[genpcfr] HARDY information
- Hello Group, Belinda is sharing great HARDY information with us.... perhaps
someone will find a connection!
Visit her website for more in-depth research:
>BJ's Genealogy SiteShe has graciously agreed to Link her website with our PCFR website.
Happy Holidays! Jewelle
BAKER, CANNON, COX, JACKSON,
McGLOHON etc, WINGATE
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>Date: Sat, 19 Dec 1998 09:30:30 -0500genpcfr
>From: belinda melton hughes <bjhughes@...>
>Organization: BJ's Genealogy Site & Child Support Central
>To: Jewelle Baker <jewelle@...>
>Subject: Re: [NC-SC] HARDYS 1605 - present,
>> May I have your permission to forward your below message to our
>Of course, go right ahead!!! You have my permission to pass on any
>e:mails I post to various lists to anyone you feel that they may help.
>I'm out here to watch my lineages grow, learn as much about my family as
>possible and help others in doing the same!
>> you have an 'awesome' website!!!! Keep up
>> the good work!!!
>thank you very much!! i put alot of love and time into this page,
>hoping that it will help others along the way! thank you.
>> Visit ours, Betsy Ross, our webmaster, has done wonders in such a
>> short time. Perhaps we could do 'reciprocal links' to each other!!????
>Just visited your page. Your web master has done a wonderful job!! I
>will be placing a link to your page from my NC Links page.
>belinda melton hughes
>> At 09:41 PM 12/9/98 -0500, you wrote:
>> >We have just made MAJOR updates to our Hardy lineage - including new
>> >documentation, new lines, and new relatives listed!!!
>> >This Hardy family came from Eng/Wales to NC in the 1600's. They settled
>> >in NC - then spread all over the US from there. Our lineages reflects
>> >large family units in NC, GA, AL, MD, IN, TX, MS, LA, ARK and IL ranging
>> >from 1605 to the present day.
>> >If you have not been able to make a connection into this family yet, you
>> >may want to try again. With the new lines, I figure some of you may be
>> >able to find that link needed now.
>> >We do have a summary of all changes and additions made over the last
>> >month to this lineage on our "What's New" page. This may save you time
>> >in tracking down some of the changes.
>> >If you visit our site and still can't find your ancestors, there are
>> >alot of people listed in this lineage, I'll be happy to do a search for
>> >your family through our database.
>> >I am working two different Hardy lineages! Both from Eng, this Hardy
>> >family settling in NC, the other deHardy lineage settled in VA. So if I
>> >do a search for your family it will be through both of these lines at
>> >the same time.
>> >We also have a Hardy Burial Sites page. This page is for ANY and ALL
>> >Hardys (any spelling) that we can find buried ANYWHERE. They are not
>> >all necessary related to each other. Please check this page for any
>> >cemetery listing we may have on your family. ALL additions are very
>> >welcome on this page - doesn't matter if they're not related to each
>> >other nor to you. This is alphabetized by first name, and hopefully
>> >will help researchers locate some of their long lost ancestors.
>> >any and all additions and corrections are most welcome on our site!!!
>> >Thank you
>> >belinda melton hughes
>> >BJ's Genealogy Site
>> >Child Support Central
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