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Online Gassaway Tree
Posted by: Martha Bowes (ID *****8219) Date: May 07, 2011 at 14:17:51
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Are there any large Gassaway family trees online or just a lot of different small ones? I don't spend much time on this family, but I have a pretty good lineage going at my website. I would love it if someone who is Passionate about this family, Detail Oriented, Concerned with Recording Sources when possible, and Computer Savvy would be interested in working on this family at my website. I could give you editing rights to the Gassaway section so you could add and edit the records, potentially making it a very good source.

I just don't have time to do it, and I have a disability which makes it hard for me to keep up with my other projects. I have a good family file from someone else I had promised to add but can't get around to, so I would like someone to start with adding their own family and this person's family before moving on.

Here is where I have what I have so far, starting with Thomas Gaswaie: Click descendents to view the whole family file so far. There would be no way to add families that don't yet know how they connect to the ones already here, but making this a more comprehensive online tree could help people establish connections.

Martha Bowes

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