At present I am still attempting to to get these into MP3 format much more time comsuming than I ever thought. The first tape is a biography by my Uncle Dick Igou Jr. discribing his growing up in Springfield, Ohio. If you noticed Lincoln O. Igou posted a note to me the other day. He is by far the greatest source of Igou knowledge I know. He and Lynn Igou corresponded with my uncle regularly. Make no mistake this is not my research, I have taken on the task of trying to organize what Igou information I have and make it readily available to other researchers. Currently I am using the helter- scelter method but am attempting to organize to a better method as time goes on. I attempt to sort somewhat by lot, copy and bind this information. Eventually I would like to use a program like MSPublisher and add photos and make this available. A couple quick genealogical things: 'Louis Igon(u) a descendant of Alain Igon(u) of Rouen, France 1418, a patriot executed by the British after the surrender of Rouen, originally came from Lorraine, France to the Mass. Bay Colony in 1687. Was in Boston 1688 then to MD where he settled on land called "Friends Purchase" Check out the Chattanooga Times. Sunday, October 12, 1934, 'Leaves from the Family Tree........Igou'.