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Posted May 19, 2013 at 16:38:59 from 188.8.131.52
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http://abaws.org/Heart%20attack%20info%20NEW%20ASPIRIN.pdf (this sitecould save your life.)
The accident was in CT but right near NY. I have travled that train many times.
Where are these horse races that you are betting on? We thought we had won a Trifecta once & found out that the numbers had to be in the same order. For a short time we were elated. Oh well, easy come easy go!! ~Jen
$10.00 across on number four (4)
I know that this isn't genealogy however, seeing that no one wants to do what this site was intended for, what do you know about the 2 trains that just collided near Fairfield, CT. I do not know if Fairfield is near to you, but was going to ask anyway. ~Jen
Okay, I know I have been bad, so I will go to the corner with a wad of gum on my nose. LOL ~Jen
Did I put some kind of a hex on this room? I'm surprised that it's so quiet in here. I realize that it's spring & summer is coming & most likely people are out working in their gardens, etc. However, I'm very surprised that no one has posted for such a long time. ~Jen
There are many gray hounds that are given up for adoption. If they were not adopted, from what I have heard & read, they would be put down. For the most part they are good dogs & make excellent pets. We just put one of our West Highland west terriers down. Unfortunately I think the next one won't be far behind. Cricket was her half sister & I know that she misses her a lot. She is more of my husband's dog, so she is lonesome without him around. If all goes well, he will come home on this coming Saturday. ~Jen
There was a dog track in Plainfield,CT that went out when the casinos came in the area in the late 80's. A Lot of the dogs were put down until some caring people formed a Gray Hound Rescue and that group saved a lot of dog lives. People who own race dogs seem to Not really care about the dogs but only the Money they can earn.
NOOO I do not bet on dog races. I feel the same as you do about those dogs.
Do you bet on dog races as well as horse races? We used to go to the dog races years ago. It's fun & yet at the same time I felt sorry for the dogs that were racing. ~Jen
Thanks for the URL on Gedcoms, Walt. I'm gradually getting my information together & when it comes to Gedcoms, I'm not quite ready for them yet. Hopefully there will come a time when I am & therefore, I'm picking up as much information on them as well as other aspects of genealogy, so if necessary, I will be ready to continue on. Have a nice Sunday. ~Jen ~Jen
GO 'Handsome Mike!'
$10.00 across on number 4 (four) today.
I just went & looked at the Gedcoms that were submitted to this site. 1.)First of all, what does Gedcom stand for? 2.)Second are the names on the Gedcoms all the relatives that are related to the person that one is doing research on? [Years ago I came across a Gedcom that a man was doing on my family surname. I know for a fact that there were surnames listed that I am sure were NOT related to the surname that I was researching. He was researching my same name & did have some information on the same people that I had done research on.] 3.)Third what is the purpose of a Gedcom? ~Jen
I am looking for 2 obits. Amos E. ZIMMERMAN (b) 1904-1906 (Maybe NJ) and died summer (August?) 1963 in Meriden,New Haven County,CT.Connecticut. His wife Ruth ZIMMERMAN (b) NJ 1895-96 and died in Wallingford,CT Feb 1970. Trying to find their parents and if they left kids etc
Yes I know, but it isn't being upgraded.
PAF 5.2 is still available for free download. can find it at familysearch.org/products
Good to see you back in the room again. I have been in the hospital for the past few days. They couldn't figure out what was wrong...some reading in my blood was 6000 & they couldn't get my temp up b/c it was so low..at the same time I was perspiring like crazy. Went through a number of tests without any prognosis. Meanwhile my husband is in a nursing home/rehab place up where we live & he didn't know where I was. The whole week has been totally crazy. I'm so glad that it's nearly over with!! ~Jen
At the LDS site under Virginia Marriages 1785-1940 I found this. T. Lee Anderson (b) VA 1899 son of W.P. and Bettie Anderson (m) Vivian E. Wilkerson (b) ca 1901 in Scotland Neck,NC to Emmwtt Wilkerson and Nora. (m) in Norfolk,VA Jan. 22,1927. Her Death record says she was born in April 1899 but this says 1901. Emmett (m) Mattie about 1907 according to the 1910 census so Nora died 1901 to 1907.
Found it! Thank You....
https://familysearch.org/ has SSDI
Click on 'Familysearch' at the top of this page and do some searching. It's there, you just have to find it.
Where do I find a FREE lookup for the SSDI? I'm having a heck of a time now that Ancestry has control of genealogy!
If you're referring to the PAF program it's no longer being updated and I don't know if it's still available. If you're referring to their new program you don't need to download anything, it's a 'cloud' program where you are using their program online. Once PAF was no longer updated I switched to Ancestral Quest. The Basic program is free and it only costs about $30.00 to get the full version. The biggest difference between these programs and FTM is the lack of searchable files. You're on your own in locating those indexed files.
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