Snodgrass-Arkansas

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(FRANKLIN COUNTY)
(FRANKLIN COUNTY)
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carbon copies of some information I had once.  I never thought I would send it to anyone, so I made notes on it.  I hope you will excuse them.  I am quite rushed, and since I have these copies, messy though they are, I think I will send them and hope you will find the information helpful.  I have taken brief notes at random as I searched in the library.  I doubted these people were mine, but wished to be safe so kept the notes for further research if I should desire to do so.  Therefore I took information down but did not try to get all there was.  I may be able to return to the library when my baby is a little older and do more work.  If you wish, I will try to get the complete information of any item you find to be of interest.<BR>
 
carbon copies of some information I had once.  I never thought I would send it to anyone, so I made notes on it.  I hope you will excuse them.  I am quite rushed, and since I have these copies, messy though they are, I think I will send them and hope you will find the information helpful.  I have taken brief notes at random as I searched in the library.  I doubted these people were mine, but wished to be safe so kept the notes for further research if I should desire to do so.  Therefore I took information down but did not try to get all there was.  I may be able to return to the library when my baby is a little older and do more work.  If you wish, I will try to get the complete information of any item you find to be of interest.<BR>
 
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    I have given up tracing my line back step by step.  I think if I am ever to find it, I will simply have to search state by state until I find this William W. Snodgrass, and hope that when I do finally find him there will be reference to his son, W. L. Snodgrass, so that I will know him when I do succeed in finding him.  It is a wild shot into the dark, but that is all I have left to do.<BR>
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I have given up tracing my line back step by step.  I think if I am ever to find it, I will simply have to search state by state until I find this William W. Snodgrass, and hope that when I do finally find him there will be reference to his son, W. L. Snodgrass, so that I will know him when I do succeed in finding him.  It is a wild shot into the dark, but that is all I have left to do.<BR>
  
 
[see also Webster Co., MO]<BR>
 
[see also Webster Co., MO]<BR>

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