Mary, Could you clarify a bit? Did your email mean that in the link you sent
along in this message the automatic updates were working and just the previous
were not? Or, do we need to figure out the link to take advantage of the
updates? best, cheryl o7o
From: woofer95828 <rvndwell@...
Sent: Sat, August 21, 2010 8:03:10 PM
Subject: [genpcncfir] Re: Fw: 300+ more family Bible records added to digital
North Carolina Family Records collection
In the link given below, the automatic update might not be working.
--- In email@example.com, "Jewelle Baker" <jewellebaker@...> wrote:
> Hello Group......
> Another "gem" found for you...... perhaps we all need to send our family Bible
>records to the NC Family Records OnLine....
> very interesting......
> Enjoy your summer .... not much left.... school begins here next week :)
> Researching: (Main Capitalized)
> BAKER, Barrow, BEAMAN, BLOUNT, Bonner, Bours, Braxton, CANNON, Carraway,
> COX, Chester, Dail, ELLIS, Faircloth, Gardner, HANCOCK, HARDEE, Hardison,
> Harris, Harper, Harrington, Heath, Hollyman (all sp), JACKSON, Johnson,
> Jones, Letchworth, Manning, McGLOHON (all sp), McGOWAN, McKeel, Mills,
> Mitchell, Mumford, PHILLIPS, Price, Shaw, Smith, Sumrell, Stocks, Stokes,
> Tyson, Vandiford, Walls, Walston, Weeks, Wilkerson, WINGATE, Wetherington,
> Worthington, plus ++++
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: C
> To: Info, Digital
> Sent: Monday, August 16, 2010 11:36 AM
> Subject: 300+ more family Bible records added to digital North Carolina Family
> 300+ more family Bibles added to digital NC Family Records Collection
> "Births" page from Harrison-Farmer family Bible record
> Garriss. Hackney. Idol. Jackson. Kearns. Lacks. Bible histories for these and
>nearly 320 other families - with names mainly beginning with the letters G, H,
>I, J, K, and L - are now searchable as part of the freely available North
>Carolina Family Records Online project. These new records join around 700 others
>already online, as well as death notices from Fayetteville newspapers
>(1859-1869), and marriage and death notices from the Raleigh Register and the
>North Carolina State Gazette (1799-1893).
> The project began in 2008 when the State Library of North Carolina and North
>Carolina State Archives paired up to digitize a small, representative sample of
>the 2,000+ family Bible records in the Archives' collection. Because of the huge
>public response - 325,000 pages viewed in 24 months - the partnership continues.
>Our hope is to eventually digitize, transcribe, and provide online access to the
>remaining 1,000 Bible records and to add more genealogy-related materials to the
> As of August 2010, letters A through L are nearly complete, and samples from M
>through Z are publicly available to search, read, and download. So, keep
>stopping by or get automatic updates through your RSS feed as we add new records
>to the collection. And, be sure to tell your friends - especially if their names
>are Holaday, Livengood, or Kinnamon - that their long search for family
>ancestors may be over.
> Questions? Comments? Contact Druscie Simpson (Druscie.simpson@...) at the State
>Archives or Amy Rudersdorf (amy.rudersdorf@...) at the State Library.
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