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If you are of Russian descent and have encountered little of substance in
the resources on the Internet, you will be pleased to visit the "Researching
Russian Roots Site" at:
< http://www.mtu-net.ru/rrr >
Here you will find introductory articles concerning how to start your
Russian family history research, links to message boards (which the author
calls billboards), an extensive list of links to archives in Russia and
their mailing/E-mail addresses, details and links for research in Ukraine
and Belarus, some individual family trees and a vast compilation of other
Web links in the U.S. Some sites are in Russian (Cyrillic) but most of these
offer English versions as well.
If you're researching your Russian roots, don't miss this site.
I will be unsubscribing for a month or so in order to catch up on some
things that have been neglected far too long. Thanks for having me.
Creator of: Ol' Tubby Joe Stottlemeyer
Author of: Watson Is Where It Wuz
At 06:00 PM 4/3/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Good luck with your move! I would love to go to England.
>From: Sharon Bartlett <sharon_firby(a)hotmail.com>
>To: DISABLED-GENIES-L(a)rootsweb.com <DISABLED-GENIES-L(a)rootsweb.com>
>Date: Monday, April 03, 2000 1:11 PM
>Subject: [DISABLED-GENIES-L] Moving to England
>>Just to let you know I will be leaving the list for a short while, as I am
>>moving to England on the 8th April. Will get back on line as soon as I
>>Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com
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Hi guys--I have some more questions.
I just received my great grandmother's death Certificate. Her name was
Lieuseba [Timperley] Reynolds. She was born 3-20-1877 and it names her
father as William Timperley; the birthplace, mother's name and birthplace
are all "don't know."
It also says she was born born in IL--no town. IL [Shelby county] is where
her husband was born and died, where they both are burried and where she
spent much of her adult life. BUT...older family members remember her
relatives being from IN. Also Lieuseba's second child was born Hammond, IN
in 1902. I find it hard to believe that two young people would leave their
hometowns, move to Hammond, IN, have a couple kids, then move back to their
hometowns to continue their lives--a farm and a restaurant. BUT...their
was another Timperley in that same town in IL. I know the restaurant was
SO, HOW DO I FIND HER NAME BIRTH CERTIFICATE?
My great grandparents, Lieuseba
[Timperley] and William Edward Reynolds are burried in Stewardson, IL. I
would like to know if there are any other Timperley or Reynolds burried
there as well.
They also had a farm in Effingham, IL [around 1915-1922] and a restaurant
[around 1922-1929]. I would like to know where they came from. I believe
they were inherrited, but don't know who left them.
What do you think?
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All the best.
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Good luck with your move! I would love to go to England.
From: Sharon Bartlett <sharon_firby(a)hotmail.com>
To: DISABLED-GENIES-L(a)rootsweb.com <DISABLED-GENIES-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Monday, April 03, 2000 1:11 PM
Subject: [DISABLED-GENIES-L] Moving to England
>Just to let you know I will be leaving the list for a short while, as I am
>moving to England on the 8th April. Will get back on line as soon as I
>Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com
Just to let you know I will be leaving the list for a short while, as I am
moving to England on the 8th April. Will get back on line as soon as I
Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com