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2011-09-14 Yatah & vitals • ThisNthat

*LunchBunch

Start: 12:02:41
End: 13:02:29
Chatters: alt, AYWalton, daviss, Selma, Seventies Soulchild, yatah

alt: Hi daviss... why the small "d"?

daviss: lol I was trying to see if I could get in with a small d and still have my red clothes on

alt: yes you can LOL

daviss: lol how are you doing today and did Irita say when she was going to sit down for a spell

alt: I'm doing fine, hope you are as well..... Irita said this trip next week and the one to the NBGS in Ft. Wayne next month are her 'swan song' genealogywise until next spring.

daviss: lol I see

Selma: afternoon folks..

alt: hello Ms. Selma, how IS you today? LOL

daviss: I have a question about font.. where do I go to enlarge the text for all phases on the computer Hello Selma everything is small and I "aint" no techie

alt: somewhere in the control panel and "display" I would think daviss

AYWalton: Good afternoon, all.

daviss: ok I will searcH around for that

AYWalton: howdy alt, daviss, and Ms. Selma!!! how is everybody/ ? you still got your red dress on, daviss! text too small daviss? hit the Control Key followed by the PLUS + sign. Ok-----look where the smiley face is. You will see a plus and minus sign. click on the + sign. see if that helps.

alt: Hello yatah, how are you?

yatah: good still work on death cer and try find , alt

daviss: for chat , now I have to get it on all pages on computer did I say hello yatah

yatah: no but it all rite wink dont worry smile

daviss: ok thanks alt, I don't know what I did, because it was not like that when I first got this puter

AYWalton: go to a general page like the AfriGeneas.com, or CNN, and see if the Contol + will work.

daviss: ok hold on

Selma: Do you have a number with a percentage symbol next to it onthe bottom or your screen daviss

daviss: no, dont see that Selma

Selma: See thats why I don't like so called "improvements"..cause I can't figure them out

daviss: If I had an inkling of tech I could too Selma but I am clueless. I will piddle around with this after chat

Selma: BRB..gotta find my other glasses

daviss: itty bitty font even in my email box oh well, back to the topic of the day lol Any suggestions folks? lol

alt: not me... I'm ready to just listen LOL

AYWalton: I see that George Geder wrote an interesting review of the Afr. American Quick Sheet by M. Hait.

daviss: ok well I could say something to make you talk alt lol

AYWalton: it is at at gedergenealogy.com if you have not read it.

daviss: oh I had not AYWalton

AYWalton: this is a review of the 4 page laminated sheet that came out earlier this year.

alt: okay, I haven't read Geder's review yet.

daviss: 4 page whats he selling it for may I ask

AYWalton: his last sentence sums it up: "If you have spent any time in African American genealogical research... ....you may already know everything contained in this quick sheet."

daviss: just read the review

Selma: Great posting by Tim Pinnick..on Genealogy & History Forum

AYWalton: He does state that for professionals who have never done Afr. American research, it might be useful just to know what is out there to use, which is a good point.

alt: MH has hit the market using 'key words' for selling his brand... anything that has African_American on it anywhere.

daviss: dang 7.95 plus 4.95

yatah: i ask you quick question if i cant find death cer of my ggg parents mean not record that state ?

Selma: Yatah..it depends..where did he die? When did he die?

daviss: not necessarily yatah it just might not be online

Selma: Yatah..are you only looking online?

AYWalton: that is a great post by Tim!

yatah: yes selma

alt: just read the 'serendipity' post Selma ... yes, that is a 'goose bump' raiser.

yatah: he died yrs and she died yrs i dont know too

AYWalton: I can imagine the incident and even meeting the man's descendant!

Selma: Yatah..first off NOT ALL records are online. YOu know approximately when they died? What state?

yatah: i try find them death cer and birth cer come out nothing south carolina

AYWalton: what time period, yatah?

yatah: i know what yrs they born 1886 and 1890

Selma: Yatah So when is the first census and last census you found them on?

daviss: where is Tims post alt?

Selma: on Genealogy and History..go to recent messages

yatah: i found them 1910 and 1930

AYWalton: on the main forum, daviss.

daviss: thx Sel

AYWalton: afrigeneas.com/forum

alt: on the Gen/Hist Forum I read it from the recent messages page

Selma: I always go to recent messges alt.. lOL

AYWalton: so could he have lived beyond 1930?

alt: me too Selma

yatah: my gg parents there 1910 and 1930 that my gg grandma with her sons he not there 1930 just his wife there

Selma: Yatah. Does anyone who is living now remember meeting her after 1930

daviss: Tims post is nice

yatah: no

alt: does 1930 say she is a widow yatah

Selma: Yatah..so he could have died between 1910 and 1930?

yatah: yes he went reg draft war

Seventies Soulchild: Good afternoon lunch bunch!

Selma: Yatah..you don't mention the 1920 census..can you find them Afternoon seventies

alt: Are they on the 1920 census together yatah?

yatah: maybe after 1930 after their daughter died 1929

alt: hello Seventies Soulchild .... ten-hut!!!!!! lol

Seventies Soulchild: lol

yatah: no i cant find them 1920 i have 1900 he is on list

Seventies Soulchild: doing great

AYWalton: I believe that the SC death index is online on Ancestry.

Selma: When did they marry..Yatah?

AYWalton: not the certificates but an index to the certificates.

yatah: selma, they married guess1910 after has baby son

Seventies Soulchild: for all you texas folk, there's a new movie coming out about black houston

Selma: Yatah..are they together as a couple on the 1910 census?

daviss: oh you are cute today seventies lol how many in here lol

yatah: no josephine live with her mother mary and her hubby with her too 1910

daviss: black Houston huh

yatah: selma

Seventies Soulchild: yep..

alt: yeah ,,,,, 'snap-to' Seventies Soulchild LOL

yatah: plus son luther

Selma: Yatah..so in 1910 Josephine is not married and living with her mother Mary and Mary's husband

daviss: Who is in the staring role and is it structured after Sam Houstons servant

AYWalton: gotta run, folks. Have a good one!

Seventies Soulchild: The film is called Thunder Soul about the Kashmere High band

daviss: oh ok

yatah: no josephine married to edward quiller know as edgo josephine has brother and sis on list too

daviss: thanks for the heads up Seventies

yatah: that mary's son in law that josephine's hubby edgo

Selma: Have to run folks..have a good day..

Seventies Soulchild: you too Selma

yatah: ok

Seventies Soulchild: http://thundersoulmovie.com/

daviss: Jamie Foxx huh

Seventies Soulchild: It opens in NYC on the 23rd... we'll be going to see it. My son is in the band this year.

alt: is this the upcoming & next 'Miles Davis' Seventies Soulchild?

Seventies Soulchild: no... these guys are like your kids ages alt.

daviss: thats good... I would have liked to have seen them but Pemberton High School in marshall Texas was the band

Seventies Soulchild: well we

alt: no, I mean your son, the 'trumpteer' as the next Miles Davis Seventies Soulchild

Seventies Soulchild: we'll see... I know my HS band sucked...still does lol No. He wants to be a drummer still. :) No formal lessons though

alt: okay Seventies Soulchild

daviss: The band at pemberton was an all black band and their theme was HIT THE ROAD JACK Those kids could really step

Seventies Soulchild: This is the band from the Kashmere Gardens projects in Houston..

daviss: HS band seventies too right

Seventies Soulchild: ok

daviss: all those school bands (black) were quite good

Seventies Soulchild: I love the black HS bands daviss

daviss: oh yeah me too. I also will never forget the college bands either

alt: daviss, I see Dera Williams of the northern CA gen group has given our Black Confedrate Soldier descendant an opportunity to have his story published in her newsletter.

daviss: I used to go to the Cotton Bowl when they had the battle of the bands

Seventies Soulchild: yes that's usually the best part of the game ... lol

daviss: yes I saw that alt. Was there a response yet

Seventies Soulchild: This is on the boards alt?

daviss: yep seventies it is

alt: I still go over to Indianapolis for the 'Circle City Classic' just for the battle of the bands daviss I haven't seen a response as yet daviss

daviss: I would love to get my grandkids to see a band in person AA band that is

Seventies Soulchild: We will be going next year to see somebody's college... lol

daviss: They finally got to see an all black Rodeo

alt: in AZ daviss?

daviss: The Bill Pickett Invitational came here several years ago

alt: ah so... daviss

Seventies Soulchild: great! My kids get to see horses and cows often enough... they love horseback riding and four wheeling They still have rodeos all over the south and southwest

daviss: I enjoy things like that but its so rare especially here

Seventies Soulchild: Black Rodeos

alt: my first and only experience with Black rodeo's was when I spent time at Tinker AFB in OKla.... we would go over to Boley, OK for that all-black rodeo

daviss: Prison Rodeo alt lol It was one of the best I wonder if it is still as popular as it used to be

alt: dunno daviss, but it was a big thing in Boley... course I was there looking at 'other' types of animals

daviss: lol lol lol

Seventies Soulchild: lol alt I doubt it... lol

alt: and there were some 'mighty fine specimen's' too

Seventies Soulchild: alright I'ma let you all continue chatting. I have to get to work... can't stop! won't stop! Have a good day

daviss: lol later seventies

alt: later's

daviss: I guess I will flip the light switch alt

alt: okay lady, later's


18 Dec 2002 :: 1 Feb 2009
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