RE: FTM handout about planning family books
I would like a coy if you would be so kind.
From: owner-dist-gen@... [mailto:owner-dist-gen@...] On
Behalf Of E.Rodier
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2003 6:16 PM
Subject: FTM handout about planning family books
6 pm I'm still snowed in by an accumulation of six inches of snow on the
driveway but the FTM group's handout is available as a 2 page RTF
if anyone wants to send a private e-mail request for it.
Made good progress on the 1906 census today, currently working on page
Calgary sub-section 22, the town of Didsbury. Names of people in family
groups related to Aunt Vera are being copied from the Excel
and pasted to FTM notes. Some of them can be identified in 1881 census
and the 1901 Alberta census transcription.
Eventually a family book will have an image of each census household
the Internet or scanned microfilm copy so readers can "see" what I
Spelling of names is highly variable from one census to another and
sometimes there are conflicts in birth location or age.
Rene helped me find Uncle Joe who was with the Army in England at the
of 1901 census. He wrote his memoirs about the Boer War in 1967. Census
a list of the men (and a few of their families) 146Th, 147Th and 148Th
Battery R F A. Joe's address was RA Hut Barracks Ewshott, Hampshire. --
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Taylor" Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2003 8:34 AM
Subject: SPRING SNOW - MEETING IS CANCELLED
IN CASE ANYONE IS CHECKING FOR MESSAGE RE
FAMILY TREE MAKER MEETING THIS MORNING ....
After calls from the south and the north - the reports are
not good and so the consensus has been to call it off.