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Again, welcome! Kara 16:01, 3 August 2010 (UTC)
Can you fix this page, https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/100th_Regiment,_New_York_Infantry? Information is not collated properly. Dsammy 18:11, 23 August 2011 (UTC)
I fixed bread crumb trail. MJM
I find it odd only one regiment is listed for New York (Manhattan) County.
Military recruitment - mentioned more than 150,000 troops, not counting the tens of thousands called up for emergencies.
There were quite numerous of them, a few named:
- - New York Fire Zouves (11th Regiment)
- - 127th Regiment aka "The Monitors"
- - 1st U.S. Sharpshooters
- - 9th New York (Hawkin's Zouves)
- - 10th New York (National Guard Zouves)
- - Anderson Zouves
- - Excelsior Brigade
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Levels of Headings
Hi Marilyn, I got the message on the levels of headings weeks ago and emailed you that that was fine. As far as I know I haven't changed any since. Larry0011 02:54, 7 September 2011 (UTC)
We at the FamilySearch Wiki would like to use this article,Jo Daviess County, Illinois, 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 15:06, 26 September 2011 (UTC)
Sandboxes in the main namespace
Hi Marilyn, I've noticed that you've recently created a series of sandboxes Sandbox:Blair, Sandbox:Evans, Sandbox:Peterson, Sandbox:Jacobson, Sandbox:Markham, Sandbox:Bartlett, Sandbox:Bechtol, Sandbox:Eccles & Sandbox:Hill). The best places for these are as subpages to either a userspage or a project page (if they relate to a specific project).
The reason why they should not be left in the where they are is because any article created in the Main namespace, the contents of these pages will show up in default searches. If you would like some moving them, please let me know. --Steve 16:41, 28 September 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for all the great work you do in the FamilySearchResearch Wiki.
We found Sandbox 333, Sandbox: CW711 , Sandbox:313, Sandbox:7777, Sandbox:BB2312, Sandbox:Beginning, Sandbox:Blair, Sandbox:CW125 , Sandbox:CW1843, Sandbox:CW1861,Sandbox:CW1862 , Sandbox:CW1865and Sandbox marilyn in the Maintenance-Requested Moves and have moved them to User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox 333 , User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox: CW711 , User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:313 , User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:7777, User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:BB2312 , User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:Beginning , User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:Blair, User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:CW125 User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:CW1843 User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:CW1861 User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:CW1862 , User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox:CW1865and User:MarkhamMJ/Sandbox marilyn If not needed use the delete template. Thanks for all the work. Hope this helps. Sandralpond 14:24, 17 October 2011 (UTC)