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Re: Melissa Wiggins and her family
In Response To: Re: Melissa Wiggins and her family ()
Yes, I remember you! This form did not reveal your last name, so I wasn't certain. If you plan to get a copy of the second edition of Yalobusha Bound, you might want to move fairly quickly, Laura. From what the President of the Yalobusha County Historical Society tells me, there are just a few copies left. We published the second edition of the book in October of last year. The new book is hardbound and contains three times the information that was in the first edition. It is being sold by the Yalobusha County Historical Society, P.O. Box 258, Coffeeville, MS 38122, and is selling for $69, including mailing.
Since the second edition is nearly sold out, I am preparing a third edition, which will also include your information on the Malissa Wiggins family.
I wonder what relation A. B. Hamilton is to the Broadstreets. Do you have any idea, Laura?
If you care to contact me directly hereafter, my email address is email@example.com. Thanks for permission to use your Wiggins research in the column. The column is called "Lost Links." It should be in this week's edition.
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