Does anybody have a COMPLETE copy of a manuscript written by Sarah Frances Hudelson, titled, "Hudelson Family History?" I presently am transcribing this manuscript, and the only copy besides mine that I know of is in the Indiana State Library (Call Number G 929.2 H884h).The Library has informed me that the manuscript comprises 209 numbered pages, pluse 29 pages that aren't numbered.That is somewhat more than the number of pages I have, but I think I have most of the pages.My copy is badly faded thermofax of mostly typewritten pages, but a few handwritten ones.I'm finding it quite difficult to read, and thus slow going to transcribe. Since the manuscript seems to be quite rare, I plan to transcribe it onto CD, then perhaps print some copies for selected libraries (e.g., KY Historical Society, Allen County Library in Ft. Wayne, FHL in Salt Lake City, Lib of Congress and Natl Genealogical Society Library.) I'm willing to consider making CD copies for persons who are interested. Sarah Frances Hudelson is of the line of James Hudelson of Mifflin County, PA (Series L of the "Huddleston Family Tables), as am I.Sarah Frances, known as "Fannie," died unmarried in 1928.She had lived most of her life in Indiana and Kentucky.