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Hainings Guestbook





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I am the daughter of Charles and Charlotte Bolinder, I would very much like to have someone email me and contact me with information about my aunt's and uncle's of my father, Charles "Gil" Bolinder. :D

Admin reply: Hi, Lyn! I will email you directly.


Added: July 19, 2014
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Sarah Clark, daughter of John Bell Clark and Caroline Jones, was my mother's cousin. I just got a copy of his death certificate and am puzzling over "panclysic" as the primary cause of death. Searching for the word brought up your record and in the Google entry a mention of a "bullet." Please help me understand the connection. Was this the official way to gloss over his death as suicide?

Admin reply:

Hi, Don —

The "Panclysic & Cerebral Hemmorage" cause of death came from a detailed family group record on the Clark-Williams website — if I recall correctly, the report was generated by Tom Clark II. For me the information comes secondhand. I haven't seen the death certificate image myself, and presumably "panclysic" is the best interpretation of bad handwriting. :!thinking:

I've always rather suspected, however, that the word really should be "paralytic" (which would make sense, paired with cerebral hemmorhage). With bad handwriting, "ra" could be read as "nc" and I suppose "paralysic" might have been an alternative archaic form of the adjective for paralysis. That's my theory, anyhow. Mind sending me a digital image of the death certificate, since you've gone to the trouble of getting it?

Btw, I answered an earlier email from you today on the Ancestry website.

cheers,
Kirsty
:D

P.S. The "bullet" in the google results is actually a bit of a red herring — it's referring to the bulleted text that follows the cause of death information. So you got formatting details mixed in with the actual text in the google hit.


Added: July 2, 2014
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Greetings!

Admin reply: Greetings to you as well. What brought you to my website?


Added: June 9, 2014
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For Paula nee Clarke (or other Clarke family members).

Could we please discuss. I'm still in doubt about your Mother Jean's Mother.

Yours,

Trevor

Admin reply: Hi, Trevor! I will email you directly regarding this.


Added: May 9, 2014
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Private post. Click to view.



Admin reply: None of these people are in my tree; I cannot help you.


Added: April 20, 2014
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Comments:
This is great! It's easy to use and well documented. Super!

If you you want to use any of the family photos that I have scanned, feel free.

Admin reply: Thanks, Jeannie! I'm going to take you up on that offer of photos, especially since one of my goals this year is to work on all my genealogy-related pictures. :D


Added: April 14, 2014
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Your website is wonderful! I saw your invitation to view on the Legacy Users Group list. I am inspired to reach this level some day soon!

Admin reply: Thank you! Legacy makes it easy to create professional-looking pages in minutes. :!cool:


Added: April 13, 2014
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Comments:
I like very much the collage you have on your home page. What kind of software did you use to build it?

Admin reply: I created my collage with Photoshop Elements version 11. Each corner of the collage has a photo representing one of the main surnames of my family (Haining, Harrower, Powell, Richmond). I tried to do a nice mix of old photos and present-day portraits, as well as gravestones and documents (the genealogist's toolbox). :)


Added: April 13, 2014
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Comments:
Very nice start. Can't wait to see it after you get more added.

Admin reply: Thank you!


Added: April 6, 2014
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Welcome to my website! :!sun:

Please sign my guestbook (especially if you would like to add a comment or correction to any of the data you've seen here). I look forward to hearing from you.

:)


Added: April 6, 2014
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