Pitt County Cemetery Survey--index
- "Having surnames on website would AID in help and sales
Joel in GA"
I bet it would help sales, as well as saving Liz a lot of time, energy and
future emails, especially with the NUMBERS beside the SURNAME, as Liz has
been posting in her email replies --online on the WEBSITE! Then she could
just send anyone with a ? the link!
Anyone else think this is a good idea?
Is it doable Liz?
*** Paying forward genealogical acts of kindness in memory of Levis Allen
Researching Fields, Speight (7 different lines done back to first Speight to
come to America...if anyone needs info email me, but please be patient!),
Beaman and Sawrey/Sorrow/ (various spellings), Lang, Whitley, Rouse,
Braxton, Galloway, Eason, and related lines in Greene, Lenoir and Pitt
Counties and elsewhere.
*Whoever said "Seek and ye shall find" was not a genealogist..............
16 gg grandparents:
32 ggg grandparents:
64 gggg grandparents:
128 ggggg grandparents:
256 gggggg grandparents:
512 ggggggg grandparents:
1024 gggggggg grandparents:
2058 ggggggggg grandparents:
4096 gggggggggg grandparents:
and people ask me,
"Isn't your family tree finished yet?"
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2007 8:12 PM
Subject: Re: [NCEDGECO] Pitt County Cemetery Survey--index
Having surnames on website would AID in help and sales
Joel in GA
From: Elizabeth Sparrow liz_sparrow@...>
Sent: Sat, 1 Sep 2007 7:20 am
Subject: [NCEDGECO] Pitt County Cemetery Survey--index
I checked the following surnames in the indexes, and these are the number
By the way, if anyone wants to see information about the four books
published by the Pitt County Historical Society, please visit our web site
and click on Publications: