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From: "kfrog" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] LISTER'S
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 19:29:01 -0700
> I'm brand new here and notice we're called "Listers." I hope that implies
that we're all on the mailing list and NOT that we're all so old that we're
> Jerry Mercier
Jerry, I love this! You are funny and will fit right in with Q-R! My "family
stump" just began blossoming into a tree this week-if you are new, you may
have missed the whoops, screams and rejoicing. But my tree definitely
"lists" because all I have is my father's side and my infamous Grandpa
Rudolph Olsen who was found BOTH here AND in Norway this week! Wow!!! I may
have a one-sided, listing tree, but I have ROOTS and I am just terribly
excited! (The reason it lists? My mother was adopted in Chicago c. 1904 and
therefore I know nothing.) With all my searching around for Rudolph and
discovering my roots in Norway, I'll bet no one knows that I am actually 3/4
Irish LOL! An' the top o' the mornin' to ye!
By the way, my Quebecois husband's side has Merciers. (Our son is working on
that side-it is a veritable family forest.) My husband said to ask if you
have any Merciers in Ste. Agathe de Lobitiniere. He was born in Ste.
Welcome aboard, Jerry! Some of us may be listing, but we ain't dead yet!
Kay in Campbell, CA, who comes from a long line of dead people...