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I'd like to take the time to invite all the new members (and old) to visit the chat room.
This is a great place to meet some of the other researchers and to receive a warm welcome to the site.
There is usually someone there who is willing to help with research,give advise,or just shoot the breeze for a few minutes.
I've been a member of Genealogywise since the summer of 2009 and have enjoyed learning and helping others in chat.
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Saw your posting. I have McCarty from Delaware, circa 1780's I see that McDonald PA is southwest of Pittsburgh.
Thank you for that welcome. I have no clue what to do but I have a ton of I want to know’s, LOL
Thanks for the feedback Bob. I'm still trying to navigate around the site and get my bearings. There seems to be a lot going on. Is the chat room the "main room" that seems to be going a million times a minute?
thanks for the help. I am new at this site and every clue is appreciated.
Thank you. I will check out these links. I see the main room is a busy place.
thank you...when i can devote more time, i will definitely do that
I am researching the HENRY HARRIS family (1st wife Izzie INGS; 2nd wife Rosa) who lived in Darlington Co, SC and Lee County, SC. Henry Harris was born 1865 South Carolina (probably Darlington Co, SC.)
Any and all help greatly appreciated.
Bob, after looking over your geneology list, I wanted to let you know that i live in Northeastern North Carolina, and am familiar with many Bryants in this area. I worked with a Bennett Bryant at panda energy here in Roanoke Rapids for four years. He is from milwalkee, NC. and most of the Bryant clan or family live in Northhampton County. If you like to know more just inbox me. Lots of Bryants, Turners, Grizzards, Dunlows in this area.
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