[New England Genealogy] Re: Is this a genealogy group?
As soon as I can get around to it I'll gladly send you my Wilcox and
Crandall info and my huband's Hall info--not much but you never know.
--- In email@example.com, "Judith Hall"
> Hello Lady B,
> Thank you for your reply.. it is very sad that this trash is allowed
> to ruin the opportunity of a great resource and connection site for
> My greatest desire in even having begun this project was to connect
> myself with the folks I grew up with, whose last names are in my
> life.. I find it fascinating and have expanded well beyond what I am
> directly involved in, knowing that sooner or later someone is going
> have married into the family and there we'll be..If
> If you'd be comfortable telling me any of the particulars of the
> Wilcox's or Crandalls in your husband's line, I'd be appreciative.
> you prefer not to, I certainly understand that as well.. perhapswe'll
> meet at the library some day!as
> All the best,
> Judy Hall
> On 3/8/07, lady_braveheart <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > It once was a genealogy group and I've been trying to rfevive it
> > such. There seem to be problems in a number of groups where theboth
> > owners have reneged on their resposibilities and allowed the
> > infiltration by these miscreants. I've written to the owners of
> > this group and the Mayflower group but it seems that they havetaken
> > permanent sabbaticals. I've also filed fromal complaints withYahoo
> > twice but all I get is form replies even when I ask for specificowner
> > responses. I intend to try one more time and then if no action, I
> > guess it's a useless cause. I've thought about taking over as
> > to both groups but I simply do not have the strength--serioushealth
> > issues.line
> > As for family names--I have a direct Wilcox line and a collateral
> > Crandall line. Hall is one of my husband's direct lines and that
> > is one that crosses one of mine way back. I was once told by aNew
> > genealogist that it is almost inevitable that if 2 people with
> > England lines marry, their lines will cross somewhere. I've foundon the
> > that to be true quite often.
> > Hope this was informative.
> > Lady B
> > --- In email@example.com, "guitarjudy"
> > <Sistajudy@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm hoping that yahoo can filter this better than what I see
> > list of postings or this willin the
> > > be my shortest membership on record!
> > >
> > > Seriously - I'm pretty well connected thru many common names
> > RI area - Babcock,was
> > > Crandall, Wilcox, Gavitt, Tanner, Hall, Harvey. Would love to
> > gather some info about
> > > Stephen Gavitt - they are Father - Son - Grandson. The father
> > b. abt 1772; d. 4/1/1856;have
> > > son - Stephen C. b abt 1801 South Kingstown, RI and it could
> > been he that d. 4/1/1856I'd
> > > (not sure which Stephen it was). The grandson Stephen P. b.
> > 9/1/1839 Baltimore, MD; d
> > > 8/7/1897 Westerly. His wife's name was Abbie b. ca 1842
> > Massachusetts.
> > >
> > > So is anyone out there linked up to this family of Gavitt's?
> > love to hear from you.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Judy
> > >
> God bless,
> "The Lord is my strength and my song"