Clerc's Specifics - Missouri Newspaper Extracts, Jefferson County
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Clerc's Specifics

Kay from Florida , and a team of volunteers, consisting of the following MOJEFFER ROOTS-L Mailing List members, transcribe historical newspapers for Jefferson County, MO. We call this "Clerc's Specifics" because Kay's maiden name was Clerc (pronounced Clair) and one of her Ggrandfather's products was called Clerc's Specific. With Kay's permission, they are being placed online on USA Genealogy for all researchers to use and enjoy freely. Please note that these transcriptions may not be redistributed, sold or published elsewhere without her written permission.

The Transcription Team

  • Ann from Missouri
  • Barb Lynn from Missouri
  • Christina from Missouri
  • Fran from Missouri
  • Jan from California
  • Julia from Missouri
  • Kay from Florida
  • Linda from Indiana
  • Linda from Missouri
  • Lisa from Missouri
  • M.E. from Missouri
  • Mike from Michigan
  • N.J. from Nebraska
  • Pat from Mississippi
  • Rita from Missouri
  • Rosemary from Oklahoma
  • Sondra from Texas
  • Trina from California

A special thank you to

  • Valerie H. for her dedication and expertise
  • Charlotte M. for her inspiration
  • Dave H. for providing archived listings
  • Lorine S. for creating a permanent website

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