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From: "What's New on Cyndi's List"<> (by way of Cyndi Howells <>)
Subject: February 5, 2001
Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2001 11:11:25 -0800
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TITLE: A Tribute to the Rhondda
DESCRIPTION: A short socio-economic history of the Rhondda Valleys
during the period 1800 to 1950, when Coal was King.
TITLE: U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories in the Library of Congress
DESCRIPTION: A searchable catalog of U.S. Civil War regimental
histories in the Library of Congress.
TITLE: Colorado AHGP/ALHN Web Page
DESCRIPTION: Colorado Genealogy and History research resources and
county web pages.
TITLE: find old school friends and lost loves
DESCRIPTION: find old school friends and long lost loves.
TITLE: Renzo Vanhoorelbeke
DESCRIPTION: Deze site gaat over het allerlaatste wielernieuws van
belofte Renzo Vanhoorelbeke.
TITLE: SVU Website
DESCRIPTION: The official site of the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and
Sciences (SVU). Address: 1703 Mark Lane, Rockville, MD 20852, Phone/Fax:
(301) 881-7222, Contact: Miloslav Rechcigl Jr. - President, Founded: 1958,
Members: over 2000. International non-profit organization devoted to
promotion of Czech and Slovak culture, preservation of Czech and Slovak
heritage abroad, including genealogy, and cultural co-operation between the
US and the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It publishes newsletter , organizes
annual conferences, SVU world congresses every other year, publishes
periodical Kosmas. Membership includes individuals with professional or
family interest in the Czech Republic and/or Slovakia.
TITLE: ARNOLD, WILBOR, CROOK, SMITH, MATTHEWS, ALDRICH, COOK, TARBOX,
DEWEY, GOODELL, IRISH,CLARK
DESCRIPTION: Cemetery list,and some history of area,Erie county NY.
TITLE: Relative-ly Speaking Kansas Genealogical Surname Index
DESCRIPTION: Kansas pioneer genealogical surname index. Specializing in
genealogical information on Kansas ancestors. Search surname index.
TITLE: Sheila SCHNEIDER'S Family
DESCRIPTION: Look and share: BLAKE, BROWN, WASSERBAUER, CLARK,
ANDERSON, BURNS, HUGHES, HICKEY, MAIER, MCINTYRE.
TITLE: GeoDiscovery -- The Power of Place
DESCRIPTION: Accurate GPS unit combined with mapping capabilities all
in a PDA. Files are shareable, and software works on almost all Palm OS
PDAs. Useful for mapping cemeteries, etc.
TITLE: WILKERSON BALDRIDGE LADD VARNEY LAMBERT
DESCRIPTION: Wilkerson's in Sharp County, Arkansas.
TITLE: Lambert Family in England
DESCRIPTION: Lambert Family in Horncastle, Lincolnshire EnglandLAMBERT,
NICKELSON, LAWELLIN, FAGG, GALLANT, HOCKENBERRY, MASTERS, PITCHFORD,.
TITLE: Genealogiesite SOLLIE, KIVIT, SMULDERS and DE VEER
DESCRIPTION: genealogy-site KIVIT, SOLLIE, SMULDERS and DE VEER with
index from the Netherlands.
TITLE: Millenaar Foundation
DESCRIPTION: Genealogy database and web site for the family Millenaar -
TITLE: FREEMAN Family Reunion
DESCRIPTION: FREEMAN family reunion notice for July 29, 2001 in Berks
County, PA of interest to following surnames, SWEIGART; KLEE; BREIDENSTEIN;
STARR; GERHART; WEIDNER; FIELD; SLOAT; BERGER; SCHMIDT.
TITLE: The WOOLMORE family
DESCRIPTION: The History of the Woolmore family in London, mainly based
around Chiswick. Other names include Clack, Jones, and Curtis.
TITLE: BARNFATHER CENTRAL
DESCRIPTION: BARNFATHER genealogy worldwide, including BARNFATHER
FAMILY TREES, information on BARNFATHER wills and a BARNFATHER Bulletin Board.
TITLE: Yahoo! Groups : Surname Search Daily
DESCRIPTION: Subscribe for free and get a list of FREE online surname
databases in your mail box every day. Keep up to date with NEW online
research tools as they become available.
TITLE: Waterloo Country Inn
DESCRIPTION: Waterloo was built as a private residence around 1750 by a
prominent Somerset County landowner, Henry WAGGAMAN. The mansion was one of
the focal points of life on the Eastern Shore. In the nineteenth century
the property was owned by several prominent local families,including the
TEACKLES, RIGGINS, HANDYS and WAINWRIGHTS, until 1864,when the Somerset
County purchased this two story, Georgian style house for an almshouse. The
County retained ownership of the MonieCreek property until 1948, when
Waterloo once again became the property of a private owner.During the
period from Henry Waggamans initial purchase in 1741 until his death in
1760, he bought and sold numerous properties incentral Somerset County. In
1751 Henry Waggaman had his plantation consolidated under a resurvey known
as "WAGGAMAN'S PURCHASE". Waggamen died in 1760 and left his estate to his
eldest son, John Elliot Waggaman. But one year later after his father's
death, John diedat the age of 16. W!
aggaman's wife, Mary, evidently remained on the property until her death in
1780. Her sons Henry and George were theonly ones mentioned in her will.Due
to the fact that Henry Waggaman lived outside Somerset, he sold his
interests in his father's estate to his brother George in April 1793.George
Waggaman died intestate in the following year and because none of his heirs
lived in Somerset County, the family decided to sellthe plantation. New
ownership at this time of the property were the Riggins, another Somerset
County family.Restoration began in 1995 to the mansion and since 1996 the
Waterloo has been an elegant Country Inn owned by Theresa & Erwin KRAEMER
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