Wed., October 1, 1997
I'm sixty years old, single, not as militaristic as you all but I stand up for myself. By religious preferance I am a Bahai. I would like meet people in the Cleveland area who have the same interests as yourselves.
Sun, 05 Oct 1997
What a great page you have built up on the net. Apart from Poppe's
pages, this is one of the nicest I've seen so far ! Congratulations for
that. I've already downloaded the pictures on it, to paste some of them
into my screensaver-program.
Mon, 6 Oct 1997
Dear Ones, Thank you for the invitation to visit your web site.
Although I do not personally agree with all your philosophy,
I do believe your site is a welcome addition to our Pagan
family. Your site is, indeed, beautiful and artistically
presented. I wish you and yours many blessings and love.
Blessed Be in The Light,..........MoonMother
Mon, 6 Oct 1997
Caitriona ni Guarie
This web page is wonderful. You have done such a good job. Everything is easy to go to and to come from in a logical and really neat pattern. I will definately have to keep checking on this page in the future.
Good talking with you today! Just read some of your very large Web site. I see we have a lot of interests in common. Including Paganism, which my wife and I know a good bit about though we don't practice anything recognizable as such. Have some sort of vague connection with NorthWind, though they're a bit authoritarian for my taste.
Look forward to talking with you again and meeting you.
PS - you know about Flying Pigs too!
Mon, 13 Oct 1997
Rogersville T ennessee
I enjoyed your page muchly, looking forward to learning all the time.Life's paths are wonderful things.I'm glad ours have run into each others. Mariah I am going to keep following your bread crumbs...
Bright Blessing to all.Alkarin...
Mon, 20 Oct 1997
I have recently gotten out of a 10 year relationship. Now I am trying to find what I am interested in and like to do instead of focusing all of my energy on someone else. I have been reading a lot about Paganism and am very interested, but I don't really know anyone to discuss the topic with or anyone to give me some guidance. If you have any suggestions I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you, lost in Kentucky
Wed, 22 Oct 1997
Out West, On The Raging Main!
Uh,... That photo must be replaced! What a geekazoid, Did I not leave behind any prints of in my suit? I'll see if I can scan one and post it to you. The site is cool! Glad to be a part of it, I'll post a slight intro for you to paste as soon as possible.
Thu, 23 Oct 1997
Wow!! what a beautiful page. I really enjoyed the wisdom and the
gorgeous graphics. Obviously you are folks who believe strongly in
the poly lifestyle. I hope you don't mind if I use a link to
your page on MY homepage. Keep up the wonderful work...I'll
be back soon.
Thu, 23 Oct 1997
Falls Church Virginia
Your opening photo is fantastic! I loved it ... even if I don't find any of my Turner ancestors ... I haven't even started yet, but just in case aol bumps me off wanted to let you know that the first impression was great and I love your graphics too.
Sat, 25 Oct 1997
I am really impressed with your pages. Mine are
going through "growing pains" right now, so I am
looking for ways to handle big files.
I married into the Lawson line and have not had
the time to do as much research as I would like.
The family came into the US from Sweden and settled
in Mass. Most are still in that area. I'm not sure
if the Lawson lists are where we belong because the
name was changed from Larson to Lawson when the
original gent came into the US, probably a common
happening. I just wanted to drop in and say "good work!"
Well, I just spent far too long wandering through your tree. My fault,
not yours! Though the surname page does take forever to load. Don't know what can be done about that. But what fun to see all the old family names. We are related many times over. I have extensions of some of your ancestors siblings, if you are interested. I have bunches of Higgins, Linnells, Atwoods ...and other Barnstable Co. folks.
In fact, after encountering almost all my Barnstable names, I was shocked
when I didn't see one. Guess the community didn't all marry every family
after all. I didn't see Charlemagne, but did see several descendents of his. Did I miss him? I thought I'd misread when I saw your "90 generations." But then I noticed in the surname list all those funny Northern European,
pre-Renaissance names. I wonder if Tiffany will ever sound as funny to
future generations as some of those do to us.