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Oregon reader learns more about family in JIM Neatsville story

Carmen Bryant writes:
I was surprised and pleased to find this remembrance, especially since it was written by the grandson of Rudolph Neat. Rudolph Neat is the gggg-grandfather of my husband, and therefore the 5g-grandfather of my children. I had his name in the genealogical records but knew nothing about him. Thanks for posting this on the Internet! And I would be happy to learn anything more about Rudolph Neat and his family. Carmen Bryant, way out west in Oregon - Carmen Bryant
Comments re article 40010 Local Adair Co KY history Neatsville remembered, a story by JIM.

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