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I have just joined your mailing list. Looking forward to hear what everyone
Currently I am indexing the families of people found on the census records
of Alturas, Lincoln and Gooding counties. I have completed parts of 1880,
1900 and 1910. Anyone interested in following or joining my work may contact
me and I will send you an invite to the tree and sister, MyFamily.com site,
both called "Hagerman Valley." I am hoping this will be a good resource for
people looking for families in this area.
Also the project for indexing marriage records for Gooding county for the
Western States Marriage Records database is being resurrected. The project
is complete up to July 1938, thanks to a lady whose know I can't remember
(Sharon Cheney knows). Anyone interested in helping with that can contact me
No age limit or computer skills needed.
931 Justice Grade Rd, Hagerman, Idaho 83332
"Choose you this day, whom you will serve; but as for me and my house, we
will serve the Lord."
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