My Gordon line came from Scotland in 1850. Maybe I have some information that could help your friend. They spent some time in New York and later immigrated to Utah. Let me know.
I just want to tell you all that I have gotten more help from people here than from any other genealogy site I have posted messages at. You are all very thanked for the help. People here REALLY love their genealogy and helping others. This is a great site. Keep up the good work. Thank you all. Leagen
I agree! These folks have helped me find information on my families for years now. Yes, they are wonderful, and love what they do.
HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you!!!
Birthday Greetings from Washington state. Have a great day
Thank you for the birthday greetings. Today I have been married for 42 years too.
For those of you who have a car that can be unlocked by that remote button on your key ring: If you lock your keys in the car and the spare keys are home, and you don't have 'OnStar,' here's your answer to the problem! If some one has access to the spare remote at your home, call them on your cell phone (or borrow one from someone if the cell phone is locked in the car too!) Hold your (or anyone's) cell phone about a foot from your car door and have the other person at your home press the unlock button, holding it near the phone on their end. Your car will unlock. Saves someone from having to drive your keys to you. Distance is no object. You could be hundreds of miles away, and if you can reach someone who has the other 'remote' for your car, you can unlock the doors (or the trunk, or have the 'horn' signal go off, or whatever!) (Editor's Note * It works fine! We tried it out and it unlocked our car over a cell phone!) Distance doesn't seem to be a factor.
Happy Birthday AND 42nd Anniversery too!
'HAPPY BIRTHDAY' AX...and...'HAPPY ANNIVERSARY' to you and your wife.Have a great day.
need to find websites that have to do with the importance of religion with family history.
Happy Birthday and Anniversary Congratulations!!!!
A few days ago I emailed a VA hospital/home where I found one of my rellys had died . A resident genealogist there was given his info and just now emailed me telling me she has found his records and is mailing them to me. So if any of you find a relly was ever in what was then called a Soldiers Home email them, they just might help you too. The little info she sent in this email has already helped, He never Married! So I can now quit looking for his decendents! And thanks a lot Bets for all your help yesterday. You gave me a name I needed in the Bazinet line, the father Louis. W/out that name it would be impossible to get any further back in the line. You people are Great!!!
Congrats, but whats a relly?
Well, shiver me timbers or however one exhibits surprize. Give love to dear wife again for me and celebrate, celebrate!! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!!
I received an envelope today from a cousin, who has our David McNeil of Chester, Pa. David was injured during the Civil War, and went to the Soldiers Home in Hampton, Va. in 1865. I just got finished emailing them for any information they may have on my David. Thanks for the advice.
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