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Kagy Relationship in America

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Re: Kagy Relationship in America

Posted: 7 Sep 2011 1:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am tech 'challenged' or IOW, 'behind the times'.....lol...Does anyone know if the Kagy book is available in audio? My 86 yr old aunt, a direct descendent from Rudolf Kagy that arrived in PA on the ship "Hero" on Oct. 27, 1764 and who then migrated to the Shenandoah Valley in WV (now VA)....etc...is very interested in reading the book as well as many others contained family information but her eyesight is too poor.
Can anyone tell me how I can download these books to an audio format for her to listen to? Would a "Kindle" work this way, or perhaps an MP3 player?
I am thinking that maybe "I" should just read the books out loud and record them for her? Is there an easier way!? TIA Cathy (grandaughter of the Kagy/Kagi family Seneca county, Ohio and cousin 4th removed to abolitionist John Kagi.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
wandaelder55 8 Dec 2001 7:19PM GMT 
Bob Keagy 22 Jun 2002 12:23AM GMT 
stemman2000 22 Jan 2003 3:26PM GMT 
Gannon Grosh 10 Aug 2002 10:33PM GMT 
MIKEKAGAY 1 Nov 2006 7:34PM GMT 
mayhewcabin 22 Jun 2007 5:44AM GMT 
nbibler 11 Jul 2008 9:45PM GMT 
citysplitter 7 Sep 2011 7:29PM GMT 
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