Saturday Nite Fun: What Genealogist Would YOU Like To Meet!

June 28, 2009 at 9:48 am 1 comment

Although Randy Seaver is having a great time at Jamboree in California, he still found time for us at home to do Saturday Nite Fun.
Here is the questions we are suppose to answer:

1) Identify one genealogist that you would like to meet. The person could be living or deceased. Well, since I’ve already met Sheri Fenley and Elizabeth Shown Mills, LOL, let me see who I would pick. I would pick Lloyd Timmons, deceased. He hosted the Timmons Family site for years before he died. He provided so much information on my maternal line for me. It was exciting to see him discover ancestry.com and add even more content to our family.

2) Why do you want to meet with this person? First, I would thank him for all the time he provided posting valuable family information. Then, I would tell him what special cousin he is to me.

3) What would you talk about? I would love to hear about the family members he knew I did not get a chance to meet. What questions would you ask this person? What motivated him and got him started in genealogy.

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  • 1. Sheri Fenley  |  July 18, 2009 at 7:43 pm

    I just now got to read this. You are the Kiss up Queen!

    Love and Miss you!

    Reply

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