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From: Cyndi Howells <>
Subject: [CyndisList] January 4, 2009
Date: Sun, 04 Jan 2009 21:09:47 -0800


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U.K. & Ireland - Census (413+ links)

January 4, 2009
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TITLE: Genealogical Standards & Guidelines : Standards for Sharing Information with Others : Recommended by the National Genealogical Society
DESCRIPTION: National Genealogical Society's standards regarding the sharing of genealogical research between researchers. It prescribes the importance of privacy of living family members, but also respect of copyright and other people's work.Under Software, Privacy Issues.

TITLE: Oxymoron : Privacy and the Internet / by Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CG
DESCRIPTION: Discusses the importance of remembering to consider the privacy of our living family members while we are communicating online and publishing online our various works. This article is found on the St. Clair County, Michigan website with permission from the author.

TITLE: Privacy and the Family Home Page / by Maureen Taylor
DESCRIPTION: Maureen Taylor discusses tips she is giving to the reader. The tips are intended to help the reader to be a responsible genealogist. She poses three very important questions, 'How do they use the information you supply? Why do they need it, And is the information resold.

TITLE: Privacy in Genealogy : A Progress Report / Candace L. Doriott. Genealogical computing v. 20.2 (Fall 2000)
DESCRIPTION: She is presenting the background regarding privacy issues in genealogy. She is discussing the attitudes and changes towards privacy issues. She includes a bibliography at the end of the article.

TITLE: Respect Privacy When Posting Family Information / Carmen [--?--] In Ancestry Quick Trip (4 April 2005)
DESCRIPTION: She is reminding researchers to be aware of the need to preserve the the privacy of living family members.

TITLE: Shirley LEVON's Family History Website
DESCRIPTION: Family Tree, photographs, letters and documents, UK based, Surnames include BAYLY, BORTHWICK, BRADLEY, CUTCHEY, DAY, FLEGG, HASWELL, JEREMY, PARNALL, LING, PONDER, RALPH, SILVERTON.

TITLE: Descendants of Rainey ARMSTRONG
DESCRIPTION: The Genealogy Website for Descendants of Rainey ARMSTRONG, who emigrated from Antrim, Ireland to Huron County, Ontario, Canada in 1852. The website is a companion to the book 'Descendants of Rainey Armstrong: From County Antrim to Huron County and Beyond'.


TITLE: SOUCY Family Connections
DESCRIPTION: This site is devoted to connecting members of the SOUCY family in North America(including the variations SOUCIE, SOUCI,SOUCISSE, SOUSIE, SOUCEY, SUCY, etc.). The data is presented in a searchable PDF. Searchers may recognize individuals and families and help to accurately connect ?missing? SOUCYs.



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