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County department fills in family history

As can be expected, even in this day of electronic information — or, perhaps, especially in this day — keeping track of records is a continuous and vital part of keeping any business operating, and that includes the business that is Barton County.
Occasionally, the constant work also includes some family drama, though, according to information from Records Department Manager Amy Miller.
She noted that in August, the county Records Department was contacted for information on a family that lived in this region some time ago.
“A woman from Oklahoma requested information on her great-grandfather and great-grandmother who lived near the Russell-Barton ...


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