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  1. rootsweb-help A list where you can request assistance in creating and/or maintaining your web site hosted on the Rootsweb.com servers. Subjects range from very basic questions on creating and uploading your first web page, to advanced web authoring techniques using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Javascript (JS), and media queries for mobile friendly sites. The list is for help with technical problems and questions about genealogy research are off topic.
  2. images-online-help Images enrich our genealogy and family research, but can be tricky to pre-process, upload and display brilliantly in websites and other online assets. Here you can ask for help and offer advice to other researchers as we learn together about tools, software and best practices.
  3. ftm-2008-help A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the ftm-2008-help surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  4. uk-census-ss-help A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the uk-census-ss-help surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  5. freepages-help The list where you can request assistance in creating and maintaining your Freepages web site. Subjects range from very basic questions on creating and uploading your first web page, to advanced web authoring techniques using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Javascript (JS), and media queries for mobile friendly sites. This list is for help with technical problems and questions about genealogy research are off topic.
  6. gen-irc Help list for discussing how to use IRC (Internet Relay Chat) as a tool to further your genealogical research, including software, connecting, chat schedules, software tips and tricks, and how to schedule your own special topic chat.
  7. irc-rw Help list for discussion of IRC (Internet Relay Chat) genealogical chat at Rootsweb, including software, connecting, chat schedules, software tips and tricks, other genealogical chats, how to schedule your own special-topic chat. The server is irc.linkpendium.com (port 6667) - password: roots
  8. indearbo Welcome! We are the former Rootsweb list, INDEARBO. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Dearborn County, Indiana and surrounding regions.
  9. old-english For help with reading and interpreting old documents in English
  10. cornish-ancestors This list is for discussing research involving a person's Cornish Ancestors, to help in genealogical research.
  11. orcrook There are only SIX (6) definite rules on this list. 1. No flaming, abuse or Spam. "Non gen" is permitted so long as it is "relevant" to family history, but should be prefixed as such. 2. Post all replies to the list UNLESS the posting mailer specifically states that they want to be contacted off list. 3.When responding to a message board post, click on the link and respond on the board. The message will then come to the list. 4. Please, NO discussions on virus's. Should a list member be infected, please mail me orcrook-admin@rootsweb.com and the appropriate action will be taken. 5. "out of office" messages are not allowed. If you go on vacation, please unsubscribe. These messages will cause you to be bounced off the list. Remember these messages are archived 6. Please, when you are responding back to the list, remove the footers from the message you are responding to. It makes the reading of the posts cleaner, especially, for digest mode.
  12. alsachat https://alsach.at/ The Alsachat project is based around weekly chats on IRC (Internet Relay Chat): IRC://irc.rootsweb.com or irc://irc.linkpendium.com (password roots). Our common interest is the Alsace, now in France, sometimes in the past, part of Germany. Join the new group at https://alsace-lorraine.groups.io/g/Alsachat
  13. caribbean A study aid for family history in the Caribbean with an emphasis on the Colonial period . The list aimed to help direct people toward fruitful sources and connections.
  14. golden The purpose of this list is to allow all those researching the GOLDEN surname to exchange information and help each other find new connections.
  15. smothers Smothers is sometimes written a number of ways in various data especially in census as Smoother, Smoothers, Smother, even at times seen as Smith, Smither, Smithers, Smuthers, when they really are Smothers. Our list and sharing with one another can help each other to break down these spelling barriers and help one another find the ancestors they seek in relationships. Comparing notes on the list with others can aid in this discovery, especially one another's paper trails can help especially newer folks just getting into research, find the various spelling errors a bit confusing and by sharing on list hope to bring some clarifications for them in their continued research.
  16. cotyroneireland A mailing list for the discussion of Co. Tyrone, Ireland, genealogy and history research. Share resources, get and give help to others, and connect with a community of like-minded people. Come join us, we are a very friendly group!
  17. cagle The research of Cagle, and allied families beginning with our earliest ancestor Leonhart Kegel. Please use: cagle@rootsweb.com To tell the members about your research, and where you may need help. Earl D. Cagle Sr. List Administrator
  18. christiansen This is a free group set up in hope to help members come together and share information on these family names. Please, no flaming, bullying or inappropriate language. If you would like to participate in tracing these family lines, please subscribe and join in. Thank you.
  19. irl-cavan This is genealogy list for County Cavan, Ireland. Discussions will center around available records, geography of the county, surnames, family history, and searching for connections. Many members, knowledgeable about the county will also help others with their questions. List admin, Pat Connors, is at: nymets11@pacbell.net or nymets22@google.com
  20. freebmd-syndicates This list is a forum for FreeBMD Syndicate co-ordinators and includes discussion of strategic direction in allocating quarters to syndicates, and policy regarding error correction. Also provides mutual help and advice for co-ordinators. Subscription to this list is restricted to Syndicate Co-ordinators, their nominated assistants and those involved in central administration.