<div dir="ltr"><p>[Instead of replying to this email, please forward your response to my work email address: <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a> .<br></p><p></p><p>First come first serve to a library on the ORBIS CASCADE courier for the following genealogical materials. ( Please provide the name of your dropsite if applicable.) I
have offered them to our local Family History Center but they're
downsizing their print collection.</p>
<p>[Microfilm] On a label on the box: Southern Genealogist's Exchange
Society, Inc. A surname index and pedigree charts. Written in pen on
the box: "1000 pedigrees v.1"</p>
<p>[Microfilm] On a label on the box: United States Bureau of the
Census. Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States,
1860. Virginia; Grayson and Greenbreir counties.</p>
<p>Virginia in 1740: a reconstructed census, published 1992 by T.L.C.
Genealogy. The first paragraph of the Introduction reads: "This book,
which is based on deeds, wills, tax lists, order books, etc., is an
alphabetical list of Virginia inhabitants, their county of residence,
and the source of the information about them. This book may be helpful
even when your ancestor was from a burned county. It makes research on
Virginia families much easier. There are 25,477 names in the book, and
131 references were used."</p>
<p>Genealogy of the Ketcham and Kutch families: twelve and eight
generations respectively, copyright 1939 by Melcherd H. Kutch, Printers
Woods & Jones, Pasadena, CA. </p>
<p>The Parrish family, including the allied families of Belt, Boyd, Cole
and Malone, Clokey, Garrett, Merryman, Parsons, Price, Tipton....
Compiled and published by Scott Lee Boyd, Santa Barbara, CA, 1935.
<p>Dianne Zarder, Reference Librarian, North Bend Public Library, North Bend, Oregon <br></p></div>