Friday, September 7, 2012

Rome, Wasn't Built In A Day, But, It WAS Built

Copyright 2012, CABS for Reflections From the Fence

It has been a LONG LONG summer, hot in more ways than one.

And, the results, my working printed copy:

After a slow turning of pages, checking for errors, a joining of the many files into on mega PDF file, it will be off to the printers for a proof copy!

Rome Burials will be for sale at the Lenawee County Family Researchers publication page.  It has about 290 pages, 5 cemeteries and 3 cemetery sites (now vacated).  There is a township map showing where all the cemeteries are located.  For the 5 active cemeteries there is a location map, a site map, a short history and some photos, the interment list by sections and rows, a index and a maiden name index.  For the 3 sites we have some history, a few names, perhaps maps, whatever we could find.  (As of this moment, I have not added the book to the web site, it will be listed soon.)

Rome wasn't built in a day, but, Rome WAS built!



Anonymous said...

Excellent news, Carol - another valuable resource for genealogists :-) Jo

Michelle Goodrum said...

Yeah! I'm sure you are feeling a great sense of accomplishment right about now.

Lori E said...

What a huge accomplishment. Wow. I am sure many people are going to be doing the happy dance when they find what they have been looking for in there. The answers to many a genealogical puzzle.