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On 18 Jan 2018 at 00:26 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:
It was SEVEN degrees last night and 14 tonight.
On 17 Jan 2018 at 16:10 GMT Allen Blanton wrote:
On 14 Jan 2018 at 16:57 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:
https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/user/Dexter-600 (1 day ago)
On 9 Jan 2018 at 22:58 GMT Richard Shelley wrote:
Thanks for the badge and comment. Didn't anyone was watching!
On 8 Jan 2018 at 17:54 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:
I sent you et al email re: suffix discussion on g2g and M & W but, it may be lost in your emails..
On 7 Jan 2018 at 08:09 GMT Hugh Barnes wrote:
In granting PPP status to a profile. Wikitree rules specify that it must be done by a Project Leader. In a few weeks, Teresa Fortenberry[ http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Fortenberry-338] and I will have all the information on six profiles of Patriots who were active in the War of Regulation a current Wikitree category of historical significance which occurred in NC and was a prelude to the Revolutionary War. The category has not at this point been assigned to a Project. It is my understanding that NC is a sub-project of US History. When we have all of our ducks in a row, do we make our case to you or should it be made to the Project Leader of the U.S. History Project?
On 6 Jan 2018 at 17:45 GMT Peggy McReynolds wrote:
Thanks for sharing. Peg
On 3 Jan 2018 at 18:35 GMT Jeff Standen wrote:
On 3 Jan 2018 at 04:17 GMT Valerie Willis wrote:
On 2 Jan 2018 at 14:57 GMT Peggy McReynolds wrote:
Thanks for the comments about the flooding where you live. It certainly brought about vivid memories of work! We're fortunate in the Kansas City area to only have riverine flooding, which leaves most of the land high enough to avoid flooding of buildings..... however, living in the coastal areas people have more of a propensity to build within the flooding areas.
My mother and brother (with his family of 4) lived in New Orleans for about 20 years before Katrina hit..... they evacuated to my house and never returned to LA. They came to KC in a van and Camry filled with 7 people, 4 dogs and 2 rabbits. We found a local "rabbit rescue" group for the rabbits. We located the owner of the German Shepard they found beside the road in NO.
No one misses the evacuations!