User talk:Oxford6

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Two Questions [31 October 2008]

Hi Pam,

It just occurred to me that I replied to your question on my user page; so I am reposting here in case you missed the reply.--Beth 17:51, 31 October 2008 (EDT)

Hi Pam,

So glad you joined us on WeRelate. Dallan is working very hard to make WeRelate easier for new users and has great plans for the future so don't be discouraged. There is no dumb question; I asked all sorts of question everywhere when I joined WeRelate; didn't know any HTML or Wiki and received very helpful answers to all of my "dumb" questions.

The best way to split a long person page into two pages is to create a separate article, put the extra content in the article, and link to the article from the person page. Also, unlike person pages articles can have subpages (e.g., [1] has half a dozen subpages) so you can split a large article into multiple subpages. (Person pages can't have subpages because they'd be difficult to move around as a Person page gets renamed/merged.) See Help:Articles.

You can launch the FTE by clicking on MyRelate in the main menu and then on "Launch FTE". There's no way to add a button to your pages to launch the FTE. *But*, by the end of November, the FTE should be part of every person/family page. You won't need to launch it anymore.

We are interested in feedback from new users on problems; improving the site, etc. so please encourage your friends to add comments, suggestions, etc.

Thanks for the kind comments; please ask if you need more information. --Beth 00:04, 17 October 2008 (EDT)


Where are you hiding? [4 June 2009]

I was worried........ glad to see your doing your "We Relate"--Yorkies1 17:56, 4 June 2009 (EDT)


GEDCOM Export Ready [24 June 2009]

The GEDCOM for tree Pam's Genealogy is ready to download. Click here.


James Stuart & Hannah Moore [24 September 2009]

I have been looking for some time now for the parents of David Porter Stuart. Do you have proofs for this info and for the siblings? I would love to share information with you. I am decended from David Porter Stuart.--Shajoe 09:37, 24 September 2009 (EDT)


1940 [26 October 2012]

1940 United States Federal Census about Mary Howkins

Name:

Mary Howkins

Age:

59

Estimated Birth Year:

abt 1881

Gender:

Female

Race:

White

Birthplace:

Pennsylvania

Marital Status:

Widowed

Relation to Head of House:

Mother-in-law

Home in 1940:

Canton, Stark, Ohio View Map

Street:

Mc Bust Ave N E

Inferred Residence in 1935:

Rural, Lawrence, Pennsylvania

Residence in 1935:

Rural, Lawrence, Pennsylvania

Sheet Number:

6B

Neighbors:

View others on page

Household Members:

Name

Age

Richard P Liston

31

Ellen E Liston

30

Mary Howkins

59--Yorkies1 08:01, 26 October 2012 (EDT)


http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:Philip_Lash_and_Catherine_Snook_%281%29 [2 July 2013]

I am curious to know the source of this information. I am most likely a descendant of this family. I would greatly appreciate the help. Thanks, William.--Wm9548 21:52, 1 July 2013 (EDT)

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