Important Information



CONTACT INFORMATION

If your "default" email has not been set on your computer then you are most likely unable to get through to this site and any other site where you see a contact email address. You may be unaware of this and think you have successfully contacted me. This happened to me. Two years went by after my having sent out emails before I heard back and that was after I set up the "default" email account through Outlook Express. I thought I had sent them out when in fact they just sat in the account until such time the "default" email account was set up. Having upgraded to Windows 7, I was unable to send out emails until the Live Mail was set up. Please understand this is not the same as an account you set up on your own for personal emails.  You can copy email address you see when you pull up my contact information and  take it over to an email account you have set up for personal use and send it that way until you can get your default email set up. This also applies to any other website you need to contact. My contact email address as it appears on the mail icon located on most of my pages is flowersgengal@gmail.com

Linda Flowers (Suwannee County Coordinator)
Ray Richard (State Coordinator)

REFRESHING YOUR PAGE

At the top of your Computer's tool bar is a semi-circle with arrow. This is the refresh icon and should be used when visiting any site or page you visit on a regular basis.  You may miss new pages and information added if you do not take the time to refresh the page. Your computer remembers you have been there before and  sometimes wants to hold on to the old information. When you visit the "What's New" section and see an addition, but can't find it, this is the reason why. The home page needs to be refreshed as well as any other page to make sure you are not missing new pages and updated information. Just click on the refresh icon once or twice per page you visit.

CENTER A PAGE

If you find a page that is not centered, please change your zoom level. Adjusting either higher or lower will correct the problem and assure a more pleasant viewing of the page.

VIEWING AN IMAGE

When viewing a page you find an image partially blacked out, simply go back a page and return immediately and the image should be fully loaded and ready for viewing.

URL ADDRESS

Please note our url address and bookmark it. It is http://fl-genweb.org/mpc/suwannee. If you are not inserting the mpc into the address you are being taken to the old site, which is not being updated and you will be losing important, valuable information for your research in Suwannee County. 

SEARCH ENGINE

Please do not rely on the search engine listed on our state index page. It is not accurate in that it is not pulling up most surnames listed on this site. Names appearing in newspaper clippings do not appear in the search engine. A surname index is provided that includes all names on this site.

LINKS

THE GENEALOGY AND HISTORY LINKS HEREIN ARE PROVIDED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND IN NO WAY IMPLIES AN ENDORSEMENT OF THESE OUTSIDE LINKS OR ANY ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING ON SUCH LINKS BY THIS COUNTY COORDINATOR OR FLGenWeb Project, Inc..

FLORIDA PIONEER

#1     FSGS Florida Pioneer Descendants Committee Do you have an ancestor who lived in the territory of Florida before 1845 statehood?  The Florida Pioneer Descendants Certification Committee would like to hear from you. And if your pioneer was born in any county area before it was officially formed and named, a county award may also be waiting for you. Certificates are presented annually at the Florida State Genealogical Society's Pioneer Banquet each Fall in conjunction with yearly Conference events.  Your application is an excellent way to honor those folks who braved hardships to settle previously unknown areas. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE.

COPYRIGHT

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This Page Created December 28, 2014
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