[ANSTHRLD] Looking for Info on Branches

Robert Fitzmorgan fitzmorgan at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 03:02:39 PDT 2007

On 9/13/07, Robert Fitzmorgan <fitzmorgan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/13/07, Kathleen O'Brien <kobrien at texas.net> wrote:
> >
> >
> >
> > It's worth noting that, if you are cleaning up the "Groups" file
> > cabinet(s)
> > and matching up files, we have at least one case where, over time, there
> > have been two groups in one mundane location and the second group is
> > _not_
> > linked to the first.  In that case, the defunct name (Bisons Run) was
> > released and the new group registered a new name (though, at this late
> > hour, I can't recall for certain which current group is in that mundane
> > location - someone else on the list may recall).
> >
> > Anyway, I remember being in a discussion that kingdom had confirmed with
> > the new group that the two groups were not related and should not be
> > linked.
> >
> > Mari
>     In Bartlesville OK.  We had the incipient shire of 'Bison's Run' which
> disbanded, when a canton was later formed there they chose the name of
> 'Chemin Noir'.
>     In McAlester OK.   We had 'Gryphin's Roost', which later changed it's
> name to Rundell, and was later disbanded.
>     Long long ago, 'Northkeep' was 'Nord As Das Strom'.
> Robert Fitzmorgan
      Ok Mari in her other message is correct that Gryphon's Rooste was not
the group in McAlester.  Forget everything I said about Rundel.  Her
information is correct. I should know better than to write messages this
early in the morning.
      I'm going to crawl off in search of caffeine now.

"If you haven't found something strange during the day, it hasn't been much
of a day."     John A. Wheeler

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