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At 11:04am on February 11, 2010, Dae Powell said…
Hi Sue,

Aye, there is a little overlap, although the principles remain the same.

Happy Dae·
At 1:48pm on January 19, 2010, Dae Powell said…
Thanks for the kind comments, Sue. Jayne and I live for them. Well, OK, but at least we really appreciate them. We've more "edutainment" coming in the GENTREK chats -- don't miss any!

Happy Dae·
At 12:32am on January 5, 2010, Carolyn Dunlap Franklin said…
Hi Sue,
Just a note to tell you that I grew up in DeSoto, Mo., and graduated high school there. I'm responding to a note I read in one of your comments about your grandfather, I think, anyway, I thought that was interesting to see DeSoto mentioned. :)
At 10:04pm on December 10, 2009, Dae Powell said…
You're more than welcome, Sue. We'll introduce to several more fascinating aspects of this addi.., er, hobby. Have a super week-end!

Happy Dae·
ShoeString Genealogy
At 8:55pm on October 4, 2009, Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal said…
Just hope they might help!
At 4:07am on October 1, 2009, Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal said…
http://www.squidoo.com/emigration

Emigration from The Netherlands
At 4:02am on October 1, 2009, Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal said…
Farewell Holland

From the New Netherland settlement to the post-war mass emigration to Canada and Australia, for more than 400 years Dutch emigrants have tried to find a better life in the New World. Reasons to emigrate were divers - fleeing the law (or the in-laws), searching for religious freedom, adventure, but above all looking for prosperity.
At 3:56am on October 1, 2009, Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal said…
don't know if you used all of these sites:

Online resources

* Genlias, the national database of genealogy records maintained by the Dutch archives (read my Genlias article for more information).
* Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum, the provincial database of genealogy records maintained by the Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum.
* Internet resources Noord-Brabant, an index to the many available online resources for Noord-Brabant.
http://www.traceyourdutchroots.com/prov/nb.html
At 3:54am on October 1, 2009, Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal said…
Emigration from Noord-Brabant

Noord-Brabant has always been a predominantly Roman-Catholic province. This means the emigration pattern differs from the reformed regions. In the nineteenth century, people from the east of the province emigrated to the United States. They settled in places like Little Chute, WI.
At 3:43am on October 1, 2009, Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal said…
Hi Sue, here's the subscription info for GeneaNet:

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there's only a couple of things that you can do there without a subscription :

Advanced Search

Favorites Alert: Email aggregate of the latest entries that contain the surnames and places of your choice.

and this is part of the basic service:

Cross-Database Search: Compare your family tree against the full GeneaNet database index.

there's a whole lot more avail there, but you need a sub to use it, sorry!
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At 3:29am on August 28, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…

At 1:52am on July 24, 2009, Sherri Thornton said…
That first link wasn't right...let me try again.
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At 1:49am on July 24, 2009, Sherri Thornton said…
Sue..I saw your post where you are looking for military records on William Dorrance. I found some things that may or may not be yours. Will try to add them here.
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