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    1  Re: A Couple of Questions... - Donald
    I did in fact review this thread. Please provide via e mail if possible, the copies of old series ca..

    2  Re: Phillis Rentie Headstone  - Angela Walton-Raji
    Phyllis Rentie's headstone can be seen at the link below...

    3  Re: Betty Rentie Sugar Headstone  - Angela Walton-Raji
    Betty Sugar in Cane Creek was the wife of Sugar T. George (sometimes called George Sugar), well know..

    4  Re: Will naming slaves - andrea green
    Hello, I read your post, and read that you access to Wills. I wanted to know if you accepted request..

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