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Stamps_T.S._ancestors.GED Imported Successfully
The pages from your GEDCOM, "Stamps_T.S._ancestors.GED" have been generated successfully. You may view them byand opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.
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Duplicate Richard Sears [13 May 2008]
Tstamps, this is a duplicate of Richard Sears (9) can we delete this page?--Lrsears 21:10, 12 May 2008 (EDT)
Possible duplicate page [13 April 2009]
Check out this page for possible duplicates: . Communicate with the other user and let me know if this a duplicate. If it is a duplicate one of you can merge the pages or I can. If not a duplicate I can mark it as no duplicate. Thanks. --Volunteer AdministratorBeth 19:59, 13 April 2009 (EDT)
Information on Page of Thomas Stamps [28 March 2013]
Hello, I noticed you had included some information, including a will on the Person Page of Thomas Stamps in your gedcom upload. Apparently, some of his will was cut off and not included in his Person Page. Could you check your files and see if you can add the remainder of his will, which would result in a complete picture of that record.
Thanks and best regards,
Jim:) Volunteer Administrator, WeRelate.org--Delijim 17:02, 28 March 2013 (EDT)
I have added the rest of the will, which is posted on Rootsweb here:
The majority of the Stamps lineage comes from "The Stamps Family History and Lineage," by Charles Thomas Stamps and William (Will) Thomas Stamps. Will Stamps has posted the genealogy (with living persons hidden) on Rootsweb. Please follow his work starting with the link above, and feel free to add references to any Stamps profile you come across. There are several websites now that contain this information, and it is an impossible task to cross-reference them all. Websites include: Rootsweb (above), geni.com, wikitree.com, and findagrave.com. Please feel free to add any cross-referencing links as you work on each profile, if you have the time. Thank you, Tim--Tstamps 19:30, 28 March 2013 (EDT)