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Offline Nor-Welsh

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Re: RootsChat "Quick 'n Easy" (getting started)
« on: Wednesday 16 December 15 22:30 GMT (UK) »
Hello...i have had moderate success in tracing living relatives in Norway. My research now takes me to the USA.   Does this site have active members from that country who might pick up the challenges I have in tracing the deceased and possible living??
I look forward to hearing from you...Regards.
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Re: Re: RootsChat "Quick 'n Easy" (getting started)
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 16 December 15 22:35 GMT (UK) »
Hi Nor-Welsh and welcome to Rootschat!

You will indeed find active researchers in the US - if you have a look on the Home page of Rootschat, and click on FORUM, you will get a list of the various boards.

Page down and you will find RESEARCH IN OTHER COUNTRIES and under that the US.

If you have a look at the board and read some of the posts, you will get the hang of the queries and be able to post an enquiry yourself.

Alternatively, you can post in the BEGINNERS forum just to start off with.

Please enjoy Rootschat, have a good look round (I always recommend the Photograph Restoration board to see some really interesting threads) and enjoy.  There are some great people here  :)
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