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County staff tries to help families chart their past

County staffers continue to help families from around the nation learn about their genealogy, Amy Miller reported.
Miller, who oversees the County Records Department, reported that in addition to many other request for information, this past month the records staff also worked with a family from Oregon on the county’s past.
“A woman from Portland, Ore., e-mailed a genealogical request. 
“The woman’s great-grandmother and her two great-aunts lived in Lakin Township and appeared in the 1880 census.  “One of her great-aunts and her great-grandmother taught school in or near Ellinwood and the other great-aunt kept house according to ...

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