Wednesday, August 06, 2008

READERS’ Feedback: Finding Family in Argentina & Brazil

DearREADERS,
Ol’ Myrt’s Facebook® email box brought a response to my previous blog posting titled “Finding family in Argentina & Brazil” from another genea-blogger, Thomas MacEntee (of Destination: Austin Family and a brand new blog for bloggers titled Facebook® Bootcamp for Genea-Bloggers.)

From Thomas MacEntee
August 2 at 4:06pm
DearMYRTLE,
I read your post
Finding family in Argentina & Brazil and have to say that while not perfect, the [Babel Fish]translation to Spanish was readable and should give Mayra what she needs.

Also, I wanted to point out th at one of my Facebook friends from Unclaimed Persons also runs a blog about genealogy - she is from Puerto Rico - her name is Dra Ana Oquendo-Pabón. She runs a blog called Proyecto Rosa (Project Rosa) which is not geared towards Argentina and Brazil but since Ana and Mayra have a common language, Ana may have some resources. Ana's blog is: http://proyectorosa.blogspot.com

A BIG thanks to Thomas for this advice for my non-English researcher.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
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