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RE- " TOLBERT FAMILY " Tree- etc' ( Nita216 ) 4/6/2011

Journal by edmondsallan

With the French open nearly finished , and a day off from searching NEW ZEALAND for a " SMITH " ancester who has just shown up with sketchy details ( making me search the whole ( 419 ) 0f them in hope of finding him and a rest day in our private research group ,I am able today to give some time assisting you

The following may assist you in your search - I was unable to Prove
( 100 % ) the first part
The other ( all the Tolbert, names and dates are on the website < ""

Camela Haynes - b -17th July - 1905 ( place ????? )-d- 1st Sept -2010

William Tolbert -b- 25th Nov 1905 ( place -??? )-d-3oth July-1960
These names are also from Alabama . Usa

1. Tolbert, Amanda Elizabeth (b.1850)
2. Tolbert, Amanda L. (Mandy) (b.1879)
3. Tolbert, Della (b.1905)
4. Tolbert, Eldora (b.1892)
5. Tolbert, Elizabeth Francis (1854 - 1918)
6. Tolbert, Ellen (b.1877)
7. Tolbert, Fayette W. (b.1894)
8. Tolbert, George C (b.1842)
9. Tolbert, Henry Lewis (b.1836)
10. Tolbert, Hulda Jane (b.1880)
11. Tolbert, James Brett 'Jim' (b.1851)
12. Tolbert, James R. (b.1868)
13. Tolbert, James Reuben (b.1883)
14. Tolbert, Jerusha Ann (Rutha) (1866 - 1946)
15. Tolbert, John F (1886 - 1971)
16. Tolbert, John Joseph (b.1882)
17. Tolbert, Lawerence (b.1902)
18. Tolbert, Lena M. (b.1877)
19. Tolbert, Leonard (b.1913)
20. Tolbert, Lera J (b.1899)
21. Tolbert, Levi L (b.1839)
22. Tolbert, Louie T (b.1910)

23. Tolbert, Louisa C. (b.1834)
24. Tolbert, Louisa E. (b.1860)
25. Tolbert, Lue Ellar (b.1884)
26. Tolbert, Marietta (b.1879)
27. Tolbert, Marion B. (b.1876)
28. Tolbert, Martha A (b.1889)
29. Tolbert, Martha L 'Margie' (1859 - 1949)
30. Tolbert, Martha L.C. (b.1862)
31. Tolbert, Mary Elizabeth (1882 - 1960)
32. Tolbert, Miner A. (b.1890)
33. Tolbert, Newton J. (b.1874)
34. Tolbert, Newton 'Newt' (b.1846)
35. Tolbert, Reuben A (1861 - 1936)
36. Tolbert, Samuel Harris (b.1835)
37. Tolbert, Terry Monroe (1888 - 1960)
38. Tolbert, William H (1886 - 1918)
39. Tolbert, William Jesse Levi (b.1896)
40. Tolbert, William M. (b.1872)
41. Tolbert, William Monroe (b.1807)
42. Tolbert, William Monroe (1853 - 1930)
43. Tolbert, William Monroe (1881 - 1958)
44. Tolbert, William Pliney (b.1878)

If none of this assist you , Just throw it in the can .

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

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on 2011-06-03 18:35:23

edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.

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by janilye on 2011-06-03 19:04:16

Thank God for that. I thought you were going all the way to 'Z'
The SMITHs were annoying the hell out of me. All over the bloody page. I had to trawl through all that crap to find a genuine post.
Why don't you just publish the website and put us all out of our misery.
It's not nescessary to give us a blow by blow description of your Smith search.

by edmondsallan on 2011-06-03 20:28:17

I thought if we combine the " SMITH " deaths journals with the these journal with their BDM's we would have one of the " Best websites in the world on " New Zealand's " Smiths "

by edmondsallan on 2011-06-03 20:33:49

sorry pressed the wrong button

I experimented in adding the both together ( off line ) and I think we may have a winner . The only trouble is . its a slow process. And as I am searching for my realitive it came together like clockwork . I would like your opinion on the thought . What do you think Janilye ? Kind regards

by janilye on 2011-06-03 21:14:13

Can't they be alphabetically on one page like the IGI search pilot does it.. A male list A to Z and a female list. that way there is only 52 pages or 70 at the most if the forename is a common one.
If anyone is searching for an Albert Smith they don't want to go through 500 pages of ALbert Smiths. Hell I'd say stuff that and just go to the family search. The lists in here are searchable only by name not by dates.
To be honest I don't think I could stay here and watch till you get to Zygfryd Smith.

by janilye on 2011-06-03 21:19:49

Good Grief! What are you going to do when you get to John Smith? give us 150 separate pages.

by edmondsallan on 2011-06-03 21:29:30

Thanks for your reply . Janiyle . That is an excellent comment. I might just take few of the closes ones then do what you respectfully suggested . Mind you we could miss out on some of the unregisterd deaths and places as most of them are before 1900. I think we could find a balance of the two things . What is your opinion on this > ?
kind regards

by janilye on 2011-06-03 22:08:21

My opinion is you publish the DATABASE you are copying them from and go back to watching the tennis.

by edmondsallan on 2011-06-03 22:19:04

I guess we will just have to agree to disagree on this particular subject or methods of application The finals of the tennis finish on Monday . I then have to get underway again with the ancestry work Thank you for your replies and comments. Kind regards

by emeraldsprings on 2011-06-04 17:43:50

be honest. its all about the points

by 1bobbylee on 2011-06-04 19:09:10

Hey, it's 3 points a pop. pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop pop. That = 20 pops, Let's see, Mmmmmm - 20 pops at 3 points a pop That's 60 points!! If you list 20 journals on 1 page and 1/2 Don't worry about how educational this may be for our members. Horror of Horrors - Let's not even think a member would list a journal just for the points. Or would they?

by edmondsallan on 2011-06-04 19:35:36

perhaps you are all right -- or perhaps you are all wrong . I wonder what the real answer is . or perhaps their isn't one that any of us know - As has happened before , this sort of comments has nothing to do with the origin of the query . So in kind words I will not comment any further on these sort of comments. kind regards to all

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