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Tree-mendous gratitudes to Sally!
Let us know of your thoughts today.
Sally Rolls Pavia <sallypavia2001(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
You may find a link to a website that is no longer
valid in an
Archived message. While it is quite possible that an
old website has
Moved or no longer exists, it is also possible that
the website is
Still there, but the specific page link has changed.
Try "backing up" or removing the ending of the URL and
The domain. For example, if the broken link is
To http://www.rootsweb.com/~palackaw/marriages/ or
http://www.rootsweb.com/~palackaw/. You could find a
new link to the
Data you are seeking from this page of the website.
The mailing list archive search engine has opened up a
Of list posts that were always there but were
previously buried and
Hard to find. The searches offer us new leads in
Family history as long as we become adept at making
the most of our
Sally Rolls Pavia
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