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Coahoma County, Mississippi

As we've read your article, we have really enjoyed learning about the Mississippi Delta area.  The article is filled with useful links for local researchers.  We at the FamilySearch:Research Wiki would like to feature your article in the future and want to give you a chance to make any changes you might deem necessary. 

Trying to be helpful,  I looked for a courthouse for Coahoma County, but could no find one.  I then changed the heading to "County Seat" instead of "County Courthouse." (If you know of any courthouse, please put that information there.)  In my zeal to add information from my research to the "County Seat", I did not notice that you had much the same information a page below.  Please feel free to arrange the information any way you like.  (I would suggest a timeline, if it is feasible and perhaps breaking up the history into categories.) 

You have done so much for researchers by developing so many wiki articles; thanks so much!

FamilySearch Wiki:Featured Article Committee

Halifax County, Virginia

Hey, you're really doing some great work on this page and the Halifax County, Virginia Genealogy page. I'm interested in hearing your ideas about the voting section. Murphynw 17:56, 15 September 2011 (UTC)


Thank you Melungeon for your vast edits and additional links to the Wilkes County North Carolina page.  I invite you to continue with your edits and contributions to this page as well as other pages of interest.  You are needed, wanted, and much appreicated.  Thanks again!!

joy  Wyzer17 13:54, 15 June 2011 (UTC)


Welcome...

Hello Melungeon!

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Again, welcome! Vlfunk 16:42, 30 March 2011 (UTC)

Taking the "Stub" verbage off this article

Hi Melungeon,

We who are working in the Wiki FamilySearch  arena would like to use Coahoma County, Mississippi for a Featured Article on the Main Page of the Wiki. We cannot use it until the word "stub" is out of the heading; if you feel the article is complete enouogh for a Featured Article please consider removing the word "stub."

Thank you!

joy


In case anyone ever sees the following, I have no idea how to remove the stub reference or even how to respond to your message about doing so. I have been unable to find anything in the Family Search Wiki help pages about either.

The closest I could find to any explanation as to how to remove the reference to a stub is the following:

"Hidden categories are not hidden on category pages. You can view hidden categories on all pages by adding the following code to your monobook.css (or whatever skin you use):
<source lang="css">.catlinks-allhidden, .mw-hidden-cats-hidden { display: block; }</source>"

I have no idea what this is saying.

Stub removal

Helo Melungeon

We at the FamilySearch Wiki would like to use this article, Jefferson  County, Missouri, for a featured article on the Main Page of the Wiki. However, the word "stub" appears at the very top of the page. If you feel there is enough content to give researchers a good place to work from - we need YOU to remove the word "stub" from the article before we can feature it.  We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for all you have done for the FamilySearch Wiki effort.

Thank you for your consideration.

Bo  (gbo17)


I would remove it if I had any idea how to do so. That section of the page does not appear when I click on "edit page."
Melungeon,

To remove the stub template, when you edit the page, click on wikitext. Then look for {{stub}} and just delete that. That will take the stub template off the page.  If that doesn't work, please put another post here.Lynda 15:44, 17 September 2011 (UTC)

Stub Removal

Hi Melungeon

We at the FamilySearch Wiki would like to use this article, Putnam County, Missouri, for a featured article on the Main Page of the Wiki. However, the word "stub" appears at the very top of the page. If you feel there is enough content to give researchers a good place to work from - we need YOU to remove the word "stub" from the article before we can feature it.
Thank you for your consideration.

Bo Gbo17 15:24, 26 September 2011 (UTC)

Stub Removal

Hello Melungeon

We at the FamilySearch Wiki would like to use this article,Wayne County, Missouri, for a featured article on the Main Page of the Wiki. However, the word "stub" appears at the very top of the page. If you feel there is enough content to give researchers a good place to work from - we need YOU to remove the word "stub" from the article before we can feature it.  I realize we have asked you to do this same thing in another Missouri County.

Thank you for your consideration.

Bo Gbo17 15:38, 26 September 2011 (UTC)

Stub Remoal

Hello Melungeon

We at the FamilySearch Wiki would like to use this article,Franklin County, Missouri, for a featured article on the Main Page of the Wiki. However, the word "stub" appears at the very top of the page. If you feel there is enough content to give researchers a good place to work from - we need YOU to remove the word "stub" from the article before we can feature it.
Thank you for your consideration.
Bo Gbo17 16:23, 28 September 2011 (UTC)


11 March 2014

Dear Research Wiki Contributor,

Thank you for your past contributions to the Research Wiki.
The Wiki soon will be upgraded so that it will be easier to edit.

The format may also be changing, which gives you an opportune time
to give input for changes you would like to see made – changes that
would better serve the needs of Wiki users.

Please respond to my email talk page at dhole@familysearch.org
with your name and phone number so that I may contact you in regards
to changes you would like to see in the Wiki.

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