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James Allen families of old Augusta [17 November 2012]

I've just this week joined WeRelate and am especially interested in the Old Augusta site. The James Allen families are a special interest of mine, and I found the information relating to them misleading and most likely in error. I can try to edit; but prior to doing so I believe referencing a paper of mine published in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy some years back would be helpful. The article is in Volume 42, Number 1, February 2004, and is titled "The James Allen Families of Early Augusta County." The article is not yet available on-line, but I have it on my hard drive and can probably attach it to an email. I'm contacting you because I'm not certain how to proceed. Would you be interested in seeing the paper prior to advising me? Thanks. Walter Dixon--05aug67 07:30, 17 November 2012 (EST)


Augusta Co VA Allen family [17 November 2012]

James Allen families of old Augusta [17 November 2012]

I've just this week joined WeRelate and am especially interested in the Old Augusta site. The James Allen families are a special interest of mine, and I found the information relating to them misleading and most likely in error. I can try to edit; but prior to doing so I believe referencing a paper of mine published in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy some years back would be helpful. The article is in Volume 42, Number 1, February 2004, and is titled "The James Allen Families of Early Augusta County." The article is not yet available on-line, but I have it on my hard drive and can probably attach it to an email. I'm contacting you because I'm not certain how to proceed. Would you be interested in seeing the paper prior to advising me? Thanks. Walter Dixon--05aug67 07:30, 17 November 2012 (EST)--05aug67 10:00, 17 November 2012 (EST)

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