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From: "Roy C. Smith" <>
Subject: Re: History Channel
Date: Sun, 7 Apr 2002 12:39:11 -0500
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I watched the program last night. It used the same stories that the
Ancestry Program on PBS last year. I think both networks are owned by the
same people. But this one went into much greater details than the Ancestry
Shows did. It is very hard to do this kind of genealogy work unless you
have a lot of money. Most of us just strugle along and do the best we can
with the help of others in the part of the country that we need data from.
Roy from East Texas

----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan D. Slade-Grossl" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, April 06, 2002 10:08 PM
Subject: Re: History Channel

> I agree, the whole time I was watching I was thinking that he was missing
> out on the "thrill of the hunt" and "the excitement of the find". In other
> words it would be like finding a book of half of your family already done
> and nothing for you to do.
> I thought the show was interesting, BUT, it seems like one big
> for It was kinda nice to see what Paul Burchfield looked
> tho. Having used FTM, I had exchanged an email or two with him over
> I was having.
> Susan
> Boise, Idaho, USA
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, April 06, 2002 7:05 PM
> Subject: History Channel
> > Here I am watching a great program on TV and trying to read my e-mail.
> Also
> > tried to access the website but it is clogged up as the TV special has
> been
> > on for an hour now. What about doing what Alec Baldwin hireing his
> genealogy
> > work done like that. I feel it would be like having children and having
> > someone else raise them then getting back the finished product. It would
> be
> > nice to be able to afford it but the fun would be gone. Glen Stevenson
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