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Subj:  Hugh & Mae Jones---Where?
Date:  07/15/2003 9:28:09 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: (Paul H. Squires)

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Dear Joyce,

I hope you received the info I sent you a bit earlier on the Neath Church.  It was long overdue!   But I need some advice from you.....

Hugh Jones and Mary "Mae" Elizabeth William "Jones" are shown in the attached photo.  I have quite complete information on them; that is not my question.

Rather, I would like to know if any of your many readers can tell me where this photo was taken.

The rocks are quite distinctive and, if they are within your tri-county area, I would hope that someone might recognize them.  I looked closely at the original of this photo before compression in my computer in an attempt to read at least some of the sign that is posted on the rocks.  No luck.  It is possible, of course, that Hugh and Mae had traveled to some more distant location for this photo.  The clothes they are wearing certainly don't look like their everyday dress !

Being a novice with your Web site, I wasn't sure of the best way to post this since it is a "place" question and not a "people" question.  Do you have any suggestions for me?

As I described in my other EMail to you, Hugh and Mae Jones are my grandparents.  Hugh had been a pastor of the Neath Church and lived only about 1.5 miles from the church in a house more recently owned by Gomer Jones, deceased for about five years.  Mae is the little schoolgirl that I pointed out in the  photo of the  class taken in front of the school that stood next to the Neath Church cemetery.

Thanks in advance for any help or advice that you can offer.
Most sincerely,

                                                Paul H. Squires

Note from Joyce: One of the commonest palces for people to travel in this area at that time was Watkins Glen. This, however, doe s not look like Watkins Glen to me.

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