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Posted March 01, 2014 at 00:06:06 from 220.127.116.11
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This will be the last post. I am leaving the page itself up so that anyone who wants to use the links at the top of this page may do so. Perhaps Chat will return one day.
It's been nice meeting so many others on here and on the old chat. I think that guy's name was Michael ? that started the chat and I joined then. Good luck in all your searches and if ever I can help just email me. Most of my research is in Virginia.
mornin all: well i'll miss my morning ritual of opening this room every day to read whats new, but I hope u all are well & in good places in your lives. God Bless to each of u. it's been a wonderful trip , this genealogy one with each of u far well .
I meant to ask you if there was any way to get to the Profiles after the room closes? That also applies to the Surname List. I will oftentimes comes across names that I think others are looking for & the only way to verify this, IMO, is to check one of these items. I may be totally off on this, but this has been the easiest way for me to locate other researchers in the past. This may be impossible b/c once the room is closed & all this information will no longer be available. ~Jen
First of as most already know when a name of the person that is doing the posting is in blue, all you need to do is click on that name & you have their e-mail addy. Be courteous to others & send them a short note inquiring if they would agree to receive e-mails from you regarding genealogy or a subject that you both might be interested in. Also, be sure & check out all the options on the screen above this chat. I have used some from there in the past & have found that I was successful in what I was looking for. In addition to e-mail addys of other people in the room, you might want to write down the links you see above. I too am sorry to see this chat room close & yet I am grateful for all that I have learned by coming here. A quick note to Admin as well as Sherry might be in order. Either posted here or sent to an e-mail address that you might have for these people. In addition, Mr. B., thank you for keeping me on the right path when I had a tendency to wander off. Good luck to each & everyone in this room & may God bless you all richly in whatever you are involved in whatever you decide you want to do. Warmest Regards, ~Jen
Before the end I think it wise that we exchange e-mail addresses.
Sherry, thanks for the compliment. Admin, you know my thoughts. It's too bad progress makes chat obsolete.
sorry too c u go!! i've learned a lot from walt & Mr B, as well as admin, Good luck in what ever the futuer holds. God Bless U all, sherry santo Rochester, Wa
Sorry! It is enough to make a grown man cry.
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Sorry for the typo. I was typing in ANYONE & I hit the enter key by mistake.(See the post below.) ~Jen
Guess no one is around. It's a shame that we have such an excellent genealogy chat room that people do not take advantage of it. Once again,I will ask the same question, when was Sarah (aka) Sadie TITUS b & when did she die? Sarah would have been my Grandmother on my Father's side of the family. I went to FAG thinking that there might be a family plot for the COONLEYs in this small town of Hampton, IA & yet I don't see any. As far as finding censuses on the Internet, I have never done that & if I were to do so by using Family Search, I have little information on Sarah. I would hope that some of the more experienced people in this chat room could help me.
Anyone around? Seems like this place has been very quiet for the past few days. ~Jen
It appears as you use this chat room like I do. I post a message & come back every few days to see if someone has answered me. Sometimes I am pleasantly surprised & other times I am disappointed. I'm beginning to get an inferiority complex. Not really, but it sounds good!! LOL ~Jen
You test message came through load & clear. BTW, how have you been? Hope all has been going fine with you & that you are accomplishing all that you want to with your genealogy. I have had some pretty 'thick' brick walls & yet I'm finally getting through those. Now I have to find out when our FHC is open where I live. It used to be M-W 8AM-5PM & then on W they were opened for half a day. They are close to where I live & when I have recently gone by the place, there is no sign out or any cars in the parking lot. I'm sure I will work that out with time. Take care & continued success in whatever your project(s) might be. ~Jen
Just went back again & saw 'search' after I scrolled down on the page that read 'Get Started'. Sorry about any problems that I might have caused for those in the room...to Admin & Mr.B. ~Jen
Mr. B, The first screen that comes up reads 'Get Started'. After I click on that I'm told to 'Sign In'. All I want to is search & yet I didn't see a screen that read that unless I'm missing something. I'm clicking on Familysearch at the top of this screen, so I believe I'm going to the right place. ~Jen
jen, when you go to FamilySearch you are given a number of choices. One being 'Search'. That one requires not sign in.
Unfortunately I don't think I have a feeling that is not the case with me. I'm getting the message 'The user name & password was incorrect.' I have never signed into FamilySearch before. Once you get up their first screen, then I have to keep going to where it says to 'sign in here'. ~Jen
If you are using a user name and password that indicates that you have already registered? It can take up to 72 hours after registration to validate.
I realize by establishing an account doesn't mean that I need to pay. Never did think that was the case. However, every time I put in my user name & password, I'm told that what I have entered is incorrect or invalid. That doesn't make sense to me, that's all. ~Jen
You do not have to Register to search however.
Over a year ago they implemented registration! Familysearch.org is still free to use.
Would someone please tell me when Sarah Jane TRIER was B & when she D? I know that she D in Hampton, IA & I' think' she was B in PA. I am getting all sorts of conflicting dates regarding her B & D. ~Jen
Has Family Search changed now that you need to sign in & have an account with them before you can do any kind of research. I just went there & was asked for my User Name & Password. Below it said something like I needed to Establish an Account. ~Jen
https://duckduckgo.com/ (Do try it for your search)
Greetings ! I am researching my roots and looking for all TARVER'. My gr8 gr8 grandfather , TONY TARVER was born in GEORGIA in the year 1826, my gr8 gr8 grandmother was born in Alabama in the year 1833, her name is ELIZA, some of their children were, ARNOLD, HENRY, MATTIE, SOLOMON , GEORGE AND EMMANUAL, all born in SEALE, RUSSELL COUNTY, ALABAMA. please email me if any of these names are familiar . I would truly appreciate any feeback. I am a black TARVER but would love to know all TARVER', black or white. Currently I admin 6 groups on facebook, with a membership of over 700 , all having TARVER DNA. I have recently submitted my DNA to ANCESTRY.com and excitedly await the results. sincerely, CYNTHIA J. TARVER
Sorry about the double post however, the first time I clicked on Post Message nothing happen. I guess I ended up posting this a second time. ~Jen
I need some help. I am researching Jeremiah McDaniel AMES(b 1820 NY d 1881 IA bur Buck Creek) His first wife was Hester Ann BOYTON (b 1823 NY d 1856) I believe their children were Elijah Manley(no information), Robert Watson, Mary Lorena (I know where the last 2 were b & d)Then after his wife d Jeremiah m Jane Ann Morehouse (b 1823 NY d 1904 IA,bur.Buck Creek) I have the names of their children but have no information on 3 of their children. I would be so grateful if anyone could find information on Elijah Manley, Etta & Jeremiah. They would all have the surname, AMES. Thanks to anyone that can help me. I would think they would have been b in IA however, I need to sit down & draw a pedigree chart on this family. I just found out that Jeremiah McDaniel AMES was m twice. Not unusual for this family I guess. ~Jen
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~obitl/ovlist.html This is a good obit website that I hope to use on figuring out where some of my relatives died in NY State (I know the counties they died in, but have to narrow it down further). Perhaps, those of you who are helping Mr. B. could use this website when looking for some of these people on his list who may be deceased. ~Jen
lurking and researching. today I am researching the MARDERS surname
Here's the fifth modified list. Doubled surnames are married surnames. Keith BURNETT/Louie DURAN/Joan EDWARDS PARKHURST/Kenneth FARRIMOND/Buddy FLYNN/Cecelia FRANCO MARTINEZ/Frank FURNHAM/Ron HARRIS/Rogelo HINOJSA/Donna JACKSON ROSS/Marilyn JONES, LKA 1002 Holt Ave., Los Angeles, CA/William KERSNER/Georgia KIRRILLION/Steven LILLIE/Wynona MARTINEZ/Jim McFADDEN/Wilma MEREDITH/Jimmy MORRIS/Marie MURRAY SLAVINSKY/Ronald MURRAY/Terrance N. OWEN/Joyce PACHECO KRAIN/Verla LEWIS (maiden name), husband's first name is Donald, LKA c/o 156 So. 400 E., Spanish Fork, UT/Anna PEREZ CHILDS/Tony & Lucinda PEREZ/Sandra SMITH WILLIAMS/Kay ('K') SPACKMAN/Bob VIGIL/Pat WILCOX BRADY/Sylvia WORKMAN/Virginia YELONECK AMENDLOA. These names are listed as we have lost addresses, some may have deceased but we have no way of determining. Thanks for all your help and the surnames are now capitalized, there seemed to be some confusion. All would be about 74 years old. Please help to either identify addresses of those living or see if you can find obits of those that have passed. Thanks
a lot of Rogelo Hinojosa's, but none that are in the target age group
Looks promising, see if you could find more. Thanks for the help.
several, but this one is closest in age NAME: Kenneth D Farrimond BIRTH: 8 Mar 1939 RESIDENCE: 1935-1993 - Salem, OR
sorry,, got called into work, needed help on a project
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