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Re: Anna Barbara Emigh
Posted by: Frank Emigh (ID *****5023) Date: November 18, 2004 at 03:42:44
In Reply to: Anna Barbara Emigh by Letha of 358

Letha,
The book I made up in 1985 was on an old computer that has crashed. I re-did the book and completed it this year. It has 400 pages with pictures that were made available to me by people. If you want a copy of the book, please send me up to date information on your family, and pictures if you are willing. There are many living individuals in the book and all have agreed that the information will be private.
Are you married to John, David, or Jack and do you still live in the DC area? That is the latest info I have on Linda's family which is about 20 years old.
I also have the information in another form, 173 pages without pictures. Either would be available to you without cost.
Linda is the 6th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Emigh who arrived in New York in 1710 and built the 1740 Stone House which is still standing and occupied. Our family descends from his youngest son Hans Jurgen/Yury--GEORGE--Emigh, 1727-1810.
I have an old family picture in the book which includes Linda at about 2-3 years of age.
Again, mail me your family information and your e-mail address. I can easily add your information as an addenda.
Also, we have some distant cousins living in the Tulsa area. One of our distant cousins who now lives in Texas will be visiting Tulsa next week and will try to contact Linda if she is still in the phone book.
Cousin Frank


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