"Our Loose Ends" Genealogy Column
by Lynna Kay Shuffield
Houston, Texas

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Instructions to Link to "Our Loose Ends"

I would be very honored to have a link from your website to the "Our Loose Ends" Genealogy Column. I have provided a graphic symbol you can use in building your link.

Thanks to Ashley Clark for his expert grapic design talents.

STEP 1: Select the grapic or text link you desire.

graphic link - looseends.gif  2.83K bytes (Size: 340 x 36)

"Our Loose Ends" Genealogy Column by Lynna Kay Shuffield

text only link

STEP 2: Copy the Image

PC users: Right-click on the image and choose "Save Picture/Image As"

Mac users: Click and hold down over the image and choose "Save This Image As"

STEP 3: HTML Hyperlink

Click on VIEW on tool bar and select SOURCE. Locate and copy the HTML code and paste it into the appropriate place on your web page.

STEP 4: Feedback

Please send me an e-mail and let me know the URL to your website, along with a brief description. I will be glad to add the link to my webpage for links.

I sincerely appreciate your linking to the "Our Loose Ends" Genealogy Column website.

Thank You

Lynna Kay Shuffield

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This webpage was last created on 27 Sept 2000 and was last revised on _____ 2000

Copyright © 2000 Lynna Kay Shuffield - All rights reserved.
P. O. Box 16604
Houston, Texas 77222-6604

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Lynna Kay's Other Websites

"Our Loose Ends" Genealogy Column by Lynna Kay Shuffield

You can visit my personal genealogy research at My Loose Ends Family Tree Database

San Jacinto County TXGenWeb

Milam County Texas War Dead Project documents the biographical, genealogy and military history of the 270 men from Milam County who have died in the four-wars (WWI, WWII, Korea & Vietnam)

“Clippings from the Cameron Herald

The Scrapbook of Seaman First Class Guthrie F. Layne, Jr., U.S.N., Compiled Aboard the USS Houston (CA-30) from November 2, 1940 through October 2, 1941.

SS Paul Hamilton Personnel Lost at Sea - 20 Apr 1944 - documents the men lost at sea as result of this Liberty Ship sinking off the coast of Algiers, North Africa


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Links to Lynna Kay's articles published at "Ancestry Daily News"

World War I Burial Case Files and the WWI Document Archive - 25 May 2000

100 Years of Submarine History and the Sailors in Your Family Tree - 1 Jun 2000

A Korean War Story & Wartime Experiences Are Being Collected - 22 Jun 2000