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Posted by: Dee Cogar Bright Date: August 30, 2000 at 17:00:39
In Reply to: Re: KOGER/COGER/COGAR Variations WV USA by Kathleen Gloyne of 468

Hi Kathleen,

I do apologize that I have not been in touch with you but I have numerous family obligations. I don't have a lot of time to spend on the computer due to that.

I will gladly share any information that I have on families. I regret that I cannot be online as much as I would like.

Lately we've had a lot of problems in our area with the telephone system and power outages. Due to that our computer has been giving us "fits". Guess it's time for a new one.

I didn't intend to be rude when I penned that note. I get perturbed when I see what I know is misinformation, being passed around.

Kathleen, I have shared our Cogar genealogy. It was printed in the Braxton County, W. Va., Heritage-1995, published by the Braxton Genealogical Society. I tried to find documentation for everything before I let them print it. Have you seen the book? They have reprinted the book and may still have some for sale.

As a member of the NSDAR, I realize the importance of supplying proof for accuracy in genealogy. I've always tried to do that in my work.

Now I have a question. One of your close Bragg relatives asked me if there is any relationship between the W. Va. Braggs and Gen. Braxton Bragg re/Civil War. Do you know of any connection?



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