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5 Responses to Contact

  1. Deanna says:

    Hello Steve I’ve been looking at genealogy blogs. I noticed you use WP. I also use WP (okay I’m learning it for work http://www.whatdidyoulearntoday.ca) I really like how you have genealogy pages on the right column. Is that part of your template, or a widget or plug in. Also the surnames tab lists additional surnames. How did you choose which to make genealogy pages for and which to just list in the surnames tab.

    Thank you very much,
    Deanna Bullock

  2. Kiara Pirola says:

    Hi Steve,

    I am a designer working for a catholic non-for-profit organisation in Australia and am currently putting together a resource product on the Rosary for Catholic elementary school students. I am currently creating a Meditation slideshow for teachers to use in the classroom and I would like to use the beautiful photo of the Wedding of Cana from St Vincent de Paul’s Church in Albany NY. I was wondering if firstly it was possible to obtain permission to use the photo in our meditation and secondly what the steps would be to obtain that permission.

    Kind Regards,
    Kiara Pirola

    The Parish and Marriage Resource Center & LivingWell Media

  3. ruth coyne says:

    i am having trouble sending message using “contact” above. If this works I will try again. thank you

  4. Joyce says:

    Hi Steve-
    Thanks so much for the details of what is displayed on the pages of the church records.
    I am trying to locate the record of my grandmother, also from Galicia, and after spending a few hours at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, I may be getting close. My next venture will be to have the microfilms sent to our local LDS church where I can spend more time examining them. The writing is rather difficult to understand.
    Again, thanks for taking the time to explain your efforts! Dziekuja!
    Joyce

  5. Mary Pat Fortney says:

    I had an uncle that was a Urologist . He lived in Worcester with my Aunt Dottie and their 4 kids. His name was Vincent, but most people called him Mike. He was killed in a car accident in the 70′s.

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