Hello List Friends! I am doing some light housekeeping on this list today! No need to reply! I am just looking for good/bad e-mail addresses by those that bounce back to me! As of today we have _14__ members! The last post to this list was on __Dec 2008__! We do have some new members so lets start posting and sharing again, but also remember to check out the archives from posters long ago! Below are some helpful informational links! Happy Family Hunting! Shirley Fergus List Adm For questions about this list, contact the list administrator at ALL-SURNAMEemail@example.com. a.. Subscribing. Clicking on one of the shortcut links below should work, but if your browser doesn't understand them, try these manual instructions: to join ALL-SURNAME-L, send mail to ALL-SURNAME-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org with the single word subscribe in the message subject and body. To join ALL-SURNAME-D, do the same thing with ALL-SURNAME-Demail@example.com. a.. Subscribe to ALL-SURNAME-L b.. Subscribe to ALL-SURNAME-D (digest) b.. Unsubscribing. To leave ALL-SURNAME-L, send mail to ALL-SURNAME-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org with the single word unsubscribe in the message subject and body. To leave ALL-SURNAME-D, do the same thing with ALL-SURNAME-Demail@example.com. a.. Unsubscribe from ALL-SURNAME-L b.. Unsubscribe from ALL-SURNAME-D (digest) c.. Archives. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them, going from one message to another. Some list archives are not available; if there is a link here to an archive but the link doesn't work, it probably just means that no messages have been posted to that list yet. a.. Search the ALL-SURNAME archives b.. Browse the ALL-SURNAME archives
Hi Shirley, My List, George and Benjamin Robinson approx arrival 1834 Benjamin Hill no date of arrival but suppose to of landed in Tasmania daughter Maria b 1839. John Hackett Waverley 1839 Eleanor Gott Neptune1790 Lydia Catherine Hart competitor 2, 1828 Flora Kennedy ship George Fife, Joseph Wright Scarborough 1788. Rachael Watkins Neptune 1790 James Williams Sirius 1788.-- Just A few. June Qld--- From: "Shirley Fergus" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <ALL-SURNAME-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 10:35 AM Subject: [ALL-SURNAME] List Members Please post > List Members Please post your lineage to this list .. Our list is very > quiet. We need to liven it up. We are only a small list of 14 members. > Below is the Archive breakdown for this list > Hope to hear from you soon > Shirley > List Adm > > > July 1999 1 messages > March 2001 1 messages > May 2002 1 messages > February 2003 3 messages > March 2003 1 messages > June 2004 3 messages > July 2004 1 messages > August 2004 5 messages > September 2004 3 messages > October 2004 3 messages > November 2004 1 messages > February 2005 4 messages > May 2005 2 messages > December 2005 1 messages > June 2006 4 messages > August 2006 1 messages > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > ALL-SURNAMEemail@example.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG - http://www.avg.com Version: 8.0.176 / Virus Database: 270.9.13/1827 - Release Date: 12/3/2008 5:41 PM
List Members Please post your lineage to this list .. Our list is very quiet. We need to liven it up. We are only a small list of 14 members. Below is the Archive breakdown for this list Hope to hear from you soon Shirley List Adm July 1999 1 messages March 2001 1 messages May 2002 1 messages February 2003 3 messages March 2003 1 messages June 2004 3 messages July 2004 1 messages August 2004 5 messages September 2004 3 messages October 2004 3 messages November 2004 1 messages February 2005 4 messages May 2005 2 messages December 2005 1 messages June 2006 4 messages August 2006 1 messages
Hello Fellow List Members I found this and thought it may be of some help with the Holidays fast approaching and all the activities that will going on .Here are some questions you may forget to ask during your interviews. Shirley List Mom Guide for Interviewing Family Members The purpose of this questionaire is to guide you in recording the life experiences of a member of your family. The information you record will become an important link between you and your descendants. At the top of a sheet of paper write: the full name, and the date and place of birth of yourself, your mother (maiden name), your father, your brothers and sisters, your spouse,and your children: and the date and place of marriage for yourself, your brothers and sisters (with spouse's names),and your children (with spouse's names). Write your thoughts on sheets of good quality paper,numbering each answer to correspond to the appropriate question. Write your name on each sheet, too, and leave room to add new thoughts later. GRANDPARENTS 1. What were the names of your mother's parents? 2. When and where were they born and where did they live? 3. What did they do for a living? 4. Do you have personal memories of them? 5. What were the names of your father's parents? 6. When and where were they born and where did they live? 7. What did they do for a living? 8. Do you have personal memories of them? 9. Did you know your grandparents well? 10. What do you remember hearing about your GREAT- GRANDPARENTS ? 11. Did you ever meet them? 12. Did your great-grandparents, grandparents, or parents come to the US from a foreign country? Any stories told in your family about the crossing? Do you have any relatives in foreign countries? 13. What traditions are still practiced in your family? CHILDHOOD THE FAMILY HOUSE 14. What type of house did you live in as a child? 15. Other buildings on the same property? 16. If you moved during your childhood, tell where and when and what you can remember of each house and the family circumstances and the reason for the move. 17. In what room did you eat? Kitch? Dining room? 18. How was your home heated? 19. Did you have a fireplace? 20. What kind of kitchen stove did your parents cook on? 21. What fuel was used? 22. Did you have to buy the fuel or was this a chore, such as cutting wood, with which you had to help? 23. Did you always have electricity? If not, when did you get it? 24. Did you ever use candles or kerosene lamps? 25. Did your family have a cellar? Where did you store food? 26. Where did your family get water? Was it plentiful? What methods were used to conserve water? Family relations, responsibilities, conditions 27. What was your position in the family? Oldest? Youngest? 28. What were your duties as a small child? 29. Who cooked the meals? Who did the ironing? 30. Did you buy or make your own clothing? 31. When did you learn to cook and who taught you? 32. Did you ever learn to sew? Crochet? Knit? Embroider? And who taught you? 33. Did you ever learn the mechanics of a car and who taught you? 34. Did your family keep in touch with distant family? 35. Did you visit relatives often? 36. How did you get your mail? 37. What do you remember about family pets? 38. Were you especially close to anyone in the family? 39. How did the family spend its evenings? Family income and livelihood 40. What did your father do for a living? 41. Did your mother ever work outside of the home? 42. Did you contribute to the family income? 43. When did you get your first job outside of the family? 44. Did your family have a garden? 45. Who did the work on the garden? 46. What kinds of vegetables did you grow? 47. Did your family have fruit trees? 48. Who did the canning? 49. Did you raise chickens? 50. What kind of meat did you eat? 51. Did you keep a cow for milk? 52. Did you make your own butter and cheese? 53. Did anyone in the family sell eggs or butter? 54. If you lived on a farm, what crops were planted? 55. Who did the work? Family? Hired hands? Days, seasons, and special occasions 56. What did Saturday mean to you? 57. What did Sunday mean to you? 58. Did you attend church on Sunday? 59. Where did you attend church? 60. How did you spend Christmas? 61. What kinds of gifts did you receive at Christmas? 62. Did your family observe Easter? 63. How and where did you observe the Fourth of July? 64. How was your birthday celebrated? 65. What kinds of gifts did you receive on your birthday? 66. Did your family entertain often? When? 67. Did your family attend picnics? Family reunions? What do you remember about them? 68. How did you keep cool in the summer? 69. What did you wear in the winter to keep warm? 70. Do you remember any blizzards or tornadoes or floods? Friends and Games 71. What did you do for recreation? 72. Did you or your brothers or sisters have any hobbies? 73. Who was your best friend? 74. What did you and your friends do when you got together? 75. Did you and your playmates play any organized games? 76. Did you ever learn to swim? 77. Did you participate in youth organizations? School 78. Where did you go to school? 79. Did you ever attend a one-room schoolhouse? 80. How did you get to school? If you walked, how far? 81. What do you remember about these walks? Did you walk alone or with friends? 82. Were these walks a hardship in winter? Transportation and surroundings 83. Describe the size of the town where you lived or shopped. 84. Where did your parents shop? 85. How large or small were the stores? 86. If you lived in a small town or on the farm, did you ever go into the city to shop? 87. What was the largest town you remember visiting when you were young? 88. Did you ever travel on a train while you were young? 89. Did you or your family own a horse and buggy? 90. When did your family acquire its first car? What make? How much did it cost? 91. When did you learn to drive a car? 92. Where did your family go on vacation? Outlook 93. Whom did you admire most when you were young? 94. When you were small, what did you hope to do when you grew up? Higher Education and Career 95. What education did you get past high school? Did you study in your adult years? 96. Did your family support, oppose, or encourage you? 97. Who influenced you most and helped you to develop your skills? 98. Would you choose the same career if you had it to do over? Marriage and Later Life 99. When and where did you meet your husband or wife? 100. How and when did you get engaged? 101. When and where did you marry? 102. Did you go on a honeymoon? 103. Where was your first home? 104. What is your spouse's occupation? 105. Where and when were your children born? 106. Did you or your spouse go into military service? 107. If your husband went into service, what did you do while he was away? 108. What memories do you have of war years? 109. To what organizations have you belonged? 110. Have you been politically active during your lifetime? 111. Which presidents have you voted for? Philosophy and Outlook 112. Do you have a philosopy of life to share with your descendants? 113. Do you have a favorite philosopher, teacher, or writer who best expresses your philosophy? 114. Do you have religious leanings or strong religious beliefs? 115. In your opinion, which have been the greatest advances or inventions of all? 116. What things have given you the most pleasure or satisfaction? 117. Is there anything that has caused you perpetual concern? What events or trends have disturbed you most in your lifetime? 118. What has been your experience in regard to the following? a. Answers to prayers? b. Necessity and power of love? c. Will power as opposed to being ruled by one's feelings? 119. What do you consider to be your most important achievements? Abstracted from Virginia Allee's "A Family History Questionaire" in October 1978 FAMILY HERITAGE MAGAZINE.
Hello Everyone I would like to thank Kathie Harrison of the Lancaster Co., NE GenWeb Project for the following. I hope everyone will take time to read it and remember it. Shirley List Mom Since we are fast approaching summer and many of you are out there enjoying vacations or trips of a genealogical nature, please be sure to share with us, your new found cousins, family history and research tips or plans. The lists tend to get a bit quiet this time of year and there are also many who can't travel or otherwise research outside the home. We are more tied to our computers for that research and friendship in our family history quest. So...........I think it would be great to take this opportunity to post something. Who is your most elusive ancestor as in connection to this specific list? What are your goals? Do you have tips to share? A genealogy web site, perhaps? A flair for writing and sharing a family story or tradition with us? I will try to prod the list from time to time for some good posts to keep our list alive and kicking. Please jump in when ready, just as if you were jumping into the pool....the Gene Pool. ;-)
Thank you Shirley for taking on the housekeeping ! Kind Regards & Happy Huntin' to All ! Geoff All e-mails Virus-protected by MailWasher + NortonAV 2005. ----------------------------------------------------- Geoffrey Lewin BLAXALL Hextable, Kent, S.E.England. PostCode BR8 7RJ N.W.Kent Family History Society #3593 http://GeoffBlaxall.tripod.com ============================================
Hello List Members, Let me introduce myself my name is Shirley Fergus and I am you new list mom . The membership on this list is 13. PLEASE REMEMBER TO CHANGE YOUR SUBJECT LINE : The name of the list will atuomatically appear, all you will need to add will be the First and Middle name also Dates and Places. You will only need to change the surname if it is different from the list name, or if it is a Maiden or Adopted surname. The last time a query post was made to this list was November 2004.. I do hope you will start posting .. I am conducting list housekeeping for the month, making sure that all e-mail address's are still valid. Please remember to post to the list! Alot of Reunions have either gone on or are getting ready to start. Holidays are approaching and families will be getting together at dinner tables .It will be a great time for mom and dad or grandparents to reminess about the old days. Write up a list of questions to ask, carry a tape recorder with you and have fun. Post stories, lineages, or even anything that you have found that deals with the list name even if it does'nt pertain perticularly to your branch of the family. Remember all messages to the list go to the archives, so it is entirely possible that someone may be looking for the information that you hold. Thanks, Shirley
Hi Listers: Several months ago List Owner Diane asked that I caretake this List for her for a short period. This is the normal procedure when a List Owner (or Administrator if you prefer) is going to be off-line for more than a few days. Usually everything runs smoothly, and the List Owner returns as planned. In the meantime the Caretaker, having the List password, attends to any subscription or other problems on the List. Unfortunately Diana hasn't returned and attempts to contact her at her last known address have been unsuccessful. The time has now come to make fresh arrangements for administration of this List:. As a "stranger" I'm unable anything to the List beyond "mechanics". I can't promote the List topic, or answer any queries! Is there anyone on the List who would be willing to Caretake on the understanding that if Diane does return she has prior claim to the List? If Diane does not return then you will probably inherit the List by default. No pay of course - it's all voluntary "work" done out of love for the hobby! If someone volunteers who hadn't managed a List before there's plenty of help available from Rootsweb, or I'll help if need be. Interested? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to put the name of the List in the subject. Diane had a lot of List's that I'm still caretaking and now seeking to hand over! Vic List Caretaker.
Hi list, Diane list admin here - have any of you made any connections with your family tree since I last wrote to you all? Any famous connections - or unfamous or anything like that? I am looking forward to hearing from any of you to hear what you have all been up to lately. All for now. Diane
Hiya folks, Could we please have a roll call of your brickwalls that you are researching, I would like to do this kind of thing about once a month for any newbies on the list. Thanking you in anticipation. Diane List admin
Dear list, Has anyone had problems with the company called RESEARCH UK for getting Birth, Marriage or Death certificates. There has been a problem with this company taking more money then it should between the dates of 26th February 2005 and 1st March 2005. If you also have had problems with this company, please do let me know and I shall get in touch with the police who are investigating this matter. Thanking you all in anticipation of this matter. Diane list admin
only me Jenelle only me LOL why are you bored? because you can't find a rellie? you could go find some of my living ones for me in/around newcastle if you like, just call on any BENTON and ask if they have an ancestor from Staffordshire england LOL Mellie Why Does My Coat Of Arms Have Buckles At The Back? ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jenelle McCarrick" <email@example.com> To: <AUS-NSW-SURNAMES-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 12:56 AM Subject: Re: [A-NSW-S] MARTYR > why, do you have some, > Jenelle. I'M BORED > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Mellie" <Mel@i12.com> > To: <AUS-NSW-SURNAMES-L@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 10:41 AM > Subject: Re: [A-NSW-S] MARTYR > > >> >>Does anyone have any MARTYR in their family,<< >> >> oh jenelle you really made my day with that LOL >> >> >> Mellie >> Why Does My Coat Of Arms Have Buckles At The Back? >> >> >> ==== AUS-NSW-SURNAMES Mailing List ==== >> Comments and suggestions about the list should be addressed to the > Administrator at Mel@i12.com >> >> ============================== >> Search Family and Local Histories for stories about your family and the >> areas they lived. Over 85 million names added in the last 12 months. >> Learn more: http://www.ancestry.com/s13966/rd.ashx >> >> > > > ==== AUS-NSW-SURNAMES Mailing List ==== > If you respond to someone with general information please share it with > the list too > > ============================== > Jumpstart your genealogy with OneWorldTree. Search not only for > ancestors, but entire generations. Learn more: > http://www.ancestry.com/s13972/rd.ashx >
BENTON BAGNALL GREEN TIMMINGS BLEWITT HOWDLE LAZENBY SCARROLL WILLIAMS SWANN COTTON FEREDAY BLACKHAM BISSELL VENABLES POXON ARBLASTER EBANKS NICHOLLS MORAN this is not All of them! Mellie Why Does My Coat Of Arms Have Buckles At The Back?
Ref. Diane's request, I am interested in the following surnames :- BLAXALL...................Marylebone <- Essex <- Suffolk BROKENSHIRE.....East London FISHER ......................Yorkshire [East Riding] LISTER.........................Plumstead OLDFIELD.................Yorkshire [East Riding] SAVAGE......................East London <- Cheshire WOODFORD............East London ------------------------------------------------------ Geoff Geoffrey Lewin BLAXALL Hextable, Kent, S.E.England. PostCode BR8 7RJ N.W.Kent Family History Society #3593 http://GeoffBlaxall.tripod.com All e-mails protected by Mailwasher + Norton AV. ============================================
Hiya folks, Could we please have a roll call of your names that you are researching, I would like to do this kind of thing about once a month for any newbies on the list. Thanking you in anticipation. Diane List admin
Hiya list, Just to say that after Christmas we MIGHT have newbies on our list, and I would like you to be patient with them while they learn the ropes of genealogy and how to use their computers for genealogy work. I am sure that you will give them all the help that they needs, and be VERY PATIENT with them. Thanking you in anticipation. Diane (list mum)
Hi List, It is me Diane. Can someone do me a VERY BIG FAVOUR and look up the above person for me. It is for a friend of mine, and she has NO INFORMATION about her Father at all. Edgar George Marsh was born on 14 April 1934 and died on 16 March 1984, she has NO IDEA of where he was born or where he died. Could some very kind soul help me to help her please? Diane (list mum)
In the spirit of Halloween, from now through Oct. 31 please feel free to post any spooky tales related to your family research. Found a grave with the help of that ancestor? Tell us about it. Share a family tradition with us. What did your ancestor's do for a holiday? A special family recipe? Get your creative juices flowing and share with us today! It works every October and is fun for many list members who may have been afraid to post before. It tends to get them talking anyway! I set the time limit for this topic so that after Oct.31 we can get down to some really good researching... Diane (List mum)
This is from your list mum, Diane FYI -- To those of you with England-based lists, I just ran across a resource which your lists might like to know about if they don't already. Harvard Law School has a collection of English deeds in their library, and these deeds are described on their website, including all names and locations contained therein: <http://www.law.harvard.edu/library/collections/special/collections/manuscri pts/deeds/> There is a small search box on the left-hand side at the bottom. If "HLS website" is clicked, then entering a search term in that box and clicking on "Go" will search those deeds for you (and probably any other pages on their site as well). Some of these deeds mention land in America, but most of them are for land in England. They go back as early as the 1300's and go through at least the latter 1700's. It doesn't appear to be possible to search on just the deeds, so a search on a common name like Lewis will get way too many hits. Adding the term "deed" to your search will help, but there may still be irrelevant results. The deed descriptions are also browseable in the event that the name search isn't fruitful. Please feel free to forward this message in whole or in part to your list(s) if desired. Diane
What do the other members of this list think? Diane ----- Original Message ----- From: "Geoff Lewin BLAXALL" <Geoff-Blaxall@beeb.net> To: <ALL-SURNAME-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 9:39 PM Subject: Re: [ALL-Surname] How did this name come about please. > Grandmamma ~ > Grandma ~ > Granny ~ > Nanna ~ Nanny ? > > Geoff Lewin BLAXALL > Hextable, Kent, S.E. England > NWKentFam.Hist.Society #3593 > http://GeoffBlaxall.tripod.com > All mail protected by MailWasher+Norton AV. > =========================== > > > > ==== ALL-SURNAME Mailing List ==== > This list is now up for adoption. Please reply of list to > > firstname.lastname@example.org > > ============================== > Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration > Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more. > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237 > >