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Hi everyone and I do mean everyone. This message will go out to all of the
list's I maintain. Here is a list of them and how maney people are
List mail + Digest
Bearlake 25+10= 35 Idaho County list
Guthrie 120+ 29=149
Lathrop 86+ 33=109
Lofthouse 3+ 1= 4
Martineaur 9+ 0= 9
Neibaur 43+ 7= 50
Neubauer 7+0= 7
Power 15+1= 16 Idaho county list
Van Orden 35+12= 47
The reson I am doing this is to let everyone know that my hard drive
I am now in the prossess of putting it all back togather. I almost cried but
later found out that my d drive was still in tack. I had allot saved on zip
disk too. Best of all my web site is still running so I will be able to
download save edit and upload and am once again very happy .
Here are some thaught's I have had as I began my recovery prossess
Any thing that has beem sent to any of thease list's in the last few months
has been archived at
http://archiver.rootsweb.com / list name
also found on the resource pages at
Each list has it's own archive which is also is part of a real big archive
made up of all the list's.
The archiver is very useful. It requires a user name and password but is a
snap to get one and it is free.
Most older mail I should have backed up on the researcher profiles.
The other place we have messages archived away is on one of the maney
genconnect boards found at each site. The nice thing about that is it puts
it into the big genconnect databas at rootsweb.
Most of the gedcoms I have recieved were backed up on ZIp Disk thank
It may take me some time to get through all of those to see what I have.
If you have sent me a gedcom file lately please write to me to see if I
still have it.
You can help me patch some holes in this sinking ship by checking for your
message or query and if you dont find it there then PLEASE post it to your
list and your query board.
Then it will be archived and not even I can loose it.
I'm sorry for this inconvinenc.Maybe this will help me to get more
It has been fun getting to know all of you. I hope we can continue to build
on thease sites and find out more about our Roots.
Signed Doug Neibaur
I am looking for info on Eduard Verdinand Bucher who was one of the early settlers of Bear Lake. He was the County Surveyor for five consecutive terms declining to stand for re-election in 1914. He also was city engineer for Montpelier. He was married to Anna Flueckiger and they had the following children:
1. Ferdinand Frederick Bucher, born 4 Jul 1875, in Switzerland. He married Lauretta
Hinck of Star Valley.
2. Emma Bucher, born 1 Feb 1877, in Switzerland. She married William Teuscher in
3. Otto Bucher, born 19 Jan 1879, in Switzerland.
4. Frieda Bucher, born 1881, in Switzerland. She married Fred Lintz of Eden, Idaho.
If you have any info you could share with me I would appreciate it.
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