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From: "Chris & Tom Tinney, Sr." <>
Subject: LOOKUPS online and OFFLINE, Re: Malcom III of Scotland and Burkes Commoners.
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2001 12:48:23 -0700
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Spencer, they have valid concerns:
"SEARCHING FOR THE 8th FLOOR
COLLECTIONS AND GENEALOGY?"
[at the Dallas Public Library]
"The 8th floor, home to History and Social
Sciences and the Genealogy Section, will be
closed from May to December 2001 for
renovation construction. Below you will
find the new temporary locations for all
your favorite materials usually found on
the 8th floor."
Another alternative is found at:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints: Mormon Family History and
Genealogy Search - LDS Family History
FHC Angel Lookup Requests
Salt Lake City LDS Lookup Requests.
"Since many of us either don't have the
resources necessary to take a trip to
SLC, or other reasons prevent us from
doing so, this page has been developed."
It hasn't fully dawned on the genealogical
community, YET, but many Volunteer
opportunities for all ages (18+), such as
those listed at the Senior Citizens of
Greater Dallas, could include library lookups
for Genealogists and Family Historians.
The DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY,
Current Volunteer Opportunities, does not
include this category. See:
DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY:
Library on Wheels, could also be used,
if permission were given to distribute
copies within the regional system.
Tom Tinney, Sr.
Genealogy and Family History Internet Web Directory
"Free Coverage of the Genealogy World in a Nutshell"
Who's Who in America, Millennium Edition [54th] -
Who's Who In Genealogy and Heraldry, [both editions]
"D. Spencer Hines" wrote:
> That's your problem.
> Deal with it ---- or find a work-around ---- such as ordering the
> material on film through your local Family History Center ---- whatever.
> I've thrown you 25 feet of rope ---- now swim for it.
> Deus Vult.
> D. Spencer Hines
> Lux et Veritas et Libertas
. . .
> "The Thill Group, Inc." <> wrote in message
> | Hines,
> | Stop jumping to conclusions. I live in Dallas, TX also..
> | and I am with Hale on this one
> | You don't go down there unless you have to.
> | A. The Dallas Traffic is horrendous. (one hour minimum for the 20
> | B. Parking is worse
> | C. The homeless, soup kitchens and crime element really makes it risky
> | go.
> | I am with Hale.. I won't go except when it is a have to.
> | Becky T.
> | ----- Original Message -----
> | From: <>
> | To: <>
> | Sent: Friday, July 13, 2001 9:49 PM
> | Subject: Re: Malcom III of Scotland
> | > In a message dated 07/13/2001 8:05:11 PM Central Daylight Time,
> | > writes:
> | >
> | >
> | > > So, even with the citation ---- he is too lazy to drive to the
> | > > library downtown.
> | > >
> | > > This is a grown man?
> | > >
> | > > Hilarious!
> | > > --
> | > >
> | > >
> | >
> . . .
"Subject: Burkes Commoners
Sat, 14 Jul 2001 11:20:14 -0600
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2001 18:22:44 +0100
I am not sure of the implication re get off
your bum and go to the library is another thread
or also from my recent question re the
whereabouts of Burkes Commoners, in an
ordinary library or a PRO Does anybody
know if the CD version of Notable British
Families 1600s - 1900s available from
TWR computing is a similar type of work
I apologise regarding the non medieval time
scale of the query, but if one if afraid of getting
a blasting for asking questions then there is
no point in researching genealogy.
Thanks for your patience and valuable time.
Humbly from a mere serf