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  • Dianne
    Hi, I am a new subber and would like to introduce myself. I am Dianne and live in Ak and am actively researching for 3 families, including my own. I have
    Message 1 of 10 , Jul 8, 2004
      Hi, I am a new subber and would like to introduce myself.

      I am Dianne and live in Ak and am actively researching for 3 families, including my own. I have lots to learn and would like the support of others doing the same thing
      as the search can often be frustrating. for example: every time i think i am close to info the various web sites pop up and tell you how much it cost to sub to acquire the info i am looking for. problem is, i don't know which resources supply what info as well as which ones might be on the "best to sub to" list. Also, I have no trouble finding Cherokee links but can't begin to find the right Chippewa info sites.

      Any help and commraderie is much appreciated,
      Dianne


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    • Faye Parker
      Is there a mailing list for chippewa? Proud member of the IBSSG ... Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - You care about security. So do we. [Non-text portions of this
      Message 2 of 10 , Jul 8, 2004
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      • Leslie Johnson
        Hey, This is Leslie And I have been haveing the same problems. I have been lookin for my father for about 5 years with no leads. I did how ever have some
        Message 3 of 10 , Jul 8, 2004
          Hey, This is Leslie And I have been haveing the same problems. I have been lookin for my father for about 5 years with no leads. I did how ever have some luck with www.switchboard.com. It got a little closer to where I need to be I hope it does the same for you.

          Sincerly,
          Leslie

          Dianne <silvertipgrizz@...> wrote:
          Hi, I am a new subber and would like to introduce myself.

          I am Dianne and live in Ak and am actively researching for 3 families, including my own. I have lots to learn and would like the support of others doing the same thing
          as the search can often be frustrating. for example: every time i think i am close to info the various web sites pop up and tell you how much it cost to sub to acquire the info i am looking for. problem is, i don't know which resources supply what info as well as which ones might be on the "best to sub to" list. Also, I have no trouble finding Cherokee links but can't begin to find the right Chippewa info sites.

          Any help and commraderie is much appreciated,
          Dianne


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        • Ruth Clements
          Welcome Dianne, I know how you feel. I have hit a brick wall myself. I found A LOT of my family on www.familysearch.com They are the Mormon Library and I
          Message 4 of 10 , Jul 8, 2004
            Welcome Dianne,
            I know how you feel. I have hit a brick wall myself. I found A LOT of my family on www.familysearch.com They are the Mormon Library and I recommend them. It is a free site which is also nice. I have traced my mother's side (Boardman and Brooks) back to 1561. I am now trying to work on my father's side and I hit a wall right away. I can't get past his grandparents. (Gillooly) They are from County Cork Ireland, but no one has ever heard of the name before.
            Good luck in your search. Ruth

            Dianne <silvertipgrizz@...> wrote:
            Hi, I am a new subber and would like to introduce myself.

            I am Dianne and live in Ak and am actively researching for 3 families, including my own. I have lots to learn and would like the support of others doing the same thing
            as the search can often be frustrating. for example: every time i think i am close to info the various web sites pop up and tell you how much it cost to sub to acquire the info i am looking for. problem is, i don't know which resources supply what info as well as which ones might be on the "best to sub to" list. Also, I have no trouble finding Cherokee links but can't begin to find the right Chippewa info sites.

            Any help and commraderie is much appreciated,
            Dianne


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          • L@nice
            Ruth, Are your Brooks from Tenn. by any chance? Thanks, ~~Lanice ... From: Ruth Clements To: genealogyresearchclub@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, July 08,
            Message 5 of 10 , Jul 9, 2004
              Ruth,
              Are your Brooks from Tenn. by any chance?
              Thanks,
              ~~Lanice
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              Sent: Thursday, July 08, 2004 7:21 PM
              Subject: Re: [Genealogy Research Club] genealogy research


              Welcome Dianne,
              I know how you feel. I have hit a brick wall myself. I found A LOT of my family on www.familysearch.com They are the Mormon Library and I recommend them. It is a free site which is also nice. I have traced my mother's side (Boardman and Brooks) back to 1561. I am now trying to work on my father's side and I hit a wall right away. I can't get past his grandparents. (Gillooly) They are from County Cork Ireland, but no one has ever heard of the name before.
              Good luck in your search. Ruth

              Dianne <silvertipgrizz@...> wrote:
              Hi, I am a new subber and would like to introduce myself.

              I am Dianne and live in Ak and am actively researching for 3 families, including my own. I have lots to learn and would like the support of others doing the same thing
              as the search can often be frustrating. for example: every time i think i am close to info the various web sites pop up and tell you how much it cost to sub to acquire the info i am looking for. problem is, i don't know which resources supply what info as well as which ones might be on the "best to sub to" list. Also, I have no trouble finding Cherokee links but can't begin to find the right Chippewa info sites.

              Any help and commraderie is much appreciated,
              Dianne


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            • Tina Paxton
              Hi Dianne, I m very familiar with the brickwall! I ve gotten more than one headache running headlong into them. There are sources of free genealogy research
              Message 6 of 10 , Jul 9, 2004
                Hi Dianne,

                I'm very familiar with the brickwall! I've gotten more than one headache
                running headlong into them.

                There are sources of free genealogy research online...and there are people
                who have memberships to those pay-sites that will do look ups for you.
                Maybe not as easy as doing the lookups yourself, but if you are like me and
                unable to afford to pay, it's sure nice to have folks willing to help.

                www.census-online.com will give you access to all the census' that have been
                uploaded to the web for free access. Again, these are thanks to the labors
                of other genealogists who have transcribed census' and then made them
                available for free for us. Not as complete as the files at ancestry.com but
                much cheaper. I look here before asking someone to do a lookup for me.

                Ruth mentioned the www.familysearch.com site. I've not gotten much from it
                but others find allot. It is certainly worth the time to look.

                www.glorecords.blm.gov is the site for the Bureau of Land Management. You
                can look up orginal land grants/patents for a number of states. And, you
                can get a copy of the grant/patent -- many are viewable/downloadable from
                the site. Even better, though, is what this government agency did for me.
                I discovered that the ancestor that I was looking for for 10 years had a
                homestead in the Dakotas. By getting his complete file, I also received his
                naturalization papers. It was a goldmine for me.

                www.usgenweb.com is great. I use their national archives search and have
                found some wonderful stuff there. All for free because of the generous work
                of other genealogists. I believe they are now linked with another free
                genealogy site: www.rootsweb.com. rootsweb.com is where you will find
                message boards -- including one for "lookups". Post what you are needing to
                find, and someone will look for you on those pay sites.

                Oh, over at rootsweb is a a search engine called "worldconnect". Very
                helpful. I like to enter the place names minus names so that it will pull
                up all the people who are in the database who was in the area at the time
                I'm interested in. Amazing what you can find this way -- families that
                moved together, etc.

                www.cyndislist.com is a place to find tons of links to websites for whatever
                it is you need -- and many you didn't realize you needed until you see them
                there.

                Learning how to "google" can also help. Case in point: recently I learned
                that an great-great-aunt had gone to teach in the Philippines. The how and
                why I hadn't a clue. So, I went to yahoo and put in "1901 Philippines
                American teachers" and came up with a website: www.thomasite100.org.
                There, I learned about this group of American teachers that went to the
                Philippines. That website has photos of the ships log, including the
                passenger list. I found my aunt on that list, plus the college she had
                attend, the year she graduated, the degree she earned, and (from another
                part of the log) that she was a "get involved" kind of lady. It's amazing
                what is available online if only one can find it.

                Hope that helps,

                Tina
                researching: Paxton, Ent, Brown, Week, Ryal, Moore
              • Joan L. Asche
                If I may just add a word of caution concerning LDS based on personal experience. Some of the data available is submitted by individuals who may or may not be
                Message 7 of 10 , Jul 9, 2004
                  If I may just add a word of caution concerning LDS based on personal
                  experience. Some of the data available is submitted by individuals who
                  may or may not be overly concerned with accuracy.

                  I have found mistakes concerning some data concerning my own family.
                  When I contacted the submitted they were less than open to my
                  information even though I have in my files the actual document. I have
                  seen this same error being reproduced on other internet sources.

                  It is always best to use such data as a guide especially if no source
                  documentation is available.



                  Ruth Clements wrote on 7/8/2004, 8:21 PM:

                  > Welcome Dianne,
                  > I know how you feel. I have hit a brick wall myself. I found A LOT of
                  > my family on www.familysearch.com They are the Mormon Library and I
                  > recommend them. It is a free site which is also nice. I have traced my
                  > mother's side (Boardman and Brooks) back to 1561. I am now trying to
                  > work on my father's side and I hit a wall right away. I can't get past
                  > his grandparents. (Gillooly) They are from County Cork Ireland, but no
                  > one has ever heard of the name before.
                  > Good luck in your search. Ruth
                  >
                  > Dianne <silvertipgrizz@...> wrote:
                  > Hi, I am a new subber and would like to introduce myself.
                  >
                  > I am Dianne and live in Ak and am actively researching for 3 families,
                  > including my own. I have lots to learn and would like the support of
                  > others doing the same thing
                  > as the search can often be frustrating. for example: every time i
                  > think i am close to info the various web sites pop up and tell you how
                  > much it cost to sub to acquire the info i am looking for. problem is,
                  > i don't know which resources supply what info as well as which ones
                  > might be on the "best to sub to" list. Also, I have no trouble
                  > finding Cherokee links but can't begin to find the right Chippewa info
                  > sites.
                  >
                  > Any help and commraderie is much appreciated,
                  > Dianne
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                • sue baker
                  Hi Tina, I was looking at the replys from people for this group.Thank you for the information that you gave to Dianne. I am sure it will be of help to me in
                  Message 8 of 10 , Jul 10, 2004
                    Hi Tina,

                    I was looking at the replys from people for this
                    group.Thank you for the information that you gave to
                    Dianne. I am sure it will be of help to me in my
                    research.
                    Sue Baker
                    --- Tina Paxton <Frecs@...> wrote:
                    > Hi Dianne,
                    >
                    > I'm very familiar with the brickwall! I've gotten
                    > more than one headache
                    > running headlong into them.
                    >
                    > There are sources of free genealogy research
                    > online...and there are people
                    > who have memberships to those pay-sites that will do
                    > look ups for you.
                    > Maybe not as easy as doing the lookups yourself, but
                    > if you are like me and
                    > unable to afford to pay, it's sure nice to have
                    > folks willing to help.
                    >
                    > www.census-online.com will give you access to all
                    > the census' that have been
                    > uploaded to the web for free access. Again, these
                    > are thanks to the labors
                    > of other genealogists who have transcribed census'
                    > and then made them
                    > available for free for us. Not as complete as the
                    > files at ancestry.com but
                    > much cheaper. I look here before asking someone to
                    > do a lookup for me.
                    >
                    > Ruth mentioned the www.familysearch.com site. I've
                    > not gotten much from it
                    > but others find allot. It is certainly worth the
                    > time to look.
                    >
                    > www.glorecords.blm.gov is the site for the Bureau of
                    > Land Management. You
                    > can look up orginal land grants/patents for a number
                    > of states. And, you
                    > can get a copy of the grant/patent -- many are
                    > viewable/downloadable from
                    > the site. Even better, though, is what this
                    > government agency did for me.
                    > I discovered that the ancestor that I was looking
                    > for for 10 years had a
                    > homestead in the Dakotas. By getting his complete
                    > file, I also received his
                    > naturalization papers. It was a goldmine for me.
                    >
                    > www.usgenweb.com is great. I use their national
                    > archives search and have
                    > found some wonderful stuff there. All for free
                    > because of the generous work
                    > of other genealogists. I believe they are now
                    > linked with another free
                    > genealogy site: www.rootsweb.com. rootsweb.com is
                    > where you will find
                    > message boards -- including one for "lookups". Post
                    > what you are needing to
                    > find, and someone will look for you on those pay
                    > sites.
                    >
                    > Oh, over at rootsweb is a a search engine called
                    > "worldconnect". Very
                    > helpful. I like to enter the place names minus
                    > names so that it will pull
                    > up all the people who are in the database who was in
                    > the area at the time
                    > I'm interested in. Amazing what you can find this
                    > way -- families that
                    > moved together, etc.
                    >
                    > www.cyndislist.com is a place to find tons of links
                    > to websites for whatever
                    > it is you need -- and many you didn't realize you
                    > needed until you see them
                    > there.
                    >
                    > Learning how to "google" can also help. Case in
                    > point: recently I learned
                    > that an great-great-aunt had gone to teach in the
                    > Philippines. The how and
                    > why I hadn't a clue. So, I went to yahoo and put in
                    > "1901 Philippines
                    > American teachers" and came up with a website:
                    > www.thomasite100.org.
                    > There, I learned about this group of American
                    > teachers that went to the
                    > Philippines. That website has photos of the ships
                    > log, including the
                    > passenger list. I found my aunt on that list, plus
                    > the college she had
                    > attend, the year she graduated, the degree she
                    > earned, and (from another
                    > part of the log) that she was a "get involved" kind
                    > of lady. It's amazing
                    > what is available online if only one can find it.
                    >
                    > Hope that helps,
                    >
                    > Tina
                    > researching: Paxton, Ent, Brown, Week, Ryal, Moore
                    >
                    >




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                  • Dianne
                    You re sure right about amazing what info is out there IF YOU CAN FIND IT . Thanks to all who sent info. I will spend the next week i m sure searching all
                    Message 9 of 10 , Jul 11, 2004
                      You're sure right about "amazing what info is out there IF YOU CAN FIND IT".

                      Thanks to all who sent info. I will spend the next week i'm sure searching all sites. I did find most of my email.......microsoft glitch my tech supt tells me.

                      I hope I didn't miss any info from you all. I lost about 30 emails.

                      dianne


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                      From: sue baker
                      To: genealogyresearchclub@yahoogroups.com
                      Sent: Saturday, July 10, 2004 8:46 PM
                      Subject: Re: [Genealogy Research Club] genealogy research


                      Hi Tina,

                      I was looking at the replys from people for this
                      group.Thank you for the information that you gave to
                      Dianne. I am sure it will be of help to me in my
                      research.
                      Sue Baker
                      --- Tina Paxton <Frecs@...> wrote:
                      > Hi Dianne,
                      >
                      > I'm very familiar with the brickwall! I've gotten
                      > more than one headache
                      > running headlong into them.
                      >
                      > There are sources of free genealogy research
                      > online...and there are people
                      > who have memberships to those pay-sites that will do
                      > look ups for you.
                      > Maybe not as easy as doing the lookups yourself, but
                      > if you are like me and
                      > unable to afford to pay, it's sure nice to have
                      > folks willing to help.
                      >
                      > www.census-online.com will give you access to all
                      > the census' that have been
                      > uploaded to the web for free access. Again, these
                      > are thanks to the labors
                      > of other genealogists who have transcribed census'
                      > and then made them
                      > available for free for us. Not as complete as the
                      > files at ancestry.com but
                      > much cheaper. I look here before asking someone to
                      > do a lookup for me.
                      >
                      > Ruth mentioned the www.familysearch.com site. I've
                      > not gotten much from it
                      > but others find allot. It is certainly worth the
                      > time to look.
                      >
                      > www.glorecords.blm.gov is the site for the Bureau of
                      > Land Management. You
                      > can look up orginal land grants/patents for a number
                      > of states. And, you
                      > can get a copy of the grant/patent -- many are
                      > viewable/downloadable from
                      > the site. Even better, though, is what this
                      > government agency did for me.
                      > I discovered that the ancestor that I was looking
                      > for for 10 years had a
                      > homestead in the Dakotas. By getting his complete
                      > file, I also received his
                      > naturalization papers. It was a goldmine for me.
                      >
                      > www.usgenweb.com is great. I use their national
                      > archives search and have
                      > found some wonderful stuff there. All for free
                      > because of the generous work
                      > of other genealogists. I believe they are now
                      > linked with another free
                      > genealogy site: www.rootsweb.com. rootsweb.com is
                      > where you will find
                      > message boards -- including one for "lookups". Post
                      > what you are needing to
                      > find, and someone will look for you on those pay
                      > sites.
                      >
                      > Oh, over at rootsweb is a a search engine called
                      > "worldconnect". Very
                      > helpful. I like to enter the place names minus
                      > names so that it will pull
                      > up all the people who are in the database who was in
                      > the area at the time
                      > I'm interested in. Amazing what you can find this
                      > way -- families that
                      > moved together, etc.
                      >
                      > www.cyndislist.com is a place to find tons of links
                      > to websites for whatever
                      > it is you need -- and many you didn't realize you
                      > needed until you see them
                      > there.
                      >
                      > Learning how to "google" can also help. Case in
                      > point: recently I learned
                      > that an great-great-aunt had gone to teach in the
                      > Philippines. The how and
                      > why I hadn't a clue. So, I went to yahoo and put in
                      > "1901 Philippines
                      > American teachers" and came up with a website:
                      > www.thomasite100.org.
                      > There, I learned about this group of American
                      > teachers that went to the
                      > Philippines. That website has photos of the ships
                      > log, including the
                      > passenger list. I found my aunt on that list, plus
                      > the college she had
                      > attend, the year she graduated, the degree she
                      > earned, and (from another
                      > part of the log) that she was a "get involved" kind
                      > of lady. It's amazing
                      > what is available online if only one can find it.
                      >
                      > Hope that helps,
                      >
                      > Tina
                      > researching: Paxton, Ent, Brown, Week, Ryal, Moore
                      >
                      >




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                    • Tina Paxton
                      I m glad you found it helpful. I also hope it helps in your research. Tina Researching: Paxtons, Browns, Ents, Weeks, and Ryals.
                      Message 10 of 10 , Jul 11, 2004
                        I'm glad you found it helpful. I also hope it helps in your research.

                        Tina
                        Researching: Paxtons, Browns, Ents, Weeks, and Ryals.

                        on 7/11/04 12:46 AM, sue baker at bingo_mom_1@... wrote:

                        > Hi Tina,
                        >
                        > I was looking at the replys from people for this
                        > group.Thank you for the information that you gave to
                        > Dianne. I am sure it will be of help to me in my
                        > research.
                        > Sue Baker
                        > --- Tina Paxton <Frecs@...> wrote:
                        >> Hi Dianne,
                        >>
                        >> I'm very familiar with the brickwall! I've gotten
                        >> more than one headache
                        >> running headlong into them.
                        >>
                        >> There are sources of free genealogy research
                        >> online...and there are people
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