Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state.
Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cyndi Howells" <cyndihow(a)oz.net>
Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 7:58 PM
Subject: Fwd: 2006 FGS/NEHGS Genealogy Conference
>Dear Genealogy Friends,
>Would you please share the following with fellow genealogists via
>e-mail and ask them to forward it to other genealogists and
>historians they know:
>Mark August 30th-September 2, 2006 on your calendar for the largest
>genealogy conference ever. It will be held in historic Boston,
>Massachusetts. The local host is the oldest genealogical society in
>the United States, the New England Historic Genealogical Society.
>Well-known speakers from all across the U.S. will be joined by
>experts from Canada, England, Ireland, and Scotland. This conference
>has more choices than have ever been offered at a U.S. genealogy
>conference. The Exhibit Hall will have some very special vendors in
>addition to the usual ones.
>During the conference, there will be a reception honoring the 30th
>Anniversary of the Federation of Genealogical Societies.
>The conference committee was able to arrange a lodging cost that is
>well-below most Boston area hotel rates -- $159.00 per night for 1
>or 2 people. If you have ever stayed at a hotel in New York, Boston,
>or Washington, DC, you know what a great rate this is. I have
>checked a lot of other recent and upcoming other types of
>conferences being held in Boston, and they were not able to arrange
>such a good rate. Even better, you can walk from the hotel to the
>convention center without ever going outside. The two places are
>part of a large complex that includes a shopping mall.
>Full details are at the FGS Website <http://www.FGS.org>www.FGS.org.
>The conference program offerings as they stand today are also at the
>Website. There will still be additions to the program as
>sponsorships are firmed up. Most of these lectures are new and
>different. If you register by July 1st, you save $30.00 off the full
>four day registration price. It is now possible to register online.
>To keep up-to-date on the 2006 FGS/NEHGS Conference news, program
>additions, vendor info, further details on speakers and lectures,
>and to learn more about the Boston area, be sure to frequently visit
>the conference blog. The blog will also be sharing what to expect at
>such a conference and what you do once you get there. To read the
>current blog comments and also the archives of important info that
>has been posted since September, go to
>If you have some cool tidbits to share about past FGS conferences or
>Boston, please email me directly and I will post it to the blog. My
>email is <mailto:PSWResearch@comcast.net>PSWResearch(a)comcast.net. I
>will use your name and city unless you specifically request that I omit
>Thanks for helping to spread the word about this exciting event,
>Paula Stuart-Warren, CG
>National Publicity Chair
>2006 FGS/NEHGS Conference
>August 30 - September 2, 2006
>Certified Genealogist and CG are service marks of the Board for
>Certification of Genealogists used under license by professionals
>who pass periodic evaluations by the Board.
Could anyone tell me the names of the Catholic cemeteries in Concord, New Hampshire. Seeking death information on a Morano family:
Father Patsey or Pasquale Morano
Mother Marianna or Annie Morano
Son Frank (wife Edith) Morano (retired fireman-Concord)
Son Patsy Morano (retired policeman-Concord)
Possible Pasquale's mother or mother-in-law (Anna Rossini???) is buried in the same plot.
Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.