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    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction
    2. Thank you for the information. I am from NM around Santa Fe but never heard of this. Paul ----- Original Message ----- From: "KaBar 1194" <censussearcher@gmail.com> To: "NM List" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, August 14, 2016 1:37:46 AM Subject: Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction Hi, Here is the information you requested: The Old Abe Eagle The Old Abe Eagle was published weekly in White Oaks, New Mexico, from November 13, 1891, through July 1895. It was an English only paper that identified as a Democratic affiliate. The first known editor and publisher were H.L. Ross and Frank G. Raible. As with many other papers in the territory, the Old Abe Eagle had a number of editors and publishers. In 1895, the Old Abe Eagle was renamed the White Oaks Eagle <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87090065/>. Previously, the Old Abe Eagle had been called the New Mexico Interpreter <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87090068/>. The December 4, 1891 issue reported: the White Oaks Interpreterhas changed its name to the Old Abe Eagle and is now neatly printed on four pages of seven columns each. The Old Abe Eaglehad a fancy masthead with the title in capital letters and an eagle carrying a ribbon, with the following written in bold capital letters: gold, silver, copper, coal, iron and marble. The Old Abe Eagle covered mainly local, territorial, and national news. An annual subscription paid in advanced cost $2.50, a six-month subscription $1.50, and a three-month subscription 80 cents. The front page typically featured activities at a local mine named Old Abe as well as news from surrounding area. When gold mines were discovered at White Oaks, the town sprang up quickly and soon attracted over 2,000 people. According to the Old Abe Eagle, gold, iron, marble of several varieties, lime, alabaster, white sandstone, silica, fire-clay, and bituminous coal could all be found within a three-mile radius of the White Oaks. As a sign of booming business in White Oaks, the Old Abe Eaglefeatured many advertisements from construction firms such as Building & Lumber Company; Contractors & Builders Masonry and Plastering, Painting, Wallpaper & Shades; and Fine House Furnishings & Carpets. Other businesses advertising in the Eaglewere a real estate company, barbershop, bank, and! many lawyers. One ad highlighted the availability of a new kind of aluminum tableware that was said to be durable and as pretty as solid silver, but at one-tenth the cost. Stories on crime were also prominently featured in the Eagle. One, for example,observed that train robbery was becoming a regular incident of travel. The article continued to state that as long as the robbers confined themselves to robbing the express cars the passengers would make few complaints. Another reported that express robbers got in their work at Fort Wingate on the Atlantic & Pacific Railway on Sunday night, relieving the Wells Fargo Co. of a portion of their assets. Like many territorial papers of its time, the Old Abe Eagle also addressed the status of statehood. It commented that the population of New Mexico exceeds that of either Idaho, Nevada or Montana, and yet we are still a territory! Oh! Lord! Oh! Lord! How long! The paper seemed to have little faith in the political process. In one article in October 1893, it commented that after the president is elected he will appoint his political wire pullers to the fat offices in the territory, while the meek and lowly citizens of the territory exercise their inalienable rights, which is to pay taxes and work the roads. The Old Abe Eagle advocated for a new school and the construction of a railway through White Oaks. It invited railroad people to spend time in White Oaks to observe the high volume of freight traffic. Local businessmen were urged to join together to lobby on behalf of a railroad station in White Oaks. However, this never came to pass and after the mines became depleted, White Oaks began a slow decline. Provided by: University of New Mexico <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/awardees/nmu/> > On Aug 11, 2016, at 6:38 AM, abrickwall@comcast.net wrote: > > Where was the Old Abe Eagle > > Paul > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "pgarratt via" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com> > To: "KaBar 1194" <censussearcher@gmail.com> > Cc: "NM List" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com>, "Dennis Partridge" <oddsource@gmail.com>, "NM ALHN" <nm-alhn@rootsweb.com>, "Judy White" <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> > Sent: Monday, August 8, 2016 3:28:31 PM > Subject: Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction > > > Thanks Charles. Nice addition! > > Phyllis > -----Original Message----- > Sent: Monday, August 8, 2016 12:19pm > Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction > > > This page lists all names extracted from the Old Abe Eagle for 1895. It includes a list of school children from that date. > > Be well, > Charles Barnum > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-MEXICO-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 NEW-MEXICO-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 NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    08/14/2016 04:26:50
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction
    2. KaBar 1194
    3. Hi, Here is the information you requested: The Old Abe Eagle The Old Abe Eagle was published weekly in White Oaks, New Mexico, from November 13, 1891, through July 1895. It was an English only paper that identified as a Democratic affiliate. The first known editor and publisher were H.L. Ross and Frank G. Raible. As with many other papers in the territory, the Old Abe Eagle had a number of editors and publishers. In 1895, the Old Abe Eagle was renamed the White Oaks Eagle <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87090065/>. Previously, the Old Abe Eagle had been called the New Mexico Interpreter <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87090068/>. The December 4, 1891 issue reported: the White Oaks Interpreterhas changed its name to the Old Abe Eagle and is now neatly printed on four pages of seven columns each. The Old Abe Eaglehad a fancy masthead with the title in capital letters and an eagle carrying a ribbon, with the following written in bold capital letters: gold, silver, copper, coal, iron and marble. The Old Abe Eagle covered mainly local, territorial, and national news. An annual subscription paid in advanced cost $2.50, a six-month subscription $1.50, and a three-month subscription 80 cents. The front page typically featured activities at a local mine named Old Abe as well as news from surrounding area. When gold mines were discovered at White Oaks, the town sprang up quickly and soon attracted over 2,000 people. According to the Old Abe Eagle, gold, iron, marble of several varieties, lime, alabaster, white sandstone, silica, fire-clay, and bituminous coal could all be found within a three-mile radius of the White Oaks. As a sign of booming business in White Oaks, the Old Abe Eaglefeatured many advertisements from construction firms such as Building & Lumber Company; Contractors & Builders Masonry and Plastering, Painting, Wallpaper & Shades; and Fine House Furnishings & Carpets. Other businesses advertising in the Eaglewere a real estate company, barbershop, bank, and many lawyers. One ad highlighted the availability of a new kind of aluminum tableware that was said to be durable and as pretty as solid silver, but at one-tenth the cost. Stories on crime were also prominently featured in the Eagle. One, for example,observed that train robbery was becoming a regular incident of travel. The article continued to state that as long as the robbers confined themselves to robbing the express cars the passengers would make few complaints. Another reported that express robbers got in their work at Fort Wingate on the Atlantic & Pacific Railway on Sunday night, relieving the Wells Fargo Co. of a portion of their assets. Like many territorial papers of its time, the Old Abe Eagle also addressed the status of statehood. It commented that the population of New Mexico exceeds that of either Idaho, Nevada or Montana, and yet we are still a territory! Oh! Lord! Oh! Lord! How long! The paper seemed to have little faith in the political process. In one article in October 1893, it commented that after the president is elected he will appoint his political wire pullers to the fat offices in the territory, while the meek and lowly citizens of the territory exercise their inalienable rights, which is to pay taxes and work the roads. The Old Abe Eagle advocated for a new school and the construction of a railway through White Oaks. It invited railroad people to spend time in White Oaks to observe the high volume of freight traffic. Local businessmen were urged to join together to lobby on behalf of a railroad station in White Oaks. However, this never came to pass and after the mines became depleted, White Oaks began a slow decline. Provided by: University of New Mexico <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/awardees/nmu/> > On Aug 11, 2016, at 6:38 AM, abrickwall@comcast.net wrote: > > Where was the Old Abe Eagle > > Paul > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "pgarratt via" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com> > To: "KaBar 1194" <censussearcher@gmail.com> > Cc: "NM List" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com>, "Dennis Partridge" <oddsource@gmail.com>, "NM ALHN" <nm-alhn@rootsweb.com>, "Judy White" <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> > Sent: Monday, August 8, 2016 3:28:31 PM > Subject: Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction > > > Thanks Charles. Nice addition! > > Phyllis > -----Original Message----- > Sent: Monday, August 8, 2016 12:19pm > Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction > > > This page lists all names extracted from the Old Abe Eagle for 1895. It includes a list of school children from that date. > > Be well, > Charles Barnum > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-MEXICO-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 NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    08/13/2016 04:37:46
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction
    2. pgarratt via
    3. Thanks Charles. Nice addition! Phyllis -----Original Message----- Sent: Monday, August 8, 2016 12:19pm Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction This page lists all names extracted from the Old Abe Eagle for 1895. It includes a list of school children from that date. Be well, Charles Barnum

    08/08/2016 06:28:31
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Old Abe Eagle for 1895 extraction
    2. KaBar 1194 via
    3. Hello Friends, Our webmaster has just added another valuable exhibit for NM. http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/the-old-abe-eagle-extractions-1895.htm <http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/the-old-abe-eagle-extractions-1895.htm> This page lists all names extracted from the Old Abe Eagle for 1895. It includes a list of school children from that date. Be well, Charles Barnum

    08/08/2016 06:19:17
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Newsletter now active
    2. KaBar 1194 via
    3. Hello Everyone. A news letter was recently created which chronicles the American History and Genealogy Project. It is worth joining. The URL for sign up is http://www.ahgp.org/ahgp_newsletter.html <http://www.ahgp.org/ahgp_newsletter.html> Also, A number of new databases have been added to NM AHGP. Examples: http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/school_records_lincoln_county_1880_1900.html <http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/school_records_lincoln_county_1880_1900.html> http://www.ahgp.org/who-what-where.html <http://www.ahgp.org/who-what-where.html> Charles Barnum American History and Genealogy Project <http://www.ahgp.org/> Native American Genealogy <http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/>

    04/12/2016 12:42:20
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Big job completed
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. The early County histories along with 417 bios from that time period are completed. http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/new_mexico_county_biographies.html =Bios http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/new_mexico_counties_1907.html =History This work is for counties 1907 and earlier only, not later. Than you Volunteers! We are currently dramatically upgrading our Forts Project. All Forts will have a brief history and photos when available. This project may take another month to finish. Have a wonderful day. Charles B.

    01/14/2016 05:03:56
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Newspaper Project now online !!
    2. Cheryl Harris via
    3. As I looked through the lists, I think I find that this is only a listing of newspapers.  There is no way to access them is there? thanks Cheryl ----- Original Message ----- From: "KABAR1194 via" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com> To: "NM ALHN" <nm-alhn@rootsweb.com>, "NM List" <NEW-MEXICO@rootsweb.com>, "NM TTTP" <NEW-MEXICO-TTTP@rootsweb.com>, "Judy White" <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> Sent: Sunday, January 10, 2016 1:54:26 PM Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] Newspaper Project now online !! Hello Researchers, Over the years I've been asked countless times about early NM newspapers. Newspapers are a very valuable resource for general information and for historical and genealogy work. Well, thanks to one serious volunteer, here is a comprehensive compilation of NM Newspapers of old. http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/newspapers_of_new_mexico.html On above web page, arrow to each newspaper to view in depth information. More important and substantial projects will be announced soon for NM AHGP. Charles Barnum   ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/13/2016 08:27:15
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Newspaper Project now online !!
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. CH, Finding surviving newspapers over 100 years old is problematic. The first place to start looking is at the County Clerk's Office, then in the county libraries, then seek out private collections. NM AHGP has several pages of extracts from early newspapers online. Lincoln County News (Carrizozo) has a large collection of 100 year old hard copies. The County Clerk's office has most of those on micro film. (I know a person in Coleman, Texas who has the old Coleman newspaper on a very dusty shelf in his garage. The time I visited him looking for obituaries for my Ancestors dating back 100 years in that town, he had to use extreme care to turn the pages because they would crumble. That is very sad. They belong in a safe place. ) Other sources are at the family history website. Lets hope they copy okay below: Births, deaths & marriages from El Paso newspapers : for Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Indian territory <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/182479>Autho 1. New Mexico newspapers : a comprehensive guide to bibliographical entries and locations <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/22302> Author:Grove, Pearce S., 1930-; Barnett, Becky J.; Hansen, Sandra J. Add 2. The territorial press of New Mexico, 1834-1912 <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/157386>Author:Stratton, Porter A., 1918- United States, New Mexico - Newspapers - Directories ( 1 ) <https://familysearch.org/solr/catalog/results/search?query=%2Bsubject_id%3A334359%20> 1. New Mexico newspapers : a comprehensive guide to bibliographical entries and locations <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/22302> Author: Grove, Pearce S., 1930-; Barnett, Becky J.; Hansen, Sandra J. - 1. New Mexico newspapers : a comprehensive guide to bibliographical entries and locations <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/22302>Author:Grove, Pearce S., 1930-; Barnett, Becky J.; Hansen, Sandra J. Add - United States, New Mexico - Newspapers - History ( 1 ) <https://familysearch.org/solr/catalog/results/search?query=%2Bsubject_id%3A460536%20> 1. The territorial press of New Mexico, 1834-1912 <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/157386>Author:Stratton, Porter A., 1918- 2. United States, New Mexico - Newspapers - Indexes ( 1 ) <https://familysearch.org/solr/catalog/results/search?query=%2Bsubject_id%3A1048255%20> 1. Pre-1895 newspapers, index of various newspaper microfilm holdings at the Albuquerque Special Collections Library, Albuquerque, New Mexico : an index of the following newspapers on microfilm: The Acorn, The Albuquerque advance, The Albuquerque weekly review, The Evening review, The Gallup gleaner, The New Mexico press, The Rio Abajo weekly press <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1235904>Author:Henry, Howard W. 1. Gallup Independent Newspaper, Gallup, New Mexico : clippings of births, marriages and obituaries, 1979- <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/473381>Author:Spiros, Joyce V. Hawley; Gallup Independent Newspaper (New Mexico) Add 2. Native American obituaries : a project of the Farmington, NM Family History Center <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1019520>Author:Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Farmington, New Mexico Family History Center Add 3. New Mexico obituaries, 1994-2013 <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2425919>Author:NewsBank inc. (Naples, Florida); NewsBank inc. (Naples, Florida) Add 4. Western states Deseret News deaths (card file) 1970 <https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2042178>Author:Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah) I suppose my best answer is: Seek and ye shall find. Charles B. Beard, Jane A.; El Paso Genealogical Society (Texas) On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 7:27 AM, Cheryl Harris <rich1223@comcast.net> wrote: > As I looked through the lists, I think I find that this is only a listing > of newspapers. There is no way to access them is there? > thanks > Cheryl > > ------------------------------ > *From: *"KABAR1194 via" <new-mexico@rootsweb.com> > *To: *"NM ALHN" <nm-alhn@rootsweb.com>, "NM List" <NEW-MEXICO@rootsweb.com>, > "NM TTTP" <NEW-MEXICO-TTTP@rootsweb.com>, "Judy White" < > jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> > *Sent: *Sunday, January 10, 2016 1:54:26 PM > *Subject: *[NEW-MEXICO] Newspaper Project now online !! > > Hello Researchers, > Over the years I've been asked countless times about early NM newspapers. > Newspapers are a very valuable resource for general information and for > historical and genealogy work. > > Well, thanks to one serious volunteer, here is a comprehensive compilation > of NM Newspapers of old. > > http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/newspapers_of_new_mexico.html > > On above web page, arrow to each newspaper to view in depth information. > > More important and substantial projects will be announced soon for NM AHGP. > > Charles Barnum > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >

    01/13/2016 01:43:40
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898
    2. Frank Brito via
    3. Jose Brito of Troop I is missing from this list. He is included in the succeeding list. Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898 |   | |   | |   |   |   |   |   | | Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898 | | | | View on nmahgp.genealogyvill... | Preview by Yahoo | | | |   | From: KABAR1194 via <new-mexico@rootsweb.com> To: NM List <NEW-MEXICO@rootsweb.com> Cc: Judy White <jjwalliswhite@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 2016 1:33 PM Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898 Several new research tools are online for early NM-related wars. Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898 http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/regiments_spanish_american_war_1898.html New Mexico in the Spanish American War, 1898 http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/new_mexico_in_the_spanish_american_war_1898.html Second Call for New Mexico Volunteers http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/second_call_for_new_mexico_volunteers.html NM AHGP is seeking folks who will check the links and secondary links for errors emanating from this page: http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/military_newmexico.htm Have  a great great day, my friends. Charles B. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/12/2016 03:11:33
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. Several new research tools are online for early NM-related wars. Spanish American War, New Mexico 1898 http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/regiments_spanish_american_war_1898.html New Mexico in the Spanish American War, 1898 http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/new_mexico_in_the_spanish_american_war_1898.html Second Call for New Mexico Volunteers http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/second_call_for_new_mexico_volunteers.html NM AHGP is seeking folks who will check the links and secondary links for errors emanating from this page: http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/Military/military_newmexico.htm Have a great great day, my friends. Charles B.

    01/12/2016 06:33:44
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Newspaper Project now online !!
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. Hello Researchers, Over the years I've been asked countless times about early NM newspapers. Newspapers are a very valuable resource for general information and for historical and genealogy work. Well, thanks to one serious volunteer, here is a comprehensive compilation of NM Newspapers of old. http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/newspapers_of_new_mexico.html On above web page, arrow to each newspaper to view in depth information. More important and substantial projects will be announced soon for NM AHGP. Charles Barnum

    01/10/2016 05:54:26
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Mammoth addition to NM AHGP
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. Here is a preview of more names, land grants and valuable facts about early New Mexico. Claimants, Name of Grant Location Area Claimed Area confirmed and approved acres... http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/new_mexico_land_grant_names.html History of New Mexico Land Grants... http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/history_of_new_mexico_land_grants.html The subject of the titles of land located upon private grants, or alleged grants, in New Mexico, for many years had proved ... http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/new_mexico_land_grants.html Please inform your friends about these ever expanding resources at NM AHGP. The email lists are not subscribed to by all researchers. Check back for more progress. Charles B.

    01/08/2016 02:01:26
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Valuable genealogy and history project underway
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. A Huge project is underway for NM researchers and Historians. To be completed in 2016 is a project regarding 1907 era bibliographies and county histories. First visit this link http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/new_mexico_counties_1907.html for county histories. Then visit this link for bibliographies: http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/new_mexico_county_biographies.html This is a huge project requiring many hundreds of volunteer hours. See if your ancestor is listed. Check back later as the project progresses. My hear-felt thanks to the volunteers of AHGP. Please tell your friends. Charles B.

    01/06/2016 02:52:29
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Web news for NM.
    2. KABAR1194 via
    3. Hello Everyone, Here is a new page for Lincoln Co. NM to start 2016 !! http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/lincolncountyhistories.html If you know of other historical photos or collections for Lincoln Co. please let me know. Also, a new page coming soon will be" Land Grants in New Mexico". Nearby Colorado-AHGP has two great new exhibits here: http://coahgp.genealogyvillage.com/gar/index.html Colorado & Wyoming Grand Army of the Republic Posts http://coahgp.genealogyvillage.com/rm-directory/index.html Rocky Mountain Directory & Colorado Gazetteer NM-AHGP continues to be the most comprehensive independent website. Thank you for visiting the web pages. Charles Barnum

    01/03/2016 03:37:27
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Medal of Honor Ceremony
    2. Charles Barnum via
    3. Good Morning: I'm forwarding this note to NM Genealogists. This event does not happen often. Charles Barnum http://www.ahgp.org/index.html May 9, 2015 at 12.00 noon The White Oaks “Cedarvale” Cemetery Association Ceremony Honoring CHARLES H. McVEAGH, PRIVATE COMPANY B, 8TH CAVALRY MEDAL of HONOR RECIPIENT INDIAN WARS, BLACK MOUNTAIN, ARIZONA, 24 JULY1869 U. S. Marine Corp Honor Guard in Attendance with Reception to follow at The White Oaks’ School KAREN MILLS HISTORICAL RECORDS CLERK LINCOLN COUNTY CLERK OFFICE

    04/23/2015 02:03:12
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Annuals Zozo NM
    2. Charles Barnum
    3. Hello Everyone, I recently added an annual to the web site for Lincoln Co. Carrizozo HS dated 1956. http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/19561.html This is page one (above link) . The original page had been drawn on by a young person, I assume. I managed to remove the lines from all but the faces. I stopped work on the faces as I made the photos much worse. If anyone is gifted in the area of editing images and would like to edit that image, please let me know. Also, page http://nmahgp.genealogyvillage.com/lincoln/19562continued.html has been stubborn inasmuch as I have been unable to get the image to display. I will eventually determine the correct code procedure, hopefully tomorrow. My stated project for the Carrizozo Annuals- school year books, will be completed if I can obtain, borrow, buy or rent the following annuals for Carrizozo in the years: 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954 and 1957. That is just four annuals~! I know they are hiding in a closet somewhere; Maybe they are in your Mother's or Grandmother's closet or storage room. I hope these vintage annuals give you as much enjoyment as they have given to me. Charles Barnum

    07/01/2014 10:29:53
    1. [NEW-MEXICO] Terrible Holiday Trip!!! (Bad News) : Jack Trauth
    2. Jack Trauth
    3. - This mail is in HTML. Some elements may be ommited in plain text. - Good Day, Sorry for any inconvenience, but I'm in a terrible situation. I came down here to Manila Philippines for a program, last night on my way back to my hotel room I was robbed at gunpoint, my wallet and other valuables were stolen off me, leaving my passport and life safe. My luggage is still in custody of the hotel management pending when I make payment on outstanding bills I owe. I contacted my bank (E-mail) for a wire transfer but it has proven almost Impossible to operate my account from here as they made me understand international transactions take 7 working days to be effective which i can't wait. I need you to help me with a loan to pay my hotel bills and get my self home. I will reimburse you soon as I get back Home. I will appreciate whatever you can assist me with. Let me know if you can be of help. All hopes on you. Regards Jack --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com

    06/06/2014 11:48:08
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] Terrible Holiday Trip!!! (Bad News) : Jack Trauth
    2. ebayna
    3. Yea and I got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you. Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S® III mini, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone -------- Original message -------- From: Jack Trauth <jftrauth@aol.com> Date:06/06/2014 9:48 AM (GMT-08:00) To: new-mexico@rootsweb.com Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] Terrible Holiday Trip!!! (Bad News) : Jack Trauth - This mail is in HTML. Some elements may be ommited in plain text. - Good Day, Sorry for any inconvenience, but I'm in a terrible situation. I came down here to Manila Philippines for a program, last night on my way back to my hotel room I was robbed at gunpoint, my wallet and other valuables were stolen off me, leaving my passport and life safe. My luggage is still in custody of the hotel management pending when I make payment on outstanding bills I owe. I contacted my bank (E-mail) for a wire transfer but it has proven almost Impossible to operate my account from here as they made me understand international transactions take 7 working days to be effective which i can't wait. I need you to help me with a loan to pay my hotel bills and get my self home. I will reimburse you soon as I get back Home. I will appreciate whatever you can assist me with. Let me know if you can be of help. All hopes on you. Regards Jack --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/06/2014 06:19:37
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] New Forums and information
    2. Cheryl Harris
    3. Nice job Charles - I have some names for many of your forts.  Will they link up with our website? Have a blessed day! ----- Original Message ----- From: "Charles Barnum" <censussearcher@gmail.com> To: "NM List" <NEW-MEXICO@rootsweb.com>, "NM ALHN" <nm-alhn@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 5:46:53 PM Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] New Forums and information Hello New Mexico researchers, You may wish to know that a new genealogy web service is online: It's called GoAncestry. GoAncestry is working with AHGP to create forums for most counties and states. Check out NM here: http://www.goancestry.com/forums/index.php?/forum/212-new-mexico/ Its new and free. B the first to use its features. AHGP is moving full speed ahead in all states with new websites and volunteers. Most of the old dormant sites are being removed and replaced. Visit  the new AHGP  here: http://www.ahgp.org/ Charles Barnum   ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/26/2014 07:57:34
    1. Re: [NEW-MEXICO] New Forums and information
    2. Charles Barnum
    3. Cheryl, Send me the info. to my email address. I'll try to add the data. Charles On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 6:57 AM, Cheryl Harris <rich1223@comcast.net> wrote: > Nice job Charles - I have some names for many of your forts. Will they > link up with our website? > > > Have a blessed day! > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Charles Barnum" <censussearcher@gmail.com> > To: "NM List" <NEW-MEXICO@rootsweb.com>, "NM ALHN" <nm-alhn@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 5:46:53 PM > Subject: [NEW-MEXICO] New Forums and information > > Hello New Mexico researchers, > > You may wish to know that a new genealogy web service is online: > It's called GoAncestry. GoAncestry is working with AHGP to create forums > for most counties and states. Check out NM here: > http://www.goancestry.com/forums/index.php?/forum/212-new-mexico/ > > Its new and free. B the first to use its features. > > AHGP is moving full speed ahead in all states with new websites and > volunteers. Most of the old dormant sites are being removed and replaced. > Visit the new AHGP here: > http://www.ahgp.org/ > > Charles Barnum > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NEW-MEXICO-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 > NEW-MEXICO-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/26/2014 01:31:29