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    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] Admin Post Please Read
    2. Dee
    3. Hi everyone! As you may have noticed, Rootsweb mail lists are back on-line! Yay! If you need help navigating the new system: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp <http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp> I hope everyone will begin utilizing this list and the many others available at Rootsweb. If you have any questions about this list please fee free to send me a message! Have a great day! Dee Admin http://www.genlady.com <http://www.genlady.com/>

    04/09/2018 12:53:25
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] List Admin Post - please read
    2. Dee Pavey
    3. Hi everyone! My name is Dee and I'm the admin for this list. Please take a minute to review our list guidelines (what few we have) at http://www.genlady.com/2000/07/30/mail-list-guidelines If you ever have any questions about the list, please feel free to contact me privately. Have a wonderful day! Happy Hunting! Dee GenLady http://www.genlady.com Kentuckiana Genealogy http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org

    07/30/2012 07:26:49
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] New: 1860 Tennessee; 1856 Richmond, VA; Civil War/WW1 Rolls of Honor
    2. Don Krieger
    3. Dear List, We have added the following books to our directory page: http://directory.evendon.com 1860 Tennessee Directory 1856 Richmond, VA Directory 1879 San Francisco, CA Elite Directory We have added the following books to our military page: http://military.evendon.com History and Registry of Deaths at Andersonville Prison Camp Registry from WW1 of US Naval Deaths Registry from WW1 of deaths of members of the Society of the Revolutionary War. We hope you find the material on our site useful and return often. Have a wonderful holiday and many many years to come. Don akadonnew _@_ verizon.net Eve and Don Krieger Pittsburgh, PA Frontpage: http://www.evendon.com Includes links to all Pages Military Page: http://military.evendon.com Histories and Musters Directory Page: http://directory.evendon.com Directories organized by state and country Census Page: http://census.evendon.com 1790 Federal Census, 1840 Pensioners, others Yearbook Page: http://yearbooks.evendon.com Yearbooks and Alumni Books "SmallBooks": http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/SmallBooksM.htm Churches, Clubs, etc. Everything on our site is free and permanent. Loading is very fast. Each page includes a highlighted link which you can copy/paste to reference or cite that page online. Please support EveNDon.com by letting others know about it.

    01/02/2009 09:35:35
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] New: 1883 Pension Lists
    2. Don Krieger
    3. Dear List, We have obtained 3 volumes of the 5 volume set of Federal Pensions for 1883. This is quite a large set covering most states absent the Northeast. We have added them to our Census page where they join Federal pension lists from 1813, 1820, and 1840. We have added new "selections" to the "SEARCH SELECTOR" to allow limiting your search to the 1790 Heads of Families Federal Census, the Pensioner lists, or to our "State and County" Census lists, which we hope to expand. As always, if you load a book by clicking on its link, either on its home page or in the "Search Results" pane, your search will then be limited to that book. We hope you find the material on our site useful and return often. Have a wonderful holiday and many many years to come. Don akadonnew _@_ verizon.net Eve and Don Krieger Pittsburgh, PA Frontpage: http://www.evendon.com Includes links to all Pages Military Page: http://military.evendon.com Histories and Musters Directory Page: http://directory.evendon.com Directories organized by state and country Census Page: http://census.evendon.com 1790 Federal Census, 1840 Pensioners, others Yearbook Page: http://yearbooks.evendon.com Yearbooks and Alumni Books "SmallBooks": http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/SmallBooksM.htm Churches, Clubs, etc. Everything on our site is free and permanent. Loading is very fast. Each page includes a highlighted link which you can copy/paste to reference or cite that page online. Please support EveNDon.com by letting others know about it.

    12/31/2008 04:26:30
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] 5th Ohio Infantry reenactors?
    2. freedbyluvv
    3.   Greetings list, I am writing to ask if anyone here knows what city the 5th Ohio Infantry Co. H     U.S.C.T.    Regiment is based?    Thanks in advance for any feedback. I cannot locate them. Dee.

    11/24/2008 01:41:35
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] Musters Online
    2. Don Krieger
    3. Dear List, We have placed "Cincinnati's Black Brigade" online on our military page: http://military.evendon.com <http://military.evendon.com/> Here is the direct link to the book: http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/BlackBrigadeCinciM.htm The military page is organized by War and then by state. There are several other books there which enumerate African American units in the Civil War and in other wars. Don Eve and Don Krieger Pittsburgh, PA http://www.evendon.com Everything on our site is free and permanent. Loading is very fast. Each page includes a highlighted copy/paste link which you can use for easy online citation. Please support us by letting others know about our site

    11/09/2008 11:29:07
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] BALLARD, Vance
    2. freedbyluvv
    3. Hello list. I have the records for the Lawrence Co., Ohio Children's Home, and listed here is a boy named Vance Ballard. He was admitted to the Home 19 April 1886. Father was named Charles Henry Vance, mother was Lydia Steed. Vance's entry states "Born 6 June 1875 in Upper Twp., Lawrence Co., Oh. Now resides and has always lived in Ironton, Ohio. Father living in Ironton and was a soldier in the War of 1861, enlisted in 1861 as 1st. Lt. in Co. H 128 US Colored Troops. Mother is dead. Brought by Trustees Upper Twp. Ran away from the Home May 6 and taken to the Reform Farm 15 May 1886. (see Probate Court record.)" I am of no relation, just wanted to post it here because of his father's Civil War service in case it could help someone further their search. April. --------------------------------- Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.

    02/10/2008 07:56:16
    1. [OH-CW-AFRICAAMER] Corporal Levi Harris, Col'd Troops, Ohio
    2. freedbyluvv
    3. Hello, I am searching for anyone else researching Corporal Levi Harris of the 5th Colored Infantry, 127th Ohio Regiment, Civil War. He served in Co. H, and was discharged at the end of the war in New Bern, N. Carolina in 1865. I am looking to connect with a new relative, and share notes, and finally find out where in Va. his parents were from. Have a great day! --April researching Fears, Robinson, Hurd, GA.> OH. Harris, Craddock/Cradick, Moss, Ward, VA.> OH. Williams, KY.> OH. U.S. Air Force. --------------------------------- Sucker-punch spam with award-winning protection. Try the free Yahoo! Mail Beta.

    02/24/2007 07:05:25
    1. Test
    2. Tru Black_AfriAmer_Genealogy
    08/10/2004 02:39:03
    1. SPELLBINDING AND BRUTAL AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MOVIE DOCUMENTARY ”A KILLING IN CHOCTAW” PREMIERS SEPTEMBER 19th AT MONTGOMERY THEATER IN SAN JOSE, CA -- Film Adaptation of Ray's Critically-acclaimed Stage Production
    2. Tru Black1
    3. PRWeb, Tue, 10 Aug 2004 0:09 AM PDT SPELLBINDING AND BRUTAL AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MOVIE DOCUMENTARY A KILLING IN CHOCTAW PREMIERS SEPTEMBER 19th AT MONTGOMERY THEATER IN SAN JOSE, CA -- F http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/8/prwebxml148425.php Carl Ray carried scars from witnessing his fathers brutal 1962 murder in segregated Choctaw County, Alabama; a white man's retaliation for 18-year-old Ray's having responded to the man's questioning by saying "yes" and "no" instead of "yes, sir" and "no, sir," which were the customary responses when addressing white people. In 1984 - more than twenty years after the incident - Ray met a man from whom he learned about the power of forgiveness. [PRWEB Aug 10, 2004] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------- Carl Ray carried scars from witnessing his father’s brutal 1962 murder in segregated Choctaw County, Alabama; a white man's retaliation for 18-year-old Ray's having responded to the man's questioning by saying "yes" and "no" instead of "yes, sir" and "no, sir," which were the customary responses when addressing white people. In 1984 - more than twenty years after the incident - Ray met a man from whom he learned about the power of forgiveness. San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 10, 2004 -- Thousands of viewers have raved about the critically acclaimed autobiographical play by and about comedian, activist and educator Carl Ray. Della Productions now brings a candid and soul stirring documentary adaptation of Ray's spellbinding play "A Killing in Choctaw" directed by award winning filmmaker Chike Nwoffiah, co-founder and artistic director of the celebrated Oriki Theater. While being questioned by a white man in 1962, in the small town of Butler, Choctaw County, Alabama, an 18-year-old Ray responded by saying "yes" and "no" instead of "yes, sir" and "no sir," which were the customary responses when addressing white people. He was severely beaten for being disrespectful. An hour later, the man went to Ray’s home and shot his father eight times as Ray looked helplessly on. “A Killing in Choctaw” will premiere on Sunday, September 19, 2004 at Montgomery Theater, 291 So. Market Street, San Jose, Ca. Tickets for the 4:00 p.m. premiere are $30. Tickets may be purchased online at www.urbanevents.com or by calling 408-668-2578 or 408-259-6516. "A Killing in Choctaw" is an enthralling documentary on Ray's life and how the dreadful incident of 1962 defined his life and held him prisoner in his own skin for over 20 years. Ray's compelling story comes alive under Nwoffiah's masterful direction. Nwoffiah effectively blends narration, reenactment, archival footage, and interviews with actual witnesses of the murder and trial participants. The documentary takes us back to the 1960s and sets the social context that bred many such horrific crimes. We then follow the subsequent trauma, depression, and denial that young Ray suffered and endured for over 20 years until he met a man in 1984 that taught him about the power of forgiveness. Ray attributes the act of forgiving the man who killed his Father as saving his life. He describes it as being the most enjoyable moment of his life and a day of freedom from his self-imposed prison. "A Killing in Choctaw is a haunting awakening to the affects of America's age-long racial injustice," said Nwoffiah. "It is a documentary that celebrates the triumph of light over darkness." About Carl Ray: In 1967, Carl Ray graduated from Tuskegee Institute with a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering. After graduation, he traveled to California to begin a career in the Aerospace Industry. Early in his career, he was sidetracked by a yearning to perform stand-up comedy. Carl Ray started a Youth Opportunity Program in East Palo Alto in 1968; began recruiting youth to attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities in 1970; then undertook sponsoring tours to the colleges. Ray continues to host Spring and Fall tours to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). To date, he has chaperoned more than 2,000 students on HBCU tours. In 1988, Ray, together with his wife, founded Courtland Esteem School - a private school in San Jose, California - where they continue to educate young African American children in grades one through six. Carl Ray has performed "A Killing in Choctaw" live nearly 100 times at theaters, churches, colleges, museums and other venues throughout the United States. To learn more about Ray's fascinating biography, please visit www.carlraye com

    08/10/2004 01:05:54
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] Roll Call
    2. Surname State County Year E-mail (Valid one please)

    02/10/2004 08:51:11
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] FYI
    2. African American Death's and Obit's Submissions http://www.geocities.com/african_american_queries/aado.html African American Surnames and Queries (One Name Study) Surnames and Queries http://www.geocities.com/african_american_queries/queries2003_2004.html To Post http://www.geocities.com/african_american_queries/surname_query_post.html Georgia African America Researchers only Georgia African American Submission form Welcome Georgia researchers Each month Georgia African American will post your Brick Walls on the Georgia African American site. A Short story on your search for your Family. Here is What you do. Fill out the portion at that bottom and Submit. Wait for the announcement of the winner every first of the Month. http://www.geocities.com/african_american_queries/georgiaafam_submissions.html

    02/10/2004 06:59:43
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] Giving a Good Query
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. {Always Give the Surname. County. State. Year Searching} Before You Post - Michael John Neill Submitting genealogical queries has never been easier. Query boards, mailing lists, and online data sites have made publication of genealogical interests virtually instant. Searching is usually easy and does not require manually viewing each page or using an index. It is easier than ever to get international exposure for your problems. And yet we still don't get answers. In the "old days," when one wanted significant national exposure for their genealogical stumbling blocks they had to advertise in one of the large national magazines. Publication of the query was not instant and payment was based upon the number of words. The genealogist would wait at least six months before their query was in print. To minimize cost, the genealogist would carefully craft their query, including enough words to be clear without being needlessly verbose. Just listing the surnames Smith and Jones would not be effective, but needless words upped the cost. The online posting sites are wonderful, but free queries and the ability to instantaneously post should not entirely change the rules. One can't simply slop anything in a query and expect results. Provide Adequate Details On any of the query boards, including those at Ancestry (http://boards.ancestry.com), word count is not an issue. Details should be sufficient enough to allow the reader to determine if the subject is a likely match for her own research. Readers are not likely to completely read rambling textual monologues. Keep it clear and succinct. A few examples follow. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly These samples parallel postings I have seen on a variety of boards. I've used my own family members in all cases so as not to pick on any one poster (and to increase the chance my long lost distant relative learns of my problem!). Not So Good "My name is Jimmy Jo Genealogist and I am so excited about looking for my family history. My ancestor was Ira Sargent and he must be the most difficult man on the planet to find. I swear his alien comrades must have just dropped him off the UFO and returned to their home planet. I can only find him in one census and his first wife just up and disappears, leaving him and the children. Maybe the UFO came back and got her by mistake?! I need help! Please send me what you have." New meaning to the word "vague" here. While we can sympathize with the writer's frustration, some readers will wonder how much research the writer has actually done. A Little Better "I'm looking for Ira Sargent. He lived in Warsaw and his wife Ellen left him in the 1880s. They are both dead." Where is Warsaw and who expects these people living in 1880 to be living now? Otherwise I'd try locating them in the longevity section of the Guinness Book of World Records. Better "Looking for information on William Ira Sargent, born ca. 1846 in Canada. First recorded existence is the 1880 census for Warsaw, Hancock County, Illinois. His wife, Ellen Butler was born ca. 1856 in Missouri and lived with Ira as his wife in 1880. She left a few years later and was never heard from again. Ira lived in Lima, Adams, Illinois and Rocky Run Township, Hancock, Illinois after his wife's 'disappearance.'" He died in Peoria County, Illinois in 1916. Their children were Ida Mae and Ella. The last query has dates and locations. Some dates are approximate, but that is okay. The researcher searching for an Ellen Butler born in 1800 in New Brunswick immediately knows that this query is not for her. What's the Chance? My wife has an ancestor named Philip Smith. How effective will a query like "I'm looking for a Philip Smith who lived in Illinois in 1850" be? If this man is an ancestor or a relative, I must have some fact other than his existence in 1850. Few are likely to respond to this query. I should add the county where he lived, the people I think are his parents, the name of his wife, and the state of birth he lists in the 1850 census. It Will Be Public What you submit to one of the genealogy bulletin boards will be available to all who read it. And it will stay there, so read it BEFORE you submit it. Readers could incorporate the information into their own genealogy database without asking. This may happen regardless of whether or not you want it to and regardless of whether you think it is ethical or not. However, this type of problem is nothing new. Genealogists who were researching in the distant past (for example, the '80s) encountered the same problem using a more archaic media called a book. If you were to publish your genealogy in paper form, you would be taking the exact same kind of risk. Material can be copied from a book without any credit given to the original compiler. The best approach is to use the information as clues, obtain the actual records, and contact the original poster-they might be more than willing to share. The original query poster might have additional information (ulterior motive alert!). If there are details you don't want used by others in this fashion, then don't include them in your query. Even if I could sue for copyright infringement (and that's a big if), the legal fees would probably exhaust money I currently use for other things like house payments and food. My dependent descendants are somehow used to eating and having a place to live-they're funny that way. However do include enough information so that query readers can distinguish your John Smith from the millions of other ones out there. Otherwise why post at all? Keep Track Keep track of the queries that you post. Some sites allow you to create a username and a posting identity in order to tie all queries to the original submitter. Use this feature! Then when your e-mail address changes, it can be changed once. Otherwise you'll need to keep track and post email updates to all your queries. Otherwise how can people reach you? Your Subject Your subject should be brief and specific. Avoid being redundant. If posting to the Smith message board, avoid using a subject line of "Smith family." Every message posted to the Smith board should be about the Smith family. Use a location or a complete name and a birth date in your subject line. You want to catch the attention of potential readers. Michael- Get Off Your High Horse Some of the query criticism might sound a little harsh. But remember some of these query boards have thousands of messages, more than any one person can ever read. And while messages boards can be searched, unspecific queries are still unspecific. Finding them takes time. When the surnames and first names are common (and who doesn't have a few of those), researchers simply don't have time to read incomplete postings. Queries with few details are the ones readers are most likely to click right past without giving a second thought. I want the best chance that researchers who are looking for my query find it. Let's face it, researchers type in names and/or locations into search boxes. That is how searches are conducted. I should put terms like this in my query. This increases the chance that other researchers locate my posting. And don't we all want interested researchers to find our queries? Be Polite All of us started out inexperienced at some point in time. Keep this in mind when reading and replying to postings. Why Be Concerned? In summary, posters to a genealogy bulletin board are hopefully trying to: 1) Maximize the chance that potential relatives see their query 2) Maximize the chance that those who see (and can help) respond It's not as difficult as selling manure to a cattle farmer, but it's not as easy as selling water to a dehydrated man either. Do New Researchers Know All This? No they do not and frankly it's the responsibility of more experienced researchers to gently show them the way. There's no need to post nasty responses to unspecific queries. If you encounter a vague posting on a bulletin board and the names interest you, post a short follow-up of the type "could you provide approximate dates and places so other readers can better determine if they can help you?" If you're tempted to be rude, remember: --- Your posting will remain forever --- The poster may in several years obtain vast quantities of information and may remember your rude response Search the boards and post, but don't spend hours and hours looking. After all, there are actual records you can be researching as well! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------- Michael John Neill, is the Course I Coordinator at the Genealogical Institute of Mid America (GIMA) held annually in Springfield, Illinois, and is also on the faculty of Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg, Illinois. Michael is the Web columnist for the FGS FORUM and is on the editorial board of the Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly. He conducts seminars and lectures on a wide variety of genealogical and computer topics and contributes to several genealogical publications, including Ancestry and Genealogical Computing. You can e-mail him at: mailto:mneill@asc.csc.cc.il.us or visit his Web site at: www.rootdig.com/, but he regrets that he is unable to assist with personal research. Copyright 2002, MyFamily.com.

    04/02/2003 12:44:26
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] 1940 Census Help
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. 1940 Census Help ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---- Federal Census from 1940 - Present According to the National Archives and Records Administration the 1940 and later censuses are not available to the public use due to a statutory 72-year restriction on access for privacy reasons. (92 Stat. 915; Public Law 95-416; October 5, 1978). To make application (named person, family or legal representatives only) for this restricted information, visit the United States Census Bureau "age search" service where they will "search the confidential records from the Federal population censuses of 1940 to 1990 and issue an official transcript of the results (for a congressionally mandated fee)."

    03/20/2003 12:28:51
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] 1850 Census Entries:Randolph Slaves arrived in Miami County
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. 1850 Census Entries: The group of settlers known as the Randolph Slaves arrived in Miami County during the summer of 1846, four years before the 1850 Federal Census was taken. The following list was abstracted from that census of Miami County Ohio by the Computerized Heritage Association. Following is a list of the heads-of-households in Miami County that, according to that census, were either Negro or Mulatto. http://www.tdn-net.com/genealogy/randolphs/1850.htm

    03/20/2003 12:26:27
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] Sites
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. All my sites will be down due to the pending war.

    03/19/2003 08:28:33
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] Off Topic
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. If you have a love one that is Military Send me his name and were stationed and Address. Our Brothers and Sisters need us to back them. If they have a E-mail address send it to: all_alabama@hotmail.com Rose Linn is creating a web page for Our Troops for all to visit.

    03/08/2003 02:33:31
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] New Scam
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. This has come thru a couple of my "help" maillist and thought I should pass it on especially for the new ones to the internet. Below the response I gave to one of the maillist. Maybe it will help some of you to keep aware. Sandy **** Hi Everyone: The old genealogy scam is back. www.genseekers.com Behind the password protection are links to the free genealogy on-line. There is no content of their own. In order to get the "5-day free trial" you have to surrender a credit card or bank account number. You have to cancel within 5 days or you get dinged. Guess what? The cancellation e-mail bounces. Does this surprise you? One person who recently fell for the come-on had his/her account dinged not once, but twice. It is time to remind folks on your state and county mailing lists about these scoundrels. It has been a couple of years since we have mentioned this. Permission is granted to pass this on. ***** If I recall correctly they pop up under different names every so often to continue their "business". If everyone would do one thing before "ordering" from someone they do not know..or know someone that has already done business with and are happy...bookmark the website <A HREF="www.networksolutions.com"> www.networksolutions.com</A> On the right side of the page above the bar that has "home"..you will find "whois" .. click it..For an example of what you should find but don't find under genseekers.com type in one of my business names (be sure domain name is clicked as your search and do not type in www.): genealogyshoppe.com or censusview.org You will find out all about me..my name, address, phone number, my webhost and how to contact them..the date the domain names was first formed (Genealogy Shoppe I used my aol service prior...Census View is when I bought the company), it shows when I last paid for my domain name and when it expires and I have to pay again. NOW go back and type in genseekers.com The only thing it tells you about them...is they have created the domain name and will soon be expiring but if they keep it current the $10 - $15 they have to pay to keep it is nothing compared to what they can scam people (they also use a cheap webhost). No physical address is given and wow take a close look at the phone number..not even a phone number <g> Now if you have complaint with "bad business" you can contact the business you are dealing with webhost and if they find they have bad practices ... they can take down their website. I did just a little more searching to give people an idea of other things they can do. Genseekers.com lists on networksolutions.com as they are based in CA but on their website they show their contact as in IA. If you go to yellowpages.com you will not find a company name listed in Grand Rapids, IA. If you go to whitepages.com you do not find a phone number as existing so it may be a new number, unlisted number or just a number they posted on their contact page that does not exist. Also on whitepages.com if you search by address..it is apparently an apartment complex number rather than a business suite number as it lists numerous person names for the address rather than business names. Nothing against home based businesses as I am one too..nothing against apartment dwellers...but how is any one without a great expense going to find out which person in the apartment complex is responsible for scamming...little easier to pick up and leave if you are renting/leasing an apartment. Hope this helps someone not be scammed. Good luck in your search!

    02/28/2003 07:37:07
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] Fw: Circle Ancestry Chart Postscript Report Generator for LifeLines
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. LETTER FROM THE EDITOR OF THE PROGRAM.; PLEASE READ::::::::: ----- Original Message ----- From: "Conan C.Albrecht" <conan@warp.byu.edu> To: "Sandyj_genealogy" <sandyj_genealogy@yahoo.com> Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2003 9:43 AM Subject: Re: Circle Ancestry Chart Postscript Report Generator for LifeLines > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > I wrote the program at warp.byu.edu. I can assure you that it is not > collecting any information. It's just a fun service that I made public > because I thought it would be useful to people. A web interface is > nice because they don't have to download and install anything. > > I've even made the source code available so people can look for > themselves if I'm collecting information. I have no interest in their > genealogy (I have enough troubles with managing my own. :) > > Best Regards, > > Conan Albrecht > > On Wednesday, February 19, 2003, at 08:47 PM, Sandyj_genealogy wrote: > > > http://sikkema.netfirms.com/family/tree/ps-circle/ > > To Download program. > > Please read before attempting anything. > > When I find these links I pass them on to the lists. > > The question that some of you are asking is understandable. > > Circle Chart Generator > >> http://warp.byu.edu/servlet/ > >> edu.byu.warp.gedcom.chart.CircleChartServlet > > is the program collecting information that you submit. > > That I don't know but that is a good question. > > I feel safer with: > > Circle Ancestry Chart Postscript Report Generator for LifeLines. > > Happy Hunting, > > Sandy > > > > - ------- > Conan C. Albrecht, Ph.D. > Brigham Young University > conan@warp.byu.edu > http://warp.byu.edu/ > PGP Key: http://warp.byu.edu/conanATwarp_byu_edu.gpg > See http://warp.byu.edu/PGPInfo.html > > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v1.2.1 (Darwin) > > iD8DBQE+VOmZ/nGkM0MjAawRAkHAAJ9w5VDaChBAy+3ooyVVzgmUGEDZ0QCdGcFd > 5RE3hK93f8BSny8FE2csQk8= > =tmFL > -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

    02/20/2003 02:52:28
    1. [[OH-CW-AfricaAmer] Ohio Civil War Colored Troops] Circle Ancestry Chart Postscript Report Generator for LifeLines
    2. Sandyj_genealogy
    3. http://sikkema.netfirms.com/family/tree/ps-circle/ To Download program. Please read before attempting anything. When I find these links I pass them on to the lists. The question that some of you are asking is understandable. Circle Chart Generator > http://warp.byu.edu/servlet/edu.byu.warp.gedcom.chart.CircleChartServlet is the program collecting information that you submit. That I don't know but that is a good question. I feel safer with: Circle Ancestry Chart Postscript Report Generator for LifeLines. Happy Hunting, Sandy

    02/19/2003 03:47:46