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Hello everyone, I have got the query board working now. I have also updated
the page. I accidentally erased the old page. If anyone has a copy of it the
way it used to be or if you see a missing favorite link please let me know.
Sorry for the delay.
Doug Neibaur list owner
Hello all, I have updated the page a bit, so go and check it out.Some of the
changes being made are
1.We will no longer have the southeast Idaho query page.Sorry!
2.we will now have a gen connect board.If you had a query on the old board I
will post it again when I get the new board up
3.We will have a reunion section where you can post family reunions.
4.Is there anyone who is interested in having a Cemetery page?
Any one interested in helping on this project contact me . Makes a good
Eagle Scout project.
We have had 248 people visit our web page so far. Most of that is probably
me checking to see how many people there has been so far but it
is growing. Dont be shy, jump right in there and speak up. Tell us who your
looking for. I am looking for descendants of Alexander Neibaur.
Come check out our web site at http://www.neibaur.org/alex.html
Thank you for your participation.
Sign Doug Neibaur
Hello there every one Larry has a real good ural for everyone its
This is twin falls obituaries. Never know who you'll see here.
I have a question for anyone living in the Bear Lake Area Does anyone know a
Mary Lou Richardson or a Mike Kunz?
Also looking for anyone who is a descendant of Alexander Neibaur.
Could you please send me the ural and or e-mail you would like to be
included on the web page.We have a number of new queries on the southeast
Idaho query page. I am updating the Web page right now so it will include
these queries, come take a peek everyone and lets see if we can help each
Sign Doug Neibaur
Bear Lake C.C.
Hello there everyone,
Things have been quiet around here so I thought I would write a short note
to let you know I have added some things to the Bear Lake page.
A real neat site, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/id/beartoc.htm Bear
Lake County ID Archives Which includes the 1880 BEAR LAKE COUNTY CENSUS
Indexes. And the BEAR LAKE COUNTY W.W.I Civilian Draft Registrations -
1917-1918 . A very nice addition to the Bear Lake site. Lets try to express
our appreciation to these fine folks for a job well done. I also have a link
to the IDGenWeb
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/id/idfiles.htm A statewide directory for
the , Idaho Archive Files .
We have some new people on the list
but haven't heard much from them. Please let us know how we can help you, or
what surnames you may have to exchange with us.
Thankyou for your participation.
Doug Neibaur. list owner
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