY" This virus will attach itself to your computer components and
> >render them useless. Immediately delete any mail items that say this. =
> >has said that this is a very dangerous virus and that there is NO =
> remedy for
> >it at this time. Please practice cautionary measures and forward this =
> to all
> >your online friends ASAP.
> GIVE IT A REST! You cannot get a virus from email. You must open an
> attachemnt to get a virus.
I'm new to the list! I'm looking for information on my gggrandparents.
I'd be greatful for any information.
CYRUS VAUGHAN was born July 12, 1812 in Ohio, and died January 30,
1910 in Missouri (Union Cemetery, Atchion Co., Mo.).He married (4)
CATHRINE VANDEVENTER August 24, 1853 in Davis Co. Iowa, daughter of
PETER VAN DEVENTER and ELIZABETH WATSON. Notes for CYRUS VAUGHAN:
Was a wagon maker & farmer. Notes for CATHRINE VANDEVENTER:
Catherine eight of eleven children, Daughter of Peter & Elizabeth
Vandeventers have no birth records for her, but research proved she was
born in 1823),
She left Tennessee with her brother Abraham & his family, going to Davis
Married Cyrus Vaughan. Died in 1869 in Missouri.
(That's all they have on her, but I've (Opal Brown) found out that she &
were married in Davis County, Iowa on August 24, 1853).
More About CATHRINE VANDEVENTER:
Fact 1: Married by William D. Wallace Children of CYRUS VAUGHAN and
CATHRINE VANDEVENTER are:
WILLIAM WALLACE3 VAUGHAN, b. August 22, 1854, Near
Farm, McPhrerson Co., Kansas; d. January 05, 1899,
ABRAHAM VAUGHAN, b. 1856.
JAMES BUCHAN VAUGHAN, b. January 28, 1857.
RUTH VAUGHAN, b. 1858; m. PRESTON BRECKONRIDGE.
ALICE VAUGHAN, b. January 08, 1859; m. HENRY KAISER.
ALLISON VAUGHAN, b. January 08, 1859.
REBECKA VAUGHAN, b. November 20, 1860.
JOHNATHAN VAUGHAN, b. December 23, 1862.
TOMAS P. VAUGHAN, b. April 08, 1863.
CHADD, GANDY, GANDEE, GRAVES, ST CLAIR Looking for any information on
any of the Previously listed SURNAMES.
Specifically on the Marriages of Thirza St Clair to William Harrison
Gandy on October 12, 1865 and Sarah Savanna St Clair to Samuel Ellis
Gandy Abt. 1866.
We know that The St Clairs were in York Co, Nebraska in 1875 as that is
where Rachel St Clair Married James D. Chadd. Any Info on the Chadds
would be nice.
Thomas Ives St Clair was supposed to have died in Troy, Davis Co Iowa on
April 25, 1868. Any confirmation of this would be appreciated.
Also The Gandy's were some of the first Homesteaders in York Co in the
1870's. Some of the Gandy's moved over to Broken Bow in Custer Co NE in
Also any possible info on any GRAVES who were in Davis County from the
1840's forward. Thanking you all in Advance
Robert J. Stevens
"If a Tree doesn't have DEEP ROOTS it is easily blown over by a Strong
With the demise of the past query system for Davis County, IA and the
onset of the new querybook, I have received a few queries that I want to
share. But please be sure to answer directly to the person with the
question, not me. Thanks!
Hi, I'am searching for information on my GGGgrandparents CYRUS VAUGHAN &
CATHRINE VANDEVENTER they were married August 24, 1853 in Davis County,
Iowa.I'm looking for information on Cyrus's parents &/or sibblings he may
have had.Any help would be greatly apreciated. Would love to share other
information I have on this family with other family members.
Sherrie Smith awsl(a)mcione.com
I am looking for more information on the following:
CATHERINE SPURLIN b. 5/16/1796 (? PA location) d. 2/10/1860
(Bloomfield IA)married THOMAS FITZ RANDOLPH 7/14/1815
(New Salem VA) he also died in Bloomfield IA abt. 1850.
Thier son JONATHAN FITZ RANDOLPH d. 5/24/1853
(Bloomfield IA) Thanks for your time! Vikki : )
Good luck in your quest,
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