2013-05-16 • DAVISS & DAVIS
Seventies: hi vicjorob
vicjorob: Hey lady. How are you?
Seventies: doing good. How are you?
vicjorob: Okay. Having to use my iPhone app to access the chat room. Work computer not allowing it. Any new things you working on?
Seventies: Just preparing for Bernice's show next thursday
vicjorob: I should listen in. What's the best way?
Seventies: You can listen at blog talk radio dot com live stream or you can listen later to the podcast.
vicjorob: Okay. I will subscribe. My iPhone podcast app has been giving me fits so now I downloaded one that should handle blogspot better. What's the name of her show?
Seventies: Research at the National Archives and Beyond
vicjorob: Forgot to ask. What's your topic for the show?
alt: Hi Ladies, Seventies & vicjorob
Seventies: Mississippi Records is the topic. Hi alt
vicjorob: Hi alt
Seventies: Mississippi Genealogy resources. the url is http://blogtalkradio.com/bernicebennett
alt: Am I understanding you will be on Bernice's show next week Seventies?
Seventies: yes sir
alt: wonderful, congratulations!!!!
Seventies: Thank you alt
vicjorob: This should be interesting
Seventies: Just talkin' 'bout the 'sip.. lol And what I know. hi daviss
daviss: hello alt, Seventies and vicjorob!
Seventies: So what's going on new with you guys?
alt: hello daviss
vicjorob: Hi daviss
daviss: took me a while to get in here smh in here lol
vicjorob: Davis. Always wanted to ask. Why the two "s"
Seventies: more net issues? Sheesh.
alt: I'm just adding the 'source' information to some of my records from what I'm finding on FamilySearch.
Seventies: adding to roots magic or tribal pages?
alt: and saving the images when they are available
daviss: Two brothers one used one and the other used two...No idea why. The one s went up north and the two "s" stayed in Texas
alt: roots magic, but they will show when I upload my next GEDCOM file to Tribal Pages.
Seventies: ok up north, daviss? Where?
vicjorob: Seventies. Just busy documenting a portion of my paternal grandfather's maternal tree. Lots of relatives there.
Seventies: that's awesome!
daviss: Kansas, Michigan etc
vicjorob: Daviss. I like how you differentiated that. It's like thing one one thing two no offense intended. Where in the south for your two s folks?
daviss: Until I started my research I never knew about the Davis folks and the way they spelled their last name. Texas via NC I don't think there was a feud or anything, just the sign of the times lol
Seventies: have you been able to locate any other folks from NC who came around the same time your Daviss' did daviss??
daviss: vicjorob do you remember Michael Emery from the old days http://www.afrigeneas.com/welcome.html#history He is listed right under your name re coining name well his mother is a one "S" Davis lol
Seventies: Selma hey!
daviss: hello Selma!
Selma: Afternoon lunchbunchers..alt, daviss, seventies and vicjorob
vicjorob: I remember meeting him but it was so long Go. So he may be cousin of sorts of yours? Afternoon Selma
alt: Hello Selma
daviss: he is my cousin How's it going Selma!
Seventies: wow daviss, you have kin everywhere! :} brb
daviss: In fact met him through AfriGeneas in the 90's.. He wanted to know why I was interested in his great grandfather lol
vicjorob: At least you have relatives doing research. On my father's side there are hundred of folks but no one doing research. Ì� ΩÌ∏¢
daviss: our gg grands are brothers, thus the one "s" two "s" Daviss Nope he is not doing it anymore lol I know more than him lol lol
vicjorob: Oh too bad.
daviss: trying to get him back into it. He has been quite busy with other stuff However I have a better view on that line than I do on my maternal side and he has helped with that
vicjorob: Daviss. Just dawned on me. The Dr Seuss reference s/b One Fish Two Fissh. Duh Ì� ΩÌ∏á
alt: if he has been out of it for any length of time he will be surprised at how far we have come and what is now available on line Daviss.
daviss: lol lol for sure alt
vicjorob: Anyone know of any SW Arkansas researchers on Afrigeneas?
daviss: where in Ark is Angela researching Ft Smith is all I know
vicjorob: She is NW Arkansas near Ft Smith
daviss: oh ok where is Hope?
vicjorob: Hope is in Miller which is SW.
Seventies: I am looking forward to alt writing a book about his family. :}
Seventies: Hi Khathu
alt: hello Khathu
daviss: ok there is a lady in my group here that is researching in Hope hello Khathu
alt: no book coming from me Seventies
daviss: My Mitchell's and Cryers are from Hope However they went on to Okla
Seventies: okay you guys have so many stories to tell and you're not going to document them? gggrrrrr
vicjorob: Daviss. Cool. Hope is about 30 miles from Texarkana and Ashdown where many of my Dancer collaterals went. Hi khathu. Are you still in need of a lookup at the NARA?
daviss: Hmmmmm Dwayne Dancer was a huge radio person in Dallas years ago
Khathu: I live 10 minutes away from NARA but thanks
vicjorob: Could be a relative. I'm still recreating this branch, starting with the siblings of my 2 great grandmother. Daviss. Where do you live?
daviss: Sunny Arizona vicjorob lol
Selma: Afternoon Khahtu
Seventies: Khathu, what is new with you??
Khathu: Good afternoon Selma
Seventies: How is the gig at the FHC going?
vicjorob: Davis. Oh, thought you were in the south.
Khathu: I am working on my presentation for the Anne Arundel Genealogical Society and writing up a case study
daviss: no, I wish I were for research purposes and fishing only
Seventies: A case study on the Dorseys?
vicjorob: Fishing. Understood.
Khathu: A slave era research using oral history
Seventies: Ok sounds interesting.
Selma: Wow..vicjorob..is doing a "daviss trick"...in and out
vicjorob: I keep getting bumped. Perhaps it is a sign I need to log off. Take care everyone.
Seventies: ok later vicjorob
alt: later vicjorob
daviss: lol bye vicjorob Are you still with the Tex-Ark-La group Khathu?
Seventies: Did they invite you to write another article Khathu?
Khathu: No I am not I am writing series of case studies, one per month.
daviss: gotta run
Khathu: I need to go as well.
alt: my turn, laters y'all
Seventies: um bye? lol See ya Selma.