Re: Italian Gen Group databases #general
Jan Groshan <jangro@...>
I don't believe the Genealogy Federation of Long Island was the only source for
transcription on these two databases. I for one personally transcribed 20+ pages
for the German Genealogy group. There was a plea for volunteers, and since that
database had helped me in one of my many quests, I felt it was only fair to give
"Joy Rich" <email@example.com> wrote in message:
> The databases at http://www.italiangen.org/databaselist.stm and
> http://www.germangenealogygroup.com/otherdb.stm were created >from the
typing and scanning done by the volunteers of the Genealogy Federation of Long
Island. The databases on the two sites should exactly duplicate each other. If an
entry is in one database but not the other, something is wrong. Click "Contact Us"
and let the society that's missing an entry know that it's missing.
> You can also search the databases through Steve Morse's search engine at
> http://www.stevemorse.org .
> Joy Rich
> Brooklyn, NY