GENSMER-L ArchivesArchiver > GENSMER > 1997-11 > 0880030547
From: Glenn Gohr <>
Subject: Re: GENSMER-D Digest V97 #7
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 1997 06:55:47 -0600 (CST)
The rootsweb archives system is undergoing some changes, but should be
available the first part of December. They wanted to attach a password to
each list, but that caused more problems than it was worth. The archives
for the family lists should be up again in December. Here is the web site
that was used before and should work again eventually. I'll keep you
Glenn Gohr (Gensmer List Manager)
On Sun, 16 Nov 1997, Daniel G. Reinhold wrote:
> Glenn, I tried it and just got - File not found.
> At 03:11 AM 11/16/97 -0800, you wrote:
> >GENSMER-D DigestVolume 97 : Issue 7
> >Today's Topics:
> > #1 The new Rootsweb Archives System [Glenn Gohr <]
> >______________________________X-Message: #1
> >Date: Tue, 4 Nov 1997 00:49:07 -0600 (CST)
> >From: Glenn Gohr <>
> >To: , , ,
> > , , ,
> > , , ,
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> >Message-ID: <>
> >Subject: The new Rootsweb Archives System
> >Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
> >To access the new Rootsweb Archives System, follow this
> >procedure (at least this works for me):
> >Go to:
> >Find the surname of interest & click on the year or the month
> >you want.
> >Choices are:
> >All Years, 1997, Oct, Nov.
> >If you click on 1997, you will get a screen something like this:
> >Parent Directory
> >Each number relates to a month's worth of messages.
> >Click on one of these months, and then click on the last choice
> >of the next screen:
> >That will give you a chronological listing of posts by title. Then
> >you can access those you choose.
> >All the lists I manage were transferred from MAISER in May
> >1997, so that is the first month available. I'm hoping the
> >MAISER lists will also be transferred over to this screen soon.
> >This procedure is much easier than the earlier way that was set
> >up to look up previous postings.
> >Glenn Gohr (List Manager)
> Daniel Gensemer REINHOLD III
> Clinton Computer Consultants
> RR 4 Box 45
> Mill Hall, PA 17751-9622
> Voice phone (717) 748-3201
> Web page http://cub.kcnet.org/~millplay/
> Genealogical Surname Searching:
> REINHOLD, Lancaster County. PA, 1752 - now
> also variants REINOEHL, REINOEL, REINHOLT, REINHOLDT, REINWALD
> AMWEG, WENGER, WALTER, GENSEMER, Lancaster County, PA, 1700s
> MUSSER, GLISSEN, - SE PA. 1840 - now
> MACK, MOCK,- NE PA, 1880 - now
> Shake any family tree and a few nuts will fall.
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