tool drawing together Fleming queries and
research interests from across the World
Wide Web. Remove the guess work choosing
search-terms on other sites. The Directory
will include all variants of Fleming when
links will have defunct email addresses.
Even without an updated email address, the
entry is still a record that out there, just
beyond your reach, you may have family.
Message boards for surname, location and
topics. Message placed on the Fleming board are now gatewayed to
Centres on the 1881 UK census. Free to link your
family to census entries and search for matches
but a you need to
subscribe to make contact.
A global mailing list or listserv sponsored by
Rootsweb and received as email. Search
FLEMING-L archives enter and key "Fleming" at
the prompt. This search engine searches all mailing list
archives on the Rootsweb server. The big advantage of
mailing lists is that the queries come to you, rather
than you having to go and find them.
It's easy to start receiving
everybody's emails/postings to this list -- just click
on 'new message' in your mail program (not your
browser). When the "mail-to" window appears,
enter "FLEMING-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org". Then write just
the single word
subscribe in the body of the message. Click <send>.
If you want to unsubscribe from the list, it's the same
but write just the single word
unsubscribe in the body of the message.
Once mail starts to arrive it's then your choice as to
whether you simply enjoy others' postings (known as
lurking and often a good idea when you first join a busy
list ) or send a query/message to everyone else.
To do this enter FLEMING-L@rootsweb.com in the 'To' box
of your mail program.
Every mailing list really has two addresses: the list
name, where your postings should be sent, and the
list name followed by -request, where commands to the
Listserver software on the host computer should be sent.
For example, general postings to other subscribers of
FLEMING-L should go to FLEMING-L@rootsweb.com while
"subscribe" and "unsubscribe" requests should go to
The village by village contact site for
anybody researching history, genealogy and local history
in the UK and Ireland.
Subscription based service to search deposited online UK
family trees for possible connections and contacts.
boards but with strong US/Scottish content.