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    1. [KING-NC] (no subject)
    2. melissa collinsworth
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    10/16/2010 04:11:46
    1. [KING-NC] (no subject)
    2. melissa collinsworth
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    10/15/2010 04:22:23
    1. [KING-NC] (no subject)
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    10/10/2010 05:35:13
    1. [KING-NC] Redfern
    2. Geraldine King
    3. I am looking for information on James Redfern/Redfearn died Oct 1825 in Orange, NC. I have him being born about 1720 in Scotland.

    10/26/2009 10:40:22
    1. [KING-NC] GEDCOMS-What You Need To Do
    2. George W. Durman
    3. Ever since I posted that I would accept GEDCOMs (.GED files), I have been inundated with files, the senders asking that their family trees be added to the Germanna Families database at Rootsweb. I have a problem! It is extremely difficult to add other researchers' databases to our main Germanna database if those who send such .GED files haven't made sure that their databases adhere to normal standards for database construction. What I mean is, if you send me a GEDCOM and it is full of errors as far as construction is concerned, it takes me hours, even days, to correct it so that I can add it to the main database. Examples: 1) You enter "places" as: Podunk, VA Podunk, Virginia Podunk, Whatever County, VA Podunk, Whatever County, Virginia Podunk, Whatever Co., VA Podunk, Whatever Co., Virginia 2) You don't enter surnames in your databases in capital letters. It makes it a lot easier to concentrate on surnames if you put them in your database in ALL CAPS. 3) You enter dates such as 3/4/1890. How in the #*^*(* are we to know if that means 03 Apr 1890, or 04 Mar 1890? You are free to use whatever date convention you wish, whether its Day/Month/Year, or Month/Day/Year, just don't use NUMBERS!!!!! The American standard has been to use Month/ Day/Year, while, at the same time, most genealogy researchers (and everyone else in the world) use the Day/Month/Year. Whatever convention you use, don't use a number for the Month!!!!! Dang it, how hard is it to type in 11 Dec 1876, or Dec 11 1876, instead of 11-12-1876, or 12-11-1876? Give us a break! Etc., etc., ad infinitum. Can you see that you must adopt a standard format for entering places and dates in you databases? I really don't care what format you use, but you must use the same format throughout your database!!!!! Let's get it together and use a standardized format for place names! Look at your database. How many different forms of the same place name do you have there? Is there any reason that you can't use ONE standard format for place names? I don't care if you have "just" copied place names from other databases on Ancestry/Rootsweb, when you incorporate them into your database, make adjustments, make corrections, put them right! If you want to enter a person's birth, marriage, or death place as a certain town, look up the county where that town is located and include the COUNTY in the "place", (If you were using a "good" genealogy database program, you would have access to a "Place Finder", which would tell you where any town/city was located. I'm just tired of having to correct place names, where the originators of the databases have used multiple place names, all different (but the same place), and can't seem to use ONE common place name. For Heaven's Sake, why can't you decide one on ONE common place name? Yes, attention to detail is very desirable when entering data into your computer database program. If you're serious in this genealogical study, why can't you be serious in how you enter data into the database? Continuing to be an "Arschloch", I challenge you to "get it right"! Sarge

    01/21/2009 07:17:15
  1. 12/01/2008 12:13:51
    1. Re: [KING-NC] wayne co
    2. Ann Storer
    3. who were they? my Kings married the Hooks- Worrell- Daniels- Exum- the Kings seem to have left after the father died in 1813- don't know what happened to his unmarried daughters. they would have been good catches- their father gave them land before they died- they are not on the 1820 census as Kings so they must have married or died. Ann At 11:35 AM 6/9/2008, you wrote: >I see you but haven't seen much action either, I had family in >Raliegh and Wayne Co > >Melissa > > "You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new >dream."- C.S. Lewis > > > >----- Original Message ---- >From: Ann Storer <aestore4@spinn.net> >To: KING-NC@rootsweb.com >Sent: Saturday, June 7, 2008 11:10:32 AM >Subject: [KING-NC] wayne co > >is this active? >i don't think i have ever gotten a post from here. > Ann > > > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >KING-NC-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >KING-NC-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/09/2008 02:43:49
    1. [KING-NC] jerusha king
    2. Pat Roe
    3. Does anyone have any information on Jerusha King who married Kinchen Adams around 1820, NC. She had an aunt, Jerusha King, dau of Joel King. Thanks, Pat

    06/09/2008 11:40:10
    1. Re: [KING-NC] wayne co
    2. melissa collinsworth
    3. I see you but haven't seen much action either, I had family in Raliegh and Wayne Co Melissa "You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream."- C.S. Lewis ----- Original Message ---- From: Ann Storer <aestore4@spinn.net> To: KING-NC@rootsweb.com Sent: Saturday, June 7, 2008 11:10:32 AM Subject: [KING-NC] wayne co is this active? i don't think i have ever gotten a post from here. Ann ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to KING-NC-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/09/2008 04:35:45
    1. [KING-NC] Kings
    2. Malcolm King
    3. Hi my name is Malcolm King i came. from the line of Stokes King born around1800 somewhere in N.C. moved to Tn. married had 11 childern Iwill keep an eye out for Joel &Dorcas King in my searchs. Thanks Malcolm KIng ---malcolmk@blomand.net

    06/08/2008 01:50:23
    1. [KING-NC] Kings
    2. Malcolm King
    3. Hi I am from the line of Stokes King He was born in N.C. around 1800 nobody knows what part.He moved to TN. married and had 11 childern. Thanks Malcolm King. --e-mail malcolmk@blomand.net

    06/08/2008 01:38:37
    1. Re: [KING-NC] wayne co
    2. Pat Roe
    3. Are you a King descendent? If so, please check your files for Joel or Dorcas King. They are my missing relatives. Thanks, Pat Roe SC -----Original Message----- From: Ann Storer Sent: Saturday, June 7, 2008 2:10 PM To: KING-NC@rootsweb.com Subject: [KING-NC] wayne co is this active? i don't think i have ever gotten a post from here. Ann ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to KING-NC-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/07/2008 12:13:52
    1. Re: [KING-NC] wayne co
    2. Ann Storer
    3. yes i am - but the name does not ring any bells. my descendant was John King born abt 1740 we think- he had three sons that we know of- Allen [mine] Wilie and Colin. John King had two daughters that were unmarried at his death but were given land by their father Tempty and Zelphia. i have not been able to find if they ever married.but they are not on any census. Ann At 12:13 PM 6/7/2008, you wrote: >Are you a King descendent? If so, please check your files for Joel >or Dorcas King. They are my missing relatives. >Thanks, >Pat Roe SC > > > >-----Original Message----- >From: Ann Storer >Sent: Saturday, June 7, 2008 2:10 PM >To: KING-NC@rootsweb.com >Subject: [KING-NC] wayne co > >is this active? >i don't think i have ever gotten a post from here. > Ann > > > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >KING-NC-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >KING-NC-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/07/2008 06:23:13
    1. [KING-NC] wayne co
    2. Ann Storer
    3. is this active? i don't think i have ever gotten a post from here. Ann

    06/07/2008 06:10:32
    1. [KING-NC] AOL Users - Problems with Question Marks in Your Posts
    2. George W. Durman
    3. This is a subject that has been aggravating many recipients of email from users who are AOL subscribers. The problem is that AOL causes question marks to be randomly inserted into the text when viewed by non-AOL users. This is most annoying when viewing posts to these Mailing Lists. It also shows up in private posts, depending on the email browser being used by the recipient. As many (including me) have suspected, it is a problem with the AOL users' configuration within the AOL email program. When AOL upgraded hardware and software recently, the changes caused some problems with AOL users' configuration settings. J. Young posted a "fix" for this problem on the Listowners Mailing List and any of you who are AOL users should follow the instructions and make sure you have the proper settings. ========================================== On the AOL's WEB MAIL on the Mail Page, behind the words "AOL Mail" ,in very small print, is a link to "Settings." Use the following steps: 1. Click on "Settings". 2. Look below the "Back to Mail" button; there is a list that includes: General, Accounts, Compose, Spam Controls, Calendar, Instant Messenger. 3. Click on "Compose". 4. From the resulting list, REMOVE the check mark from in front of "Use Rich Text/HTML Editing". 5. Click on the "tab" for "SAVE". 6. Then Click on "Back to Mail". ========================================== Please make correction if you are going to post to one of the Mailing Lists at Rootsweb. (As a matter of fact, until AOL "fixes" the problem, I would suggest that you make the change for all your emails, because I've received personal email from AOL users where those dang question marks show up randomly all over the text. It makes reading the text extremely difficult.) Regards, Sarge (George W. Durman) List Administrator

    08/31/2007 10:47:08
    1. [KING-NC] Kings of Rockingham Co., NC
    2. L U Weston
    3. Is anyone searching the Kings of Rockingham County, NC? I am looking for the parents of Sally Baker King who married John Blair 10 Oct 1840 in Rockingham County, NC. Some information that I have indicates that her parents were David King and Ester Baker. Another source said her father was Inslee C. King. Any help would be appreciated. L Weston lweston@cybrtyme.com

    06/23/2007 12:12:55
    1. [KING-NC] Kings of Old Buncombe County, NC
    2. I am trying to discover the parents of Marcus Lafayette King who was born in Buncombe County, NC on 14 February 1815 and later moved to Rabun County, Georgia where he remained the rest of his life. He had a brother named General Jackson King. Acording to the 1880 Census Marcus L. King stated that his father was born in North Carolina and his mother was born in Virginia. I have researched Buncombe and surrounding counties discovering several King families, but so far nothing that can tie my Marcus King into any of those families. According to family lore we are supposed to be related somehow to Mary Elizabeth King, born in NC in 1794, the daughter of Joseph James King and his wife Laodecia Morgan. Mary Elizabeth King married David N. McClain and they also moved to Rabun County, Georgia. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Lawrence Holcombe ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.

    06/23/2007 05:07:31
    1. Re: [KING-NC] Checking the Lists
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    06/23/2007 04:53:03
    1. [KING-NC] Kings in Wake, Halifax
    2. Barbara King
    3. Barbara King Anyone else working on Drury King and family? Cumberland County 1820> Wake 1780> Halifax 1760. Would love to find other researchers. Barbara King No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.472 / Virus Database: 269.9.4/860 - Release Date: 6/21/2007 5:53 PM

    06/22/2007 08:24:58