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22 Oct 2014: If you're researching ancestors in the Trans-Appalachian-Region of America (primarily but not exclusively Virginia-Tennessee-Kentucky) in the period 1785-1841 a terrific resource is the Draper Manuscript Collection. Here's a wonderful free webinar available 22-Oct thru 29-Oct 2014 by Mary Hill AG entitled: "Tracking Migration Using the Draper Manuscripts"

7 Oct 2014: See a particularly good example of a Find-a-Grave memorial at Captain Charles L. BARTON

25 Sep 2014: adding dozens of BARTON men found in the Masons (F&AM) membership cards of Massachusetts
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