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    • Apple on October 30, 2009 at 5:09 pm

    I love the idea of adding your index to GenWeb. It would be valuable even without the Twp info. Libraries scare because I always feel dumb when I visit. I’ve always enjoyed visiting clerks offices to look at the land books. I’ve found a couple of wills included in the books and other interesting stuff. They are usually straight forward enough that I don’t need much help.
    .-= Apple´s last blog ..Apple’s Apple Butter =-.

  1. I love libraries, they have books, which have always been my best friend. Don’t feel dumb, the librarians are there to help, it is their job to know more than we do. D2 (my librarian daughter) taught her son that so well, that he runs right up to the librarian, and asks for whatever he wants. I first saw him do that when he was about 6, and I couldn’t believe it! At that age, I got all my books by browsing the shelves –I was too shy to ask! And, I probably did not know what I wanted, anyway. Thanks for the encouragement on GenWeb. I’ll e-mail the coordinator today and see if they want what I have.

  2. The spreadsheet of land records that I collected is now linked and listed on the Wexford County Michigan USGenWeb:

    • Becki W on March 4, 2010 at 12:20 pm

    not sure if you have this site, I am in a hurry and don’t have time to double check past where ya said the plat map site for MI was down.


    Happy hunting and delving, great little blog 🙂

    • Terri on April 25, 2010 at 8:58 am

    Wow! What a valuable contribution to Wexford County MIGenWeb !
    .-= Terri´s last blog ..Sepia Saturday~ Confederate Reunion, Lockesburg, Sevier County Arkansas =-.

  3. Most useful to the descendants of the people in the records, I guess. Thanks for your comment, Terri.

  1. […] thinking of how to format and present a huge pile of land record extracts and transcripts over on Granny’s Genealogy. After I finally figured out what I wanted to do, I organized the first group and started in. It is […]

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