Lorene Paschal:I've been working on Woolery genealogy for years.When I bought Family Tree Maker the amount of information is endless. I have over 2000 names in my hard drive. I'm trying to pick up more from the Forum.I have Parkinson's and I can only work at the computor is during the AM. I was without my computer for 6 months so am trying to get through the Forum. Prior to that I had entered at request for anyone that had someone alive in the 1920s and got a letter from a lawyer who was going to defend the ownership of a prime piece of land on the southern tip of Manhattan. It was part of Peggy Horn's inheritance, either through the Horns or from Margarets family who go back to the 1600s. I've contacted an appraisor who for a fee will search the titles and find where it was.Supposedly the case was lost and a church built on the property in the early part of the 1900s. Considering that the population of Manhattan in the 1600s it ought to be easy to review the deeds. Now down to what I would like of you.I talked with the Historical Librarian at Bethan College and ask her to send mea copy of "THe Life and Adresses of W.H. Woolery, 3rd President of Bethany College" by L.C. WooleryShe's skeptical of being able to do this as the paper is so old and copying might harm it. Would it be possible for you to mail me a copy of yours?I have nothingon this part of the family. So I'm anxious to find this hole in my papers.I'll be glad to send you a check to cover the expence. By the way, I am the descendant of George.I hope to submit all my material to Family Tree maker soon, but I keep finding these enormas holes.
I'd be glad to send you the material I have on George's family. It has hundreds in it.