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|HOWTO USE THE SURNAME FORUM
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|Author:||morbeus [ Sun May 15, 2011 2:38 pm ]|
|Post subject:||HOWTO USE THE SURNAME FORUM|
Only members can create topics or reply to topics on this forum. To become a member just register, it's free! Just click on the "Click here to send a request to Register" link at the top of this page.
If you see your Surname listed in the active topics:
View the topic and click on "Reply" to add your comments or query to the discussion about that Surname(s). You can click on the "Preview" button at any time to see a preview of what your post will look like. Then click on the "Submit" button to post your comments or questions to the topic.
If you DON'T see your Surname listed in the active topics:
Click on the "NewTopic" button and fill in the Subject line with the Surname(s) this topic will be about. Then type in as much information you know about the Surname(s) you are interested in researching. The more information you put in the more likely it will be that researchers on the internet will find your topic and be able to connect with you. You can click on the "Preview" button at any time to see a preview of what your post will look like. Then click on the "Submit" button to post your new topic.
If the idea of creating a new topic seems too difficult or complicated please send a private message or an email to the forumadmin member with as much information as you know about your village and we will create a new topic for you.
IT IS NOT A GOOD IDEA TO PLACE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IN ANY POST ON THE BLACKSEAGR.ORG FORUMS!. This discussion forum has a secure email facility where members can exchange private messages or an email. In both cases your identity/email will be hidden until you decide to reveal it. The Blackseagr.org website does not make your emails available to anyone. We only keep your email so members can contact you via this anonymous email service.
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