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Re: John Linebarger- abt 1776
Posted by: Carole Linebarger Westby Date: October 12, 2001 at 20:58:57
In Reply to: Re: John Linebarger- abt 1776 by Jacquelin Mc Laughlin of 181

This is really getting exciting. I earlier got an e-mail from Ida Snider whose g.grandmother is a sister of my Samuel, with both Ida and Samuel being Andrew's children.
Ida has lived in the L. homestead, next to the cemetery and attended L. Chapel until moving. I don't know more about her since she only contacted me recently and it is my turn to send info to her. I'll copy her info and my responses to you if you send your email address to at "" when you have time. Does your branch of the family (the truly adventurous brother, I'd say) have Paul Myron L. in it? He is the writer of the Family under Five Republics booklet - Are you familiar with it? Him?

It is too late tonight to get anything meaningful back to you, but thanks for the connection. I envy the fact that you've been to Andrew's stomping grounds. I'd love to know how they made their living as they seem to have fared well considering their immigration, etc. Did you read my account of staying on the original 1100 acres tract bought by the original brothers in 1747? What a rush!
I'm looking forward to hearing from you and Ida - This is wonderful!


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