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Name: Tim Williams <
...@> Date: 2003-07-07 Comments:
Can anyone tell me the head of household #785 in the 1850 Tallapoosa census. There is an Emaline Griffin with two Smith sons. The name appears to be Sessions but, I'm not sure. I'm trying to connect her to the James Griffin living in the next household. Thanks
Name: Marie Blocher <
...@> Date: 2002-07-17 Comments:
What I'd like to see -
Once I've gotten to http://resources.rootsweb.com/USA/AL/Tallapoosa/
I'd like to be able to search for a surname
**in Tallapoosa County records only** That means I'm not
interested in the Henry County censuses or Marengo county
Why is this not possible?
What happens is that I get several hundreds of hits,
including all that stuff I'm not interested in. As my
mothr used to say "that's too much sugar for a dime."
It would take me hours to go thru all those hits that I'm
not interested in to find the few that I might be, and
there is no facility to narrow the search. Surely you can
restrict the search engine to the records for the county
of the web page the request comes from? If I wanted to search
all of Alabama, I'd have searched from the state page.
Name: jo ann polk <c...@> Date: 2002-07-01 Comments:
does any one know of a james monroe patterson and his wife was georgiana mcgrady in tallapoosa co alabama he is my greatgrandfather i would like to know more he had one dau and 5 sons by his first wife georgiana and he married again to a wright but i don't know her first name and she had kids last known was tallassee alabama. jo ann
Name: James Willis <
...@> Date: 2001-01-05 Comments:
Have found more information in one evening than in several days of looking on paid site.
Name: Earl R. Greathouse <E...@> Date: 2000-09-25 Comments:
This is a great site. I now have a pretty complete family history. i can now bring forward the Greathouse name to me and my children.
Name: Dot Hunt <
...@> Date: 2000-07-31 Comments:
Rootsweb has been my main kin finder.
since i began posting here i have found a 1/2 dozen connections! Prior
to rootsweb i only found 1. now if i can just learn how to access state web sites &/or county main pages? Wherein list owner/manager has put resources on-line for helping list subscribers?