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Ken ...  I see you found the terminology page and cleaned it up.  I would have probably remembered (maybe) 2 years from now !!   Thanks so much for jumping in and helping.  Welcome to the team.  Jane [[User:Evancol|evancol]] 19:32, 13 October 2011 (UTC)  
 
Ken ...  I see you found the terminology page and cleaned it up.  I would have probably remembered (maybe) 2 years from now !!   Thanks so much for jumping in and helping.  Welcome to the team.  Jane [[User:Evancol|evancol]] 19:32, 13 October 2011 (UTC)  
  
== A Thank You ==
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== A Thank You ==
  
In the Amdoc # 2326162 is a thank you. I believe it is for you as the message(Email) was sent out in the time you signed up to work.  Thanks for me too.   [[User:Sandralpond|Sandralpond]] 13:19, 21 October 2011 (UTC)
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In the Amdoc # 2326162 is a thank you. I believe it is for you as the message(Email) was sent out in the time you signed up to work.  Thanks for me too.   [[User:Sandralpond|Sandralpond]] 13:19, 21 October 2011 (UTC)
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== Langley, Norfolk  ==
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I have responded to your question about updating Norfolk content to reflect the FamilySearch Records online collections which have been published since the first publication of a proportion of parish registers in the Diocese of Norwich. As a local contributor familiar with the catalogue of the Norfolk holdings for over 30 years I can contribute some knowledge but you would need to question the management of FamilySearch how they intend to revise pages in wiki as they publish large amounts of material online. FamilySearch offers these under a "Records" tab at familysearch.org website but clearly parts of the organisation refer to Historical Records and before that came about some English records were online at Record Search. Perhaps in the rebranding of the FamilySearch site this confusion was overlooked but it is confusing for researchers and local contributors alike to encounter an apparent inability to manage change on the sites offered by FamilySearch. I have offered a revision to the best of my ability for Langley Church Records.
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Anything you can discuss with your colleagues within FamilySearch to improve the present confusion would be most welcome.
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[[User:Royalsarah|Royalsarah]] 11:04, 2 February 2012 (UTC)

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Help Page Edit

Ken ...  I see you found the terminology page and cleaned it up.  I would have probably remembered (maybe) 2 years from now !!   Thanks so much for jumping in and helping.  Welcome to the team.  Jane evancol 19:32, 13 October 2011 (UTC)

A Thank You

In the Amdoc # 2326162 is a thank you. I believe it is for you as the message(Email) was sent out in the time you signed up to work.  Thanks for me too.   Sandralpond 13:19, 21 October 2011 (UTC)

Langley, Norfolk

I have responded to your question about updating Norfolk content to reflect the FamilySearch Records online collections which have been published since the first publication of a proportion of parish registers in the Diocese of Norwich. As a local contributor familiar with the catalogue of the Norfolk holdings for over 30 years I can contribute some knowledge but you would need to question the management of FamilySearch how they intend to revise pages in wiki as they publish large amounts of material online. FamilySearch offers these under a "Records" tab at familysearch.org website but clearly parts of the organisation refer to Historical Records and before that came about some English records were online at Record Search. Perhaps in the rebranding of the FamilySearch site this confusion was overlooked but it is confusing for researchers and local contributors alike to encounter an apparent inability to manage change on the sites offered by FamilySearch. I have offered a revision to the best of my ability for Langley Church Records.

Anything you can discuss with your colleagues within FamilySearch to improve the present confusion would be most welcome.

Royalsarah 11:04, 2 February 2012 (UTC)