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From: "J.F.Manneschmidt" <>
Subject: Re: [WAR] I am a complete Novice
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001 17:27:12 -0500
References: <000c01c0832a$c2b6d140$5040893e@default> <001d01c083a1$f8758ac0$2ec57ad5@testpc> <00df01c083a3$52678dc0$ce3a70c2@oemcomputer>
There are lists on the web of many, many cutsies that Some Kind Soul might
attach to a note to Ian. I don't happen to have such a list.
Stress? I'm A Frayed Knot
John Kane wrote:
> I read SKS as 'Some Kind Soul'.
> Best regards,
> John Kane
> Sapcote, Leicestershire.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Ian Cockell <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Sunday, January 21, 2001 12:02 PM
> Subject: [WAR] I am a complete Novice
> > I am an absolute novice to "computerised genealogy" and I have seen the
> > abbreviation - SKS in many mailings suggesting that this may be a source
> > information.
> > But I have no idea what it stands for!
> > - any and all help as to what it is and how best to use it will be very
> > gratefully accepted
> > Many thanks
> > Ian cockell
> > =======================================
> > Ian Cockell Interests: Genealogy :
> > 10 Sherbourne Close DAVENPORT
> > 3 8BD
> > UK
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