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From: "Tom Kemp" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] 1st genealogy pub in America - 284 years ago today
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 14:56:29 -0400
As long as we're all going to the "pub" - be sure to join with us next
week for dinner at NGS to honor Halvor Moorshead on his retirement -
Join us in person, by e-mail or blog to honor Halvor Moorshead on his
Dinner 7 pm Thursday, 15 May 2008 at the Hyatt Regency's Crown Center
Peppercorn restaurant. On a budget? No problem, we're ordering from
the menu. RSVP to the event coordinators Tom Kemp or Pat Richley by
Sign the Guest Book: Stop by the GenealogyBank booth during the NGS
conference and write your best wishes to Halvor.
Can't Be There in Person? Leave your remarks at
http://HonoringHalvor.blogspot.com~ or ~Send your comments to the
event coordinators Tom Kemp or Pat Richley and we'll include it in the
JOIN in the camaraderie and THANK HALVOR for his service to the
Everyone agrees that Halvor Moorshead lives a powerful life and has
had amassive influence in the genealogy community through his three
hugely popular magazines Family Chronicle, Internet Genealogy &
History Magazine; and equally well-received book titles including 500
Brickwall Solutions, More Brickwall Solutions, Dating Old Photographs
and More Dating Old Photographs. His newest magazine project focuses
on beginning research and is titled Discovering Family History. Halvor
has been publishing since 1973,with 19 magazines titles to his credit.
Event Coordinators:Tom Kemp
On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 2:03 PM, Drew Smith <> wrote:
> On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 1:10 PM, Chris Staats <> wrote:
> > I was thinking it would need some theme music, though - maybe like the theme from "Cheers". All we would need to do is change the line : "Where everybody knows your name." to "Everybody knows surnames"
> OK, now we have to do the whole lyrics:
> Finding your roots in the world today takes everything you've got.
> Taking a break from all your brick walls, sure would help a lot.
> Wouldn't you like to find a way?
> Sometimes you want to go
> Where everybody knows surnames,
> and they're always glad you came.
> You wanna be where you can see,
> our puzzles are all the same
> You wanna be where everybody knows
> You wanna go where people know,
> sources aren't all the same,
> You wanna go where everybody knows
> Drew Smith
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