RootsWeb Mail Lists
that I maintain
I am the administrator for mail list and the GenConnect boards
Counties Kansas only. I transferred my interest in the mail listts and Labette, Nowata and Craig GenConnect Boards
to other administrators in December, 2000 and January 2001.
In addition to the ADAMSON Mail List, I maintain the FELSBURG Mail List. gs.
I have created a mail lists where everyone can
If you need instructions or information on Mailing Lists go to:
If you understand mail lists, you can
using your browser
It's easy -- just click on the list you want. When the "mail-to" window
pops up, write just the single word "subscribe" in the BODY of the
message. NOTHING MORE.
It's easy -- I'll do it for you.
RootsWeb Threaded Mailing List archives.
Its easier to try it out than to explain:
To search All Mail Lists
The WORLDCONNECT PROJECT will permit you to upload your GEDCOM
files and you can also search the Millions of names by other RootsWeb users.
A new message board system which
replaces and combines the GenConnect message boards along
with the message boards of Ancestry.com
To use these boards, click
the appropriate board below.
If you make a mistake posting a message, contact me and I can correct.
to Other sites that I maintain
(click on the name)
Click on these Links that may be helpful in your research.
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Last updated 03/15/2011.
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History of this page:
Created - 12/17/1999
Updated - 6/24/2001
Updated - 11/16/2005
Updated - 3/15/2011