Joseph L. Meek Manuscript

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July 11, 1967

Mr. John A. Rider
1813 Carol St. N.E.
Albuquerque, N. M. 87112.

Dear Mr. Meek,

I received your letter and Information yesterday and as I am rushing around getting
packed to Fly West (Seattle and Portland Oregon ) Wednesday, July 12, at 5:45 PM.
for 30 days. I am not going; to take the time to digest all the information in it,
but will carry it along to go over and study. I greatly appreciate it an sure it
contains information I do not have., which will be entered in my records on my
return. I am only taking a couple of my records books with me and one of them
may have part of the lineage you have included in your information.

Enclosed herewith, is a copy of information I have collected and put to-gether.
It is not complete and therefore I will be sending, more sheets at a later date.
I am very dis-appointnd in the girl that I hired to cut the stencils, she made
so many typo-graphical errors that I can not possible correct them all and what
I did correct on the stencils 1ook very bad and in some places almost un-readable.
So just over look every thing and live in hopes that I will do a better job at some
later date, plus additional information that I hope to get from friends.

In this booklet you will see your lineage stops with 1122, Thomas and Ann Meek.

Sincerely

Joseph L. Meek

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