Gena- am I looking in the wrong place, I am looking for the uploaded presentation from last nights chat on Genealogy Research and Resource Notebooks, Part 2. Did I misunderstand something... I thought it would be uploaded on this site or emailed to whomever wanted it. Could you direct me to the link or would you please be so kind as to email it to me- Kaye Karl thanks Gena.
I think the concept is excellent, however, I must have pushed some wrong buttons and cannot stop the e-mails. There are now over 200 and I dont have time to read them all let along respond to even a few. Please send instructions on how to stop getting e-mails. Thank you
Georgie Trammell GMGT45CA@yahoo.com
Gena, We could still be related but at the moment I don't see a connection. I only have confirmed up to my gg grandfather, Theodore Jonas Montgomery, who was born in Kentucky 1853 & died in Texas during a hurricane/flood in 1919. I know his fathers name, August Montgomery and that he supposedly died in 1865 (location unknown.)
Thank you for asking. The Snowflake, AZ Fillerups are related, although a few generations back. As far as my research has taken me most, if not all, Fillerups trace back to one immigrant. But I admit to working more on other lines.
It's very nice to meet you, I wish I was in your area so I could attend your upcoming lecture!