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    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley
    2. Mary Hart
    3. Dear Clive Thank you so much for your information and suggestions, much appreciated. Kind Regards Mary Hart -----Original Message----- From: WLS-BRECONSHIRE [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Clive Gardener Sent: Sunday, 12 March 2017 11:26 PM To: [email protected]; [email protected] Subject: Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley Hi Mary The Royal Welsh Fusiliers (23rd Regiment) were based at Brecon for five years until Monday 28th June 1830, when they departed for Plymouth and, presumably, thereafter for Ireland. The army records, including the general muster books and pay lists, are available at the National Archives, Kew: 23rd Foot, 1st Battalion, 1829: WO 12/3982 23rd Foot, 1st Battalion, 1830: WO 12/3983 Perhaps someone may be doing similar research and know a little more and/or be able to look up the relevant entries for you? There should be useful genealogical information attached to Edward's army record, but it's a research 'project', moving backwards and forwards through successive muster books, rather than a single 'look-up' to tease out what is required! Best regards Clive Gardener www.secret-bottletop.com

    03/13/2017 02:47:49
    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley
    2. Clive Gardener
    3. Hi Mary The Royal Welsh Fusiliers (23rd Regiment) were based at Brecon for five years until Monday 28th June 1830, when they departed for Plymouth and, presumably, thereafter for Ireland. The army records, including the general muster books and pay lists, are available at the National Archives, Kew: 23rd Foot, 1st Battalion, 1829: WO 12/3982 23rd Foot, 1st Battalion, 1830: WO 12/3983 Perhaps someone may be doing similar research and know a little more and/or be able to look up the relevant entries for you? There should be useful genealogical information attached to Edward's army record, but it's a research 'project', moving backwards and forwards through successive muster books, rather than a single 'look-up' to tease out what is required! Best regards Clive Gardener www.secret-bottletop.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mary Hart" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2017 11:44 PM Subject: Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley > Hello David > Thank you for your suggestion. How do I find Edward's Army record? > Kind Regards > Mary > > -----Original Message----- > From: WLS-BRECONSHIRE > [mailto:[email protected]] On > Behalf Of david heath > Sent: Sunday, 12 March 2017 2:26 AM > To: [email protected] > Subject: Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley > > Hello Mary > Have you considered looking for Edward's Army record ? > He was almost certainly in the Royal Artillery being at Brecon Barracks. > If you could get his record, that may well show where he was posted. > David > > -----Original Message----- > From: "Mary Hart" <[email protected]> > Sent: ‎11/‎03/‎2017 15:05 > To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> > Subject: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley > > Hello > > My 3x grandparents Edward McGrath and Margaret Dealey/Daly were married > Brecon St Mary on 16 April 1829. Edward is noted as a soldier. Their son > John Michael or Michael John was (according to census) born Brecon > Barracks c1829/1830. I have been unable to find his baptism in 'Family > Search'. By April 1831 they are in Ireland where their second son Dennis > is baptised. > > Also 2nd Aug 1829, in the same parish register, a Joseph Dealy (a nailor) > marries Sarah Jones. I am thinking that Joseph and Margaret are siblings. > I have been unable to find any further trace of Joseph and Sarah and > wonder if anyone has this family in their line? > > Any information or suggestions would be very welcome. > > Kind Regards > > Mary > > Australia > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/12/2017 06:25:41
    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley
    2. Mary Hart
    3. Hello David Thank you for your suggestion. How do I find Edward's Army record? Kind Regards Mary -----Original Message----- From: WLS-BRECONSHIRE [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of david heath Sent: Sunday, 12 March 2017 2:26 AM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley Hello Mary Have you considered looking for Edward's Army record ? He was almost certainly in the Royal Artillery being at Brecon Barracks. If you could get his record, that may well show where he was posted. David -----Original Message----- From: "Mary Hart" <[email protected]> Sent: ‎11/‎03/‎2017 15:05 To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Subject: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley Hello My 3x grandparents Edward McGrath and Margaret Dealey/Daly were married Brecon St Mary on 16 April 1829. Edward is noted as a soldier. Their son John Michael or Michael John was (according to census) born Brecon Barracks c1829/1830. I have been unable to find his baptism in 'Family Search'. By April 1831 they are in Ireland where their second son Dennis is baptised. Also 2nd Aug 1829, in the same parish register, a Joseph Dealy (a nailor) marries Sarah Jones. I am thinking that Joseph and Margaret are siblings. I have been unable to find any further trace of Joseph and Sarah and wonder if anyone has this family in their line? Any information or suggestions would be very welcome. Kind Regards Mary Australia ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/12/2017 04:44:36
    1. [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley
    2. Mary Hart
    3. Hello My 3x grandparents Edward McGrath and Margaret Dealey/Daly were married Brecon St Mary on 16 April 1829. Edward is noted as a soldier. Their son John Michael or Michael John was (according to census) born Brecon Barracks c1829/1830. I have been unable to find his baptism in 'Family Search'. By April 1831 they are in Ireland where their second son Dennis is baptised. Also 2nd Aug 1829, in the same parish register, a Joseph Dealy (a nailor) marries Sarah Jones. I am thinking that Joseph and Margaret are siblings. I have been unable to find any further trace of Joseph and Sarah and wonder if anyone has this family in their line? Any information or suggestions would be very welcome. Kind Regards Mary Australia

    03/11/2017 08:55:37
    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley
    2. david heath
    3. Hello Mary Have you considered looking for Edward's Army record ? He was almost certainly in the Royal Artillery being at Brecon Barracks. If you could get his record, that may well show where he was posted. David -----Original Message----- From: "Mary Hart" <[email protected]> Sent: ‎11/‎03/‎2017 15:05 To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Subject: [WLS-BRE] McGrath/Dealy/Daley Hello My 3x grandparents Edward McGrath and Margaret Dealey/Daly were married Brecon St Mary on 16 April 1829. Edward is noted as a soldier. Their son John Michael or Michael John was (according to census) born Brecon Barracks c1829/1830. I have been unable to find his baptism in 'Family Search'. By April 1831 they are in Ireland where their second son Dennis is baptised. Also 2nd Aug 1829, in the same parish register, a Joseph Dealy (a nailor) marries Sarah Jones. I am thinking that Joseph and Margaret are siblings. I have been unable to find any further trace of Joseph and Sarah and wonder if anyone has this family in their line? Any information or suggestions would be very welcome. Kind Regards Mary Australia ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/11/2017 08:26:23
    1. [WLS-BRE] Resignation of List Administrator
    2. John Ball via
    3. Dear List Members, I've been acting as administrator of the WLS-Breconshire, WLS-Montgomeryshire and WLS-Radnorshire lists since 2005, a total of ten years. I now have many other commitments, both domestic and genealogy-related, to which I need to devote more time. I am therefore withdrawing from my administrator roles for these three lists with immediate effect. Until such time as someone volunteers to take on the administration of one or more of these three lists, the lists will be 'up for adoption' and will be administered directly by RootsWeb. If you would like to adopt a list please complete the form available at: http://resources.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/listrequest.pl Kind regards, John -------------------- John Ball, Brecon, Powys, UK E-mail: [email protected] Administrator - RootsWeb's WLS-Breconshire, WLS-Montgomeryshire and WLS-Radnorshire genealogy mailing lists

    08/26/2015 08:11:01
    1. [WLS-BRE] Looking for new WLS-Breconshire List Administrator
    2. John Ball via
    3. Dear Listers, I've been acting as administrator of the WLS-Breconshire List (and the Powys, WLS-Montgomeryshire and WLS-Radnorshire lists) since 2005, a total of ten years. I now have many other commitments, both domestic and genealogy-related, to which I need to devote more time. I therefore intend to withdraw from my list administrator roles at the end of August - or even earlier if possible. I am looking for someone willing to take on the role I have been fulfilling for the past ten years. Only the Powys List is an active list, a very well-behaved one, so the administrator's task is mostly of a 'housekeeping' nature, helping people to subscribe or unsubscribe, and dealing with the occasional list messages that contain malicious links. If you think you'd like to take on the role of list administrator, or if you need more information about the tasks involved, please contact me directly at [email protected] I have informed RootsWeb.com of my decision. I shall remain as a regular member of the Powys List after I have stepped down as administrator, and hope to continue to contribute to the list activity. I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, John -------------------- John Ball, Brecon, Mid-Wales, UK E-mail: [email protected] Personal Homepage: http://www.jlb2011.co.uk Images of Wales: http://www.jlb2011.co.uk/walespic/ Welsh Family History Archive: http://www.jlb2011.co.uk/wales/ Blog: http://johnofbrecon.com Webmaster, Breconshire Local & Family History Society http://www.blfhs.co.uk/ GENUKI Breconshire Maintainer: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/BRE/ Administrator - Powys (and WLS-Breconshire, WLS-Montgomeryshire and WLS-Radnorshire) RootsWeb mailing lists

    07/31/2015 05:08:54
    1. [WLS-BRE] Admin Test - please ignore
    2. John Ball
    3. This is a test message from Admin - please ignore. -------------------- John Ball, Brecon, Mid-Wales, UK Joint Administrator - Powys (& BRE/MGY/RAD) RootsWeb mailing lists

    09/10/2010 03:57:41
    1. [WLS-BRE] Shropshire Family History Society Open Day Sat 6th June2009
    2. Graham Williams (Family History)
    3. This coming Saturday, we will be holding our Annual Open Day at the Shirehall, Shrewsbury (admission £3 on the door). A full array of stands/exhibitors/other Societies/information will be set out around the entrance lobby, foyer, upper landing and all side rooms, speakers in the Council Chamber this year will be Else Churchill 11AM & Dr Geoff Swinfield 2:15PM. Go to www.sfhs.org.uk/openday for more information. Graham WebMaster Shropshire FHS

    06/04/2009 02:34:11
    1. [WLS-BRECONSHIRE] Notice from Admin - We've migrated!
    2. John Ball
    3. Admin Notice ------------------- To subscribers to the following Mailing Lists: WLS-Breconshire WLS-Montgomeryshire WLS-Radnorshire Dear Listers, At 20:20 today (13th September) RootsWeb notified us that this List has been transferred to the new 'Mailman' list management system. Based on our experience with the Powys List, the changeover will have been seamless. Those of you who are subscribed only in Digest Mode will receive any subsequent digests as a continuous plain text message. This is the default digest format for the new system. If you prefer to receive your digest as an e-mail bearing each message as a separate attachment, you will need to request this by writing directly (off list) to the appropriate list adminstrator at one of the following addresses: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Please remember to include the e-mail address under which you are currently subscribed. Without this, we will be unable to identify you. If you haven't already done so, you may wish to take this opportunity to subscribe to the flourishing Powys Mailing List which covers all three of the Mid Wales counties. Find out more at the Powys List webpage - www.jlb2005.plus.com/powyslist.htm Best wishes John Ball and Julie Preston [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Joint Administrators - BRE/MGY/RAD (& Powys) RootsWeb mailing lists

    09/13/2006 05:17:29
    1. IMPORTANT - List Admin Message - PLEASE READ!
    2. John Ball
    3. Admin Notice ------------------- To subscribers to the following Mailing Lists: WLS-Breconshire WLS-Montgomeryshire WLS-Radnorshire Dear Listers Tomorrow, Wednesday 13th September, is 'Migration Day' for this mailing list -- the day on which RootsWeb is scheduled to migrate the List to the new Mailman list management system. We do not know at what time the changeover will occur, merely that it is scheduled for some time tomorrow. The migration process for Lists whose names begin with A to U (e.g. Dyfed, Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, and Powys) has already taken place. In some cases the changeover has not been as trouble-free as one would have hoped, but let's cross our fingers and hope that like the Powys List, the migration of this List goes smoothly. As a List member, you should have received an e-mail notification directly from RootsWeb a few weeks ago, but in case you missed it a copy is appended to the bottom of this e-mail. Please read it and take note of the changes to the List addresses. You may wish to check the Powys Mailing List website (www.jlb2005.plus.com/powyslist.htm) for a reminder of how mailing lists work. If you substitute the name of this list for Powys, where appropriate, the information and addresses given on the website will be correct and up to date. Should any messages be posted to this List after the migration has taken place, you may notice some differences, especially if you are subscribed to the List in Digest mode. By default, Listers subscribed in Digest Mode will receive each digest as a continuous plain text message. If you wish to receive your digest as an e-mail bearing its messages as separate attachment, you will need to request this by writing directly (off list) to the appropriate list adminstrator at one of the following addresses: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] If you are currently subscribed under the same email address to both Mail Mode and Digest Mode, you will no longer receive any Digests because the new system does not allow the same address to be subscribed in both modes. Kind regards John Ball and Julie Preston [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Joint Administrators - BRE/MGY/RAD (& Powys) RootsWeb mailing lists ----- Original Message ----- From: <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2006 12:44 AM Subject: RootsWeb Mailing Lists are being Updated Dear RootsWeb mailing list subscriber, We are excited to announce that in the coming weeks, the RootsWeb.com mailing lists will be moving to a new list management system. Why? The new list management system offers updated technology, better spam control, and more efficient hosting of the lists. When? All the lists won't be updated all at once. In fact, once we start it will take us about two weeks to complete the process. We've posted the additional details about the update and a current update schedule at the link below. http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/migrate_sched.html This page can also be found by following the link found on http://lists.rootsweb.com. If there are any changes to the schedule, we'll update this page to let you know. How will it Affect You? Your current subscription(s) will automatically transfer to the new system so there will be no need to re-subscribe to your list(s), however, because the sending and receiving of list email will be handled by a new system, you may notice a few changes to your list(s). Digest subscribers will notice a small difference in the layout, volume and issue numbers of the list digests. The "-L" is being dropped from the "official" list name. This means the "from" address your mailing list emails come from will be slightly different- [email protected] vs. the current [email protected] You may have to adjust your spam filters or put the new address on your "accept" list to prevent it from being caught in your "junk" folder. This sounds like a big change, but it doesn't have to change the way you use the list. Here's why: - You will still be able to send messages to the list using the "[email protected]" email address you use today. Additionally, you can choose to drop the "-L" and send your messages to [email protected] Both addresses will work after the list has been migrated. - You will still be able to subscribe and unsubscribe to the mail or digest mode by sending your request to [email protected] or [email protected] as you do today. You will also be able to unsubscribe from the mail or digest mode by sending your "unsubscribe" message to [email protected] The tools that list administrators use to manage their list will also be changing. If you are a list admin, you will be contacted in an additional email on Monday with more details and a link to a tutorial. We're excited about the improvements to the lists because we feel confident that they will ensure that the mailing lists continue to run smoothly for years to come. We appreciate your patience while we make this transition and hope that the RootsWeb mailing lists will continue to be a valuable tool in your genealogy research. Thanks, The Rootsweb Staff ********************************************** You received this message from RootsWeb as a one-time email notification of upcoming changes to the mailing list(s) you subscribe to.

    09/12/2006 02:45:56
    1. Fw: RootsWeb Mailing Lists are being Updated
    2. John Ball
    3. Dear Lister, Please take note of the announcement (below) just issued by RootsWeb. You may also receive a separate notification direct from RootsWeb. Kind regards, John Ball Joint Administrator - Powys (& BRE/MGY/RAD) RootsWeb mailing lists ----- Original Message ----- From: <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2006 12:44 AM Subject: RootsWeb Mailing Lists are being Updated Dear RootsWeb mailing list subscriber, We are excited to announce that in the coming weeks, the RootsWeb.com mailing lists will be moving to a new list management system. Why? The new list management system offers updated technology, better spam control, and more efficient hosting of the lists. When? All the lists won't be updated all at once. In fact, once we start it will take us about two weeks to complete the process. We've posted the additional details about the update and a current update schedule at the link below. http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/migrate_sched.html This page can also be found by following the link found on http://lists.rootsweb.com. If there are any changes to the schedule, we'll update this page to let you know. How will it Affect You? Your current subscription(s) will automatically transfer to the new system so there will be no need to re-subscribe to your list(s), however, because the sending and receiving of list email will be handled by a new system, you may notice a few changes to your list(s). Digest subscribers will notice a small difference in the layout, volume and issue numbers of the list digests. The "-L" is being dropped from the "official" list name. This means the "from" address your mailing list emails come from will be slightly different- [email protected] vs. the current [email protected] You may have to adjust your spam filters or put the new address on your "accept" list to prevent it from being caught in your "junk" folder. This sounds like a big change, but it doesn't have to change the way you use the list. Here's why: - You will still be able to send messages to the list using the "[email protected]" email address you use today. Additionally, you can choose to drop the "-L" and send your messages to [email protected] Both addresses will work after the list has been migrated. - You will still be able to subscribe and unsubscribe to the mail or digest mode by sending your request to [email protected] or [email protected] as you do today. You will also be able to unsubscribe from the mail or digest mode by sending your "unsubscribe" message to [email protected] The tools that list administrators use to manage their list will also be changing. If you are a list admin, you will be contacted in an additional email on Monday with more details and a link to a tutorial. We're excited about the improvements to the lists because we feel confident that they will ensure that the mailing lists continue to run smoothly for years to come. We appreciate your patience while we make this transition and hope that the RootsWeb mailing lists will continue to be a valuable tool in your genealogy research. Thanks, The Rootsweb Staff ********************************************** You received this message from RootsWeb as a one-time email notification of upcoming changes to the mailing list(s) you subscribe to.

    08/12/2006 06:32:37
    1. Gwent Family History Fair
    2. Carol O'Neill
    3. Is next Saturday at County Hall, Cwmbran, over 50 stalls. A must if you have Welsh in your tree. Full details here. http://www.rootsweb.com/~wlsgfhs/OpenDay.htm Best Wishes Carol O'Neill www.genealogyprinters.com

    06/05/2006 01:20:54
    1. Rootsweb Alert - Faked Mail Notice [cross posting]
    2. Julie Preston
    3. Dear Listers: Please note: From the Rootsweb Help Desk http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/ ####################### 1 Faked mail: 2006-05-02 Fake mail addressed from RootsWeb Abuse Department It has come to our attention that RootsWeb is suffering from a low-life attempt to infect its users by sending them to an infected website. Basically, if you see mail that is reputedly being stated as being from the RootsWeb Abuse Department and telling you to confirm your email by clicking a link, then just delete it. Please DO NOT click the link. Thanks. Est. downtime: 1 week(s) ####################### Julie Preston [email protected] Joint List Administrator, Powys, BRE, MGY & RAD

    05/03/2006 04:02:32
    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] Rootsweb Alert - Faked Mail Notice [cross posting]
    2. Jerri Linke
    3. thanks for the heads up! appreciate it! ----- Original Message ----- From: "Julie Preston" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 9:02 AM Subject: [WLS-BRE] Rootsweb Alert - Faked Mail Notice [cross posting] > > > Dear Listers: > > Please note: > >>From the Rootsweb Help Desk > http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/ > > ####################### > 1 Faked mail: > 2006-05-02 > Fake mail addressed from RootsWeb Abuse Department > It has come to our attention that RootsWeb is suffering from a low-life > attempt to infect its users by sending them to an infected website. > Basically, if you see mail that is reputedly being stated as being from > the > RootsWeb Abuse Department and telling you to confirm your email by > clicking > a link, then just delete it. Please DO NOT click the link. Thanks. > Est. downtime: 1 week(s) > ####################### > > > Julie Preston > [email protected] > Joint List Administrator, Powys, BRE, MGY & RAD > >

    05/03/2006 03:18:04
    1. Fw: New Mailing List: PROBERT
    2. Julie Preston
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: Rosemary Probert To: [email protected] Sent: Sunday, April 02, 2006 4:57 PM Subject: New Mailing List: PROBERT Forwarding for Rosemary Probert to announce a new PROBERT list. ----------------------------------------------- Hello Friends! I'm writing to let you know about a new mailing list for PROBERT researchers. It is open to all who are interested in researching this family name in the United Kingdom. Standard RootsWeb subscription -- details as follows To subscribe send an email to [email protected] that contains (in the body of the message) the command subscribe and no additional text. for Digest mode: Send a message to [email protected] that contains (in the body of the message) the command subscribe and no additional text. Looking forward to hearing from YOU! Rosemary Probert Northumberland UK Administrator: [email protected] ......................................

    04/02/2006 12:28:30
    1. HUGHES born in Breconshire
    2. Shirley Johnson
    3. Can sks give me any idea what a family was doing in 1862 through 1866 in Breconshire? My gr-gr grandfather, Gordon S Hughes,was with the 92nd Highland Regiment (now Gordon Highlanders). Both he and his wife were born in England, however their 3 eldest sons (James Annesley, Francis & Frederick) were born in Llandefalsg according th the 1881 census. Can anyone enlighten me? The only connection I can find would have been his step-father, John Lloyd Vaughan Watkins, who was alive until 1865, although his mother was deceased since 1855 so that seems a little unlikely. I'd really appreciate the assistance of anyone with more expertise than me. Shirley Carson Johnson Canada

    02/24/2006 12:19:27
    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] Changes to mailing list
    2. Jack Hayes
    3. Hi ..... Su The Pugh family were living in Brecon town... Owen Pugh, (b) 1811 Llanarth, Cardiganshire, Wales. wife Elizabeth Walters (b) 1813 Cydweli, Carmarthenshire, Children Anne Pugh 1835 Mary Pugh 1841 Letice Pugh 1842 Sarah Pugh 1843 David Pugh 1848 Rees Beynon Pugh 1854 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (1861 census of Brecknock) Living at Mount Pleasant, Brecon Ref:- /f53/p25, Brecon Piece No: RG9:4212 Enumeration District David Pugh aged 13 (s) (b) Llandingad, Carmarthen Elizabeth Pugh aged 48 (Wife) (b) Cydweli, Camarthen Letice Pugh aged 19 (dau) (b) Llandingad, Carmarthen Mary Pugh aged 20 (dau) (b) Llandingad, Carmarthen Owen Pugh aged 50 (Head) Wheelwright, (b) Llanarth, Cardigan Rees Pugh aged 7 (s) (b) Llandingad, Carmarthen Sarah Pugh aged 18 (dau) (b) Llandingad, Carmarthen Best wishes .Jack

    02/12/2006 02:27:11
    1. Re: [WLS-BRE] Changes to mailing list
    2. su scrivens
    3. Hi Jack, Which Pughs are you researching? Su (Also researching Pugh) Jack Hayes <[email protected]> wrote: Hi ...List I'm sure the amalgamation of these lists will benefit all counties, the boundaries moved over the years especially Brecknock who overlapped more than one county, people moved over boundaries, this must be an benefit and asset to all concerned! I wish it all the best ...go for it! Best wishes ... Jack Hayes Researching......... Hayes & Pugh in Brecon --------------------------------- Yahoo! Photos – NEW, now offering a quality print service from just 8p a photo.

    02/12/2006 12:14:52
    1. Changes to Mid-Wales mailing lists - Let's go for it!
    2. John Ball
    3. **To BRE, MGY, and RAD Lists** 11:50 am Friday 10 Feb 2005 Message from Julie Preston and John Ball (List Adminstrators) Good morning Listers, Thanks to all of you who have let us know your views. The general feeling is that we should 'go for it', make a start on implementing the proposed changes, and see how we go. The first step is to make sure you are subscribed to the Powys List. To subscribe, compose an e-mail containing just the one word SUBSCRIBE and send it to: [email protected] for mail mode or [email protected] for digest mode We have set up a new webpage for the Powys List - http://www.jlb2005.plus.com/powyslist.htm - which contains useful information about the running of the list, including a section on joining and leaving the list. You can subscribe from there if you're not already with Powys. The webpage also includes a "Do's and Don'ts" section: it would be very helpful if everyone had a look at that please - no excuses for NOT getting the right county code in the subject lines! You may wish to refer to the Powys List webpage from time to time so please bookmark it in your 'Favourites' for future reference. We'll probably add other relevant items as we think of them. Once you've subscribed to the Powys List, send all future mail to [email protected] As we've said before, the BRE, MGY, and RAD lists are NOT being closed. They are unlikely to be carrying much list mail but it is entirely up to you to decide whether to unsubscribe. Unsubscribe by composing a message containing just the one word UNSUBSCRIBE and send it to one (or more) of the following addresses: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Change the L to D if you are subscribed in digest mode. See you on the Powys List :o) Julie Preston and John Ball Joint Administrators, Powys, BRE, MGY, and RAD lists.

    02/11/2006 11:01:15