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5-March-2013, Good morning I have been going your Article and was really amazed at all the places you have placed in the article to help with research. You truly did a fine job in gathering this information. It reached me for a final check before going to the feature article page, which I'm sure you are anxious to see.
There still are some links that are not quite working, and unfortunately a Family Search Book link that needs definite help. The link is in the same paragraph Starting with [Abbott] Stutesman, John Hale. under
Henrico County, Virginia Genealogy Books and Articles, and is FamilySearch Books Online. The book is very difficult to read, might have happened when it was digitized, or some other process. The second book like this was perfect.
This article needs to go on the feature page because it truly has information that will fulfill the needs of those searching for information about their relatives. Can't thank you enough for this tremendous job.
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This is a wonderful article! The following links, however, do not work. Could you please fix them?
Under the Bibliography section, the following Family History Archive links do not work:
Thank you so much for your help.
- Hi Mr. Stevens. Thank you for your interest. This is another one of my pages. I'm afraid it's still not possible to link to the Family History Archive site. Murphynw 02:51, 19 April 2012 (UTC) What I guess I don't quite understand is that some of the Family History Archive links work, but some don't. Do you know why?Thanks
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