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INQUIRY re: reprinting Mike Watson article sketch

Comments re article 88807 MIKE WATSON William Casey sketch from Judge Rollin T Hurt

Susan McLaughlin writes:
Super interesting article and I would so like to add it to my pages on, including a link to Columbia May I have your permission?

I am a descendant of the Watson Family of Adair, William Watson (1803-1905), son of Rev. Joel Watson is my line of ppl. Rev. Joel and his father Rev. John Watson were Cumberland Presbyterian ministers at Mt. Carmel Church in Columbia, I believe. I do not know if Mike Watson is my family or not, but would love to know.


- Susan McLaughlin

Thanks for the request - Reprinting Material from does require permissions - of CM, and, more importantly, the author - in this case Mike Watson. We'll be in touch with him and let you know if an how you can use. As for kinship, you have very good taste in hoping to be kin to Mr. Watson. - EW

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