I have tried L Jackson at your email address and the mail was returned.I looked up Corinth Historical on Web and it is in Maine you say VT.Are there any letters? You can see what I am trying to do but the email adress for L Jackson comes back undeliverable
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I read a offer in GedCom for some letters from Patrick William Fletcher
I just bought a set of genealogy books that contained eight pages of handwritten genealogy notes on the Taplin family compiled by Ned B. Smith in the 1930s. Approximately 50 people are referenced, it appears mostly in New England. One of the Taplin families contained in the notes is that of John Taplin, born Charleston, Mass. in 1727. His parents, military history, wife, and children are discussed. If anyone wants them, I'll sell the collection of notes for $40.
TAPLIN FAMILY GENEALOGY LETTERS My wife is interested in these letters. She is a Taplin descendent. Taplins are having a reunion and they would be a topic of interest. Where does the money go and how do we get the letters?
Sorry. I have already donated the letters to the Corinth Historical Society in VT. If you would like copies, contact Lois Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My wife is Lorraine A Branneky. 2004 Gatlin Ave. Orlando FL. 32806. and a member of the Vermont Historical Society.My email cbran@CFL.rr.com.Please let me know what procedure to take to get a copy of these letters.