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The Family Tree - August/September 2003
Gift Books enhance our collection

Gift books enhance our collection! Many thanks to all!

In these days of nonexistent budgets, your gifts of books and materials are even more wonderful than ever! Countless researchers appreciate your kindness every day as they search in our library.

We appreciate Mr. George C. Seward of Scarsdale, New York who gifted the library with a 3rd edition of Seward and Related Families.

Mr. Fred J. Eakin of Porterdale, Georgia sent a copy of A Brief History of the Origin of the Name Methven.

Voices from the Trail of Tears was presented to the library by The American Cherokee Confederacy Tribal Office in Albany, Georgia.

We thank Raymond Hunter from Royston, Georgia for a copy of The Bowen, Jennings and McLendon Families of Terrell County, Georgia.

The Packer 1956 Annual from Moultrie High School was presented by Catherine Bryant of Moultrie.

LaRae Edwards of Thomasville, Georgia has gifted The Odom Collection with Research in Georgia and Genealogy Online for Dummies.

James L. Piland, Jr., of Pelham, Georgia has made a donation of Cemeteries of Mitchell County, Georgia.

Mr. Carroll Dunlap of Dunbar, West Virginia has made a gift of The Thistle and the Eagle - The Story of the Scottish Founders of the Bay Road Presbyterian Church, Lake George, New York.

Marie Davis of Moultrie, Georgia has gifted Lost Chicago to our collection.

Thank you to Glynda Giles Gerron of Decatur, Georgia who donated - on behalf of the Giles Family Organization, The Alexander Giles Family of Washington County, Georgia 1793-1994.

Your gifts are more important than ever.

If you wish to send along something for The Odom Library, just mail to: The Odom Library, PO Box 2828, Moultrie, GA 31776-2828. If you wish to use UPS or FedEx, use 204 5th St., SE, Moultrie, GA 31768.

We thank you...and our researchers thank you as well.

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