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Re: Keesee information

Posted: 21 Dec 2012 3:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you so much. You have certainly filled out the story. Terrific that you attended two reunions. I bet that was a joyful time of trading stories. My male cousin, a Green, promised to take a DNA test. My exploration began with the Green's from TN and KY who moved to Iowa at the time of the Civil War. Many Green decendants are still in Lone Tree and Louisa County. I didn't know that George is possibly the immigrant/ You are so right about Green(e) being like picking through a haystack. Thanks for the tip about searching through the relatives of Thomas and Amy. I never would have dreamed of searching through the DAR library. Are you a professional genealogist? Do you use websites other than Ancestry? How long have you been hunting your family tree? I had such an easy time with my Dad's Irish tree---potato famine and the decendants live in the same small town and are evven buried next to each other! I wish I could help you. If there is anything at all that I can do, please let me know. You have been a great help to me.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Norman Barber 18 Jan 2006 2:02PM GMT 
pbb 18 Jan 2006 3:47PM GMT 
Kenneth J Greene 27 Apr 2006 12:34AM GMT 
karen 27 Apr 2006 12:44AM GMT 
IrishLane 20 Dec 2012 8:59PM GMT 
karenwood 21 Dec 2012 2:37AM GMT 
IrishLane 21 Dec 2012 5:53PM GMT 
karenwood 21 Dec 2012 8:29PM GMT 
IrishLane 21 Dec 2012 10:12PM GMT 
karenwood 22 Dec 2012 4:38AM GMT 
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