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From: "Clark & Mieko Pederson" <>
Subject: Re: Digitalarkivet URL's
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 17:09:43 +0900
References: <00d301c5fae4$2bed8100$0301a8c0@RONS> <045701c5faf8$d25004a0$020ba8c0@FAMILY> <002a01c5fafe$d1261be0$0301a8c0@RONS>

Looking for samples, I dug into the Norway List Archives to find an old
email with Digitalarkivet URLs and came up with the following:
From: "Kari Larsen" <>
Subject: Re: Bergen census 1801
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 21:01:11 +0100
It has two links, both working nicely. But that's just two out of how
Clark in Japan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Bestrom" <>
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2005 4:21 PM
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Clark & Mieko Pederson" <>
>> I, too, had experienced it in the past but put it off to an incorrect
>> URL.
> I've copied and pasted EXACTLY the URL that showed within my system, it
> worked, then it also worked when the message was posted; but, when I went
> back to the same URL later-it didn't and came up with wrong families
> within the D'Arkivet.
>> However, I just went back to several old emails that hold Digitalarkivet
>> URLs. Whether xxx-telling or emigrantre, they all connected. Some were
>> regular URLs, others were 'snipurl's. Don't know what to suggest.
>> Must be those 'gremlins' again. (Spooks know about gremlins...)
> I 'refuse' to use the "Snip URL" system. It could be the Gremlins...but
> also being a former "spook", I don't think so. After all, there is no
> intelligence in Naval Intelligence. I "spooked" my way around for a few
> years and NEVER had to answer the old question...if I told you, I'd have
> to shoot you...
> Anyway........ Back to the main question.... Maybe the Digitalarkivet
> computer system changes or doesn't allow long term URL connections to a
> particular integrated family data.
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