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Letter: hopes to contact writer Greg Burton

Charles Burton requests contact:
I'm looking to contact the person who wrote an article for you in about 2006/07 - local history, Thomas Burton of Cobb's Plantation Virginia by Greg Burton . If possible I'd like to get in touch with him - I think I'm related to him.

His son Andrew Burton went with him to visit Cobb's plantation. I think I'm related to the Burtons that came from Green and Adair County. I live in the DC area so my family left a long time ago, but I'm pretty sure that we're from the same group of people and I just want to get family information. I'm wondering if you have contact information for Greg Burton. The article says he lived in Tennessee at that time so I suspect that he lived in Columbia before he went to Tennessee. I would appreciate a call at 301-432-6206 - if I'm not here leave me a message. - CB
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