I bought a new computer


…………and it has taken me 3 days to transfer, rearrange & organize all my files (still doing it) I have set up everything to sync to my iPad – so will be much easier to find what I’m looking for – I have to get all the paperwork organized next – got 2 BIG plastic containers full – truly it is stuff for the next generation that I will be doing (late 1600’s to the middle of the 1700’s) I’ve had many send me files and paperwork and such and have kept it all together so that when I come to it in my research I will have it~ I haven’t forgotten you all – just haven’t come to that part yet – I am now working my way to the Narragansett part of it – which is what a lot of you are trying to figure out – just had to get all the bases done 1st – These next few months will be organizing and sorting out all the lineages – in the 1700’s – then I will have questions (most of you will be sick of me when I’m done lol~)
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