I thought of that before and didn't remember it until I tried it again, just now! What I get is a blue screen with Liberty Connection in a sort of triangular arrangement. Nothing else. There is nowhere to point my curser and no scroll bar. I tried shrinking the size to see if there might be something beyond the borders of my screen but was unable to. I've had this happen on another site of interest (not genealogical) and the page owner, who wanted me to critique his site and correct his grammar (he's from Thailand and doesn't speak English very well) wrote back and told me that I was having the problem because his site was not designed to be viewed by Netscape. I should think it wouldn't matter but I called my computer serviceman and he said it frequently made a difference. He has been trying to get me to switch to Explorer but I'm stubborn. The only way I have of protesting is to avoid any Microsoft products I can - I'm only one person but if others who hate Windows as much as i do, would follow suit, good changes might come about.
If the church of this site is in Liberty County, Georgia then it has to be the same one I referred to. I have three books on this church and community. None is complete. Each has something in it that is not in each of the others but the reprint of the one I spoke of is the most complete.
If you are the one looking for someone who married a Coleman, I'd like to suggest that you try nearby St. George's Parish which later became Burke County and then that part of Burke County became Jefferson County. There are several web sites (sorry, I didn't get the URLs) that I stumbled into last night. I recall seeing some Colemans there - but no Midway Church. I was also surprised to see some Colemans in NW Florida and SW GA -- in counties along the GA/Fl border.
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