I'm constructing family trees for my lineage. Right now I've got a tree for my mother's side, the Studards line. I'll be working on a tree for the Fisher line shortly. In the future, I hope to construct one for the Smith line (my maternal grandmother's side) and the Henderson line (my paternal grandmother's side).
If you are a Studards, or can trace your lineage to the name Studards, send me an e-mail and we'll see what we can do to add you to the tree. You can also request a copy of the tree as I have it.
Likewise, if you are a Fisher and can trace your lineage to Battle Creek, MI, or thereabouts, or Corringham, England, drop me a line.
One thing that I absolutely hate is Spam (Unsolicited commercial or bulk) e-mail. As a result, here are some links and information for fighting spam.
- First, NEVER reply to a junk e-mail. All that does is confirm to the spammer that your account really does exist and can thus be sold to other spammers, creating a vicious cycle. This assumes they actually use a real e-mail address as the reply-to or sending address and not a forged one, which is typcial.
- Second, NEVER use the "Click here to Remove" link offered in some messages. In most cases, this does the exact same thing as the first point above, and doesn't really remove you from any lists. I only use this when the message is a newsletter from a reliable source that I knowingly subscribed to.
- Third, when reporting SPAM abuse, almost all ISPs require you to use Full e-mail headers, showing the IP adress(es) the e-mail originated from and traveled through; or they can't do anything about it. For information about Spam, what it is, how to enable full e-mail headers, and how to fight spam, refer to the following links:
Along these lines are virus hoaxes and e-mail chain letters.