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Does anyone know where Hadley is/was? If so, please contact the individual
below. I'm sure he'd appreciate the answer! :-)
>From: "jim warren" <sourdoughjim(a)hotmail.com>
>Subject: Lawrence county pioneers
>Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 13:22:52 +0000
>X-OriginalArrivalTime: 29 Sep 2003 13:22:53.0015 (UTC)
>In researching my family I ran across a website which has some info (see
>link above) on my gg grandfather, George W. Warren. In this information
>there is a legal description of a house he and his wife purchased in
>Hadley, Lawrence county, Illinois in 1863. Since you are doing research
>on the history of Lawrence county I thought this might be of interest to
>you. By the way, I'm familiar with Sumner and Bridgeport but where is
>Thanks for the info
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Does anyone know about someone who would be interested in these items? This
is very old. I'm sorry I hadn't gotten it out before. I'm in the process of
turning over my web site (it is still available for adoption, BTW; contact
the individual mentioned on the web site), and am trying to clean up some
>Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 17:39:17 EDT
>Subject: Lawrence County Memorabilia
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> My name is Ellyn Sutton and I'm descended from a long line of
> Lawence County families. My parents left Bridgeport in 1947, but one set
> of my grandparents left the area in 1972 and the other set in 1977
> (retirement seeks warmer climates!)
> I have been led to believe that someone connected with the
> historical society that is being created for Lawrence County may be
> interested in obtaining various items relating to the county's past.
> My grandpa was Charlie H. Williams and was an officer in the First
> National Bank of Bridgeport in the 50s, 60s, and early 70s. I have run
> across a couple of small items from the bank that I don't know if anyone
> would be interested in having. My dad, Charles R. Williams, and I will
> be visiting Lawrence County around the last week in September. Do you
> know whom we might be able to contact about any interest in these items?
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Hi, does anyone has access to obits. I am looking for an exact death date and particulars of a Jessie Denton (spouse of Ernestine Eakins). Jessie supposedly died on Aug 10, 1942 or 1952. The story is he was murdered while going to work and his body was washed up near Lawrenceville. This family was from Henderson Co., KY. Does anyone have obits that they could scan and email or mail? I will be happy to pay postage. Thanks so much. Helen Zuber Keusch
forever searching the EAKINS, FORD/FOARD, MELTON, WALCUP, SANDEFUR, EZELL, HANDLEY, THOMASSON, ZUBER, GUTEKUNST/GOODART, ANTHIS, BANGERT, LAND, CRABTREE, BENNETT, EDWARDS, REEVES, WOOFORD families--my lines; and on hubby's side the families of MEHRINGER, SCHITTER/SCHUETTER, HOCHGESANG, SCHMITT, HURST, BECHER, KEUSCH, ACKERMAN, BURGER, and HOPF.
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