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From: "Doug Neibaur" <>
Subject: Re: [UTGEN] Re: UTGEN-D Digest V00 #20
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 21:28:04 -0700
Hi everyone, sorry it has taken me so long to respond. We started hauling
our seed potatoes in on Monday. I also made the ultimate sacrifice when I
let my Mom take my laptop to St George for a couple of weeks. I didn't
realize how dependent I have become to the thing.
Emmett, it would be great if you would do a search engine for us. Thanks for
offering to do that. Let us all know what we need to do.
Myrt, I will make the changes to the CChelp page ASAP. Thanks for your
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Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 7:38 AM
Subject: [UTGEN] Re: UTGEN-D Digest V00 #20
> Just wanted to say,"Hello and welcome, Annette." When the Davis Co. dust
> settles for you, I'd like to hear about your cemetery list (maybe in
> progress) and its relationship to the sexton or burial list web site which
> appears to be for the whole state. Since I am not from UT, I don't know
> history of all these data sources. I did not notice which query system
> uses, but highly recommend GenConnect.
> I did borrow the Vietnam Vets URL from the Davis page for use on Cache.
> Doug, since you are busy, would you like me to pursue the "Search Utah"
> with "WhatUSeek"? I have looked into it some and understand some of it at
> the moment. It is one of those web ideas where ~utgenweb would be given
> "site ID" and "password" and the parameters for how often and what to
> have to be set. Since some of us use Lofthouse and others Rootsweb hosts,
> that would need to be specified somehow based on the links included
> I like the CCHelp page idea, saves everyone from duplicating those links.
> There is one link in it which seems to have two URLs, probably a missing
> coding error.
> Cache Co. has been quiet, no queries, except Larry D. Christiansen send
> town histories for Cache Junction and for Quigley Crossing this week. He
> already sent Clarkston and Newton histories in Feb. All four are running
> under the Towns link.
> Emmett Mason