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Re: Archibald & Nancy McDonald McConkey history
Posted by: Cindi Schmerber (ID *****6208) Date: August 22, 2008 at 05:30:55
In Reply to: Re: Archibald & Nancy McDonald McConkey history by m reed of 294

Wow, so sorry to hear about your computer crashing. I've had the same thing happen to me in the past, but luckily I had backed everything up only 6 weeks prior to it happening, so I didn't lose much data. I did lose lots of digital photos, though... sigh.

As for the genealogy, I've pretty well posted what I have. I haven't been able to do much active research on this line, because shortly after I made the connection to Archibald & Nancy, my husband was diagnosed with cancer. Just about the only work I've done since then is to make sure that what I do have in my computer is free of typos, etc. -- things I could do on my existing info in my laptop while sitting next to his hospital bed, you know?

I'll keep your name and contact you when I can get back to all this in the future. There are several others out there with lots more info than I have, anyway. I'm sure they'll be glad to help you as they helped me when I was actively researching. Good luck!

Cindi


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