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    1. [OKCCGS] Mailing list is up for adoption...
    2. BigMomma ArkansasFamilies
    3.  Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that if any of you are interested, the following Rootsweb mailing lists are now officially up for adoption. As I really don't have the time that needs to be put into them, I am hoping a more devoted list mom or dad, will step forward. :) This is a "first come, first served" adoption, and if you request to adopt, and don't hear back from me immediately, please be patient.                                                                      Take care,                                                                         Diana                                                                       List mom AL-FREEDMEN AL-ORPHANS ALDALLAS AMERICAN-INDIAN-MISSIONS ANCHORS ANDERSONVILLE ANKER BOONE-DANIEL-KY CASHATT CONNACHER DAMATO DanvilleCrossing DanvilleQueries DAVIS-VA DOLLAR ETN-OZ FL-AfricaAmer FL-FREEDMEN FL-PAHOKEE FLCOLLIE FLHARDEE FLHERNAN FLMARTIN FLOSCEOL FLPALMBE FLUNION FRYER GA-ELBERT-CO GAWALTON HONEYMAN IA-FREEDMEN IABUTLER IACLARKE IACLAY IAFRANKL IAMONROE IATAYLOR IN-FREEDMEN IN-LAWRENCE-MTZionCemetery INBLACKF Justice-Marshall KS-FREEDMEN KSJEWELL KY-ADOPTIONS KY-AUBHISTSOC KY-FEUDS KY-FOLKLORE-GHOST-STORIES KY-FREEDMEN KY-INTERTRIBAL KY-LITTLE-SANDY KY-REGULATORS KY-SLAVES KY-STURGEON KYADAIR KYCARTER KYEDMONS KYLARUE KYLINCOL KYMORGAN-HISTORY LA-FREEDMEN LAACADIA LAASSUMP LAWEBSTE LONGLEY MARTINDALE MO-FREEDMEN MOWORTH MS-FREEDMEN MSAFRICANAMER MSCLAY MSKEMPER MSMONTGO MSRANKIN MSWINSTON NC-FREEDMEN NCCOLUMB NCSCOTS NJ-AFAM NJ-FREEDMEN NJ-ORPHANS NYFULTON OBERLIN OBERMAN OBRE OH-FREEDMEN OH-SLAVES OKCCGS ORDER-OF-ELKS ORDER-OF-THE-EASTERN-STAR PA-BUCKS-CEMETERIES PA-DEL-CEMETERIES PA-DEL-CHESTER PA-FOLKLORE PA-FREEDMEN PA-MEMORIES PA-MONTGOMERY-CEMETERIES PA-OLD-RAYSTOWN PA-PHILA-CEMETERIES PA-RIDLEY PA-ROLLCALL PA-SUSQUEHANNA PA-SW-OBITS PADATA PAMCKEESPORT ROBENHORST ROBIE ROBSON SC-DUTCHFORK SC-FREEDMEN SC-VETERANS SOOTER SOUTHERN-CHAT SOUTHERN-PLANTATIONS Southern-Trails SPARKES STAGGS STURGILL-EAST-KY TN-BLOUNT-OBITUARIES TN-FREEDMEN TUTT TX-BAPTIST TX-CATHOLIC TX-COTTON TX-EARLY-LEADERS TX-FREEDMEN TX-HISTORY TX-LUTHERAN TX-MEMORIES TX-MERCERCOL TX-METHODIST TX-OILGEN TX-REVOLUTION TX-SHARECROP TX-VETERANS TX-WOOD-CEM TX-WOODMEN TXBOSQUE TXCALDWE TXCALLAH TXCHAMBE TXCOCHRA TXCRANE TXCULBER TXDUVAL TXHARTLE TXHEMPHI TXHUNT-ARCHI VES TXHUNT -OBITS TXKENDAL TXKENEDY TXKENT TXKIMBLE TXMOORE VA-AfricanAmer VA-CHURCH-HILL VA-FREEDMEN VA-ROLLCALL VAAMELIA VACHARLE VACNORFO VADINWID VAGREENE VAISLEOF VALDRES VANANSEM VANOTTOW VANVOORHEES VAPOWHAT VAPRINCEG; WV-FREEDMEN WV-MetroValley WVPRESTO WVSUMMER

    01/19/2012 12:48:34
    1. [OKCCGS] Fwd: SPECIAL EDITION: Free Access
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    12/09/2000 05:18:25
    1. [OKCCGS] FYI
    2. --part1_a2.bf0d4cf.27401c0d_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit In a message dated 10/16/00 10:01:08 PM Central Standard Time, ARLINCOL-D-request@rootsweb.com writes: << If you are interested in buying Census CD's, Census View is having a sale. Most are $14.95 with $3.00 for shipping. The URL for this is: http://www.galstar.com/~censusvu/fallspec.htm I am not connected with them but I have found that having these are handier than spending hours at the library. >> --part1_a2.bf0d4cf.27401c0d_boundary Content-Type: message/rfc822 Content-Disposition: inline Return-Path: <ARLINCOL-D-request@rootsweb.com> Received: from rly-xa04.mx.aol.com (rly-xa04.mail.aol.com [172.20.105.73]) by air-xa03.mail.aol.com (v76_r1.8) with ESMTP; Tue, 17 Oct 2000 00:01:08 -0400 Received: from lists6.rootsweb.com (lists6.rootsweb.com [63.92.80.125]) by rly-xa04.mx.aol.com (v76_r1.19) with ESMTP; Tue, 17 Oct 2000 00:00:42 -0400 Received: (from slist@localhost) by lists6.rootsweb.com (8.10.1/8.10.1) id e9H402H16810; Mon, 16 Oct 2000 21:00:02 -0700 Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 21:00:02 -0700 Message-Id: <200010170400.e9H402H16810@lists6.rootsweb.com> From: ARLINCOL-D-request@rootsweb.com Subject: ARLINCOL-D Digest V00 #121 X-Loop: ARLINCOL-D@rootsweb.com X-Mailing-List: <ARLINCOL-D@rootsweb.com> archive/volume00/121 Precedence: list MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/digest; boundary="----------------------------" To: ARLINCOL-D@rootsweb.com Reply-To: ARLINCOL-L@rootsweb.com X-Mailer: Unknown - ---------------------------- Content-Type: text/plain To: undisclosed-recipients:; ARLINCOL-D Digest Volume 00 : Issue 121 Today's Topics: #1 [ARLINCOL] CD Sale [WendyGayle@aol.com] #2 [ARLINCOL] Fwd: Lincoln_Co_Site [WendyGayle@aol.com] #3 [ARLINCOL] Census Guidelines, plea [WendyGayle@aol.com] Administrivia: To unsubscribe from ARLINCOL-D, send a message to ARLINCOL-D-request@rootsweb.com that contains in the body of the message the command unsubscribe and no other text. No subject line is necessary, but if your software requires one, just use unsubscribe in the subject, too. ______________________________ - ----------------------------

    11/12/2000 04:15:09
    1. [OKCCGS] Good Site for War of 1812 lookups
    2. Try http://www.sierrahome.com/familytree/records to search for your ancestors that may have been in the War of 1812. Diann

    10/30/2000 10:12:18
    1. Re: [OKCCGS] Why we didn't...
    2. The Tulsa meeting is 3rd Monday of each month, and meets at the Martin East Library at 7pm. Carpooling might be a thought. www.rootsweb.com/~oktgs -- http://www.shady-wood.com/ http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~shadywoo/index.htm > Diann, > Unfortunately, right now I am working 12 and 14 hour days. Doesn't leave > much room. I hope that's going to end shortly, but I thought that a couple > of months ago too. :-( I just got home from work a few minutes ago. Going > to a Tulsa meeting sounds good, but I doubt I can get there right now. > Kathy > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: <DMcda6708@aol.com> > To: <OKCCGS-L@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 9:30 PM > Subject: [OKCCGS] Why we didn't... > > > > We didn't have the meeting last Thursday night (Yes, it was the THIRD > > Thursday of the month) is because we didn't have any thing set up for us > to > > do. The LDS Church was too busy at this time for us to go out there. > > BUT....none of you asked about the meeting. > > > > We are only in our fourth month of reorganizing the Society, and deciding > > what we want to do is what we need to discuss. > > > > How about us going to a Tulsa Gen. Society meeting in November and see > what > > they do? LET ME KNOW!!!!! > > > > > > ============================== > Ancestry.com Genealogical Databases > http://www.ancestry.com/search > Search over 2500 databases with one easy query! >

    10/25/2000 06:55:27
    1. Re: [OKCCGS] Why we didn't...
    2. Lisa L. Wheeler
    3. Hi all... Sorry I couldn't make it to the September meeting...had a friend pass away the day before the meeting. I, for one, am all for going to a Tulsa meeting to see what they do. I have had no experience with a genealogy society, so I'd love to see how theirs is organized and such. Also, I have seen on the internet that other societies sometimes compile information from the county (for example, cemetery surveys) and make a book out of the info to sell through their website. It might be something we could do. Just a thought... ~Lisa ----- Original Message ----- From: <DMcda6708@aol.com> To: <OKCCGS-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 7:30 PM Subject: [OKCCGS] Why we didn't... > We didn't have the meeting last Thursday night (Yes, it was the THIRD > Thursday of the month) is because we didn't have any thing set up for us to > do. The LDS Church was too busy at this time for us to go out there. > BUT....none of you asked about the meeting. > > We are only in our fourth month of reorganizing the Society, and deciding > what we want to do is what we need to discuss. > > How about us going to a Tulsa Gen. Society meeting in November and see what > they do? LET ME KNOW!!!!! > > Oh yes, if you only have one phone line and don't have voice mail on your > phone service, try this: > > <A HREF="http://www.callwave.com/">CallWave -- Free Internet Call Waiting</A> > <click here > http://www.callwave.com > > Diann > > > ============================== > Search over 600 million names at Ancestry.com! > http://www.ancestry.com/search > >

    10/25/2000 12:22:58
    1. Re: [OKCCGS] Why we didn't...
    2. Kathy Williams
    3. Diann, Unfortunately, right now I am working 12 and 14 hour days. Doesn't leave much room. I hope that's going to end shortly, but I thought that a couple of months ago too. :-( I just got home from work a few minutes ago. Going to a Tulsa meeting sounds good, but I doubt I can get there right now. Kathy ----- Original Message ----- From: <DMcda6708@aol.com> To: <OKCCGS-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 9:30 PM Subject: [OKCCGS] Why we didn't... > We didn't have the meeting last Thursday night (Yes, it was the THIRD > Thursday of the month) is because we didn't have any thing set up for us to > do. The LDS Church was too busy at this time for us to go out there. > BUT....none of you asked about the meeting. > > We are only in our fourth month of reorganizing the Society, and deciding > what we want to do is what we need to discuss. > > How about us going to a Tulsa Gen. Society meeting in November and see what > they do? LET ME KNOW!!!!! >

    10/24/2000 09:18:22
    1. [OKCCGS] Why we didn't...
    2. We didn't have the meeting last Thursday night (Yes, it was the THIRD Thursday of the month) is because we didn't have any thing set up for us to do. The LDS Church was too busy at this time for us to go out there. BUT....none of you asked about the meeting. We are only in our fourth month of reorganizing the Society, and deciding what we want to do is what we need to discuss. How about us going to a Tulsa Gen. Society meeting in November and see what they do? LET ME KNOW!!!!! Oh yes, if you only have one phone line and don't have voice mail on your phone service, try this: <A HREF="http://www.callwave.com/">CallWave -- Free Internet Call Waiting</A> <click here http://www.callwave.com Diann

    10/24/2000 04:30:03
    1. [ARLINCOL] Census Guidelines, please read
    2. (Subscription information at the end of this e-mail) Guidelines for posting to the lists: Established 11 October 2000 EMAIL SUBJECT LINES: COUNTY,YEAR,SURNAME NO FLAMING or you will be unsubbed without notice. By this I mean not only being rude or mean to each other but there will be NO and I do mean NO debating here about the Census Projects. This list is for everyone who wants to research. NO General requests such as "all Smiths in all counties" Be specific, Name the County, Family you are looking for and also the year. Try to supply as much info as possible. LIMIT your requests to ONE PER CENSUS YEAR and SURNAME My Mama taught me that Thank you and Please are always nice too :)  A few people have emailed me asking how to sign up for the new lists and what to do. - ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. All lists are XX-CENSUS-LOOKUP-L-request@rootsweb.com XX-CENSUS-LOOKUP-D-request@rootsweb.com  The XX is to be removed and the two letter abbreviation for the state you are looking in added in its place. Examples: MI-CENSUS-LOOKUP-L-request@rootsweb.com CA-CENSUS-LOOKUP-L-request@rootsweb.com IL-CENSUS-LOOKUP-L-request@rootsweb.com  2. So, send an email to the one of your choice (make sure to have the state). Put NOTHING in the subject line. In the body of the email write only: subscribe Then send it on :) 3. POSTING to the new census lists: A. Send it to XX-CENSUS-LOOKUP-L@rootsweb.com (supply the two letter state code for the XX again) B: Subject line MUST have the following: County/Year/Surname Example: Saginaw/1850/Smith  C: In the body of the email: List whom you are looking for. Supply as much information as you can. Birthplace, ages, occupation, etc. D: Mail it on! That's it folks :) I hope that helped. I have put the list of states and two letter codes below for you.  AL Alabama AK Alaska AZ Arizona AR Arkansas CA California CO Colorado CT Connecticut DC District Of Columbia DE Delaware FL Florida GA Georgia HI Hawaii ID Idaho IL Illinois IN Indiana IA Iowa KS Kansas KY Kentucky LA Louisiana ME Maine MD Maryland MA Massachusetts MI Michigan MN Minnesota MS Mississippi MO Missouri MT Montana NE Nebraska NV Nevada NH New Hampshire NJ New Jersey NM New Mexico NY New York NC North Carolina ND North Dakota OH Ohio OK Oklahoma OR Oregon PA Pennsylvania RI Rhode Island SC South Carolina SD South Dakota TN Tennessee TX Texas UT Utah VT Vermont VA Virginia WA Washington (state) WV West Virginia WI Wisconsin WY Wyoming - ------------------------------ --part1_a2.bf0d4cf.27401c0d_boundary--

    10/16/2000 02:39:56
    1. [ARLINCOL] Fwd: Lincoln_Co_Site
    2. --part1_b4.c0cbc48.271c9652_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit In a message dated 10/15/2000 11:54:19 PM Central Daylight Time, HelynG writes: PLEASE REPLY DIRECTLY TO HelynG@aol.com << From: HelynG To: WendyGayle I love your site and wanted to thank you for the wonderful information I have found here. I have only recently begun my research in Lincoln County and appreciate any help you can give me. I have family info that my ancester, George Washington Flynn, from Lincoln County, died in the Confederate Veterans Home at Sweet Home, Arkansas. Do you have any idea how I may contact this Home or where any records of this type may be found? Thanks so much for any help you can give me. Helyn Guerry Houston, TX >>  --part1_b4.c0cbc48.271c9652_boundary Content-Type: message/rfc822 Content-Disposition: inline Return-path: <HelynG@aol.com> From: HelynG@aol.com Full-name: HelynG Message-ID: <49.219442c.271be3fb@aol.com> Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 00:54:19 EDT Subject: RE:Lincoln_Co_Site To: WendyGayle@aol.com MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit X-Mailer: Windows AOL sub 109 I love your site and wanted to thank you for the wonderful information I have found here. I have only recently begun my research in Lincoln County and appreciate any help you can give me. I have family info that my ancester, George Washington Flynn, from Lincoln County, died in the Confederate Veterans Home at Sweet Home, Arkansas. Do you have any idea how I may contact this Home or where any records of this type may be found? Thanks so much for any help you can give me. Helyn Guerry Houston, TX --part1_b4.c0cbc48.271c9652_boundary-- ______________________________ - ----------------------------

    10/16/2000 07:35:14
    1. [ARLINCOL] CD Sale
    2. If you are interested in buying Census CD's, Census View is having a sale. Most are $14.95 with $3.00 for shipping. The URL for this is: http://www.galstar.com/~censusvu/fallspec.htm I am not connected with them but I have found that having these are handier than spending hours at the library. ______________________________ - ----------------------------

    10/16/2000 05:16:54
    1. [OKCCGS] THIRD THURSDAY
    2. Thursday is our meeting!!! Bristow.....Pizza Hut (you don't have to eat)......6:45 p.m. Diann

    09/19/2000 04:28:04
    1. [OKCCGS] Last night's meeting
    2. For those that were not at the meeting last night, it was decided that we would NOT have the workshop on October 7th. It will be next year before we can do it. We really need to concentrate on getting the Society organized. Any suggestions as to what we should consider? Diann

    09/01/2000 11:55:35
    1. [OKCCGS] As promised...
    2. Here is the site that tells how to make a microfilm reader. http://www.us-census.org/resources/homemade.htm or <A HREF="http://www.us-census.org/resources/homemade.htm">Microfilm Reader</A > <click here Diann

    09/01/2000 11:52:42
    1. [OKCCGS] Workshop Meeting Tonight
    2. Lisa L. Wheeler
    3. Hi all! Just a reminder about tonight's workshop meeting. This is just to work out details on the workshop. Everyone is welcome to attend. It is going to be at the Pizza Hut in Bristow at 6:30pm tonight. If the back room isn't available, we'll put tables together in the front like at Simple Simon's. See you there! ~Lisa

    08/31/2000 06:34:05
    1. [OKCCGS] Workshop Site?
    2. Lisa L. Wheeler
    3. Hi all, I only heard from 3 people regarding their preference for the workshop site. Are we going to decide for certain at the meeting this Thursday, or are we going to decide by email before hand? Email me back, preferably before Thursday, so we can have somewhere set in stone before the planning meeting. Thanks! ~Lisa

    08/29/2000 01:40:48
    1. [OKCCGS] Fwd: Workshop
    2. --part1_de.9278699.26d7ec7d_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit In a message dated 8/25/00 10:07:56 AM Central Daylight Time, Okie Cuzin writes: << Lisa this is what Fredrea sent me some time ago: 1st session: Forms/Organization or Techniques of interview and Oral History (individual choice of which attend) Break 2nd Session: Expanding Horizons (group session) deals with the early colonization and westward movement in America. Lunch 3rd session: Slowing the March of Time - Preserving and protecting Items of Historical Significance (group session) Break 4th session: (Only touch on the following in this wrap-up session) Writing Family History - What to do if the Courthouse Burned - Native American Research - Q & A Some other suggestions she had for a successful event include giving door prizes, goodie bags, and a program with some info about the sessions, speakers, thank yous, a plea for book donations, paid advertisements, etc. Also you need to consider providing nametags and heavy PR, On you flyers and preregistrations, I would suggest list the blurb, followed be a cut and mail form to include Standard stuff like name address phone and email, Lines for the Pre-Registration Fee, Lunch, OPTIONAL Session Text(s) etc. In this way the attendee can decide on lunch an I they want to purchase the specially priced texts. This was just some ideas Fredrea sent me. If you have questions you could email her gregath@galstar.com or call me 367-2125 Barbara >> --part1_de.9278699.26d7ec7d_boundary Content-Type: message/rfc822 Content-Disposition: inline Return-path: <OkieCuzin@aol.com> From: OkieCuzin@aol.com Full-name: Okie Cuzin Message-ID: <3c.277811.26d7e5cc@aol.com> Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2000 11:07:56 EDT Subject: Workshop To: DMcda6708@aol.com MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit X-Mailer: AOL 5.0 for Windows sub 114 Lisa this is what Fredrea sent me some time ago: 1st session: Forms/Organization or Techniques of interview and Oral History (individual choice of which attend) Break 2nd Session: Expanding Horizons (group session) deals with the early colonization and westward movement in America. Lunch 3rd session: Slowing the March of Time - Preserving and protecting Items of Historical Significance (group session) Break 4th session: (Only touch on the following in this wrap-up session) Writing Family History - What to do if the Courthouse Burned - Native American Research - Q & A Some other suggestions she had for a successful event include giving door prizes, goodie bags, and a program with some info about the sessions, speakers, thank yous, a plea for book donations, paid advertisements, etc. Also you need to consider providing nametags and heavy PR, On you flyers and preregistrations, I would suggest list the blurb, followed be a cut and mail form to include Standard stuff like name address phone and email, Lines for the Pre-Registration Fee, Lunch, OPTIONAL Session Text(s) etc. In this way the attendee can decide on lunch an I they want to purchase the specially priced texts. This was just some ideas Fredrea sent me. If you have questions you could email her gregath@galstar.com or call me 367-2125 Barbara --part1_de.9278699.26d7ec7d_boundary--

    08/25/2000 05:36:29
    1. Re: [OKCCGS] Genealogy Workshop Details...
    2. Bill Haney
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lisa L. Wheeler" <familysearch27@earthlink.net> To: <OKCCGS-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, August 21, 2000 11:00 PM Subject: [OKCCGS] Genealogy Workshop Details... > Hi all, > I found out that we have two sites willing to host our workshop. The first one is Goldie's Restaurant. In that case, people could either order food from Goldie's or bring a brown bag lunch, and we could still serve cookies or something. According to Barbara they are willing to reserve the west wing and a private room for us. Bill found out that the American Legion building would also be available, and it seats a little over 200 people. > So, which location would be best? Can we vote over the mailing list? That way we can let the site we choose know for sure that we will be using them. Also, I'd like to call a special meeting on August 31 (a Thursday) at 6:30pm. If it is alright with everyone planning to attend, I'd like to hold it in Bristow at the Pizza Hut (I'll call them tomorrow just to make sure it is alright if we use their little banquet room). For those of you not familiar with Bristow, (and you are coming from the Kellyville/Sapulpa direction on Route 66), it is on the left hand side of the road just as you enter Bristow. Is this okay with everyone? Let me know, and please also let me know which site you would prefer. Thanks! > ~Lisa > > > > ============================== > Genealogy calendars, guestbooks and more: > Visit RootsWeb's Resource Center at > http://resources.rootsweb.com/ > >

    08/23/2000 06:41:49
  1. 08/23/2000 12:40:42
    1. [OKCCGS] Using mailing list
    2. When you want to talk to everyone that is a member of the Society and it is about the society's business, please, send to OKCCGS-L@rootsweb.com This way you don't have to contact each and everyone with the same information. Thank you, Diann

    08/22/2000 03:39:11