Linwood was dedicated and selfless with the genealogy and other work. He would have been turbo charged with today's technology and I'm sure make very good use of and be a presence on the Internet, I think he did quite well with the tools and resources available at the time.
It is a tragedy that his wishes are at best not respected by his daughter and the work which took half his life will not be used as he had always wanted.
I saw some reference to finding his daugher's info or contacting her, I came across her Website which is: http://www.peura.com Maybe after some years she would be willing to turn over her father's files.
I suggest that someone who corresponded closely with Lin try to contact her because it is worth trying to preserve and build on his work, which is the only thing he wanted, so simple but unfortunately so difficult.
I know he never could have imagined that his many years and countless hours of efforts would be lost for something that was so important to him, and unfortunately his immediate family refuses to respect or honor his simple wish.
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