Notice: Workshop Flyer Updated (Gloves Off)

The flyer at this link is corrected. Apologies for the typo.

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  1. Help!!! Please. I am trying to give my daughter in law a membership into the DAR by researching her family and completing her application. I so despertly need help with proofs. I am working on the McQueen family who apparently were in the Wood County area since about 1890-1900. I did locate them on the 1900 Pct. 3 Wood Co., census. I was wondering if there is a cemetery reading of the Holland Cemetery because it appears in June 1942 Thomas Hagert McQueen was buried there, his parents Joseph M. McQueen and Nancy Horn McQueen are possibly buried there as well. Joseph “Joe” died about 1910 and his wife 17 Mar 1931 while living with son Sam McQueen.

    I was also curious about obituaries…are there any available?

    Thank you so much for reading my query and I will be happy to pay any fees.

    Judy West Palmer

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