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That was well put. I meant to say since list members were such a great help in gathering this information. looks like you will need to copy and paste it.
Here is a better url:
From: Marla Larson <mt_emmons(a)yahoo.com>
To: WyomingCounty NewYOrkList <nywyomin(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2012 11:28 PM
Subject: [NYWYOMIN] Parmenus W. Simpson Blog
Hi, I have now completed part 2 of the blog and wanted to let the list know since you your such great help. Here is the link:
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I just found some information leading me to believe that Parmenas W. Simpson died in a poor house in 1914. He was living with his sister in Sheldon in 1910. Where would I locate poor house records for Wyoming County so I can verify what I found and perhaps find further information?
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