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Notes - Mrs. N.E. Clement letter to C.K. Hill, July 12, 1919:

Mrs. N.E. Clement letter to C.K. Hill, July 12, 1919

Mrs. Clement writes to Mr. Hill saying that the postmaster has given his letter of inquiry to her as she is a professional genealogist. She tells him that her fee for a search of the local county records if ten dollars.

--G. Anne Sloan

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Transcription - Mrs. N.E. Clement letter to C.K. Hill, July 12, 1919:

                              Chatham, Va.
                                 July 12, 1917

Mr. C.K. Hill--

Dear Sir,

   Your letter of inquiry regarding one George Russell was
handed me by the Postmaster.  I am a genealogist by
profession and will be glad to serve you in this search.

   My charge is $10.00 for a search of Pittsylvania
records, showing you what they reveal but not guaranteeing
to find anything.

                               Very truly yours,

                                  Mrs. N. E. Clement--

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