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  1. Susan Brubaker Knapp

    I am so happy to share, Pam! There is more; I’ll send it on once I can process it all! 🙂

  2. Carol

    Love this, congrats to both of you for making the connection. This is the bestest part of our sport, sharing and both gaining from the effort! WAHHOOOO!

  3. Greta Koehl

    Connections and sharing are one of the greatest things about family research. And these are beautiful photos!
    Greta Koehl´s last blog post ..Greenville 2

  4. Sheryl

    It’s awesome how you made the connection.

  5. Cheryl Rogers

    Thank you for sharing this Pam. I saw that Susan had these same photos on Ancestry, I was able to add them to my tree from Ancestry because she had added them to her public tree. It is good to find the family connections. If any photos materialize on Mary Ella Cowling Morris’s family I will let you know.

    Also I think you may have been the reason I will be soon starting a blog also of my genealogical finds, and hope to share such a thing with my relatives too! Thanks for being so generous to share information with this side of Mary Ella’s family.


  6. Granny Pam

    Cheryl, we love to share our discoveries. Thanks for reading. I have found more cousins through my blog that I have any other way. Welcome!

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