For those transcriptions that come up in a text file, some are having trouble viewing them in columns or rows. I found that with any of the text files that don't show up formatted correctly, if you highlight the text, copy (either on the menu or Ctrl-C) and move them to an e-mail (if you have Outlook Express or Outlook � HTML or Rich Text rather than Plain Text) or a Word Processing document, they are much easier to read. Most submitters are listed on the document itself and are included collectively at the end of each category. If you have submitted a document for this page and your name is not in the collective group at the end of each category, please notify me and I will include it. Please state which document you submitted. I am sorry, but I do not have control over editing your name or e-mail address for those documents submitted to USGenWeb and to which many of these are linked. If you wish, however, to include your e-mail address in the collective list of contributors, please let me know that, also. Your name will be linked to your address as they are on the Surnames and Family Websites Page. Please note the books from which these documents were extracted were cited in the transcription.
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