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From: Jim Walton <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] QuakerMeetings.com is back up on the Web
Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2010 19:29:04 +0900
I just saw your messages, that's why I haven't answered sooner. I'm using
gmail and I have a filter set up, but it sure isn't working properly. It
puts some messages in the label but ignores others. I'll just have to be
sure to check closer.
I'll check out the web site.Getting to other research sites is a bit of a
problem. I live in Korea, and I just discovered today that the closest
Mormon research center was closed. Hopefully one of the others is still
open, but not too many people here doing genealogy. Koreans know their
family history for many generations. My father-in-law was a 34th generation
in his family, and all the members are recorded in government records. Kind
of takes the fun out of genealogy...
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 8:12 AM, Tom Hill for MMNA <
> With a lot of help from the IT folks at Earlham College and Silicon
> Prairie Ventures in Indianapolis, the database behind Monthly Meetings in
> North America: A Quaker Index is back on-line at www.QuakerMeetings.com .
> Clicking on the link should take you to the website now owned and hosted by
> Earlham, but please note that the change in host will suggest to your
> browser that this a phishing change. Thus, you will probably need to
> confirm that you really want to visit the site. Even then, Internet
> Explorer seems determined to refuse to allow direct access. By contrast,
> Mozilla Firefox asks some sharp questions and then accepts the new
> certification. That approach inspires more confidence in me.
> Aside from the host, I have made a few edits reflecting recent
> visits to old Virginia meetinghouse sites and some Ohio location
> I received from the active Ohio Yearly Meeting (the Wilburite branch) and
> some Quaker-Roots list participants. I have started to add current
> for Eastern Region churches. I have also started to add location details
> from the last draft before her death of Willna Uebrickpachelli's "Meetings
> in Baltimore and Virginia Yearly Meetings". However, her work included so
> much information that it will take at least several more weeks for me to
> in updated information on all 448 particular meetings Willna listed.
> The unsaid message above is that Earlham has given me continuing
> editing privileges for the on-line information along with Earlham staff.
> Please do no hesitate to send corrections and supplemental information for
> any meeting with which you can help. I think the website would especially
> benefit from having the latitude and longitude of any local meeting within
> any monthly meeting. If QuakerMeetings.com does not reflect them or has
> them wrong, send me a note through "Contact Us" or directly at the e-mail
> address below.
> Tom Hill
> Thomas C. Hill
> Charlottesville, VA 22901-6355 U.S.A.
> formerly Cincinnati, OH
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>From Evidence Explained by Elizabeth Shown Mills
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