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Delighted to be joining the discussion.  Many Ancestry viewers may be familiar with my work on Rootsweb; also on Footnote and Wikipedia.  My interests include American Civil War history, ecclesiastic history, Pacific Northwest history, and documentary evidence in general.  Qualifications:  MA History, 1983, local university; a third of a century of experience as a practicing genealogist.  Some fluency in Spanish and Latin besides native speaker of English.  Proud member of the Catholic Church for forty years and counting.  My interest is that of scholarship and in keeping the lines of communication open.[[User:Genehisthome|Genehisthome]] 08:47, 8 December 2010 (UTC)
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Delighted to be joining the discussion.  Many Ancestry viewers may be familiar with my work on Rootsweb; also on Footnote and Wikipedia.  My interests include American Civil War history, ecclesiastic history, Pacific Northwest history, and documentary evidence in general.  Qualifications:  MA History, 1983, local university; a third of a century of experience as a practicing genealogist.  Some fluency in Spanish and Latin besides native speaker of English.  Proud member of the Catholic Church for forty years and counting.  My intent is that of scholarship and in keeping the lines of communication open.[[Genehisthome|  Genehisthome]] 08:47, 8 December 2010 (UTC)

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Delighted to be joining the discussion.  Many Ancestry viewers may be familiar with my work on Rootsweb; also on Footnote and Wikipedia.  My interests include American Civil War history, ecclesiastic history, Pacific Northwest history, and documentary evidence in general.  Qualifications:  MA History, 1983, local university; a third of a century of experience as a practicing genealogist.  Some fluency in Spanish and Latin besides native speaker of English.  Proud member of the Catholic Church for forty years and counting.  My intent is that of scholarship and in keeping the lines of communication open.  Genehisthome 08:47, 8 December 2010 (UTC)