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2012-05-10 Genealogy Bank change

*LunchBunch

Start: 12:06:45
End: 13:18:26
Chatters: alt, bbenn, Daviss, Selma, Seventies Soulchild, vkn

alt: hey lady Daviss, what's up?

Daviss: hey alt! I am rather chilly this morning, all wraped up in a throw what about you?

alt: a little chilly here too, but I'm not wrapped up LOL

Daviss: lol

alt: I see that Shelley is already in Cincy,,, hope she is enjoying herself.

Daviss: She went rather early

alt: yes she did.. I guess she is ther for the entire conference.

Daviss: but she has been roaming for the last two weels lol

alt: must be nice....

Daviss: Her presentation is not until Sat I guess. Are you ready to go

alt: I hope so....I'm still gonna try and make it, busy weekend.... B'Day tomorrow & Mother's Day Sunday.

Daviss: oh your BD or is it Anita's

alt: yep, that's what da old calendar be's telling me LOL ... mine

Daviss: lol lol well what do you think of our pres now that he made his announcement

alt: about??? his position on Gay marriage?

Daviss: yep Wanda Sykes will be on CNN in a few talking about it and will be on Gates show on Sunday lol

alt: I just wish it could be stated without all of the political 'mumbo-jumbo"

Daviss: well my dear partner anything that man says or does they always make it political

alt: I'm for anything that might promote a 'stable' relationship. yep, that's for sure.... I just wish they could report on what he says and not get into the trying to interpret his words.... it is what it is.

Daviss: yep!

Seventies Soulchild: Hello alt and Daviss

Daviss: I just hope and wish that the passion will hurry and come out soon regarding election

alt: here she is.... hello Ms Seventies Soulchild

Daviss: hi there seventies

Seventies Soulchild: Yes here I am.. lol

alt: hi Selma

Seventies Soulchild: Hi Selma

Daviss: Hi Selma! how's it going Sel and Seven

Seventies Soulchild: doing well. How is everyone?

Daviss: she is on CNN now rather by phone

Selma: Good afternoon/morning i alt, Daviss and seventies

Seventies Soulchild: Hey alt. Happy early birthday!

alt: just read where there are over 100k folks involved with indexing the 1940 census.

Selma: Alt..Happy birthday

Seventies Soulchild: who is on CNN by phone?

Daviss: Wanda Sykes

alt: thanks Selma & Seventies Soulchild

Seventies Soulchild: oh. Hello vkn

alt: hello vkn

Daviss: 100k is a good number alt

Selma: The 1940 Virginia census is on line at family search..just posted and vkn is a searching.. LOL I see that you have had some luck vkn

Daviss: hi vkn!

vkn: greetings alt daviss Selma Seventies

Seventies Soulchild: ugh what is taking so long with MS. On facebook they announced that it will be searchable shortly. But I still can't search That was over the weekend.

Selma: VA was completed over 2 weeks ago seventies..it takes time

Daviss: hint was not giving a date seventies lol

Seventies Soulchild: lol You are right about that.

Daviss: lol

alt: does 'searchable' mean indexed?????

Seventies Soulchild: I should go through and look for my BFF's father.

Selma: YES alt..

Seventies Soulchild: He's from VA

vkn: Yes and thanx so much Selma. Not able to download image and Herman was born 1927 by birth certificate. Now will look for KEELING and CALLAWAY

Selma: Well take yourself to family search

alt: okay Selma, thanks

Seventies Soulchild: I will later. Chat first.

Selma: I don't think I knew that he was from Roanoke vkn..is that where the family is from?

Seventies Soulchild: You know, I wonder if any other records were released in conjunction with the census this year? Meaning are any records, local records now available for public viewing.

vkn: Selma they were back and forth from Boone's Mill in Franklin County

Seventies Soulchild: oops... lol

alt: Seventies Soulchild, ancestry just announced th latest 'uploads'. they now have have over 1 billion records online... and familysearch is uploading 'new' records every week too.

Selma: Its almost hard to keep up, unless you stay online all day

alt: you got that right Selma

Daviss: lol the kids already accuse me of that Selma

vkn: Selma the KEELING group wa originally in Norfolk Not sure where Africa Keeling originated

Seventies Soulchild: I read the announcement on Twitter yesterday alt. Amazing! But unfortunately I only have access to U.S. records.

Selma: I thought they were in Norfolk..

alt: U.S. records are enough for Seventies Soulchild .. I haven't got got out of the country yet... excpet fo Canada enough for me

Daviss: :?

Seventies Soulchild: No I am on the British birth and death records database. Trying to get off. lol

Selma: Why are you there seventies?

Daviss: why are you there Seventies lol

alt: oh Davis,,, the Harris guy you mentioned.... where in TX are his folks from? Brazoria???

Seventies Soulchild: My children were born in the U.K. So their birth extract is available online.

Selma: Oh..well I don't think they are going to take you off

Daviss: Yes alt, I think that is them in Brazoria

Seventies Soulchild: I just want my kids off.

Selma: Ummm that is the downside of having all this stuff available online

alt: oh wow.. I found them Daviss ... The Michael Harris was married to a 2nd cousin from Sidney, OH... man, the world just keeps getting smaller.

vkn: Is there a stigma to being there Seventies

Seventies Soulchild: Well my children are minors.

Daviss: oh really alt!

vkn: I see seventies

alt: yeo Daviss.... Ihave the connection on my website, but no deatiled information as they are still living. man, I can't type a lick today.... or any other day for that matter LOL LOL

Seventies Soulchild: lol lol

Daviss: I just happened to give your link to a collateral cousin of mine because he wanted to get a page for his folks. I showed him the king of TP

Selma: Lots of USCT were mustered out in Brazario I remember seeing that name

Daviss: in the meantime his friend called and he told him what a wonderful page you had and gave him the link Thats when he spotted his grandfathers name

Selma: He musta been shocked

alt: thanks for the 'plug' Daviss

Daviss: yes he was.

alt: Selma.. and with the right wife & child LOL LOL

Seventies Soulchild: Well shoot since you have all these folks on your site alt, do you have any Bowmans or Logans from Ohio? lol

Daviss: He of course knows little about his grandfather so mabe he will get interested

alt: I think I some of both Seventies Soulchild

Seventies Soulchild: lol

Daviss: His known family left Texas early alt and ended up in Ohio

vkn: Its a Buckeye world alt lol

alt: I know I have them from around this area in Ohio Seventies Soulchild

Seventies Soulchild: How about Hattie Logan? or Harriet Logan Huron Co. OH

alt: all roads lead to Ohio .... from Virginia LOL LOL

Daviss: lol lol lol

Seventies Soulchild: lol lol lol

alt: I doubt if i have that one Seventies Soulchild

Seventies Soulchild: I do have a question alt or Selma. Anyone born before 1863 in old Virginia would've still answered in later censuses that they were born in VA right? Someone born about 1860.

alt: could be Seventies Soulchild, but a lot of folks were born in what is now West Virginia & Kentucky when they were still a part of VA and they list WV & KY as their birth locations especailly around 1860.... whe WV spilt from VA around 1863 or so. right Selma???

Selma: Hold on making a sandwich

Seventies Soulchild: This is Welcome Bowman's father Jacob Bowman's place of birth. But I figured that he came from pre 1863 VA to OH

Selma: They split in 1861...

alt: okay Selma, thanks

Seventies Soulchild: Welcome Bowman was the husband of my aunt Julia Washington

Selma: They should have recorded their births as VA..but you never know what folkssay

Seventies Soulchild: And Huron Co. OH is in northern Ohio

Daviss: In the 1870 census I have people that were born in Ga, Ala and NC. However in the area they live in (10-12 pages on census) there are no non AA's near, what ave can I use to narrow down a county?

vkn: My Nelson followed Daniel Boone from KY to VA

Daviss: Or have I asked that question before of you all

alt: hey y'all .. on the John Legend segment coming up Sunday... if his FPOC ancestors researched are the Hargo's of Ohio, they were negihbors of my Allen & Walden ancestors in Ross & Pickaway counties from like the 1830's forward.

Seventies Soulchild: Looking forward to the episode alt... will you be able to watch on TV Sunday or will you have to watch online?

Daviss: that would be good to hear alt..

alt: DAviss, you might try looking at the suranmes in those states and note the counties in earlier census records.

Selma: Yes, look to see where folks were from in the earlier censuses

alt: I'll have to watch online Monday or on TV MOnday evening Seventies Soulchild

Daviss: Ok but they had no counties listed

Selma: Daviss..are there books on the history of these counties..they usually have a chapter on where the folks came from originally There is a migration pattern from other states

alt: do a search on those surnames Daviss .. HQ or what ever you use... those surnames will show up in various census years by county within state.

Daviss: ok, I guess I can use the SW Quarterly and see what I can find

alt: and then try and zero in on the names you are familiar with in the States you have listed GA, AL & NC

Daviss: browse the index to see if they list texas counties and go from there. Thx

vkn: Good search approach

Seventies Soulchild: hello bbenn

alt: i do that all of the time on Ancestry....That's how I found FPOC Hargo's in Ross & Pickaway County OH.... search Hargo, then added Black for race and found them as early as 1830.

vkn: Howdy bbenn

bbenn: Hello alt, Daviss, Selma, Seventies, vkn:}

alt: hello bbenn

Daviss: I did a name search of all the White Surname on the 50 and 60 census for Grimes County texas but could not come up with a county in Ala Hello BBenn

Seventies Soulchild: Daviss, perhaps they only lived in AL but born in GA

Selma: Alt..my Mom is watching the Golf Channel..the Players just came on

Daviss: Joseph White was born in Ala

Selma: Afternoon bbenn

alt: go Mom LOL .. is Tiger in the tournament this week?

bbenn: HOWDY!

Selma: yes..but don't know where he is

alt: he missed the cut last week.

Daviss: ended up in Tx but he has been hard for me to find him or his father Jsoeph White I am trying to find his slave inventory from Ala

alt: try loking for Joseph White in AL and/or GA during those census years Daviss.. hopefully you'll find some and the counties they were living in.

Selma: Is Joseph white the slave owner daviss..

Daviss: yes both father and son

alt: also you might try the slave schedules for those same years 1850/1860 for a Joseph white in those States, if you haven't already tried that.

Daviss: Son lived past 1890 I have looked for his obit but so far no luck I was thinking I could get a clue from there

Selma: alt..lead is at -6

alt: if not an obit.. perhaps he is listed on a death index

Daviss: nada so far alt but I will keep looking

alt: okay Selma, thanks.

Seventies Soulchild: good day all

alt: godd day Seventies Soulchild Oops , good day

Selma: So when does Joseph show up in Grimes County?

Daviss: He is on the 60 70 census

Selma: Tiger is at 2 over par alt

Daviss: not sure when he ended up in Texas

alt: that sounds about right for him on day 1 Selma Hope he can get it together..

vkn: See you 2nite bbenn and all

Daviss: oh yes, the miracles tonight

Selma: I have a meeting tonight bbenn..so might be late

Daviss: will smokey be there lol

bbenn: Yes, we will have two give aways for the best true miracle story.. The show is featured on the btr website.

alt: hope I can stay up & awake for the show bbenn. 9:00 is getting near my 'light's out' time LOL

bbenn: Do any of you use genealogy bank?

Selma: Is that the newspaper site bbenn?

Daviss: I do on occasion

bbenn: I understand alt..tune in the listen tomorrow...:} Yes, the newspaper site. I participated in a user meeting on yesterday and they are considering making changes to the site.

alt: I always listen on Friday even if I was there Thurs nite bbenn... trying to make sure I didn't miss anything LOL LOL

bbenn: lol lol lol

Selma: I use it when I remember I have a subscription.. LOL

alt: GenealogBank is subscription, right?

Daviss: what kind of changes bbenn

bbenn: With the proposed changes, you will have a much easier chance of finding information.

Selma: Oh well that is always good to hear bbenn I have to run folks ..have a great day

Daviss: I would like to see a full page instead of the clipping only

bbenn: The homepage will have a much easier way to search...a map that will take to the the cities, counties...

Daviss: bye Sel

Selma: Bye

bbenn: I found 8 articles on my great aunt.

Daviss: or at least the ability to see a full page

bbenn: unfortunately, you will still see the clippings!

Daviss: so just changes to the home page Oh I don't mind the clippings but I would like the ability to see the page it is on also

bbenn: so far...other users may have made additional recommendations. I did not like how you had to click on all of the documents to find the right one.

Daviss: right bbenn I cant take that also I started to not renew because of that once and changed my mind

alt: I'm outa here ladies..... take care & hope to see ya tonite.

Daviss: bye alt

bbenn: I also did not understand why they had a box to exclude words and the year. She never worked for me.

Daviss: understood

bbenn: typo- this never worked for me. see you later! nice chatting.

Daviss: well I shall see when the changes take place

bbenn: ok


18 Dec 2002 :: 1 Feb 2009
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