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Earl DeHaven (#47267289)
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I am a native Kansan, a WW2 Veteran. I am a family researcher for several lines of my family, a history buff. My entire career was withdata processing and computers. The personal computer has been an important tool in pursuing my hobby.
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Larry E. Barnes
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Thanks for the flower for my dad. I'd be willing to match Findagrave's importance with any other website. I've also been able to add many old family photos. I'm still chasing down my dad and grandfather's building projects. I'll never know them all, but that's not the point. It's important for family members to know the highlights of what they built and that their customers became life-long friends. Regarding the North High reunion committee, I don't think I listed your sisters as members. What are their names?
I still have the info on your Barnes line somewhere, but have never been able to connect it to ours. DNA shows that my James Barnes, who died in 1795 in Nelson County, Kentucky, shares a common ancestor with a James Barnes and Keturah Shipley Barnes, early settlers of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Abraham Lincoln's link to this Shipley family through his grandmother now appears to be in serious doubt. I once thought I had a family link to him.
Added by Larry E. Barnes on Nov 10, 2013 7:57 AM
 

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