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Re: Book "Kogers" by James B. Koger
Posted by: Carla Nelson (ID *****0889) Date: July 07, 2002 at 13:30:46
In Reply to: Book "Kogers" by James B. Koger by Mandy Humphrey of 468

There is indeed a book entitled, "KOGERS" written by James B. Koger. Mr. Koger passed away in 2000 but did an enormous amount of research on the family without the aid of a computer!! The book is still available for purchase but only to proven Koger family members and is sold only at Koger family reunions. The next reunion will be held July 12 - 14 in Phoenix, Arizona. I am attending. I should also tell you that the book is not complete for every Koger family line. It deals only with the descendants of Hans Jacob Koger. Much information is missing in the book, but myself and several others have gone through the book carefully and have now put all the information onto computer files. We have been able, with modern technology, to update James B.'s work. But the Koger family is HUGE! We have only been able to trace about 14,000 members. Unfortunately, I have no listing for John Moses Koger, Margaret Farrow Cunard nor Sara Agnes Koger. So, I am asking for your help. Please share what you have with me about these individuals. I will gladly send you any other information we might have or if you still wish to purchase a book, I can send you that information, as well. I look forward to hearing from you and incorporating your Koger family into our files. - Carla

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