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From: "John Henley" <>
Subject: Re: Kindred Spirits?
Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 13:51:34 +0100
I found Kindred Konnections before I found this list. I found it
particularly useful for one branch of my family. I have not received the
e-mail from them.
I have never paid them anything, as they offer an hour's free research in
exchange for transcribing a list of names for them. It is not particularly
arduous, and does seem to exceed about 18 names at most, sometiomes as few
as 5 or 6, taking a few minutes. You can store up hours for the future, too.
My only grumble would be that most of the entries are USA based or
submitted. The trees I downloaded i have subsequently verified myself and
were substantially accurate.
Why not try it for yourself - I have no shares, interest on connection with
whoever runs it, but speak as I found it.
John Henley (if it bounces try again, trouble with ISP, I am still here:-) ]
You could also try reaching me at
HENLEY, PARKER, PRENTICE, SECKER, RAPER, DURDEN
ROLFE, (O)RAFFERTY, EVANS, PARSONS, SYMONDS [Berks/Hants/Wilts]
From: karen Laing Date: 17 October 1999 1:25Subject: Kindred Spirits?>
>We received an e-mail from KINDRED KONNECTIONS. It
>stated they noticed we were searching for particular
>names on the internet
>It then led me to their website which you could do a
>search of any name.
>To see who submitted the name I would have to join
>which would cost money.
>We can get the same type of info for free at the LDS
>web site. I would be wary of e-mails such as this
>which gets your name from one source and then leads
>to another which you have to pay for.>>Karen