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Re: Is Poage book worth it?
Posted by: Vernon Beuke (ID *****4245) Date: October 19, 2010 at 06:45:00
In Reply to: Re: Is Poage book worth it? by John Pogue of 472

Hi John, This is a postscript to my previous message. The seventh child of James Poage was Eli. Also, the historical data states that John Gordon Poage was a soldier in the War of 1812 and apparently never married. He was bon 31 March 1779 and died 20 November 1837. I can copy the relevant pages if you wish. If so, send your mailing address to my personal email: Best wishes and good luck, VB

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