Glad that you are trying some paths. Well, keep
good track of what has NOT worked as well as what might turn up in
The process of elimination is a powerful tool when hunting truth. DO
How many times have we all looked back and said
--"OH. Where did that information come from? Because we threw it away
as useless.Sometimes --later in the research--we pick up enough other
pieces and,unexpectedly, a 'useless piece ' can be fitted in and we
have forgotten where that piece came from. YUK!
Not always.But sometimes. Had I asked if you
contacted the Historical Society of Del. Co. already? Thanks so
much for letting me know this much. I enjoy hearing how someone else
is coming along. Charlotte J.Sheldon
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Hi CJ, Just an update, so you don't think I have forgotten... I sent
letters to nearby Libraries, to two churches who might have been in
existence in 1800, and to Albany. The libraries sent copies of pages
from Delaware County Histories; but I haven't heard from Albany yet.
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