What a terrific page! And your other pages as well! These are exactly the kind of pages I was hoping for when we launched this site. I hope others follow your wonderful example.--Dallan 21:19, 17 March 2006 (MST)
Thanks, Dallan. I am going to make this site my "home page" for one of the three browsers on my computer. I am using Firefox almost exclusively, Microsoft Explorer if I want to view the census at ancestry.com, and Opera because I want to familiarize myself with its design. It took me over a week to recover from my trip to Provo for the computerized computer conference. I am not used to the altitude, the cold, or the snow! I was not well when I went to Provo, but when I got home, I had asthmatic bronchitis. Despite this, I enjoyed the conference and the time I spent visiting with my son and my brother.
I hope you're feeling better by now. Let me know if there's anything I can do to make the site more useful. By the way, I use firefox almost exclusively as well. I haven't tried Opera though; I'll have to check it out.--Dallan 18:01, 26 March 2006 (MST)
Back to the board [8 January 2010]
Right now, I am working on too many projects, but this keeps me focused and going when otherwise I might do nothing but play "Text Twist" at Yahoo Games! Or eat twizzlers and play Text Twixt. I am working on an article for the Alabama Genealogical Society Magazine (I've submitted a few, already) and the deadline is looming! Hope my health will stay at least as good as it is now; I'm on prednisone for wheezing and a cough meds and the singulair and double doses of advair! Anyway, life does tend to interfere with family history pursuits. Just downloaded the final beta of Clooz; just wish I could learn to utilize it or figure out if it was worth learning. Am I duplicating my PAF entries if I use Clooz? hmmm.
Hey Margaret. This is Sonja Settles Hatmaker. I am David's daughter. I have lost all my info and am so grateful to you for this!--Hatmakers 14:13, 8 January 2010 (EST)
werelate.ged Imported Successfully
The pages from your GEDCOM, "werelate.ged" have been generated successfully. You may view them byand opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.
-WeRelate agent 22:29, 26 June 2007 (MDT)
Hardin, Kentucky [23 June 2008]
I repaired the link on the Hardin County page. Thanks for leaving the message regarding the broken link.--Beth 09:41, 23 June 2008 (EDT)
Wilbur Marshburn Settles [14 October 2009]
Morris as I knew him was married to my mother either in 1969 or 1970. I was very young and know that it was before I started school. Her name was Betty Lee Bowker and he was still married to her when he died in 1983.
Sam--Sam 07:11, 14 October 2009 (EDT)
I made it, at last [28 November 2011]
I just registered, now to set up my page. Nice to see a familiar face. Lee Scott--Gypsy1930 17:53, 28 November 2011 (EST)