That's great!My re-typed version has only 43 pages with NONE of the supplimental material.I am particularly in need of the attached genealogy tree outline.Apparently, Rev. John Leon Acheson circulated more than one version (smart move!).Clearly, my version is different than yours!It will be very productive to compare, because John Leon was soliciting corrections and additions when he circulated his work. I have tried to contact his son's decendants in Pittsburg, PA, without a response. John accepted a calling from the church in Pittsburg to preach there.That must have been an easy choice for him, because of the Acheson Colonial roots he had studied for at least 10-years were there.He left Oregon, and four generations of family, sometime after 1913 for Pittsburg where he married and remained until his death.
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I have a great deal of info for John Leon's sub-branch. John Leon's father and my great grandfather were brothers, and both are buried in the Acheson family plot at Oakville Cemetery, near Corvallis, Oregon. Albert Russell Acheson was an cousin of these men.