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- Aug 1, 2013 Expand MessagesView SourceTo all our old and new members,
thanks for being a part of this Genealogy eGroup where you can
make many helpful connections.
1 - Fellow Researchers. Read their MESSAGES online, search through
them by key word, reply to them directly or post a message to the
whole group of your own.
2 - Many Links. You will find many good ones in our BOOKMARK
collection to which you are welcome to add new ones if they are
suitable and would complement our collection
3 - Add your own information to our DATABASE and complete your
own personal user PROFILE so you can read what others have
entered. Do it NOW so it will be a REAL resource to the group.
Have you made any discoveries? Why not share them with us? We'd
like to know how you did it ... it may help a number of us to
read about it. Do you have any questions? Post them to the group
as well. Introduce yourself frst, tell us how you got to this
point with your research and offer to help others in their search
if you like to get some help from them.
You will get more valuable information when you ask about possible
ways and methods to conduct your research, how you should best go
about finding specific types of records in different places, or
how to best publish your own data online so others can find it.
If you have a list of surnames, you can start by using the ancestry
message boards at http://boards.ancestry.com and by adding them to
our online group DATABASE.
When replying to a message, take note that by default it will ONLY
go to the person who posted it BUT you can select the whole group
instead as the recepeant and so you should if we can all learn a
thing or two from your reply.
How many of your online contacts are interested in family research?
Why not ask your genealogy friends to join our eGroup? Get an
eGroup button for your email signature file or a sign-up box
for your web page. Just visit our online web site at
and click on PROMOTE ... you will see all the HTML code there
for both of these great promotional tools.
Franz Hrazdira - AtGen Admin