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Hi, folks --
We are trying to locate the IATAMA list manager. Mail
to the administrator's e-mail address, mmhill(a)adiis.net,
has been bouncing for several weeks and we've been unable to determine
whether they are still around using a different e-mail address or have
dropped off the face of the earth.
If you are the IATAMA list administrator, please go
to your list utility page and update the list admin's address with
your current address. If you've forgotten where the utility page is,
you can get to it at this URL:
If you're not the list manager but know who is, you may want to
forward this note to them. :-)
If the list administrator's address hasn't been changed by Monday,
December 6 (that's a week from today), then we'll assume that the list
has been abandoned and will put it up for adoption.
Thanks, and sorry to intrude --
RootsWeb.com lead system admonsterator
and Chief Hacking Officer
My great, great grandparents, Thomas and Olive Starr, lived in Lincoln
between 1840 and 1852, where their children, George, Susan, Martin,
William and Thomas were born. Any information about them would be very
John Bryan Starr
10 Green Avenue
New Canaan, CT 06840
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