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Gone with the Wind
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  • They were authorities on the genealogies of everyone who was anyone in Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia and did not bother their heads about the other states, because they believed that no one who was anybody ever came from states other than these three.
  • From Grandma Fontaine, who was belching frankly with the privilege of her age, to seventeen-year-old Alice Munroe, struggling against the nausea of a first pregnancy, they had their heads together in the endless genealogical and obstetrical discussions that made such gatherings very pleasant and instructive affairs.

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  • The world wide web is making genealogy easier than ever.
  • The researcher is utilizing a database that combines genealogy records with vital statistics including cause-of-death.

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