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Comments for GenealogyClassBlog http://desktopgenerations.com/blog Come back to class to see what's new. Sun, 02 Jun 2013 15:51:37 -0700 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.4 hourly 1 Comment on Old Sailors Never Die…They Just Get a Little Dinghy by Becky Becker Luster http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=455&cpage=1#comment-1265 Becky Becker Luster Sun, 02 Jun 2013 15:51:37 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=455#comment-1265 Such a great article Barbara! You remember so many details from many decades ago - it's amazing. I do remember assembling the sail rigs. Those were hard on our hands! Thanks for these love letters to Daddy. Such a great article Barbara! You remember so many details from many decades ago – it’s amazing. I do remember assembling the sail rigs. Those were hard on our hands!
Thanks for these love letters to Daddy.

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Comment on Old Sailors Never Die…They Just Get a Little Dinghy by Rex and Allene Donley http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=455&cpage=1#comment-1263 Rex and Allene Donley Sat, 01 Jun 2013 18:18:38 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=455#comment-1263 Love the article Barbara and the picture of the Catalina on the pickup. Rex says keep them coming. Love the article Barbara and the picture of the Catalina on the pickup. Rex says keep them coming.

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Comment on Old Sailors Never Die…They Just Get a Little Dinghy by Liz Walker http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=455&cpage=1#comment-1261 Liz Walker Sat, 01 Jun 2013 15:52:10 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=455#comment-1261 Very touching, sweet article, Barbara. Loved it! Very touching, sweet article, Barbara. Loved it!

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Comment on Joe Becker – About My Dad by bbmeehan http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=417&cpage=1#comment-375 bbmeehan Wed, 24 Apr 2013 01:24:59 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=417#comment-375 Thanks for such a rich story. I don't remember hearing about this, but I can almost picture myself there. He really does love "Big Band Saturday Night," and I think we all love night sailing! -Barbara Thanks for such a rich story. I don’t remember hearing about this, but I can almost picture myself there. He really does love “Big Band Saturday Night,” and I think we all love night sailing! -Barbara

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Comment on Joe Becker – About My Dad by Rex and Allene Donley http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=417&cpage=1#comment-373 Rex and Allene Donley Tue, 23 Apr 2013 02:44:14 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=417#comment-373 Allene and I remember one Saturday night sometime after Tulsa Sailcraft sold. We were on our Catalina 27 getting ready to go to the Windycrest Beach Party when we saw Joe and Gerry at the Pavilion. We asked them if they were going to the Beach Party and they said they were waiting for a shuttle. We asked them to go with us so they loaded on with a water thermos which we later learned contained 2 hot dogs and buns. As we sailed down to Thistle Beach and the Beach Party, we found out that this was the first Beach Party they had ever attended. With them being charter members of Windycrest, there had been a lot of beach parties held in the many years since the club was formed. As we neared Thistle Beach and needed to anchor, Joe jumped up and went up on the bow to drop the anchor. We got anchored and shortly the Windycrest shuttle boat came alongside to take us to the beach. We had chairs, big cooler, blue tarp and who knows what else to take and the Beckers had their small thermos. When we got to the beach, we laid down the blue tarp and set up the two chairs and had them sit down to enjoy the evening. We briefed them on the charcoal fire they had in the sand to cook dinner and the beer and pop they had brought over for everybody. Joe got the hot dogs cooked and they set in the chairs while everyone came by to visit and say "hi". It appeared they had an enjoyable evening at their first Beach Party. When it was time to go, we loaded up in the shuttle boat and they took us back to the boat. Again, Joe jumped up and went up on the bow to retrieve the anchor and we were sails up and sailing back to Windycrest. Just after we got the sails up, Joe said something about always listening to the "Big Band Saturday Night" program on one of our local FM stations. We turned on the raidio and had the the "Big Band Saturday Night" program on all the way to Windycrest. It was a great night for a Beach Party and we had an even better time with Joe and Gerry with us for their first Beach Party. The sail was great back to our slip and with the big band music playing in the background, what could be better than sailing and music. Allene and I remember one Saturday night sometime after Tulsa Sailcraft sold. We were on our Catalina 27 getting ready to go to the Windycrest Beach Party when we saw Joe and Gerry at the Pavilion. We asked them if they were going to the Beach Party and they said they were waiting for a shuttle. We asked them to go with us so they loaded on with a water thermos which we later learned contained 2 hot dogs and buns.

As we sailed down to Thistle Beach and the Beach Party, we found out that this was the first Beach Party they had ever attended. With them being charter members of Windycrest, there had been a lot of beach parties held in the many years since the club was formed.

As we neared Thistle Beach and needed to anchor, Joe jumped up and went up on the bow to drop the anchor. We got anchored and shortly the Windycrest shuttle boat came alongside to take us to the beach. We had chairs, big cooler, blue tarp and who knows what else to take and the Beckers had their small thermos.

When we got to the beach, we laid down the blue tarp and set up the two chairs and had them sit down to enjoy the evening. We briefed them on the charcoal fire they had in the sand to cook dinner and the beer and pop they had brought over for everybody. Joe got the hot dogs cooked and they set in the chairs while everyone came by to visit and say “hi”. It appeared they had an enjoyable evening at their first Beach Party.

When it was time to go, we loaded up in the shuttle boat and they took us back to the boat. Again, Joe jumped up and went up on the bow to retrieve the anchor and we were sails up and sailing back to Windycrest. Just after we got the sails up, Joe said something about always listening to the “Big Band Saturday Night” program on one of our local FM stations. We turned on the raidio and had the the “Big Band Saturday Night” program on all the way to Windycrest.

It was a great night for a Beach Party and we had an even better time with Joe and Gerry with us for their first Beach Party. The sail was great back to our slip and with the big band music playing in the background, what could be better than sailing and music.

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Comment on Joe Becker – My Dad by ginny jackson http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?page_id=413&cpage=1#comment-371 ginny jackson Mon, 22 Apr 2013 21:56:26 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?page_id=413#comment-371 What a marvelously loving thing to do for your entire family and thank you for sharing it with your friends too. It encourages and inspired all of us to seek the stories........whether we just keep them in our heads/hearts or learn to blog.......I know for sure we need not be afraid to start sharing and asking them to share some of their fondest times and memories during their life! Enjoy the journey!!! LOVE the photo! Could be from a movie!! What a marvelously loving thing to do for your entire family and thank you for sharing it with your friends too. It encourages and inspired all of us to seek the stories……..whether we just keep them in our heads/hearts or learn to blog…….I know for sure we need not be afraid to start sharing and asking them to share some of their fondest times and memories during their life! Enjoy the journey!!! LOVE the photo! Could be from a movie!!

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Comment on Joe Becker – My Dad by bbmeehan http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?page_id=413&cpage=1#comment-370 bbmeehan Mon, 22 Apr 2013 21:12:57 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?page_id=413#comment-370 I didn't remember that, Joe. He only taught a few sailing lessons. I'm glad you were a student. And, the Capri 25 was a really cool boat! I didn’t remember that, Joe. He only taught a few sailing lessons. I’m glad you were a student. And, the Capri 25 was a really cool boat!

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Comment on Joe Becker – My Dad by Joe Cunningham http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?page_id=413&cpage=1#comment-369 Joe Cunningham Mon, 22 Apr 2013 20:54:05 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?page_id=413#comment-369 I took a sailing class from Joe in about 1986 or so. The lake session was on a Capri 25 at Windycrest. I really liked that boat! I took a sailing class from Joe in about 1986 or so. The lake session was on a Capri 25 at Windycrest. I really liked that boat!

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Comment on Upcoming Genealogy Events in Tulsa by bbmeehan http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377&cpage=1#comment-239 bbmeehan Tue, 18 Oct 2011 23:13:44 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377#comment-239 Charles (E), One of the best approaches to dealing with a "dead-end" is to learn all you can about the subject's family, neighbors, and associates. If you can't find much on him, maybe you can learn more from the records, or the descendants, of his brother. Also, we will be covering court records tomorrow and land records next week. Land especially will likely be the way that you can learn more about your ancestor. I would recommend that you study Marsha Hoffman Rising's book if you haven't already. The title is <em>The Family Tree Problem Solver. Tried-and-True Tactics for Tracing Elusive Ancestors</em>, and the Tulsa City County Library has four copies that are not checked out (as well as several copies of an earlier work with almost the same name). Barbara Charles (E),

One of the best approaches to dealing with a “dead-end” is to learn all you can about the subject’s family, neighbors, and associates. If you can’t find much on him, maybe you can learn more from the records, or the descendants, of his brother.

Also, we will be covering court records tomorrow and land records next week. Land especially will likely be the way that you can learn more about your ancestor. I would recommend that you study Marsha Hoffman Rising’s book if you haven’t already. The title is The Family Tree Problem Solver. Tried-and-True Tactics for Tracing Elusive Ancestors, and the Tulsa City County Library has four copies that are not checked out (as well as several copies of an earlier work with almost the same name).

Barbara

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Comment on Class is in Session by bbmeehan http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=372&cpage=1#comment-238 bbmeehan Tue, 18 Oct 2011 23:02:20 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=372#comment-238 Charles (H), I am a big fan of the US Federal Census for researching. While it isn't always accurate, it can help solve some puzzles - such as your grandfather living with his uncle. When I first started genealogy research we didn't have a nationwide index and had to search one state at a time! See you in class tomorrow. Barbara Charles (H),

I am a big fan of the US Federal Census for researching. While it isn’t always accurate, it can help solve some puzzles – such as your grandfather living with his uncle. When I first started genealogy research we didn’t have a nationwide index and had to search one state at a time! See you in class tomorrow.

Barbara

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