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My friends -
I had planned on moving up to McCracken County for today's data posting,
but I find that I have another segment of the Fulton County Vital
Statistics birth records ready, so I am sending it along today.
Subscribers to the JP and Fulton lists can obtain the full dataset for an
individual birth shown in the listing below by sending a request to me.
These datasets usually include the date of birth, gender of the child if
not obvious, name of father and maiden name of mother, and, in some cases,
the place within the County where the birth occurred. As always, your
continuing assistance in not resending this entire message back to me with
the request is appreciated.
I will be out of town most of the day tomorrow, but I hope to be back in
time to send out a data posting tomorrow evening.
Fulton County - Vital Statistics Records - 1852-1859 - Births - Part 2
(M)=Male (F)=Female (AA)=African-American (NGG)=No Gender Given
Alexander, Susan A.
Alexander, James (AA)
Alexander, Susan B. (AA)
Alexander, William H.
Alexander, Mary Caroline Brown
Alexander, Alexander[sic] (AA)
Beadles, Elizabeth Bell
Bead, ------ (F)
Batts, William H.
Beard, ------ (M)
Blackman, Siller (F)
Benrem, Mark A.
Binford, ------ (M)
Byrd, Dorcas S.
Bondurant, ------ (M)
Bondurant, Drury R.
Board, Russ (AA)
Board, Plucher A.
Board, ----- (F)
Bone, Elizabeth Jane
Boaz, Gerome (M) (AA)
Boaz, Lucy Ann
Boaz, Harriett (AA)
Boaze, Virginia E.
~to be continued~
Received information the Spencer Co IN mail list
indicating that the Ft Wayne (Allen Co) Library will
be relocating the genealogical department to a
building which is about 5 blocks away. The department
will closed down at 6:00 PM on December 14th. The new
location will then be available in late January 2002
for visitors. All materials will be readily
accessible to researchers without having to request or
page the materials/books. The department will be at
the temporary location for 2 to 3 years so that
renovations can be done at the regular location.
There are parking meters in the area as well as a
parking garage across the street.
Anyone thinking of going to Ft Wayne for research
should first contact the library to avoid any
inconvenience or problems upon arriving.
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