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From: "Denise Hoehns" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] a conclusive answer and conclusion I hope
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 13:49:04 -0600
I have been on this list for some time, listening to those who you quote as
being talented subscribers. Yes, they have been very helpful, and are also
extraordinarily bright. But, I do not believe that they ever told someone
they were dumb.
I am unsubscribing from this list, before you call me dumb. I for one only
took biology in high school, which was very long ago, and I don't understand
much of what you discuss on the list anyway. But, I refuse to be called
dumb because it takes a while for me to understand something.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Malcolm Dodd" <>
Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 12:35 PM
Subject: RE: [DNA] a conclusive answer and conclusion I hope
> For the attention of Mr Richard Cottrell
> This list has some very talented subscribers. Some of them have tried to
> help you. However you are too stupid to accept what you are told and let
> matter rest. Instead we are treated to your continued listings.
> I did a GOOGLE search on you and have found the information enclosed
> In summary you have advised others to use the LDS search facilty for
> genealogical research and someone has found that advice "fabulous"
> Now in my long experience persons such as yourself tend not to understand
> sarcasm, so let me spell it out for you,
> Much of the LDS data is fabulous - i.e. it is a fable, it is simply not
> accurate - but I presume to you it is THE TRUTH and superior to the
> of DNA testing.
> Please step back and leave the list before we lose those who came before.
> Malcolm Dodd (University of life)
> ENCL -
> From: "Richard Cottrell" <>
> Subject: [OHBUTLER-L] Accessing Marriage Records of Butler Co., OH from
> LDS Web Page
> Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 19:42:15 -0600
> You can actually view the transcribed version of the marriage records of
> Butler Co., OH that are taken from the microfilm of that counties marriage
> records on the LDS Web Page:
> Go to the LDS Web Page:
> http://www.familysearch.com or http://www.familysearch.org
> Once the page appears you will see four tabs:
> Home, Search, Share, Library
> Click on the 'Search' tab.
> A page will appear and to the left you will see:
> International Genealogical Index, go ahead and click this item.
> A page will come up and do this:
> Last Name: Enter the surname you want to find (don't enter a first name
> case John is listed as Jno. or George is listed as Geo.)
> Subject: [OHBUTLER-L] Re: Accessing Marriage Records of Butler Co., OH
> the LDS Web Page
> Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2000 01:21:28 EST
> Your suggestion for "Accessing Marriage Records of Butler Co., OH from the
> LDS Web Page" is fabulous
> Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration
> Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more.
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