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From: "Bradford Miter" <>
Subject: Re: [NYRENSSE] Where is Barbara Jeffries's website?
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 16:14:01 -0500
In-Reply-To: <bff.e4d2c9f.32e10b20@aol.com>


I think it would behoove us all to put our transcribed data at Rootsweb.com
or the USGENweb as previously proposed, as well as at our own websites.
This should give it some continuity in the event of our demise. I, for one,
have no relatives who will know what to do with my data.

Brad Miter

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Subject: Re: [NYRENSSE] Where is Barbara Jeffries's website?


I wonder how, or what arrangements people make with their web sites in case
of passing? I have a large website for another region and I do not want it
to
dissappear on my passing so very much work.

Barbara had a tremendous amount of data that should have been copied and
kept
by someone for future genealogists. Though at times there were errors we
are all susceptiable to them and I appreciated her personal assistant some
ten
years ago to find kin of mine.

Does others have web sites that need retained or saved? Is there not
something we can do to salvage them.?

Susi Jones Pentico
San Diego



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