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Hi, this is Beth. I am wondering if anyone out there would have any information about two folks that I am searching for. James C Frost and Cordelia Waddle. Both of them were in west-central Ky in the 1880/90s. These two were NOT married to each other, but to other family members and did bring children into our family and then just disappeared. We would like to know what happened to them.
Michael J. Neill will speak at an all-day, genealogical seminar of West-Central Ky. Family Research Assoc., Saturday, 20 Sept. 2003 at the Executive Inn Rivermont. The genealogical subject of collecting biographical material will be explored. Michael is one of the world's most recognized genealogists, his articles appearing regularly in the ezine, Ancestry Daily News.
Consider spending a weekend in beautiful Owensboro, Ky.! The Kentucky Room (local history and genealogy) of the Daviess Co. Library is open Friday 9-8, and Sunday 1-5. The city boasts many restaurants, including several famous places for BBQ. Owensboro is also known as a city of churches, with almost all faiths represented.
To register in advance, send $20 to WCKFRA, Seminar Registration, P.O. Box 1932, Owensboro, KY 42302-1932. Admission on the day of the event will be $22. Doors open at 8 A.M.
Visit WCKFRA's web page for more details. http://www.rootsweb.com/~kywckfra/
Dear List Members,
I just ran across an interesting Website, "Courthouse Experiences"
http://www.bcpl.net/~dmg/courthouse.htm Not every county is listed, but
the ones listed gave helpful information regarding the attitudes of
those working in the courthouses.
I might suggest that if you have had a positive or negative courthouse
experience you add them to this site.
I now know how to prepare myself for several courthouses I want to visit
later this year.
Mary Jane Armes b. 1839 and Woodson J. Ramsey b.1831(both born in
Breckinridge co.) married in KY in 1856. May have been living in Grayson
with the following children.
Hensley b. 1859
Sarah H b. 1860
Micajah b. 1862
Edward b. 1964
J.H. b. 1866
P.A. b. 1869
I would like to know if anyone has any iinformation on Edward Ramsey?
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