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Re: Eamigh/Emigh web site
Posted by: Linda Dreier Date: September 08, 2000 at 14:13:09
In Reply to: Re: Eamigh/Emigh web site by Mary Beth( Emigh) Pliley of 358

Dear Mary Beth, last April 8 I sent you a reply to this post. So far I do not know how to delete my reply, but my deepest apologies to you and to anyone who went to the web site address that I posted.


I accidently left part of the correct web address off, and a wonderful lady just notified me last night, Thurs., Sept. 7, that the web site address I posted led to an abusive child site. Please everyone, the 8/4/2000 posting has the wrong web address.

The correct and complete address to find family information about such families as the Eamighs and the Dreiers is:

http://www.findingfamily.homestead.com

I left the word 'homestead' off, and thus the wrong site is accessed.

My site is fairly new and I am still creating it. There is a memorial on it for Anna (Eamigh) Dreier right now. She was a really special mother-in-law, so some of you might want to read her memorial. Hope to add more Eamigh information to the site in the near future.

Bye for now - I'm off to see if I can not remove my incorrect posting now.

Linda Dreier


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