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I can look up anything on Ancestry, Family Search and Find A Grave. I am also willing to travel to any library in the Kennesaw, Marietta or Acworth area to do research. I am also not far from the Cobb County Courthouse. I'm also willing to search any Cemetery for you in the same area. Hopefully I will be of some help.
I am willing to take photos at cemeteries in Screven, GA.
I have a copy of the book History of Hadley, Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts, by Sylvester Judd, with Family Genealogies, by Lucius M Boltwood, printed by Metcalf & Company, 1863, Northampton. I am happy to look up information in this book and e-mail scans of a few relevant pages.
I can look up death certificates from 1910-1963. I can also look up birth and death certificates prior to 1910, just not as much availability.
Birth, death, marriage, cemetery indexes, city directories, yearbooks, school photos, funeral home records, courthouse, Historical/Genealogical Society lookups - land, marriage, probate, wills, etc.). Library lookups (obituaries, biographies, historical books, maps, etc.), cemetery, church, land, etc.).
I have a copy of the book History, Boscawen - Webster, Fifty Years, 1883-1933, compiled by Willis G Buxton, printed by W B Ranney Co, Penacook, NH. I am happy to look up information in this book and e-mail scans of a few relevant pages.
I have a copy of the book Western New York Land Transactions, 1825-1835, Extracted from the Archives of the Holland Land Company, by Karen E Livsey, 1996, Genealogical Publishing Co. I am happy to look up information and e-mail scans of a few relevant pages.
I am willing to go to the Texas State Library and Archives and pull vertical files of applications from Texas residents for Confederate Pensions (original documents). I will photograph all pages in the file with my digital camera and e-mail you the photos. I work full time so it is not convenient for me to get there during their building hours, thus the long turnaround time. It could be sooner, it just depends on my schedule. Please go to https://www.tsl.texas.gov/apps/arc/pensions/ and search the index of files. Send me the file information so I know which folder to have pulled, for example... "Nancy Brannan (for W W Brannan), Coleman Co, App# 06234". Note that these files are for Pension Applications filed in Texas (usually long after the war), and the applicants may have enlisted in any other state, they just happened to be living in Texas at the time they applied for the pension.
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