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4/15/09 

The History of the Miller Family is profiled in the Wenatchee World.   Philip Miller's contributions to the development of business and industry in Wenatchee and his ancestral home are written up,
 

3/1/09

McCormick Family website gets a face lift.  We have combined our separate Genealogy websites into one larger site.  The new design uses CMS (Content Management System) technology.  CMS allows us to easily add different types of content such as news-feeds, polls, news article formats, blogs, etc.  

CMS  also allows us to open the site for contributions from other family members.  We hope that you will consider participating in this site and sharing your knowledge and experiences.  See the Author Pages for instructions.

Let us know what you think of our new site, and any suggestions you may have.
 

7/19/04

Linda Marie and David Allen Buscarino welcomed Tyler Brian on January 1, 2004.  Tyler weighed 7.4 lbs and measured 19''.  Maybe Tyler will turn out to be the new second baseman that the Mariners need?
 

12/11/2003

Allen and Shelley Dykes welcomed their daughter Sydney Lynn Dykes on September 1, 2003.  At 8lbs and 12oz. she is being scouted by the Seattle Storm already.  Congratulations to the Dykes family.
 

Linda Marie Norton and David Allen Buscarino were wed on July 4th 2003.  Congratulations to the new couple.  We all wish them the best in their new life together.
 

12/22/2002

October 19th was celebrated as the union of Allen Dykes and Shelley Hermann.  Best wishes to them both.
 

We have made some corrections to pages.  Thanks for the feedback.   If you have more feedback on corrections, or would like us to consider some additions to content, please let us know.  We will include these ideas, if we can.

3/5/2002

We have made corrections to our database and added to the information for new family members, and members that have left us. The Genealogy formats have been updated to a more conversational style, and presented in the Family History and Family Register forms. The album of pictures of Jacob Henry Miller II has been enhanced. 

Clicking the thumbnails brings up the full images directly.  The pictures have been scanned with an enhancement wizard to try to make them clearer and better balanced. Our site design has been changed to make it brighter, and hopefully more interesting. Watch for additions in the near future.
 

As always, please share what you may have to add to our site and we will do the same.


Thanks for visiting.

 

 


Last Updated on Sunday, 23 May 2010 00:06
 

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