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    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] 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/>

    04/10/2018 02:20:51
    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] Seminar by Ann Carter Fleming CG, CGL
    2. Tom O'Brien
    3. *Ann Carter Fleming **CG, CGL* *Will present* ** *The ABC's of Publishing Your Family History* · *Organizing Your Research* · *Designing the Layout* · *Developing Your Style* · *Publishing the Book*** * **When & Where* * 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.* * Saturday **April 24, 2010* * Gateway Elks Lodge* * 711 Northeast 100th Avenue*** * near NE 100th Ave. & Glisan St.* * Portland, Oregon 97220* * * *Sponsored by The G**enealogical Forum of Oregon* *For more information go to their website at:*** *http://www.gfo.org/seminar/springflyer10.pdf*

    04/03/2010 05:40:07
    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] INFO NEEDED RE CEMETERY BURIALS
    2. Antoinette Waughtel Sorensen
    3. We have received word of a dear acquaintance (Charles "Chuck" Miller) who passed away February 10 and his obituary was in the Tri-Cities newspaper on February 12 and we have tried to get information from the funeral home (Einan's in West Richland) as to where the burial was, but so far they have not responded. Is there anyone in that area who might know where he was buried. He was 71 years of age. Or a list of cemeteries which we might be able to call. Thank you for any help you might be able to give us. Antoinette (Tacoma, Washington) waughtel33@Gmail.com

    02/15/2009 11:08:00
    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] Advanced Genealogy Internet Class
    2. Mariann Watson
    3. Dear Genealogists, A couple of weeks ago, I sent an email to all participants of the Advanced Genealogy Internet Class taught by Donna Potter Phillips requesting payment for the class. So far only 6 people have sent in their money and one person has dropped the class. The cost of the class was based on 30 participants. I need to know if you are still interested. You can indicate this by sending your check for $70 payable to TCGS-Donna to TCGS, P.O. Box 1410, Richland, WA 99352-1410 (for those who are not TCGS members, please include the extra $10) OR Sending me an email at this email address mabeldin@charter.net or calling me at 627 6436 to let me know you are no longer interested in the class. It held in a place in Kennewick where there is a large classroom that has WiFi available. Money has to be collected ahead of time as we cannot pay on site. The classes will take place as follows if we can get 15 or more participants: Wed, 4-5:30pm: Sep 5, 12, 19, 26 & Oct 3 Thurs, 9:30-11am: Sep 6, 13, 20, 27 7 Oct. 4 The cut off date for paying is Monday, Augst 27th. All payments MUST BE postmarked no later than Monday, Aug 27th for participation in the class. There will be a participants' meeting on Wednesday, the 29th, probably in the afternoon but not the evening, to be sure that your wireless computers have no trouble accessing the internet. We will also be introducing you to the TCGS Members-Only website where the homework and a blog will be available for our use. Donna may come down for that meeting. Donna has also arranged for all students to have free access to Ancestry.com during class time. This is a bonus I have just learned about. If you cannot make this meeting, please let me know so that I can arrange another time for this. Please be advised, I will not be available Aug 30-Sep 4th, Labor Day Weekend but insuring your internet connection works can be done on your own most any time. Thanks for your understanding, Margie Beldin TCGS Education Chair --------------------------------- Pinpoint customers who are looking for what you sell.

    08/21/2007 10:36:02
    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] WSGS Conference at Wenatchee, April 13-14, 2007
    2. Just a reminder. Time is getting short to sign up for: 2007 Washington State Genealogical Society Conference hosted by the Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society. April 13 & 14, 2007, at the Wenatchee Convention Center "CLIMBING YOUR FAMILY TREE" Featuring Sharon DeBartolo Carmack Bonus presentation, Friday, April 13, 7:00 PM + "Interview of the World's Oldest Living Genealogist, Ole Smirnoff Bernatelli" Four talks, Saturday, April 14, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM + "Flesh on the Bones: Putting Your Ancestors into Historical Perspective" + "The Silent Women: Bring a Name to Life" + "The Immigration Experience: From Steerage to Ellis Island" + "Love Letters, Diaries and Autobiographies: Let's Leave 'em Something to Talk About" Also on Saturday, other interesting speakers will present 12 more 75-minute sessions during the day For details on topics and registration form, check the WSGS website at www.rootsweb.com/~wasgs/stateconf.htm Bob Witherspoon 360-734-9835 ************************************** AOL now offers free email to everyone. Find out more about what's free from AOL at http://www.aol.com.

    03/25/2007 08:52:03
    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] Free Genealogy Conference Nov 18--Registration info
    2. Mariann Watson
    3. The Tri-City Genealogical Society and the Kennewick Stake of the LDS Church are co-sponsoring a FREE genealogical conference and fair: "Families, Trees and Pedigrees." The theme of the conference is "Capturing Your Past With The Tools of Today." Saturday, November 18, 2006 Registration - 7:45 to 8:30 AM, Conference - 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Lunch - 11:40 - 12:30 LDS Church at 895 Gage Blvd, Richland WA The speakers for this event are lead by professional genealogist, Donna Potter Phillips. Tim Cross from the Salt Lake City Family History Department of the LDS Church will present "The new FamilySearch.org". In addition to Donna and Tom, there are 18 other presenters who will provide a full day of interesting and educational classes, 22 in all. Classes include DNA, Searching for Female Ancestors, Scanning and Organizing Photos, Using Maps in Research, Organization and many more. For a complete list of classes see the registration form. (Download instructions below) In addition to the lectures, there will be one-on-one help available from experienced genealogists for anyone who has hit their own "brick-wall". Demonstrations and online help will be available from staff in the Family History Center. Conference flyer, a list of classes and registration forms can be downloaded from the TCGS web site at : www.tricitygenealogicalsociety.org. Lunch and/or a syllabus are optional for a small fee. The society wanted all registrations in by Nov 4th, but some are still coming in. Even if you do not want lunch or a syllabus, it is important that you return the pre-registration form with your class choices so we can assign class rooms based on the number attending. Remember, the conference is free; the syllabus and lunch are optional for a small charge. --------------------------------- Cheap Talk? Check out Yahoo! Messenger's low PC-to-Phone call rates. --------------------------------- Check out the all-new Yahoo! Mail - Fire up a more powerful email and get things done faster.

    11/07/2006 03:51:15
    1. [WA-TRICITIES-GENCLASS] Washington State Archives--Ellensburg, WA
    2. Laura
    3. Hope these help. You can probably mail a letter to the Ellensburg Library with a research request and get an answer, they are "very," ancestry friendly there! Below you can use the web site to email a formal request to the WSA also. They also have the annuals for anyone who attended Ellensburg Normal School, a teacher's college, CWSC or CWU. Kittitas County Genealogical Society - 413 North Main St - (509) 925-5951 Ellensburg Public Library 209 N Ruby St - (509) 962-7250 Ellensburg Library--Geneaology Links http://epl.eburg.com/bookref.html Washington State Archives--Ellensburg, WA http://www.cwu.edu/~archives/kittitas.htm Central Regional Branch--Washington State Archives http://www.secstate.wa.gov/archives/archives_central.aspx -----Original Message----- From: Alisa Judd [mailto:lisa.judd@comcast.net] Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 7:04 PM To: WA-TriCities-GenClass-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [TC Gen] Ellensburg Info Hello List, I would like to find a local paper for Ellensburg around 1955 on microfilm and also if Ellensburg High School was the only High School at that time. Who else would have copies of their yearbooks? Thank you, Lisa California ==== WA-TriCities-GenClass Mailing List ==== If you have a question on genealogical research, please submit it to WA-TriCities-GenClass-L@RootsWeb.com ============================== You can manage your RootsWeb-Review subscription from http://newsletters.rootsweb.com/

    10/30/2006 04:53:22
    1. The WEashington State Genealogist
    2. Washington State Genealogical Society is soliciting articles for a new journal-style periodical. Our hope for The Washington State Genealogist journal is to provide a statewide outlet for individuals or organizations to publish previously unpublished articles containing information of genealogical value about those who pioneered and developed Washington State. It is not important what a contributing organization is called or the position of an individual compiler/author. Sometime in the future we may ask that contributors be members of Washington State Genealogical Society, but that is not required now. We especially want to provide small groups who do not have their own journal for publishing access and wide coverage of their research. We would like to explore a wide variety of sources, such as family bible records; school faculty lists, student censuses and yearbooks; attendees at pioneer days, company picnics or reunions; indexes for old, unindexed local history books; newspaper lists of court actions (licenses, dissolutions, land proofing, probates, etc.); abbreviated extracts of birth, marriage and death notices, or "gossip column" notes of family interest; genealogies or ahnentafels of local or state leaders; and other information showing who was where, when, and doing what. We hope to receive enough material to publish a 30- to 40-page journal on a quarterly basis.. We wish to limit articles to no more than four pages in length, although we could serialize longer writings of particular interest. A rticles need to identify sources using footnotes or end notes, or in an introductory statement if the article is an extract from a single source. To prevent copyright infringement, sources must be in the public domain or permission must be obtained from the copyright holder if the information extracted exceeds "fair use". We would prefer articles to be sent as an email attachment in Word or WordPerfect document or Rich Text (RTF) format. Times New Roman 12-pitch font is our preference, and pages should have 1-inch margins. If you would like to send us an article for our first issue, we would like it sent to my email address no later than 31 January 2006. I hope this adequately describes our goals for The Washington State Genealogist. Please contact me if you have additional questions or suggestions, or if you wish to contribute an article. Sincerely, Bob Witherspoon PO Box 491 Bellingham, WA 98227-0491 360-734-9835 rgwspoon@aol.com

    11/27/2005 09:55:50
    1. Marriage/Death Indexes for sale
    2. Marilyn M Heiderer
    3. Dear Listers: I am no longer doing research for others and have decided to sell my microfiche/film collection. This collection includes: CA Marriage Indexes for Brides and Grooms (1960-86), 633 fiche CA Death Index (1940-95), 554 fiche WA Death Index (1907-1989), 9 rolls of film and 61 fiche Please contact me OFF LIST at kellen2000@juno.com for more details about these indexes. This is a rare chance to purchase the CA indexes as they are no longer available for purchase from the Vital Records Division of California. Michele

    04/15/2005 07:52:31
    1. Wed:Free Photo repair & enhansement class
    2. Joe & Laura Schmidt
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mariann Watson" <mariannwatson2002@yahoo.com> To: "Mariann Watson" <MariannWatson2002@yahoo.com> Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 9:47 AM Subject: {not a subscriber} Wed:Free Photo repair & enhansement class > This Wed evening at 7pm the Tri city Genealogical Society will be having a > program on Photo repair & enhancement using your computer. The program > will be at the Richland Maintenance shop at 2700 Duportail across from > Wal*Mart. You do not have to be a member of the society to attend this > free program. > > > > --------------------------------- > Do you Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term' > >

    02/07/2005 03:12:01
    1. Happy Holidays
    2. Joe & Laura Schmidt
    3. Hi all, It has been a very busy year. God has given us so much. We received a new granddaughter, Kimber Laurene, born March 1st to Joe and Becky! Mike got married to a wonderful girl, Chrystal, in November. Thanks to that union, we received the gift of a precious granddaughter, Serina, who is five years old and looks very similar to Mike at that age, toe-head and all! Jim finally asked Cassie to marry him. That wedding will be next year! Joe was off work for 3 months with heart problems, but after correcting an aortic aneurysm and recovery, he is back to work full time and in good health. Emily and Alicia are performing with the Sunshine Generation. They started kindergarten this year and are currently doing 3rd grade work. Kenny is sounding out words! He turned two in June! Joe and I stay busy with almost every weekend camping and Dutch oven cooking. We helped put on the first annual "Lewis and Clark Bluegrass and Dutch Oven Rendezvous" in June and it was a huge hit in the bluegrass community and the Dutch oven food was to die for! And best of all it was a financial success! God has given me a new challenge this year. I became deaf in my left ear June 20th. They say there is no explanation for it, but it is suppose to be permanent. That is according to the doctors. We don't know what God has planned. We hope this finds you all in good health. Have a wonderful holiday season! And may God be with you throughout the New Year. Laura & Joe

    12/21/2004 06:22:03
    1. Re: [TC Gen] Netiquette
    2. bradbury
    3. Joe & Laura, So great to hear from you. Haven't worked much with geneology this year. We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New year! Hope your health is better. Regards, Virginia and Cal bradbury ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joe & Laura Schmidt" <DigMyPast@msn.com> To: <WA-TriCities-GenClass-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, December 20, 2004 8:31 AM Subject: [TC Gen] Netiquette > Hi List Members! > > Since it is at that time of year when the lists start to get busy, I figured > I would give you all some hints at writing more productive emails and a > little bit of netiquette. Hopefully some of you will pick up on a few of > these! > > 1) Please when writing to the list, look at the subject line in your email! > Is it pertinent to your query? Or have you just hit the reply button to > someone else's mail and the subject has nothing to do with your letter? > Please make that subject line special to your query! > > 2) DO NOT hit reply to on the entire digest! DO NOT have a subject line > that says Re: LISTNAME-D Digest V00 #266! That subject has nothing to do > with your query or anyone else's original message! > > 3) When writing a query, DO NOT write in all UPPERCASE LETTERS! This is > only done when you are SHOUTING at someone! > > 4) When writing an effective query, please put SURNAMES in UPPERCASE as this > makes it easier for others to spot when reading their mail, thusly making > your query more effective! > > 5) Try to list any dates and locations that you know! Maybe someone else > will be searching that SURNAME in that time period and locality, (not > necessarily your ancestor but maybe a brother, sister or cousin) > > 6) Always include your email address in the body of the letter too! The > messages are archived. It will be easier for someone to do a search in the > mail lists and see your email address in the body so if they are not list > members, they can still answer you easily! > > 7) Be polite! No one is perfect and not everyone will take the time to use > common netiquette, but that doesn't mean you have a right to tell them what > to do. If you have a problem with a list member, write > LISTNAME-admin@Rootsweb.com and let the list maintainer decide what to do. > You have no right telling fellow list members what to do or not to do! > > 8) When sending a web site address, always type it in the form of "http://." > because some e-mail programs will permit the user to click on a web address > to go right there. Without the "http://" prefix these programs will not > recognize it as such. > > 9) Do not blatantly promote your business by posting an advertisement to a > discussion group, unless it is clearly an accepted use and you have cleared > it with the list maintainer first. Otherwise, you are "spamming." > > 10}Do not forward personal e-mail to a discussion group without getting the > author's permission first. Also do not forward from one mail list to another > without the original author of the message's permission! > > 11) Read over your e-mail before you send it. Although e-mail is an informal > method of communication, be sure you make your points clear and concise. Use > a spell checker if available! > > 12) Consider that a large audience will see your posts. Take care in what > you write. Remember too, that mailing lists are archived, and that your > words will be stored for a very long time in a place to which many people > have access. > > 13) If you are sending a reply to a message or a posting be sure you > summarize the original at the top of the message, or include just enough > text of the original to give a context. This will make sure readers > understand when they start to read your response. Giving context helps > everyone. But do not include the entire original! > > 14) Be careful when you reply to messages or postings. Frequently replies > are sent back to the address which originated the post - which in many cases > is the address of the mail list! You may accidentally send a personal > response to a great many people, embarrassing all involved. > > 15) When sending a message to more than one mailing list, especially if the > lists are closely related, apologize for cross-posting! > > 16) When unsubscribing from a list on RootsWeb write a new email in plain > text to LISTNAME-L-Request@RootsWeb.com (or -D if you are a digest mode > member) with only the word UNSUBSCRIBE in the body of the message and please > spell unsubscribe correctly. You have to unsub from the address you are > subscribed under, otherwise you will never get off the list! If you can't > use the address you are subscribed under, write LISTNAME-admin@RootsWeb.com > and explain the problem. > > 17) Do not post virus warnings to the mail lists! RootsWeb has filtering > set up where you will NEVER get a virus from a RootsWeb mailing list! > > 18) Always post in "plain text" If you don't know how to switch your > program to plain text, see http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/help/html-off.html > and it will walk you through it! > > 19) Write LISTNAME-admin@RootsWeb.com before deciding to promote a new > mailing list. Ask permission first! > > 20) Most of all have fun! > > > > > ==== WA-TriCities-GenClass Mailing List ==== > If you need to unsubscribe, please write WA-TriCities-GenClass-L-request@RootsWeb.com > > ============================== > Census images 1901, 1891, 1881 and 1871, plus so much more. > Ancestry.com's United Kingdom & Ireland Collection. Learn more: http://www.ancestry.com/s13968/rd.ashx > >

    12/20/2004 04:44:50
    1. Netiquette
    2. Joe & Laura Schmidt
    3. Hi List Members! Since it is at that time of year when the lists start to get busy, I figured I would give you all some hints at writing more productive emails and a little bit of netiquette. Hopefully some of you will pick up on a few of these! 1) Please when writing to the list, look at the subject line in your email! Is it pertinent to your query? Or have you just hit the reply button to someone else's mail and the subject has nothing to do with your letter? Please make that subject line special to your query! 2) DO NOT hit reply to on the entire digest! DO NOT have a subject line that says Re: LISTNAME-D Digest V00 #266! That subject has nothing to do with your query or anyone else's original message! 3) When writing a query, DO NOT write in all UPPERCASE LETTERS! This is only done when you are SHOUTING at someone! 4) When writing an effective query, please put SURNAMES in UPPERCASE as this makes it easier for others to spot when reading their mail, thusly making your query more effective! 5) Try to list any dates and locations that you know! Maybe someone else will be searching that SURNAME in that time period and locality, (not necessarily your ancestor but maybe a brother, sister or cousin) 6) Always include your email address in the body of the letter too! The messages are archived. It will be easier for someone to do a search in the mail lists and see your email address in the body so if they are not list members, they can still answer you easily! 7) Be polite! No one is perfect and not everyone will take the time to use common netiquette, but that doesn't mean you have a right to tell them what to do. If you have a problem with a list member, write LISTNAME-admin@Rootsweb.com and let the list maintainer decide what to do. You have no right telling fellow list members what to do or not to do! 8) When sending a web site address, always type it in the form of "http://." because some e-mail programs will permit the user to click on a web address to go right there. Without the "http://" prefix these programs will not recognize it as such. 9) Do not blatantly promote your business by posting an advertisement to a discussion group, unless it is clearly an accepted use and you have cleared it with the list maintainer first. Otherwise, you are "spamming." 10}Do not forward personal e-mail to a discussion group without getting the author's permission first. Also do not forward from one mail list to another without the original author of the message's permission! 11) Read over your e-mail before you send it. Although e-mail is an informal method of communication, be sure you make your points clear and concise. Use a spell checker if available! 12) Consider that a large audience will see your posts. Take care in what you write. Remember too, that mailing lists are archived, and that your words will be stored for a very long time in a place to which many people have access. 13) If you are sending a reply to a message or a posting be sure you summarize the original at the top of the message, or include just enough text of the original to give a context. This will make sure readers understand when they start to read your response. Giving context helps everyone. But do not include the entire original! 14) Be careful when you reply to messages or postings. Frequently replies are sent back to the address which originated the post - which in many cases is the address of the mail list! You may accidentally send a personal response to a great many people, embarrassing all involved. 15) When sending a message to more than one mailing list, especially if the lists are closely related, apologize for cross-posting! 16) When unsubscribing from a list on RootsWeb write a new email in plain text to LISTNAME-L-Request@RootsWeb.com (or -D if you are a digest mode member) with only the word UNSUBSCRIBE in the body of the message and please spell unsubscribe correctly. You have to unsub from the address you are subscribed under, otherwise you will never get off the list! If you can't use the address you are subscribed under, write LISTNAME-admin@RootsWeb.com and explain the problem. 17) Do not post virus warnings to the mail lists! RootsWeb has filtering set up where you will NEVER get a virus from a RootsWeb mailing list! 18) Always post in "plain text" If you don't know how to switch your program to plain text, see http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/help/html-off.html and it will walk you through it! 19) Write LISTNAME-admin@RootsWeb.com before deciding to promote a new mailing list. Ask permission first! 20) Most of all have fun!

    12/20/2004 01:31:11
    1. Re: [TC Gen] Info abt Ellensburg and Tri-Cities newspapers
    2. Patty
    3. Hello Lisa, Here is the Richland and Kennewick library web sites. I believe the news paper was the Tri City Herald. http://www.richland.lib.wa.us/ http://www.mcl-lib.org/Kennewick.htm Web site for the Herald http://www.tri-cityherald.com/ Good luck with your search, Patty ----- Original Message ----- From: "Alisa Judd" <lisa.judd@comcast.net> To: <WA-TriCities-GenClass-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 8:10 PM Subject: [TC Gen] Info abt Ellensburg and Tri-Cities newspapers > Hello List, > > I am looking for a newspaper article written between 1950-1955 for a > Tri-Cities newspaper. The subject is Capt William A Hall. We lived in > Kennewick at the time and there is supposed to be an article about him > during that time. Does anyone know the newspapers that were in existence > then? Or what libraries would have them on microfilm? > > Also, looking for high school yearbooks for Ellensburg High School around > 1955 and the local newspaper for Ellensburg. Any information if the local > library has anything would be very helpful. > > Regards, > > Lisa Judd > El Sobrante, CA > > > > ==== WA-TriCities-GenClass Mailing List ==== > If you need to unsubscribe, please write > WA-TriCities-GenClass-L-request@RootsWeb.com > > ============================== > Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration > Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more. > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237 >

    10/05/2004 05:03:26
    1. Info abt Ellensburg and Tri-Cities newspapers
    2. Alisa Judd
    3. Hello List, I am looking for a newspaper article written between 1950-1955 for a Tri-Cities newspaper. The subject is Capt William A Hall. We lived in Kennewick at the time and there is supposed to be an article about him during that time. Does anyone know the newspapers that were in existence then? Or what libraries would have them on microfilm? Also, looking for high school yearbooks for Ellensburg High School around 1955 and the local newspaper for Ellensburg. Any information if the local library has anything would be very helpful. Regards, Lisa Judd El Sobrante, CA

    10/04/2004 04:10:41
    1. Ellensburg Info
    2. Alisa Judd
    3. Hello List, I would like to find a local paper for Ellensburg around 1955 on microfilm and also if Ellensburg High School was the only High School at that time. Who else would have copies of their yearbooks? Thank you, Lisa California

    10/04/2004 04:03:36
    1. Re: [TC Gen] Re: Need Your Help if you are from Pasco., Kennewick, Richland Please Read..
    2. bradbury
    3. Laura and Joe, Thanks for writting me, It is always good to hear from you. I have been busy with other tasks but want to get started on my husbands mother. Nina Stanley Richardson Bradbury. Born in Oregon. Hope to see you soon. Virginia Trosky Bradbury ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joe & Laura Schmidt" <DigMyPast@msn.com> To: <WA-TriCities-GenClass-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 7:58 AM Subject: [TC Gen] Re: Need Your Help if you are from Pasco., Kennewick, Richland Please Read.. > I don't know anything about this guy or his project but before agreeing to > help this query, please ask to see his current webpage ON THE WEB, not just > what he is working on. Make certain his site is free! If not, why not do > this same work for your local county genealogy page! Keep all our research > free! > Laura > ----- Original Message ----- > From: <AndrewJames_29@lycos.com> > To: <WAFRANKL-L@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 7:23 AM > Subject: [Franklin] Need Your Help if you are from Pasco., Kennewick, > Richland Please Read.. > > > > This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. > > > > Surnames: None > > Classification: Query > > > > Message Board URL: > > > > http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/mBC.2ACE/189 > > > > Message Board Post: > > > > Dear Pasco., Kennewick., Richland Researchers', > > If you live in Pasco., Kennewick., Richland are and willing to meet > new friends and willing to help me with my project and would like to help > other researchers' find their information. > > I am currently working on Obituaries' for the Tri-Citys Area and > typing some information up and post it up on my web site. If you like > GENEAOLGY this is for you. If you like typing and willing to help me out on > this project which you will get noticed on my web site and help me with this > load so I am not that far behind and can get this information posted so > other RESEARCHERS' can find their information on their Family Lines' please > Contact me. I have started some and I need your help with the REST. I am > willing to teach you alot of new Tricks also; on how to make a WEB SITE for > your self, How to LOOK UP your FAMILY LINE and much much more. But, only if > you are willing to help me threw out these long years as much as you can. > Please help me and please HELP these RESEARCHERS'. > > For more information on how to help with the Obituaries' please > contact me at this following e-mail: AndrewJames_29@lycos.com SORRY NO LOOK > UPS don't have time. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Andrew James > > > > > > > ==== WA-TriCities-GenClass Mailing List ==== > If you need to unsubscribe, please write WA-TriCities-GenClass-L-request@RootsWeb.com > > ============================== > Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration > Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more. > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237 > >

    02/24/2004 06:20:28
    1. [TC Gen] Bellevue Washington State Genealogy Conference June 18-19
    2. Pinky
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dit Lassila" <ditl@owt.com> To: <ditl@owt.com> Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 10:56 AM Subject: TCGS - WSGS Conference in June > Mark your calendar for June 18-19, 2004: > > The Washington State Genealogical Society holds its 2004 conference, > "RootsSearch II - Preserving Your Family's Milestones," at Lake Washington > Technical > College, Kirkland, WA, hosted by the Eastside Genealogical Society and the > South King County Genealogical Society. This conference features Sharon > DeBartolo > Carmack, Certified Genealogist, author and speaker, in a presentation on > Friday evening and three additional presentations on Saturday. The Saturday > program also will include many additional speakers discussing 20 topics in 5 > tracks. More information will be available at www.rootsweb.com/~wasgs. > > Thank you. > > Bob Witherspoon > 360-734-9835 > rgwspoon@aol.com > > >

    02/24/2004 04:41:01
    1. [TC Gen] Re: Need Your Help if you are from Pasco., Kennewick, Richland Please Read..
    2. Joe & Laura Schmidt
    3. I don't know anything about this guy or his project but before agreeing to help this query, please ask to see his current webpage ON THE WEB, not just what he is working on. Make certain his site is free! If not, why not do this same work for your local county genealogy page! Keep all our research free! Laura ----- Original Message ----- From: <AndrewJames_29@lycos.com> To: <WAFRANKL-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 7:23 AM Subject: [Franklin] Need Your Help if you are from Pasco., Kennewick, Richland Please Read.. > This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. > > Surnames: None > Classification: Query > > Message Board URL: > > http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/mBC.2ACE/189 > > Message Board Post: > > Dear Pasco., Kennewick., Richland Researchers', > If you live in Pasco., Kennewick., Richland are and willing to meet new friends and willing to help me with my project and would like to help other researchers' find their information. > I am currently working on Obituaries' for the Tri-Citys Area and typing some information up and post it up on my web site. If you like GENEAOLGY this is for you. If you like typing and willing to help me out on this project which you will get noticed on my web site and help me with this load so I am not that far behind and can get this information posted so other RESEARCHERS' can find their information on their Family Lines' please Contact me. I have started some and I need your help with the REST. I am willing to teach you alot of new Tricks also; on how to make a WEB SITE for your self, How to LOOK UP your FAMILY LINE and much much more. But, only if you are willing to help me threw out these long years as much as you can. Please help me and please HELP these RESEARCHERS'. > For more information on how to help with the Obituaries' please contact me at this following e-mail: AndrewJames_29@lycos.com SORRY NO LOOK UPS don't have time. > > Thanks, > > Andrew James > >

    02/24/2004 12:58:03
    1. Re: [TC Gen] Esther Arseneth King January 1895
    2. bradbury
    3. Dear TC Gen, Grand Coulee dam is in grant Co. Wa. but the columbia river winds thru several counties and seperates Wa. from Ore. My father built the third house there and we lived there seven years. My family are all from Stevens county, Wa. above Spokane, Wa. They have a very active group of Genealogists. Here is their address .Ne Wa Genealogical Soc. C/O colville Public Library 195 south Oak Colville, Wa. 99114 It is $35.00 a year and they have all the cemetaries logged. I live in Benton Co, Wa. and We are trying to get organized again but everyone is so busy, these days. You may check with your library and The Morman (LDS) Church they have web sites that are very helpful with Family reserch information. They only charge very little and are wonderful help. There are Gen centers all around the state. Like Spokane, Ellensburg-- Stevens county,Wa. Good luck and Have lots of fun --hope you do not findd any skeletons. I have found five first cousins of my husbands who thought he did not have any relitives and one was only two hundred miles away and we have gotten together several times. Wilbur is a very small town so if the library hasn't burned and lost records you may want to go to there, or write to C of C for info if they have one. My son works in Prosser at C of C and I will ask him to look for it and send you an e-mail Regards, Virginia Bradbury'Prosser, Wa. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Daniel David Lewis Frommherz" <mckenziemarket@continet.com> To: <WA-TriCities-GenClass-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 8:30 PM Subject: [TC Gen] Esther Arseneth King January 1895 > Hello list, I just joined and maybe a few others in the state of > Washington. My first great grandparents (parents of my paternal > grandmother) Abraham Lincoln and Clara Margaret Elizabeth (Busse) King > came from Happy Valley (near Diamond) Harney County, Oregon shortly > after the birth of their first daughter in 1889. They are said to have > settled at Wilbur but other clues indicate they were also near Grand > Coulee. Wilbur is in Lincoln County. I understand that Grand Coulee is > in several counties. They had a farm up there and moved when the winter > cold froze to death all of Abe's cattle. Anyway my grandmother, Lucy > Adelia King was born up there 1 September 1890 and they had another > daughter named Esther Arseneth King in April 1893 who died on 12 > January 1895. I am searching for a death record and a possible cemetery > and records that I might help in tracing this infant. Can anyone help? > Do you have suggestions where I might look for vital records. Are they > posted anywhere on the net? The family moved in 1896 back to Oregon > near Corvallis in Benton County I am not sure if it was because of the > loss of his cattle that instigated the move. They dairied back in > Oregon for about 30 years. Thanks in advance. > > -- > Daniel David Lewis Frommherz > > Come visit my web site www.McKenzieValleyMarket.com please write and tell me what you think of it. > > I am the List Administrator for: > FROMMHERZ-L@ROOTSWEB.COM > The surnames connected to my paternal and maternal grandfathers are: Lounsbury; Penoyer; Guion; Lauber; Bachle; Baier; Schlageter; Gerspach; Matt > > and > > KINGE-SALEM-MA-L@ROOTSWEB.COM > The surnames connected to my paternal and maternal grandmothers are: Busse; Pribbernow; Allen; Bangs; Howe; Norton; Haskins or Hoskins; Caswell; Cole; Windthrope; Mitchell; Cooke; Birdsall; Goldthwaite; Scudder; Browne; Tuthill; Swayze; Dibble; Smith; Wood/Woods; Young; Lewis; Fair/Phayre > > Wise men who refuse to participate in the affairs of government are punished by being made subject to the rules of fools - Abraham Lincoln. > > > > ==== WA-TriCities-GenClass Mailing List ==== > This is a list for the discussion group that used to meet at Barnes & Noble in Kennewick Washington. We are looking for a new location! > > ============================== > Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration > Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more. > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237 > >

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