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Joewihit wrote and politely asked (before the masses attacked): >Does anyone know how I could obtain a premium username and/or password >for this website: I am a volunteer genealogist >trying to help people and cannot afford this service on my own. I have >helped nearly a 100 people find their heritage. > THANKS > Cemetery Without the sarcasm issued forth by some of the OTHER posters, who took the opportunity to label you as a thief, beggar, liar, etc. Simply because you asked for free access to an online service that costs a paltry, nominal fee, I will offer you MY logon and password. Obviously those people never considered whether anyone who owned a computer and payed for Internet access, could not afford the minimal $1.44 per week (about.20 per day) before they replied so viciously. I did consider this, which is why I'll give you my logon in the interest of 'sharing'.
If we ALL will share my logon and password, then think of the collective money we will save! Of course, Ancestry.com will probably fail to exist, but by then we'll all have the data we need and who cares what happens to the 'other guy'.that shut in who can't travel to get his data, who paid his dues without complaint. No, in the interest of sharing here then are my logon and passwords. Feel free to spread them around, share them!
(PS.remember to type them in exactly as shown and use UPPER CASE letters) logon (WHATAREYOUANIDIOT?) password (GETREAL) m.p., 0:00 น. On 14 Oct 2000 13:21:51 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Otten) wrote: >logon (WHATAREYOUANIDIOT?) >password (GETREAL) No, he's just another one of those people who thinks he shouldn't have to pay just because everyone else does - he probably has one of those illegal boxes to get free cable service too. What the heck, all big companies deserve to be ripped off, right? They should be offering their goods and services free. Yeah, and I bet this guy tells his boss he shouldn't have to work for his paycheck, either. Sue Murray, 0:00 น. Caution: The following points are made with liberal use of tounge in cheek humor.
Writes: > >I sent in a query to this web site; > > Oh yes. The site which promises to send you the coat of arms for YOUR family (surname).
More like *A* person or family having the same surname as yours, and perhaps not even related going back 20 generations. (assuming the surname was even present 20 generations in the past.) >When I did a search for the name Violette I got a blank. But I remembered that >I had seen the name spelled with no 'te' at the end on some of the >genealogical data. So when I searched for the name 'Violet' and I got the >following message: Since I'm not up on French, I only mention this as unspecific, but if in that language spoken at the place of origin, the SOUND of the surname can be phonetically (or even near phonetically) spelled in another manner than the way you know it to be spelled, you might want to consider the misspelling a possibility if you find that spelling in the region. I should have checked Violette when I was over on Babelfish, but if my guess is correct, it is the French word for the color simulating the color near purple that some of us call violet, is that correct? I see no reason why there can't be two such families in the world in different regions of Europe at the time surnames were handed out, who's cheeks were so rosy red that they were almost purple and the other townsfolk decided to name them for that attribute. Just like all the different cooks in the world who got the name Cook/Koch.