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    1. [SMITH-CT] Thomas Smith (1634-1725)
    2. Quentin Smith
    3. Research and DNA analysis proves that he arrived at the New Haven Colony no earlier than about 1652. He may have had Scottish connections based on DNA matches with Scotch Smiths. Sent from my iPhone

    03/06/2019 07:24:19
    1. [SMITH-CT] Rootsweb lists
    2. Pat Connors
    3. It started this past week, those lists that are on Rootsweb that are not being used are being taken down.  So, if you have lists that you use now and then and do not want them to be taken down, how about sending a message to it now and then.  If you have not found all your ancestors, write for help.  If you do have all your ancestors, write with research clues and places to use on the internet that helped you. In the past, these have been good lists that helped me find my ancestors. Thanks, -- Pat Connors http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    03/05/2019 02:09:42
    1. [SMITH-CT] Smith/Smythe surname registries updated
    2. Pat Connors
    3. I have just updated the surname registry for the Smith/Smythe surnames at: http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Smith/ Please check your submission for accuracy.  If you find errors or you data has changed, including you email address, please follow the directions at the bottom of the surname registry and I will add/correct when I next update the site. -- Pat Connors http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    01/19/2019 06:07:53
    1. [SMITH-CT] Rootsweb news
    2. Pat Connors
    3. As many may or may not know, since the middle of August, many of us did not receive any Rootsweb mail.   Seems like AT&T and other email providers did not like all the anti-spam stuff that was put in our posts.  While us list owners were told that first, it was ATT's fault and then that ATT had banned Rootsweb, the long and short of it is that ATT treated the anti-spam code as spam so didn't deliver any posts that had it in it to us. You may have noticed a few days ago, the links in the emails are now clean, without any spam warning.  Check the link below my name at the end of this post.  It is a clean link, no gobably gook.  After of couple of days of clean emails, ATT, yesterday started allowing emails from Rootsweb to go through. So now that we are back 100%, lets start communicating.  Do every single one of you, have your family tree completed and back more than one generation?  I have one branch back to my 4th great grandfather by finding my 3rd great grandmother was born in County Down, Ireland in 1790.  It took me 19 yrs to find her place of birth.  She married a Smith in 1809 in New York City and that did not make it easy but by following her in the various censuses, I had a time when she didn't show up in them anymore so it was time to find her death certificate. Using the Italian Genealogy Group website, I found her death date and was able to get a copy of her death cert using Family History Library films.  It gave me her baptism date, her maiden name and her place of birth.  So with that info, I found her baptism record with the name of her father and also found four brothers. Here is the link for the Italian Genealogy Group.  Their records do not cover just Italian ancestors, mine was Irish. http://italiangen.org/records-search/ Now I think we have to get our lists busy again.  So, why not share one of your research journeys that was successful in finding one of your ancestors.  Share how you found a record that opened doors -- Pat Connors http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    10/20/2018 06:04:29
    1. [SMITH-CT] Rootsweb lists
    2. Pat Connors
    3. We were informed yesterday that slow lists would be dropped starting with the surname lists. So, if we want to keep this list, we need to post to it. -- Pat Connors, owner http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    04/22/2018 12:22:06
    1. [SMITH-CT] Re: Thomas Smith of New Haven Colony
    2. Pat Connors
    3. > > > I would like to submit his descendants to my generation with sources. > Please direct me to the procedure. Thanks > Quentin Smith > > Hi Quentin, I am not sure what you mean by, 'submit his descendants...'. If you mean to the list, by all mean go ahead. There is not procedure, just post like you were writing a letter, adding the names/info that you would like to share. If you need help with your research, ask for help and hopefully those on the list will be able to offer some suggestions. If you are looking for connections, hopefully some on the list will have them. Never know till you ask. Good luck, Pat -- Pat Connors, Sacramento CA, list admin http://www.connorsgenealogy.com nymets22@gmail.com

    04/08/2018 04:17:26
    1. [SMITH-CT] Thomas Smith of New Haven Colony
    2. Quentin Smith
    3. I would like to submit his descendants to my generation with sources. Please direct me to the procedure. Thanks Quentin Smith Sent from my iPhone

    04/08/2018 11:52:35
    1. [SMITH-CT] Rootsweb info
    2. Pat Connors
    3. The upgraded system has a completely different interface.  If you have not re-registered your account since March 1st, you will need to re-register your account.  Your old login will not work. The help pages are here: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp -- Pat Connors, list owner http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    04/06/2018 02:11:03
    1. [SMITH-CT] Rootsweb info
    2. Pat Connors
    3. The upgraded system has a completely different interface.  If you have not re-registered your account since March 1st, you will need to re-register your account.  Your old login will not work. The help pages are here: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp -- Pat Connors, list admin http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    04/06/2018 02:08:40
    1. [SMITH-CT] Rootsweb lists are back online
    2. Pat Connors
    3. I want to welcome you all back now that the lists are back online.  However, Ancestry has not made it an easy time to get used to the new interface they now have online.  If you have problems, please write either to me or post to list so you can get help. https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/smith-ct.rootsweb.com/ This is the page to subscribe/unsubscribe from the list and to look at the list's archives. You can also manage your subscription to the list there, like deciding if you want to get the posts to the list as they are posted or in a diary format. -- Pat Connors, list owner http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    03/20/2018 06:28:26
    1. [SMITH-CT] Smith Surname Regisitry updated
    2. Pat Connors
    3. I have just updated the Smith Surname Registry on my website, plus the Smith Marriage & Death Record pages. http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Smith/ Please check your entry for accuracy. Also, if you have a name in the surname registry and your email address has changed, please see the instructions at the bottom of the Surname Registry. I urge you to keep your email address current. I cannot tell you how many times I get emails from someone who would like to contact a possible relative, only to find the old email address no longer works. -- Pat Connors http://www.connorsgenealogy.com

    10/06/2017 09:30:07
    1. [SMITH-CT] Smith Surname Registry updated
    2. Pat Connors
    3. I have just updated the Smith Surname Registry on my website, plus the Smith Marriage & Death Record pages. http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Smith/ Please check your entry for accuracy. Also, if you have a name in the surname registry and your email address has changed, please see the instructions at the bottom of the Surname Registry. I urge you to keep your email address current. I cannot tell you how many times I get emails from someone who would like to contact a possible relative, only to find the old email address no longer works. -- Pat Connors, Sacramento CA http://www.connorsgenealogy.com nymets22@gmail.com

    10/06/2017 09:28:19
    1. [SMITH-CT] MORGAN - AVERY - SMITH Family Bible
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old family bible belonging to the MORGAN and AVERY Family of Connecticut. Based on limited research I was able to gather a considerable amount of information regarding this family and have included that information below along with details of the information included in the bible. MORGAN Family Bible Published 1865 - Hartford CT Marriages: . Jasper MORGAN and Clarissa HOLDRIDGE, April 4th 1818 Jasper MORGAN b. 1784 in Groton, CT to parents John MORGAN (b. 1735 in Groton, CT) and Dorothy AVERY (b. 1736 in Groton, CT). Jasper was the last of 8 children born to this couple including, John; Hannah; David; Stephen; Abigail; Amos; and Experience MORGAN all born in Groton, CT between 1761 and 1778. Jasper married Clarissa HOLDRIDGE (b. about 1784) and they had a son Robert Avery MORGAN born in Groton, CT. . John Sands AVERY and Sarah D. SMITH John Sands AVERY b. 19 Aug 1782 in Groton, CT to parents John AVERY (b. 24 Jan 1737/38 in Groton, CT) and Sarah BELTON (b. 8 Jun 1743 in Groton, CT). John's first marriage in April of 1812 was to Bethiah WILLIAMS (b. 11 Nov 1787 in Ledyard, CT) with whom he had one child, Bethiah Williams AVERY b. 28 May 1817 in Groton, CT. John's second marriage on 29 Aug 1819 was to Sarah "Sally" SMITH b. 28 Aug 1779 in Poquonock Bridge, CT to parents Oliver SMITH (b. 27 Apr 1739 in Poquonock Bridge, CT) and Mary DENISON (b. in Stonington, CT). They had at least two children including Sarah Sands AVERY b. 18 Aug 1820 in Groton, CT. . Robert A. MORGAN and Sarah Sands AVERY, June 7th 1842 Married in Groton, CT, the couple had 5 children including, John Sands; Jasper; Clara Augusta; Ella; and Jenny Avery MORGAN all born in Groton, CT between 1843 and 1860. . John Sands MORGAN and Susan A. GOODWIN Susan GOODWIN b. 19 Apr 1850 in MA to parents Lewis Benjamin GOODWIN (b. 1818) and Abby Ann WHITING, married John Sands MORGAN on 25 May 1843 in Groton, CT. The couple had two children their first being Clara LeBaron MORGAN b. about 1876 in CT. Susan died in 1921. . Clara Augusta MORGAN and Charles F. CHANEY, October 17th 1883 Births: . John Sands AVERY, August 19th 1778 . Sarah D. SMITH, August 28th 1779 . Jasper MORGAN, January 1784 . Clarissa HOLDRIDGE, 1792 . Robert Avery MORGAN, December 21st 1818 . Sarah Sands AVERY, August 18th 1820 . John Sands MORGAN, May 25th 1843 . Jasper A. MORGAN, September 18th 1849 . Clara Augusta MORGAN, December 7th 1852 . Ella Sands MORGAN, December 17th 1854 . Jennie Avery MORGAN, July 1st 1860 . Children of John S. MORGAN and Susan GOODWIN o Clara Brown, February 5th 1876 o Infant Son Deaths: . John Sands AVERY, November 16th 1848 . Jasper MORGAN, May 8th 1870 . Sarah D. AVERY, March 14th 1871 . Clarissa H. MORGAN, January 4th 1879 . Robert Avery MORGAN, August 7th 1884 . Jasper A. MORGAN, March 18th 1853 . Ella Sands MORGAN, November 1st 1856 Census records provide the following information: 1860 census of Ledyard, CT: Jasper MORGAN, age 70, a Farm Owner, born Groton, CT Clarissa MORGAN, age 67, born Preston, CT Delia MORGAN, age 30, born Groton, CT Sally D. AVERY, age 80, born Stonington, CT Nancy A. BAILEY, age 42, born Groton, CT Denison C. BAILEY, age 14, born Groton, CT 1860 census of Groton, CT: Robert A. MORGAN, age 40, a Steamboat Capt., born Groton, CT Sarah S. MORGAN, age 39, born Groton, CT Sarah A. BAILEY, age 19, born Groton, CT John S. A. MORGAN, age 17, born Groton, CT Clara A. MORGAN, age 7, born New London, CT + 1 Domestic servant 1870 census of Ledyard, CT: - living in the home of Edmund & Bethiah SPICER Sally D. AVERY, age 90, born CT 1870 census of Groton, CT: Robert A. MORGAN, age 51, a Merchant, born CT Sarah S. MORGAN, age 49, Keeping House, born CT John S. MORGAN, age 27, a Merchant, born CT Cara MORGAN, age 17, born CT Jennie MORGAN, age 9, born CT Clara MORGAN, age 78, born CT Adelia MORGAN, age 40, born CT + 1 Farm Servant and 1 Domestic Servant 1880 census of Groton, CT: John J. MORGAN, age 37, a Merchant, born CT Susan A. MORGAN, wife, age 27, Keeps House, born CT Clara MORGAN, dau, age 4, born CT Robert A. MORGAN, age 61, a Coal Dealer, born CT, parents born CT Sarah S. MORGAN, wife, age 59, Keeping House, born CT, parents born CT Clara MORGAN, dau, age 27, at Home, born CT Jennie MORGAN, dau, age 17, at Home, born CT Delia MORGAN, boarder, age 52, born CT, parents born CT + 2 servants 1900 census of New London, CT: Charles CHANEY, age 46, born Aug 1853, married 16 years, born CT, parents born CT, a Coal Merchant Clara M. CHANEY, wife, age 47, born Dec 1852, married 16 years, 2 children/2 living, born CT, parents born CT Mary E. CHANEY, dau, age 11, born Apr 1889, born CT, at School Morgan R. CHANEY, son, age 8, born Dec 1891, born CT, at School Sarah S. MORGAN, mother-in-law, age 79, born Aug 1820, a widow, 5 children/2 living, born CT, parents born CT 1910 census of New London, CT: Charles B. CHANEY, age 56, married 30 years, born CT, parents born CT Clara CHANEY, wife, age 56, married 30 years, 2 children/2 living, born CT, parents born CT + 1 housekeeper Jennie A. GARD, age 49, married 18 years, 1 child/1 living, born CT, parents born CT Sally S. GARD, dau, age 17, born CT, parents born CT Sarah S. MORGAN, mother, age 89, a widow, 5 children/2 living, born CT, parents born CT I am hoping to be able to return this wonderful old bible to a member of this family. If you are a member of the family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    11/23/2008 01:14:43
    1. Re: [SMITH-CT] Trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith
    2. In a message dated 4/24/08 5:17:29 PM, pjsmith@mindspring.com writes: > Do you have a Thomas Smith b1754 in Ledyard, CT and his wife Thankful > Bennett? > Erica, > Pete > The only Thomas Smith I have married Rhoda Worthington in 1754. > Sorry > Erica > > Do you have a Thomas Smith b1754 in Ledyard, CT and his wife Thankful > Bennett? > > I am going nuts trying to get beyond them! > > Pete Smith > Keene, NH > ************** Need a new ride? Check out the largest site for U.S. used car listings at AOL Autos. (http://autos.aol.com/used?NCID=aolcmp00300000002851)

    04/24/2008 11:26:28
    1. Re: [SMITH-CT] Trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith
    2. Pete Smith
    3. Erica, Do you have a Thomas Smith b1754 in Ledyard, CT and his wife Thankful Bennett? I am going nuts trying to get beyond them! Pete Smith Keene, NH -----Original Message----- >From: VOOLICH@aol.com >Sent: Apr 24, 2008 1:41 PM >To: robertwking2001@gmail.com, smith@rootsweb.com, smith-ct-l@rootsweb.com >Subject: Re: [SMITH-CT] Trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith > >Bob >I don't know about the cousin you're looking for, but I have a bunch of >connecticut ancestors (many Smiths) and we might be descended from same folks. >For example: >Stephen Smith (1715-1760) >Peabody Smith (1749-1813) >Aarin Smith (1797-1857) >Stephen Smith (1824-1896) >Mary Alice Smith Dakin (1855-1931)--my great grandmother >Erica > >In a message dated 4/24/08 10:12:01 AM, robertwking2001@gmail.com writes: > > >> I am trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith b 6/29 about 1940.  His >> parents were Edmund b 1/9/1909 and Doris (Barrett) Smith b 1914 who lived in >> Fairfield CT and are both buried in Oaklawn Cemetary in Fairfield CT.  I >> know Ron's birthday because it is the same as mine but I guessing at the >> year.  After his father died Ron lived in his fathers house but the last >> time I called I was told there was no one there by that name. >> >> -- >> Bob King >> bob@122walnut.com >> >> " Indifference to history is more than just ignorant, it is a form of >> ingratitude." >> David McCullough >> >> >> Researching in New England for Adam_s, Andre_ws, Archambaul_t (RI), Barre_tt >> (MA/CT), Birdse_y, Brambl_e, Carte_r, Chilt_on, Cloug_h, Curti_ss, Dayto_n, >> Gree_ne, Hawle_y, Hildrit_h, Keit_h, Kidde_r, Kin_g (NY), Lath_am, Mar_ois, >> Nicho_ls, Orcut_t, Parke_r, Perkin_s, Phe_lps, Pra_tt, Roo_t, Smi_th, >> Trave_rs, Uffo_rd, Wa_rd, Washbu_rn, Winsl_ow, Wint_on, Willia_ms >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> SMITH-CT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the >> body of the message >> >> > > > > >************** >Need a new ride? Check out the largest site for U.S. used car >listings at AOL Autos. > >(http://autos.aol.com/used?NCID=aolcmp00300000002851) > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SMITH-CT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message Pete Smith 37 Base Hill Rd Keene, NH 03431 (603) 352-6235 (603) 801-1420 (c)

    04/24/2008 11:16:19
    1. [SMITH-CT] Change Subject Lines (From L.A.)
    2. JRA
    3. Normally I do not scold this list for this is such a calm list with no major problems that get out of hand compared to some others that we may subscribe to, but I will remind y'all that when replying to a message if it does not have to do with the original subject matter to change the subject line for the original poster will think they are getting a response to their message when in fact the message has nothing to do with their topic of conversation. Thank You, Lena --------------------------------- Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.

    04/24/2008 08:21:56
    1. Re: [SMITH-CT] Trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith
    2. Bob I don't know about the cousin you're looking for, but I have a bunch of connecticut ancestors (many Smiths) and we might be descended from same folks. For example: Stephen Smith (1715-1760) Peabody Smith (1749-1813) Aarin Smith (1797-1857) Stephen Smith (1824-1896) Mary Alice Smith Dakin (1855-1931)--my great grandmother Erica In a message dated 4/24/08 10:12:01 AM, robertwking2001@gmail.com writes: > I am trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith b 6/29 about 1940.  His > parents were Edmund b 1/9/1909 and Doris (Barrett) Smith b 1914 who lived in > Fairfield CT and are both buried in Oaklawn Cemetary in Fairfield CT.  I > know Ron's birthday because it is the same as mine but I guessing at the > year.  After his father died Ron lived in his fathers house but the last > time I called I was told there was no one there by that name. > > -- > Bob King > bob@122walnut.com > > " Indifference to history is more than just ignorant, it is a form of > ingratitude." > David McCullough > > > Researching in New England for Adam_s, Andre_ws, Archambaul_t (RI), Barre_tt > (MA/CT), Birdse_y, Brambl_e, Carte_r, Chilt_on, Cloug_h, Curti_ss, Dayto_n, > Gree_ne, Hawle_y, Hildrit_h, Keit_h, Kidde_r, Kin_g (NY), Lath_am, Mar_ois, > Nicho_ls, Orcut_t, Parke_r, Perkin_s, Phe_lps, Pra_tt, Roo_t, Smi_th, > Trave_rs, Uffo_rd, Wa_rd, Washbu_rn, Winsl_ow, Wint_on, Willia_ms > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > SMITH-CT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the > body of the message > > ************** Need a new ride? Check out the largest site for U.S. used car listings at AOL Autos. (http://autos.aol.com/used?NCID=aolcmp00300000002851)

    04/24/2008 07:41:43
    1. [SMITH-CT] Trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith
    2. Bob King
    3. I am trying to find my cousin Ronald Preston Smith b 6/29 about 1940. His parents were Edmund b 1/9/1909 and Doris (Barrett) Smith b 1914 who lived in Fairfield CT and are both buried in Oaklawn Cemetary in Fairfield CT. I know Ron's birthday because it is the same as mine but I guessing at the year. After his father died Ron lived in his fathers house but the last time I called I was told there was no one there by that name. -- Bob King bob@122walnut.com " Indifference to history is more than just ignorant, it is a form of ingratitude." David McCullough Researching in New England for Adam_s, Andre_ws, Archambaul_t (RI), Barre_tt (MA/CT), Birdse_y, Brambl_e, Carte_r, Chilt_on, Cloug_h, Curti_ss, Dayto_n, Gree_ne, Hawle_y, Hildrit_h, Keit_h, Kidde_r, Kin_g (NY), Lath_am, Mar_ois, Nicho_ls, Orcut_t, Parke_r, Perkin_s, Phe_lps, Pra_tt, Roo_t, Smi_th, Trave_rs, Uffo_rd, Wa_rd, Washbu_rn, Winsl_ow, Wint_on, Willia_ms

    04/24/2008 04:11:01
    1. [SMITH-CT] John Baily Smith b 1825 England
    2. Bob King
    3. Hi... Would some kind person provide any information they can on the following John Baily Smith b 1825 England married Sarah A Shaw b 1827 England. His mothers name was Elizabeth. They might have been married in England in approx 1848. By 1851 they had removed to Bridgeport CT USA where their son Edmund was born. I would like to trace the John Baily Smith and Shaw lines. Of course I would be happy to find any other details also.

    04/05/2008 03:51:10
    1. Re: [SMITH-CT] Get Ready For Another Rootsweb Change (From L.A.)
    2. Pete Smith
    3. Tim, Is the Rootsweb database of family search GED's different from Ancestry's? Are they the same in many cases or mostly different? Pete Smith -----Original Message----- >From: JRA <janie_reb_aingeal@yahoo.com> >Sent: Mar 14, 2008 12:09 AM >To: SMITH-CT@rootsweb.com, SMITH-SWITZ@rootsweb.com, SMITHWICK@rootsweb.com >Subject: [SMITH-CT] Get Ready For Another Rootsweb Change (From L.A.) > > First let me say that none of us list administrators had a say in this change for mailing lists or the pages at USGENWEB, so though it may be awfully tempting to shoot the messenger please refrain in doing so. > The almost entire explanation of what is going to happen as of Monday can be found here: http://bigfile.rootsweb.com/newsroom/ > RootsWeb Announcement March 13th, 2008 by Tim > As you know, The Generations Network has hosted and funded the RootsWeb online community since June 2000, thereby maintaining RootsWeb as the world’s oldest and largest free genealogy website. TGN remains committed to this mission and believes that RootsWeb is an absolutely invaluable and complementary resource to Ancestry.com, our flagship commercial family history site. We believe in both services and want to see both communities prosper and grow. > As part of this goal, we have decided to “transplant” RootsWeb onto the Ancestry.com domain beginning next week. This move will not change the RootsWeb experience or alter the ease of navigation to or within RootsWeb. RootsWeb will remain a free online experience. What will be different is that the Web address for all RootsWeb pages will change from www.rootsweb.com to www.rootsweb.ancestry.com. Again, the RootsWeb experience is not changing. > The decision to host RootsWeb on Ancestry.com is being made for one primary reason: we believe that the users of each of our two main websites can be better served if they have access to the best services available on both. Simply stated, we want to introduce more Ancestry.com users to RootsWeb and vice versa. > Today, despite the fact that Ancestry.com and RootsWeb.com are the two most frequently visited family history sites on the Web, only 25 percent of visitors to Ancestry.com visited RootsWeb in January 2008, while only 20 percent of visitors to RootsWeb visited Ancestry.com (according to Comscore Media Metrix). We think we will serve our users best by doing a better job of letting them know what is available on both Ancestry.com and RootsWeb. Hosting RootsWeb on Ancestry.com is the first step towards making this happen, but we will absolutely look for more and better ways down the road to advance this goal. > Hosting RootsWeb on Ancestry.com will also make it easier for us to make changes and improvements to the RootsWeb experience in the future. > All old RootsWeb URLs will continue to work, whether they are bookmarks or favorites, links to or from a hosted page or URLs manually typed in your Internet browser. We will have a redirect in place so that all old URLs will automatically end up on the appropriate new RootsWeb URL. You will never need to update your old favorites or links unless you want to. We have worked to make the transition as seamless as possible for our users, and this change should have a minimal impact on your experience with the site. > RootsWeb will remain a free online experience dedicated to providing you with a place where our community can find their roots together. If you have questions regarding this change please email them to feedback@rootsweb.com. > Thanks, > Tim Sullivan >CEO >The Generations Network, Inc. > > The address for the mailing list(s) will not change addresses, but if this changes at all I will certainly inform y'all. > > As soon as I see the new archive web site address I will post it in an e-mail Monday. > > Sincerely, > Lena > > > >--------------------------------- >Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now. > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to SMITH-CT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message Pete Smith 37 Base Hill Rd Keene, NH 03431 (603) 352-6235 (603) 801-1420 (c)

    03/14/2008 06:00:02