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    1. [IOWA] FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Winter Meeting (second notice)
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. Greetings, County Coordinators and Iowa Researchers, The semi-annual Friends of IAGenWeb meeting will be held beginning on 30 Jan 2020. Friends of IAGenWeb is an organization dedicated to providing funding for the IAGenWeb project. We are a non-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization and are all unpaid volunteers. If you would like to support Friends of IAGenWeb, please visit http://iagenweb.org/state/friends_of_iagenweb/ Our Articles of Association states that meetings "will occur online and are open to the public." If you would like to be a guest at the meetings, please send your email address directly to me so that I may add it to the mail list. I will subscribe you to the mailing list we use for meetings (friends-l@iagenweb.org <mailto:friends-l@iagenweb.org>). Past subscribers to Friends meetings remain subscribed. Guests will receive all meeting communications. Guests may speak if a designated time is indicated. Agenda: 1. President's Welcome and Roll Call; any announcements 2. Secretary's Report--meeting minutes 3. Treasurer's Report 5. Closing Comments & Adjournment Best Regards, Constance Diamond President, Friends of IAGenWeb _______________________________________________ Your support makes IAGenWeb possible. ~Visit The Friends of IAGenWeb today~ http://iagenweb.org/state/friends_of_iagenweb/ -- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. https://www.avg.com

    01/25/2020 10:46:58
    1. [IOWA] Re: End of Rootsweb Mailing Lists
    2. BillH
    3. I would vote against doing this. People forget to use hashtags in my experience so then we have to wade through all the posts that are not for the county we are interested in to find the ones that we are. I would vote to keep it like it is in Rootsweb, one overall Iowa list for non county specific messages and separate ones for each county. On 1/9/2020 9:44 PM, W David Samuelsen wrote: > Please consider consolidation of county lists into one for better > management of posts. > > At least in Groups.io  hashtags can be used to identify county.

    01/09/2020 10:49:57
    1. [IOWA] Re: End of Rootsweb Mailing Lists
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. Please consider consolidation of county lists into one for better management of posts. At least in Groups.io  hashtags can be used to identify county. That is what I did for German-Genealogy-Eng@Groups.io - with hashtags for each area of German Empire. David Samuelsen On 1/9/2020 9:07 PM, Bill Henshaw wrote: > With the Rootsweb Mailing lists going away in March, I see quite a few are moving to groups.io. > > Any chance of the Iowa group setting up a new list on groups.io? > > Thanks, > Bill

    01/09/2020 10:44:19
    1. [IOWA] End of Rootsweb Mailing Lists
    2. Bill Henshaw
    3. With the Rootsweb Mailing lists going away in March, I see quite a few are moving to groups.io. Any chance of the Iowa group setting up a new list on groups.io? Thanks, Bill

    01/09/2020 09:07:38
    1. [IOWA] December and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. Here we are closing in on the end of another wonderful year at IAGenWeb! And what a year it has been!  Our "Christmas Tree" has been giving us the wonderful gifts "wrapped" and contributed by you our very special volunteers! You have given us the glorious gift of your time in transcribing and doing look-ups to help others.  We have been so Blessed this year with the wonderful "gifts" from all of You. We hope you will stop by and visit our wonderful orphan projects! There must be one that is just right for you to become a CC of. We have 16 outstanding counties for you to choose from. Our orphans are: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Franklin, Jackson, Jones, Keokuk, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Worth.  These counties are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a Coordinator please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Thank You For Giving IAGenWeb Another Successful Year!! Karon & Karyn, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    12/08/2019 10:20:12
    1. [IOWA] Thanksgiving and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. WOW! Here we are in the month of November and wanting to know where did the rest of the year go? It is almost time for Thanksgiving and what a wonderful Thanksgiving it will be at IAGenWeb! We have finished up our semi annual review and all of our counties are in great shape. We give Thanks to all of you who volunteer and to those who use IAGenWeb, for the many contributions of time and effort in transcribing records, for the photos, postcards, histories and family lore. Without you we would be a different project.  Thank You one and all for all you do! Please stop by and visit our wonderful orphan projects, I am sure there is one just right for you to become a CC of. We have 19 outstanding counties for you to choose from. Our orphans are: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Franklin, Jackson, Jones, Keokuk, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac, Tama and Worth.  These counties are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a Coordinator please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Have A Wonderful Thanksgiving!! Karon & Karyn, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    11/01/2019 07:19:34
    1. [IOWA] August & IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. School is getting ready to start again, football practice gearing up, and we all seem to be trying to get one last  bit of  our summer into a weekend getaway. At IAGenWeb we are busy getting each of our projects updated and ready for visitors.   Our new Leadership Team officers have been installed and we are looking forward to our new year. We invite you to come visit us and and go through our group of adoptable counties: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jackson, Jones, Keokuk, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama,   Each of these wonderful counties would very much like to have 'you' as their new coordinator. To find out more about becoming a county coordinator please contact our Welcome Hostess <welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org> and let them know which county you are interested in .  They will be happy to guide you through the process. We hope to see you soon! Karon & Karyn IAGenWeb Welcome Hostess welcome _to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    08/07/2019 11:04:52
    1. [IOWA] Re: Birth certificate question
    2. Lisa Lepore
    3. It seems you need to contact the State Registrar I read this page which might help you. https://www.iowalegalaid.org/resource/how-do-i-make-changes-to-my-childs-birth-cert Lisa On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 10:16 PM Lisa Lepore <lisa.lepore2@gmail.com> wrote: > So are you saying the father's name is wrong on a living person's birth > certificate? > > If that is the case, you should speak to the county recorder, and see if > they can do something for you. > > If they refuse, then you should consult with a lawyer. If you have a lot > of > documentation to prove what the > name should be, then perhaps you can go to court and get an order to change > it. > > It's easier to do things when the people involved are still living. > > Or, if the person lives in Iowa, perhaps he could contact his local > congress > person for help. > > Good luck, > Lisa > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Jeannette Walton [mailto:jtwalton13@gmail.com] > Sent: Tuesday, August 6, 2019 12:06 PM > To: Iowa genealogy. > Subject: [IOWA] Re: Birth certificate question > > Thank you for your reply. My problem seems so insignificant compared to > yours. The father's name is listed as "Fred" instead of "Frank" and > corrected in pencil by the mother. We are trying to get his brother into > S.A.R., before it's too late, and can't find a good way to prove the > father's name. Brother is now 83, having lived with this wrong data for > many years, and nobody noticed. > > I like the suggestion of keeping all data in a safe place. > Thanks again, > Jeannette > > On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 11:36 AM Debra Beeson via IOWA <iowa@rootsweb.com> > wrote: > > > here is a problem with that certifict, first you will never be able to > > correct it, the state has been doing it wrong for 200 years and they are > > not about to correct it, I have the same thing with my mothers 3 siblings > > in our state of Nebraska, second you will have to patition the courts to > > try to correct the mistakes, however they will deny that too, its very > hard > > to change old records sorry, I have been trying to get my grandfathers > > death certs, because he died of TB, the courts won't let me have them, > > until the last family member dies, well their wish is coming true my > mother > > will be dead in 3 months. sorry my aunt and the last living child of his > > will be dead soon too, I doubt even then I will be able to get the birth > > cert. and his death cert. my grandfather was born in a home for unwed > > mothers and she never told him who his real father was, so we can't even > > find that information all we know is that his father was not joseph or > > elmer. so finding this information will take an act of congress to get > it. > > grrrr. good luck in tring to it worked out, I would just keep the cert. > > and document with it all the proof you have and keep it in a safe place. > > > > Debra Beeson <bdyychlet@ol.com> > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Jeannette Walton <jtwalton13@gmail.com> > > To: iowa <iowa@rootsweb.com> > > Sent: Tue, Aug 6, 2019 7:34 am > > Subject: [IOWA] Birth certificate question > > > > I'm new to this list and hoping to find some information. > > > > Have copy of Certificate of Birth Registration with file number, dated > > March 31, 1936, Burlington. > > > > Question: the father information is incorrect, have lots of data to > prove > > it. Where can I look to correct this? I know...it's been years, but now > > it's a bit important > > > > Thank you, > > Jeannette > > > >

    08/06/2019 08:41:00
    1. [IOWA] Re: Birth certificate question
    2. Lisa Lepore
    3. So are you saying the father's name is wrong on a living person's birth certificate? If that is the case, you should speak to the county recorder, and see if they can do something for you. If they refuse, then you should consult with a lawyer. If you have a lot of documentation to prove what the name should be, then perhaps you can go to court and get an order to change it. It's easier to do things when the people involved are still living. Or, if the person lives in Iowa, perhaps he could contact his local congress person for help. Good luck, Lisa -----Original Message----- From: Jeannette Walton [mailto:jtwalton13@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, August 6, 2019 12:06 PM To: Iowa genealogy. Subject: [IOWA] Re: Birth certificate question Thank you for your reply. My problem seems so insignificant compared to yours. The father's name is listed as "Fred" instead of "Frank" and corrected in pencil by the mother. We are trying to get his brother into S.A.R., before it's too late, and can't find a good way to prove the father's name. Brother is now 83, having lived with this wrong data for many years, and nobody noticed. I like the suggestion of keeping all data in a safe place. Thanks again, Jeannette On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 11:36 AM Debra Beeson via IOWA <iowa@rootsweb.com> wrote: > here is a problem with that certifict, first you will never be able to > correct it, the state has been doing it wrong for 200 years and they are > not about to correct it, I have the same thing with my mothers 3 siblings > in our state of Nebraska, second you will have to patition the courts to > try to correct the mistakes, however they will deny that too, its very hard > to change old records sorry, I have been trying to get my grandfathers > death certs, because he died of TB, the courts won't let me have them, > until the last family member dies, well their wish is coming true my mother > will be dead in 3 months. sorry my aunt and the last living child of his > will be dead soon too, I doubt even then I will be able to get the birth > cert. and his death cert. my grandfather was born in a home for unwed > mothers and she never told him who his real father was, so we can't even > find that information all we know is that his father was not joseph or > elmer. so finding this information will take an act of congress to get it. > grrrr. good luck in tring to it worked out, I would just keep the cert. > and document with it all the proof you have and keep it in a safe place. > > Debra Beeson <bdyychlet@ol.com> > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Jeannette Walton <jtwalton13@gmail.com> > To: iowa <iowa@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Tue, Aug 6, 2019 7:34 am > Subject: [IOWA] Birth certificate question > > I'm new to this list and hoping to find some information. > > Have copy of Certificate of Birth Registration with file number, dated > March 31, 1936, Burlington. > > Question: the father information is incorrect, have lots of data to prove > it. Where can I look to correct this? I know...it's been years, but now > it's a bit important > > Thank you, > Jeannette >

    08/06/2019 08:16:40
    1. [IOWA] Re: Birth certificate question
    2. Jeannette Walton
    3. Thank you for your reply. My problem seems so insignificant compared to yours. The father's name is listed as "Fred" instead of "Frank" and corrected in pencil by the mother. We are trying to get his brother into S.A.R., before it's too late, and can't find a good way to prove the father's name. Brother is now 83, having lived with this wrong data for many years, and nobody noticed. I like the suggestion of keeping all data in a safe place. Thanks again, Jeannette On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 11:36 AM Debra Beeson via IOWA <iowa@rootsweb.com> wrote: > here is a problem with that certifict, first you will never be able to > correct it, the state has been doing it wrong for 200 years and they are > not about to correct it, I have the same thing with my mothers 3 siblings > in our state of Nebraska, second you will have to patition the courts to > try to correct the mistakes, however they will deny that too, its very hard > to change old records sorry, I have been trying to get my grandfathers > death certs, because he died of TB, the courts won't let me have them, > until the last family member dies, well their wish is coming true my mother > will be dead in 3 months. sorry my aunt and the last living child of his > will be dead soon too, I doubt even then I will be able to get the birth > cert. and his death cert. my grandfather was born in a home for unwed > mothers and she never told him who his real father was, so we can't even > find that information all we know is that his father was not joseph or > elmer. so finding this information will take an act of congress to get it. > grrrr. good luck in tring to it worked out, I would just keep the cert. > and document with it all the proof you have and keep it in a safe place. > > Debra Beeson <bdyychlet@ol.com> > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Jeannette Walton <jtwalton13@gmail.com> > To: iowa <iowa@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Tue, Aug 6, 2019 7:34 am > Subject: [IOWA] Birth certificate question > > I'm new to this list and hoping to find some information. > > Have copy of Certificate of Birth Registration with file number, dated > March 31, 1936, Burlington. > > Question: the father information is incorrect, have lots of data to prove > it. Where can I look to correct this? I know...it's been years, but now > it's a bit important > > Thank you, > Jeannette > > _______________________________________________ > _____________________________________________ > > For additional information concerning how the list > works, how to sub and unsub and list rules, visit > http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~richard/ialist/ > ________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/iowa@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > > _______________________________________________ > _____________________________________________ > > For additional information concerning how the list > works, how to sub and unsub and list rules, visit > http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~richard/ialist/ > ________________________________________ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/iowa@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    08/06/2019 10:06:24
    1. [IOWA] Re: Birth certificate question
    2. Debra Beeson
    3. here is a problem with that certifict, first you will never be able to correct it, the state has been doing it wrong for 200 years and they are not about to correct it, I have the same thing with my mothers 3 siblings in our state of Nebraska, second you will have to patition the courts to try to correct the mistakes, however they will deny that too, its very hard to change old records sorry, I have been trying to get my grandfathers death certs, because he died of TB,  the courts won't let me have them, until the last family member dies, well their wish is coming true my mother will be dead in 3 months. sorry my aunt and the last living child of his will be dead soon too, I doubt even then I will be able to get the birth cert. and his death cert. my grandfather was born in a home for unwed mothers and she never told him who his real father was, so we can't even find that information all we know is that his father was not joseph or elmer. so finding this information will take an act of congress to get it. grrrr.  good luck in tring to it worked out, I would just keep the cert. and document with it all the proof you have and keep it in a safe place.   Debra Beeson <bdyychlet@ol.com> -----Original Message----- From: Jeannette Walton <jtwalton13@gmail.com> To: iowa <iowa@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tue, Aug 6, 2019 7:34 am Subject: [IOWA] Birth certificate question I'm new to this list and hoping to find some information. Have copy of Certificate of Birth Registration with file number, dated March 31, 1936, Burlington. Question:  the father information is incorrect, have lots of data to prove it.  Where can I look to correct this?  I know...it's been years, but now it's a bit important Thank you, Jeannette _______________________________________________ _____________________________________________ For additional information concerning how the list works, how to sub and unsub and list rules, visit http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~richard/ialist/ ________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/iowa@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/06/2019 09:36:00
    1. [IOWA] Birth certificate question
    2. Jeannette Walton
    3. I'm new to this list and hoping to find some information. Have copy of Certificate of Birth Registration with file number, dated March 31, 1936, Burlington. Question: the father information is incorrect, have lots of data to prove it. Where can I look to correct this? I know...it's been years, but now it's a bit important Thank you, Jeannette

    08/06/2019 08:33:49
    1. [IOWA] Birth certificate question
    2. Jeannette Walton
    3. New to this list and hoping to find some information

    08/06/2019 08:28:09
    1. [IOWA] FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Meetin Reminder
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. Just a reminder of the up-coming FRIENDS of IAGenWeb meeting.  It will begin on 29 July. If you would like to attend and you have not yet signed up,please send me a  off list email (do not send it to the list)and I will add you to the guest list. Constance Diamond President Friends of IAGenWeb

    07/26/2019 08:39:22
    1. [IOWA] Re: Fwd: FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Annual Meeting
    2. Dennis Marley
    3. Dennis Marley ________________________________ From: Oregon Rain <dusters34@frontier.com> Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 10:55 AM To: IOWA Subject: [IOWA] Fwd: FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Annual Meeting -------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Annual Meeting Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2019 08:53:22 -0700 From: Oregon Rain <dusters34@frontier.com> To: IOWA <iowa@rootsweb.com> The annual meeting Of Friends of IAGenWeb will be held beginning on 29, July 2019. Friends of IAGenWeb is an organization dedicated to providing funding for the IAGenWeb project. We are a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization and are all unpaid volunteers. If you would like to support Friends of IAGenWeb, please visit http://iagenweb.org/state/friends_of_iagenweb/ Our Articles of Association state that meetings "will occur online and are open to the public." If you would like to be a guest at our meetings, please send your email address to me by clicking "Reply" to this email and include your name. I will subscribe you to the mailing list we use for meetings ( ( friends-l@iagenweb.org <mailto:friends-l@iagenweb.org> ) ). Past subscribers to Friends meetings remain subscribed. If you are a past subscriber and no longer wish to be subscribed, please click "Reply" and indicate you wish to be unsubscribed. Guests will receive all meeting communications. Guests may speak if a designated time is indicated. Agenda: 1. Welcome, Roll Call and Announcements 2. Secretary's Report - Minutes of the previous meeting 3. Treasurer's Report 4. Old Business 5. New Business: a. Confirmation of Appointments b. Amendment of Article IX c. Other New Business 6. Closing Comments & Adjournment Thank you, Constance Diamond, President, Friends of IAGenWeb 2019-2020 _______________________________________________ _____________________________________________ For additional information concerning how the list works, how to sub and unsub and list rules, visit http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~richard/ialist/ ________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/iowa@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    07/16/2019 03:37:33
    1. [IOWA] Fwd: FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Annual Meeting
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. -------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: FRIENDS of IAGenWeb Annual Meeting Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2019 08:53:22 -0700 From: Oregon Rain <dusters34@frontier.com> To: IOWA <iowa@rootsweb.com> The annual meeting Of Friends of IAGenWeb will be held beginning on 29, July 2019. Friends of IAGenWeb is an organization dedicated to providing funding for the IAGenWeb project. We are a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization and are all unpaid volunteers. If you would like to support Friends of IAGenWeb, please visit http://iagenweb.org/state/friends_of_iagenweb/ Our Articles of Association state that meetings "will occur online and are open to the public." If you would like to be a guest at our meetings, please send your email address to me by clicking "Reply" to this email and include your name. I will subscribe you to the mailing list we use for meetings ( ( friends-l@iagenweb.org <mailto:friends-l@iagenweb.org> ) ). Past subscribers to Friends meetings remain subscribed. If you are a past subscriber and no longer wish to be subscribed, please click "Reply" and indicate you wish to be unsubscribed. Guests will receive all meeting communications. Guests may speak if a designated time is indicated. Agenda: 1. Welcome, Roll Call and Announcements 2. Secretary's Report - Minutes of the previous meeting 3. Treasurer's Report 4. Old Business 5. New Business: a. Confirmation of Appointments b. Amendment of Article IX c. Other New Business 6. Closing Comments & Adjournment Thank you, Constance Diamond, President, Friends of IAGenWeb 2019-2020

    07/16/2019 09:55:40
    1. [IOWA] July and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. July is always a fun time of the year and can be a busy time at IAGenWeb! We have a new Leadership team and Welcome Hostess team in place to help those individuals interested in volunteering at IAGenWeb. Today a new Leadership team and Welcome Hostess team begins at IAGenWeb! We hope you will stop by to visit your favorite county and while you are there slip on over and visit our community of orphan counties: Adams, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jackson, Jones, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawatamie, Sac and Tama.  These counties are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a "Fireworks Coordinator" please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Have Great 4th of July!! Karon & Karyn, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    07/01/2019 09:46:47
    1. [IOWA] June and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. Welcome to June and Summertime! It's time to get out and enjoy the weather in between rain drops! The Midwest has certainly had more than it's share of wet weather, but at least the temps have been comfortable. Would you like to be a part of a wonderful group of volunteers that gathers genealogical data for other researchers? If so, IAGenWeb has county coordinator positions open. We're always looking for volunteers in the many aspects of what we do - locating and transcribing records, photographing and uploading gravestone photos, etc. Check out this page http://iagenweb.org/state/jointeam.php. There's also a link on the page for learning more about becoming a county coordinator. The counties we have available are: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jones, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Montgomery, Mitchell, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama. Stop in and take a look at those you're interested in. The links to each of the counties are available at http://iagenweb.org/state/colist.php. See something you like? Send an email to the Welcome Hostesses, at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org Hope to hear from you soon! Cindy and Karon Welcome Hostess welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    06/02/2019 02:26:20
    1. [IOWA] IAGenWeb & Spring
    2. dusters34
    3. It's almost time for Spring ... warm sunshine, snow melting, green grass showing, new flowers coming up and the proverbial spring cleaning! My favorite time of the We at IAGenWeb are getting ready for Spring and doing our own "spring cleaning" in preparation for our Spring Reviews. New information is being added, broken links are being fixed, pages being freshened and we have been fortunate to have four of our orphan counties adopted (Ida, Decatur, Ringgold and Greene)!  We at IAGenWeb hope you will stop by and visit our new CCs. At the same time we hope you will visit our orphan counties and find one that is just right for your family. Our orphans are: Adams, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jones, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Montgomery, Mitchell, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama. For more information on how you can become a part of the IAGenWeb family it is as easy as sending an email to our Welcome Hostess at  welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org .    St. Patrick Day is near! Cindy & Karon, Welcome Hostess'   welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    03/01/2019 09:14:50
    1. [IOWA] IAGenWeb in February
    2. dusters34
    3. Some how we have lost January and we are already in February 2019! What a great month February is! President Lincoln was born on Feb. 12 and President Washington was born on Feb. 22, and in between them we have the yummiest best chocolate day of the year, Valentine's Day!  All of our great CCs are busy getting ready for Spring (hopefully just around the corner?) fixing up their county websites by adding new information and fixing those pesky broken links that somehow always seem to show up. We hope you will stop by a visit your favorite county and while you are visiting we hope you will take a look at orphaned counties are: Adams, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Greene, Ida, Jackson, Jones, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawatamie, Ringgold, Sac and Tama.  These are counties that are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you, as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a "Valentine Coordinator" please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Happy February!! Cindy & Karon, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    02/01/2019 08:35:41