vkn: I am here but taking a break BRB What is family News article re wedding gave genealogy data BrownHowdy Sonia McGrath Welcome back atcha and how are you News article gives info born Wisc not Wales All Saints Cathedral and how are you Sonia ?
Sonia: Good evening Valencia! Have you been diving into the 1940? I'm well. How about you?
vkn: Just a bit Sonia Plan to wait for further when index is available
Sonia: Got bumped off. I just took a quick look today, but haven't found anyone yet.
vkn: 1876 Baptismal recordback newspaper provides clue = clue
fierybug08: Hello everyone Hi Selma and VKN
vkn: howdy fiery pickings have slimed sonia was here and left
vkn: owdy selma
fierybug08: I see. Well she'll be back
Selma: Hi fierybug and vkn..where is everyone else? Still looking at the 1940
fierybug08: Hi Keli1
keli1: hello to all
vkn: howdy keli1
Selma: Evening Keli
keli1: I was indexing and had to finish before I let loose of it
fierybug08: I am too busy to try anything related to the Census yet. I'm at the tail end of the semester. Three more major papers due until a break before Summer session
keli1: I make myself do one or two images per day
vkn: i understand fiery
fierybug08: That's great keli1 I still read from time to time the Afrigeneas postings and general blogs about AA genealogy. The NARA in DC is hosting an annual workshop soon. I may stop by during lunch for one session.
vkn: how is the indexing going keli1
fierybug08: Hi evpace
Selma: Evening evpace
evpace: Evening all.
vkn: howdy evpace
keli1: Hi evpace this man should not be marrying folks, he can't keep a wife
keli1: vkn the indexing is going good, I wish I could do more
Selma: So what happened to the estate?
fierybug08: keli1 have you done previous years? Or are you concentrating on 1940 records?
vkn: good to hear keli1
fierybug08: Selma I'm guessing there wasn't nothing left try spliting stuff up 4X ways
keli1: I have done a little bit before. but now just concentrating on 1940, I have school obligations as well, plus work the full time job
evpace: Remember Georgie and his wife and children in the next county unknown to the wife and daughters he deserted.....in an episode last year.
Selma: Yes..I remember
vkn: good memory evpace
evpace: Newspaper men and Sailors have a lot in common.
fierybug08: Sister Catherine Brown...was she clergy? wow...look @ her iPad3.
keli1: she might be named Sister and not of the clergy or nun, hmmm
jhonora: Evening Everyone!
keli1: hi jhonora
fierybug08: wb Sonia
keli1: hi Sonia
fierybug08: Hi jhonora
vkn: jhonora howdy
Sonia: Hi everyone. Had to put the dog out, etc.
Selma: Evening jhonora and Sonia
vkn: its moving fast though cloudy to me
evpace: Sister Catherine is her church name.
keli1: well she became a Sister, which was not unusal, some women went to the sisterhood when hubby passed
fierybug08: hmm...interesting keli1
keli1: Cornwall, prirates
evpace: Child-birth death?
Selma: I don't think it is all that unusual..mortality rate was very high..we are talking 1831 When she is born..
fierybug08: it didn't really say.
keli1: yep, I like that she is asking questions and validated that some of the family history was a bit different than recorded
fierybug08: or maybe I wasn't paying attention....they skipped quite a bit
Selma: She is 10 in the 1841 census ...so she was born circa 1831
fierybug08: well...Kate's surname Kindley was spelled Rindley in the Ancestry record
jhonora: Another genealogist just called me to tell me that they find this episode lacking in plot ... anyone agree/disagree?
fierybug08: yeah....it does
vkn: agreed jhonora but maybe it is building
keli1: lacking in pilot? plot?
fierybug08: I'm still lost about C.C. Brown. I am not satisfied with what happened to Kate's child
jhonora: lacking in novelty or uniqueness
fierybug08: hmmm...first time for gloves/
vkn: Gloves for the first time great minds fiery
evpace: The show is named "Who Do You Think You Are" fkr a reason. This episode requires rapt attention.
Selma: LOL I am rapt
vkn: rapt is a good word
evpace: Me too!
keli1: they died while at sea,
Selma: Mom died..child was 2..I could see her living with grandmother
keli1: how cool to go out on the ship,etc...
vkn: strange smile on his face
fierybug08: he's probably smitten
Selma: He is meeting Tony Sorprono's wife.. LOL
vkn: shaky Sonia
keli1: my 3x grandfather was a boatman, lol. He took the rich white folks across the Potomac or Shendoah river to Shanndale Springs
evpace: Did you see the rainbow?
keli1: Shannondale Springs Resort
jhonora: Question: Is there a second episode out for "Finding Your Roots"?
Selma: I think there have been 3 so far jhonora
keli1: I dont think so, only the kevin and wife
evpace: Keli1 he must have been highly skilled and fearless.
Selma: Wynton and Harry Connick John Lewis and Newark NJ mayor
jhonora: O.k., so the Barbara Walters show is this week?
keli1: naw...just took those folks across the river on a raft type think, lol, but I will consider him a captain
Selma: I saw the Walters show last sunday..
keli1: this week is only kevin and his wife
Selma: I agree with you keli..sounds like a Captain to me..LOL
evpace: So did I Selma.
keli1: that was in Jefferson county, VA now WV, @Selma that is how she got to NY...
evpace: Slave ship....the Africano.
Sonia: If this was 1831, was England still involved in the slave trade?
Selma: Not in the international slave trade at least legally that is
Sonia: What kind of ship was it he was captaining?
keli1: agree Selma
fierybug08: merchant raw materials
keli1: not sure if slaves were on the merchant ships
evpace: New York Port and black market possibility.
vkn: interesting outcome
keli1: she didn't go back to her mom and tell, hmmm
Sonia: Have a great evening everyone and a blessed Easter!
keli1: oh well, I think I will get one more done, talk to ya'all later
vkn: who is the next weeks guest
evpace: Episode cut short for viewing only.
vkn: okies keli
jhonora: o.k. Have a blessed Easter!
Selma: Good night
vkn: happy easter be good evpace
evpace: Night all and blessed Easter and Passover!