Re: [genpcncfir] Documentation
- Dear Marcia,
Yes, I do! Worse yet is my habit of writing on a
slip of paper in the library or on a napkin from my
pocket and then losing the paper.
I, too, have improved with age. I now carry a stack
of rubber-banded note cards in my bag and a flash
[jump drive] in my pocket!
--- Marcia McLawhorn <marcia_mclawhorn@...>
> Bob & all,____________________________________________________________________________________
> Don't you just hate it.... I know I do, when I find
> didn't save an important piece of info that I must
> have had.
> But - Getting better as I age
> --- Bob Forbes <bforbes@...> wrote:
> > Your info on Joseph Earl Forbes & Lula Askew
> > agrees w/ mine. As to Mary Ethel Forbes, all I
> > besides her birthdate is found in her father's
> > obituary from Farmville NC (undated in my records
> > except for "June 30" - no year), which names a
> > surviving daughter as "Mrs. Jack Hardy of
> > Goldsboro." The obituary of her mother, Lula
> > Forbes, also from Farmville and dated Mar. 27,
> > names only two surviving children: Lula Forbes of
> > Farmville (so yes, we can assume she did not
> > and J. Earl Forbes of Hampton, VA. So we must
> > that the other daughter, Mary Ethel Forbes who
> > married Jack Hardy of Goldsboro, had died by March
> > 1962.
> > Bob Forbes
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