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I was sent a news clipping from the Knoxville JOURNAL-EXPRESS about the
Tuttle Log Cabin in Pella, The clip says that Thomas came to Marion County
in May of 1843. Thomas was not listed in Alva Tuttles' 1968 TUTTLE/TUTHILL
book. Is there any information about Thomas among you folk? Such as
parents birthdate/death? Anything at all will be appreciated. Bill Tuttle
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Christmas time is near and what a great time it is to consider giving
back to others in the form of some of your time, as others have given
to you along your genealogical path. Have you ever thought about
becoming a volunteer county coordinator? IAGenWeb is one of the best
genealogy groups to be a part of. We strive to provide the best
research assistance possible. Everyone helps each other with web
skills, data sources for transcribing records, suggestions for
answering researchers' questions, etc.
If you would like to know more about what's needed, visit the Volunteer
Primer page at http://iagenweb.org/state/primer.htm . But don't stop
there! Visit a variety of the web sites that have active county
coordinators and look over those needing someone permanent. The links
are available at http://iagenweb.org/state/cc_coun.php . They will
give you a great idea of what's involved in being a county coordinator.
Then, when you've decided which available county you would like to
coordinate, send us an email designating the county of your choice and
asking any questions you may have at welcome_to_iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org .
Join Our Team!
Constance and Kris
IAGenWeb Welcome Hostesses