Florence City Historian, William Lindsey McDonald has made available yet another treasured research piece of family and community history. When Mr. McDonald's cousin Judi, who grew up a distance away from the local area, first contacted him in 1977 with an inquiry of family history, this detailed correspondence filled with family historical documentation began. In The Judi Letters, you will find historical research on many families that have passed through and settled in Lauderdale County. But, more than that, you will find the warm reminiscence and local flavor that Mr. McDonald captures so well. You will become acquainted with the unique people that settled in this area and hear their personal stories told as only a seasoned storyteller like Mr. McDonald can. Some of the families included in The Judi Letters: Strange, McCuan, Johnson, Barnard, McDonald and many others. Notes from family bibles, interviews, meticulous research and pictures are also included.
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