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Laural- I am working with Darlene and she asked me to answer your message to her. We are so delighted that you are contributing, thank you! Yes you are welcome to copy and paste, and you have done a great job of it. If you put in the search box "Help:Advanced Linking" the wiki will tell you how to do linking. Laural after you have signed in on the wiki and if you write to someone, like Darlene, if you will put four ~ when leaving a message the wiki will put you name and date. If you just want your name do three these are called  tilde and are found on the top left of your key board. thanks so very much for all you have done. [[User:HoleDL|Dawne]] 18:14, 22 December 2011 (UTC)
  
<br>Thank you for your edits and contributions on the'''Wiki FamilySearch United Brethren page.''' We invite you to continue to edit and contribute to this page as well as other pages of interest as you accrue additional information.'''You are so appreciated!<br>'''Darlene
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'''YOUR USER PAGE<br>'''You are invited to click on the'''"User Page"''' tab at the top of this page just under the'''"Family Search"'''&nbsp;tree. Here you are given the opportunity to tell about yourself, your interests and desires as far as genealogy is concerned. Thank you in advance for taking the time to allow the Wiki readers a chance to get to know you. <br>Welcome, Laurelroots,
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<br>Thank you for your edits and contributions on the '''Wiki FamilySearch United Brethren page.''' We invite you to continue to edit and contribute to this page as well as other pages of interest as you accrue additional information.'''You are so appreciated!<br>'''Darlene
  
You are not alone. I am one of several people on the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Welcoming committee/members|Welcoming Committee]] for ''FamilySearch Wiki''. Each of us wants to make your time on the Wiki a fulfilling, and worthwhile experience.
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Hi Laurelroots! &nbsp;You'll be pleased to know that this morning I had a Family History Center patron who needed to know more about researching in Wisconsin, and Marinette county in particular. &nbsp;I added the stub template because major sections weren't complete (and I was actually doing a demo of the wiki at that moment!). &nbsp;I should have looked to see who was working on the page, and probably discussed it first. &nbsp;I made an assumption that the stub had been removed inadvertently. &nbsp;Having the stub template on identifies it as an article "under construction" or in need of contributors. &nbsp;It isn't a bad thing! &nbsp;There isn't a formal measure (yet) for removing a stub. &nbsp;But that's probably a good topic for a Community meeting. [[User:Lembley|Lise]] 18:20, 21 February 2012 (UTC)
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Hi again, Laurelroots! &nbsp;I've worked a bit on the Libraries and Societies section of the Marinette County, WIsconsin article to provide additional explanations and information. One area that would be really helpful for readers is the Vital Records section. Have you been through the process of ordering records through the county clerk? &nbsp;It would be really helpful to have some kind of explanation of the process to help readers navigate the process successfully. &nbsp;Are you familiar with local churches and their records? &nbsp;Would you like to incorporate a County Info Box into the page? &nbsp;See any of the Illinois county pages for an example. &nbsp;I worked on the [https://www.familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/McHenry_County,_Illinois McHenry County, Illinois page] and in an effort to fill out the page a bit, explored the public library collections. &nbsp;In the process, I discovered the incredible resources available through their public library. I suspect Marinette County has similar hidden gems... &nbsp;Please add whatever you can! &nbsp;[[User:Lembley|Lise]] 15:13, 29 February 2012 (UTC)

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Laural- I am working with Darlene and she asked me to answer your message to her. We are so delighted that you are contributing, thank you! Yes you are welcome to copy and paste, and you have done a great job of it. If you put in the search box "Help:Advanced Linking" the wiki will tell you how to do linking. Laural after you have signed in on the wiki and if you write to someone, like Darlene, if you will put four ~ when leaving a message the wiki will put you name and date. If you just want your name do three these are called  tilde and are found on the top left of your key board. thanks so very much for all you have done. Dawne 18:14, 22 December 2011 (UTC)


Hi Laurelroots,


Thank you for your edits and contributions on the Wiki FamilySearch United Brethren page. We invite you to continue to edit and contribute to this page as well as other pages of interest as you accrue additional information.You are so appreciated!
Darlene

YOUR USER PAGE
You are invited to click on the"User Page" tab at the top of this page just under the"Family Search" tree. Here you are given the opportunity to tell about yourself, your interests and desires as far as genealogy is concerned. Thank you in advance for taking the time to allow the Wiki readers a chance to get to know you.
Welcome, Laurelroots,

We are happy that you have joined the research community of FamilySearch Research Wiki. We want to help you enjoy your involvement in this wiki community.

You are not alone. I am one of several people on the Welcoming Committee for FamilySearch Wiki. Each of us wants to make your time on the Wiki a fulfilling, and worthwhile experience.

As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed at the scope of the Wiki. If and when you need help please contact me (Darh1) for assistance. If I don’t know the answer, I will find someone who does.

You are NEEDED and WANTED
Review the Wiki Tour to get you started and help

Thanks again and welcome aboard,
Darh1 15:48, 7 December 2011 (UTC)


Hi Laurelroots!  You'll be pleased to know that this morning I had a Family History Center patron who needed to know more about researching in Wisconsin, and Marinette county in particular.  I added the stub template because major sections weren't complete (and I was actually doing a demo of the wiki at that moment!).  I should have looked to see who was working on the page, and probably discussed it first.  I made an assumption that the stub had been removed inadvertently.  Having the stub template on identifies it as an article "under construction" or in need of contributors.  It isn't a bad thing!  There isn't a formal measure (yet) for removing a stub.  But that's probably a good topic for a Community meeting. Lise 18:20, 21 February 2012 (UTC)


Hi again, Laurelroots!  I've worked a bit on the Libraries and Societies section of the Marinette County, WIsconsin article to provide additional explanations and information. One area that would be really helpful for readers is the Vital Records section. Have you been through the process of ordering records through the county clerk?  It would be really helpful to have some kind of explanation of the process to help readers navigate the process successfully.  Are you familiar with local churches and their records?  Would you like to incorporate a County Info Box into the page?  See any of the Illinois county pages for an example.  I worked on the McHenry County, Illinois page and in an effort to fill out the page a bit, explored the public library collections.  In the process, I discovered the incredible resources available through their public library. I suspect Marinette County has similar hidden gems...  Please add whatever you can!  Lise 15:13, 29 February 2012 (UTC)

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