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Arizona Members

Hello,

I just wanted to ask, who all in the group lives in Arizona.

Jonathan

Yahoo! Groups Links

<*> To visit your group on the web, go to:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ranchos/

Ranchos Yahoo Closing: CountDown - 3 Days to Go



Don't worry. . .soon the group will be back to what most will consider
to be normal. As far as email delivery I don't think anyone will be
able to tell the difference between the Yahoo Ranchos and the Nuestros
Ranchos sites. (And yes those pesky double postings will stop, but
during this transition time they have been necessary). The main thing
is that you subscribe yourself to one, two or all three of the email
distribution lists and then "reply" to those confirmation emails.
Hijola, aren't you guys getting tired of hearing of those confirmation
emails? Once that is done you will never have to do anything again
unless you decide to change from individual emails to Digest or from
Digest to individual emails. In fact if you are ever going on vacation
or just don't want emails sent to you there is an option to set you
subscription to "no mail" and then you can just go to the
http://NuestrosRanchos.com site and read the messages online.



Anyway like I said on 31 March 2006 the Yahoo Groups will in effect
stop functioning as a group. If you take a look at the Yahoo
Description page you can see that it has been savagely modified to
point people to the http://NuestrosRanchos.com site. My hope is that as
the small percent of the 30-50% of those that have not retrieved their
passwords get the message that the Yahoo group has closed they might go
to the website and see a message with the "arrow" pointing them in the
right direction.

 

Good luck and we'll see you on the other side (oops, that should have
been said on the last day).



If you are totally lost, confused, intimidated, afraid, sad, mad, or
just plain fed up, but really want your subscription to stay intact and
don't know what to do NEVER FEAR! ! ! Joseph, Rosalinda, and Arturo are
HERE! Yes just email us at moderator@NuestrosRanchos.com and one of us
will be glad to move you. Remember doing genealogy research never
requires you to be proficient in the latest internet and computer
technology. If you just want us to move you we will!



but if you want to take a stab at it here are some directions:



http://www.NuestrosRanchos.com/node/13819


Please DO NOT
create a new account. Your account is already
set up with your YahooGroups userid but you will have to request a new
password in order to log in. The new password will be sent to the email
registered on your YahooGroups account and once you receive your
password you can log and change it to whatever they like. In order to
do this:

(no subject)

I think this one has let me in?

~~glo~~

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It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees--Emilano Zapata

(no subject)

I think this one has let me in?

~~glo~~

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It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees--Emilano Zapata

SLC trip Oct 2006

general Digest, Vol 2, Issue 18

Linda,
what I found is that when I posted my info on Ancestry.com's website,
soon after, the info I had provided was being offered for sale.
I have a cousin who had the same experience.
Therefore, I have learned: do not give ancestry.com ANY info: they will sell it back to you and to anyone else they can.

general Digest, Vol 2, Issue 18

Linda,
what I found is that when I posted my info on Ancestry.com's website,
soon after, the info I had provided was being offered for sale.
I have a cousin who had the same experience.
Therefore, I have learned: do not give ancestry.com ANY info: they will sell it back to you and to anyone else they can.

Posting files

I apologize, I wasn't clear in my message about not knowing how to
submit.. I meant all my records, 23,000 or more names with many not
connected to me... yet!

Ancestry.com has 2 family tree sites, OneWorldTree is a pay site. Once

TEST

TEST

~~glo~~

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It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees--Emilano Zapata

Coyote Section Podcast/New History Podcasts: Peru #'s 5 & 6

I've finally added material to the Coyote section of the podcast. I"ve
linked to a lecture from Dr. David Kalivas' podcast on the "Age of
Discovery."

Coyote-Mestizo: Cahmizo father and Mestizo mother

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