To UNSUBSCRIBE see the instructions at the end of this newsletter.



  • NBC and MyFamily.com Present -- "EXTREME REUNION!"
  • Federation of Genealogical Societies 2004 Conference in Austin, Texas


  • GENViewer Legacy Edition Searches Multiple Files Simultaneously
  • GENMatcher Compares Files for Matches & Duplicates
  • Family History CD Let's You Share Good Memories
  • Legacy Video Tape Blow Out Sale! Now Only US $7.50!


  • Coming to the United States Via Canada
  • Making Sure That All Duplicate Individuals Have Been Merged
  • Double Dating: Gregorian and Julian Calendars



  • Old Liverpool, England, Newspapers Online 1811-34
  • Virginia Colonial Soldiers



  • Take a Look at Our Busy International Calendar for August and September 2004....


  • All in a Name...




There is a new Legacy 5.0 update available (Version - Build Date of 21 August 2004). You can update your Legacy program by clicking on Internet > Check for Legacy Update... and following the prompts. Updates are free patches and enhancements that add new features, repair bugs, replace damaged/missing files, and bring your program up to date. Updating will keep your program in "good health" and make sure that all of Legacy's many features will work at their best.

This update is for both the Standard and Deluxe editions of Legacy 5.0. The updates are always cumulative, which means if you missed the last two or three, the current build will catch up you on all the enhancements and corrections of the past.

The update process has been streamlined for Legacy 5.0 Deluxe users: You won't need to enter your e-mail address or use a password when updating your program. If you are not a registered user, you can get the free update by clicking on the blue www.LegacyFamilyTree.com link in the screen. Be sure to enter your e-mail address correctly, so that you will receive the installation password, and please read the screens carefully.

You can view the enhancements, corrections and changes to Legacy by clicking on the blue See What's New link.

The Check For Update screen will show you the build date of your program, which should be 21 August 2004.

You can also check for the build date by clicking on Help > General Information and checking the build date in the middle of the second line of the General Information window. The free update is also available by visiting www.legacyfamilytree.com/DownloadUpdate.asp.

Note: This update will not update (patch) Legacy 2.0 or 3.0 or 4.0. This update will overwrite earlier versions with Legacy 5.0 Standard Edition. If you are using the Deluxe Edition of Legacy 3.0 or 4.0, you will need to buy the Legacy 5.0 Deluxe upgrade if you wish to continue using your deluxe features. Special upgrade prices for Legacy 4.0 Deluxe users are available by visiting: www.legacyfamilytree.com/DeluxeUpgrade.asp


  • NBC and MyFamily.com Present -- "EXTREME REUNION!"

    The rumors are true -- MyFamily.com, Inc. along with its television production partners, LMNO TV, have signed a deal with NBC to create a primetime network TV special that could evolve into a series if successful!

    The name of the show is "Extreme Reunion!" It is a family-friendly show based on making people's deepest dreams, of locating missing loved ones, come true! The reunions could happen anywhere from a private jet to the halftime of an NFL game! You never know!

    But, we need your HELP... In order to create this TV special, we need great stories! A website has been established for the purpose of gathering stories from people who would LOVE to be reunited with someone special from their past. That site is www.ExtremeReunion.com.

    For the right people, this is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! We are asking you to please forward the email message below, to as many people as you can, and we hope they will then do the same.

    Somewhere out there in America, is a family who's life we can change, but we can't do that unless they hear about the show and go to the website to tell us their story. Please take a moment to forward this out far and wide. (Employees of MyFamily.com, Inc. are not eligible but all of your friends and extended family are!)

    If you are looking for anyone significant from your past; be it family, friend, loved one, military buddy, whomever, go to www.ExtremeReunion.com/ and tell us YOUR story! If selected, you may be reunited with that person, have the most amazing experience of your life ... and share it all on national TV!

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

  • Federation of Genealogical Societies 2004 Conference in Austin, Texas

Grab your cowboy hats, your lasso and get ready for the most exciting genealogical event of the season.... the Federation of Genealogical Societies/Texas State Genealogical Society/Austin Genealogical Society conference in Austin, Texas! "Legends Live Forever: Researching the Past for Future Generations" September 8 - 11, 2004 Austin Convention Center, Austin Texas. Registration brochures can be found at the FGS website http://www.fgs.org.

More than 160 lectures, an exhibit vendor hall, networking opportunities, and the opportunity to learn from the best of the genealogical professionals. Come visit Millennia Corporation's Geoff Rasmussen and Jim Terry at our Legacy Family Tree booth! We will be giving a Legacy training CD away each day as a door prize!


  • GENViewer Legacy Edition Searches Multiple Files Simultaneously - US$ 19.95

    GENViewer for Legacy is a remarkable add-on program that works directly with your Legacy family file, PAF or with GEDCOM files created by other genealogy applications. With GENViewer's powerful File Search capabilities, you can simultaneously search multiple files for that critical piece of information you need. Use GENViewer to quickly clean up those GEDCOM files that are cluttering your computer. Its speed and versatility makes it ideal for previewing GEDCOM files before importing them into Legacy.

    GENViewer also creates a self-viewing GEDCOM that will display your genealogical data. This file can be e-mailed as an attachment or placed on a Web site for downloading. Furthermore it can be created on a floppy disk and run on any Windows computer. This is a truly unique way to share your genealogy with people who don't own a genealogy program but who have a computer.

    GENViewer, a product of MudCreek Software Inc., runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.

    To learn more about GENViewer or to order please visit:

    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

    GENMatcher Compares Files for Matches & Duplicates - US$ 29.95

    GENMatcher is a Windows-based utility that compares two genealogy files for matches, or one genealogy file for duplicates. GENMatcher quickly finds matches between genealogy files. This allows you to quickly test downloaded files for potential matches to your data. In addition, GENMatcher also helps you clean up your genealogy data by finding duplicates.

    You can compare files between different file formats. Files do not have to be the same format to be compared. GENMatcher reads and compares Legacy Family Tree family files, as well as GEDCOM and Temple Submission Files.

    GENMatcher lets you set the comparison criteria. Your analysis work is saved in work sessions. An unlimited number of sessions can be saved and restored.

    Use GENMatcher with no risk to your data. GENMatcher compares without modifying your data; there's no need to import data to compare files.

    GENMatcher, a product of MudCreek Software Inc., runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP. It requires 5MB of disk space.

    To learn more about GENMathcher or to order please visit:

    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

  • Family History CD Let's You Share Good Memories - US$ 29.95

    What good are memories unless you share them? Take any computer file and add it to your own customized CD-ROM with this easy-to-use software! Design your own front page with buttons that will bring up your photo slide show, documents, video, or anything else.

Family History CD will burn auto-run CD's for you that will work on any Windows computer (Windows 95 or later). The features of this software make using your CD a snap. Your friends and relatives just point and click!

With applications going far beyond genealogy, this software helps you organize your CD project. It helps you easily design your own custom front page with buttons linking to your files. You can include:

Audio/video clips
GEDCOM files
Scanned scrapbooks
Or any other file!

Features include:

Automatic slide shows
Face Labels (as shown here)
Built-in PDF support
Burns the CD's for you
Enhanced 'Help' system
Fast and easy to use
Powerful and customizable
GenViewer Lite
And more!

Family History CD will automatically import your special pictures, audio and video files directly from Legacy. No need to retype, descriptions of dates! For details and ordering please visit: www.legacyfamilytree.com/Redirect/Store-SoftwareEtc.asp

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

  • Legacy Video Tape Blow Out Sale!  Now Only US $7.50!

Legacy 3.0 Training Video -- Was $ 14.95, Now $ 7.50

Find out how the pro's get the most from Legacy with this self-paced video. Although produced for Legacy 3.0, this video still covers all the basics of Legacy 4.0 and 5.0!

Legacy Intermediate Training Video -- Was $ 14.95, Now $ 7.50

This video contains information about custom reports, tagging, customizing displays, sources, e-mailing reports, and comparing files, relationships, research aids and little known, yet exciting features.

There are self-paced video tapes in VHS - NTSC Standard (US/Canada).

For details and ordering please visit:


  • Coming to the United States Via Canada

American genealogists may become discouraged when they can't locate an immigrant's entry into the United States. Having done exhaustive searches of available U.S. passenger lists and naturalization records they may mistakenly assume that their ancestor was somehow missed or that they entered the country illegally.

Many immigrants who sailed across the Atlantic did not come first to the United States. They originally went to Canada and possibly resided there for a time before settling in the south of the border.  This is scenario is a viable possibility, and genealogists should seek clues in family traditions that may indicate a Canadian connection.

Although the few existing Canadian passenger lists are rather late of date, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service kept reliable records of crossings for St. Albans, Vermont, for the period 1895 to 1954. These records have been microfilmed by the National Archives and are available for genealogists to search.

Immigrant arrivals are arranged by year, then by month and then by port. A significant number of these records are not of ship passenger lists, but of land crossings. Each microfilm roll is described in NARA publication No. M1464. Consult the National Archives Web site, http://www.archives.gov/ for details.

The Soundex (a type of phonetic index) to ientries of individuals was microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Soundex is available through the Family History Library at Salt Lake City. To find the right Soundex index to order, consult the http://www.familysearch.org Web site, browse to the Family History Library Catalog, then to "Place" search and enter "St. Albans". Next choose "St. Albans, Vermont", and then select "Immigration and Emigration".

Many resources exist for Canadian research and the World Wide Web is an excellent place to start. The June 2004 issue of Family Chronicle magazine contains an article by Janice Nickerson, who describes the 25 top Web sites for Canadian genealogical research. 

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

  • Making Sure That All Duplicate Individuals Have Been Merged

Legacy Family Family Tree has the best Merge Duplicate Individuals feature that I have ever seen, and I have owned many different genealogy programs. But I have discovered that just one Legacy Merge session won't catch all the duplicate individuals and that I need to reset my Merge options for subsequent passes through my family file.

First, click on Merge on the toolbar and select Find Duplicates from the merge menu. Next, click on the Normal Duplicate Search tab and change the options. Next, 'loosen up' the criteria by which Legacy finds duplicates. Here are the options that I start with:

Compare Surname Using: Sounds Like
Given Name for a length of: 3
Check birth dates, Day range: 360
     Include blank birth dates
Compatible Gender
Ancestral File Number
User ID#
Compatible Parents
Compare Surname Using: Sounds Like
     Given name for a length of: 3

Click the Continue button and follow the prompts.
Be sure to say 'Yes' to the Automerge and the Intellipass options when they are presented to you early on in the Merge session.  Legacy can automatically merge two individuals when it can determine with certainty that they are the same people (there is sufficient identifying information for both individuals and it is exactly the same).  Intellipass will let Legacy run through your entire family file and do all qualifying Automerges for you.  This will save considerable time.  Also be sure to click the button for Individuals Marked as Not Duplicates when the Merge screen presents two possible duplicate people who you definitely know are not the same.  This will keep the same pairs of people who aren't really duplicates from reappearing in future Merge session.

Once I have completed my first Merge session based on Birth Dates, I then do another session 'Check chr. dates, Day range'.  I also choose 'Include blank christening dates'. All other options remain the same.  Make sure that all the Birth Date options are deselected -- this time through you just want to check for christening dates.

When the second and Merge session is complete, I start another, but this time with just 'Check death dates, Day range' as the only dates looked for.  And then I do the same for 'Check burial dates, Day range' following the pattern. In this way I get all of the possible duplicate people.

My last step is to open and carefully examine the Marriage List for duplicate marriages.  This can be a little tricky and is not the same as duplicate individuals.  If an individual is listed with duplicate marriages (more than one MRIN but with spouses who have the same RIN), you will want to unlink the duplicate MRIN with the fewest children. Please jot down the names and RIN numbers of any children before you proceed.)

  1. In Family View move the couple into Husb and Wife position.

  2. Click the 'Wives' button (lower left corner of Husb screen). The 'Wives of...' dialog box will open.

  3. Highlight the duplicate wife entry to be removed and click the Unlink button. (You don't want to Delete at this point, as this will get rid of the individual's record.)

  4. Another dialog box will open showing the spouse plus any children.

  5. Next click the Yes button.

  6. If these steps resulted in a marriage to 'Unknown' it is because there were children linked to the marriage just removed.

  7. In the 'Wives of...' dialog box highlight the 'Unknown' spouse and click the Delete button. (It's OK to Delete an Unknown at this point.)

  8. Another dialog box will open showing the spouse and any children. If you have not already done so, write down the names and RIN numbers of any children because they will need to be re-linked as your last step.

  9. Reconnect each 'orphaned' child by linking him/her as an existing person already in the file. (Adding him/her as a new person will only create more work for you by making a duplicate record that will then have to be merged).

As you examine the Marriage List you might find a few duplicate individuals (they will have different RINs) missed for one reason or another during the Merge sessions.  If so, simply jot down the RIN numbers and do Manual Merges on these people.  There shouldn't be many.

If you have questions at any of the Merge screens, don't hesitate to click on the Help button that each of them has!

Submitted by TLC

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

  • Double Dating: Gregorian and Julian Calendars

    In 1582 various countries began switching from the Julian calendar to a new calendar which refined the assignment of leap years to keep the spring equinox from drifting from its assigned calendar date. Pope Gregory XIII introduced what is now called the Gregorian calendar. Thursday, Oct. 4, 1582, was followed by Friday, Oct. 15, 1582 in order to gets things back on track. Leap years were to occur in years divisible by four, except century marks must be divisible by 400 to be leap years. 

    The Romans began their years in March. Roman consuls started taking office on January 1, which became the beginning of their year. These two starting dates, along with others, continued to be used until around 1752 in different countries. England and its colonies used March 25th as the beginning of the year until 1752.

    Dates during this period of time that fall between January 1st and March 25th can either be considered toward the end of a Julian year or near the beginning of a Gregorian year. To reduce confusion, some people include both years. For example:

Julian Gregorian Double
November 4, 1645 November 4, 1645 November 4, 1645
January 1, 1645 January 1, 1646 January 1, 1645/46
March 24, 1645 March 24, 1646  March 24, 1645/46
March 25, 1646 March 25, 1646 March 25, 1646

If you are using double dating, when you enter a date from January 1st through March 24th, and don't include a second year, Legacy accepts the date as the later year (Gregorian) and reformats the date to include the previous year. For example, Feb. 25, 1689 would be reformatted to Feb. 25, 1688/89.

Legacy will display dates between 1582 and 1752 in the double date format, provided this option has been turned on in Legacy.  To select this "Double Date Cutoff" option, please click on select Customize from the Options menu, then click on the Dates tab and select 'Use double dating' and set the year for cutting off double dating.

More information on this topic is available on the video training CD 'Mastering Legacy Family Tree: Names Dates and Places' available through our Online Store.


Do you have an expert tip to share? Send your ideas to JimTerry@LegacyFamilyTree.com. We'd love to include it in our newsletter and on our Web site. We are looking for short, simple things everyone can do to improve they way they use Legacy, but may not have thought about.


  • Old Liverpool, England, Newspapers Online 1811-34

    The newspaper transcriptions at this Web site are from old Liverpool Mercury newspapers dated 1811-34. Here you will find marriages and obituaries and on the Liverpool Snippets page articles, inquests advertisements, lists of townspeople, court sessions and bankruptcies. There is a page for ships, ships and captains, shipwrecks and passenger lists as well In addition this site contains contributed articles from later papers. The contributors names are on the pages. Don't forget to check back at this site from time to time to see the new additions. This is an on-going project and this site will always be under construction.


~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

  • Virginia Colonial Soldiers

    Since the first settlers landed in Jamestown in 1607, Virginia was largely a military colony and remained such for many years. This database is a listing of men who served in the colonial militia from those early years as a mere settlement up until the early 1770s. It was compiled in 1913 from sources available to the author in the Virginia State Library. Researchers will find the name of soldier and the reference in the original work where the record was found. Containing the names of over 6000 men, it can be an extremely helpful resource for those seeking colonial Virginia ancestors. This is a FREE Ancestry.com database. Free guest registration may be required.

Please point your browsers at www.ancestry.com/


How does the Legacy Affiliate Program work?

Simply place our logo, banner or art, or a hyperlink on your Web site and we will do the rest. Once your visitors link to LegacyFamilyTree.com, we ensure that they receive the best service on the Web. And best of all, you will receive a quarterly check for your commissions.

Getting started:

1. Fill out our brief online request form.
2. If we approve your online application, we will send you a unique Affiliate ID code to use to link to our site.
3. Download our logo, banner or art, and place them on your site using your unique Affiliate ID to link to LegacyFamilyTree.com.
4. Links are also available for your e-mail messages.

For more information please visit http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/AffiliateProgram.asp.


Take a Look at Our Busy International Calendar for August and September 2004....

28 August - Aukland, New Zealand Legacy Meeting

Venue is the room at the NZSG, 159 Queens Road, Panmure, Auckland.
Auckland Meeting (as usual) 6:00 p.m. through to 10:00 p.m.
Meeting to start by 6:30 p.m.
$5.00 (to cover costs). Tea/coffee/biscuits available.

For more information please contact Mary Maxwell Tel: 04 902 4401or email: maxwell.mm@paradise.net.nz

28 August - Orange County Legacy Users Group, 4:00 p.m.
LDS Family History Center - Relief Society Room
674 South Yorba Street
Orange, Calif. 92869
Please contact person Frank Chocco at fchocco@yahoo.com

2 September - Sacramento Legacy Users Group, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Mission Oaks Community/Senior Center
4701 Gibbons, Carmichael, CA 95608
Contact: Elizabeth Kohler at EKKohler@yahoo.com

6 September - Labor Day (US National Holiday) Millennia Corporation closed.

8-11 September - Federation of Genealogical Societies 2004 Conference
Convention Center in Austin, Texas -  See http://www.fgs.org for details.

Come visit Millennia Corporation's Geoff Rasmussen and  Jim Terry at our Legacy Family Tree booth!

11 September - Legacy Class held after Utah Valley PAF Users Group meeting (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
4000 North 650 East (Timpview Drive) in Provo, Utah
For more information please visit www.uvpafug.org/meeting.htm

11 September - Oklahoma City Legacy User Group, 11:00-12:00, following 9:00-11:00 Oklahoma City PC Users Group (OKCPCUG) Genealogy SIG.
Suite 201, Center 3000 Building
3000 United Founders Boulevard (NW 57th and N. May Ave)
Contact Joanne at okclug@att.net or La Nell at nellgen2@cox.net for details.

15 September - Calgary, AB, Legacy Users Group, 7:00 p.m.
Alberta Family History Society Library
712 16th Avenue NW, Calgary AB
Contact: Charles Aubin at cwaubin1@telus.net 

18 September - Kapiti, New Zealand, Legacy Users Group, 2:00 p.m.

The venue is the Masonic Hall, Tararua Street, Paraparaumu (on the east of the railway line). The start time is 2.00 p.m. The hall will be open at 1.00 p.m. for a cup of tea or coffee.

Please send e-mail to kapitilegacy@hotmail.com if you have questions.

18 September -  San Diego Legacy Users Group, 10:30 am - 12:00 p.m.
The Legacy groups convenes after the general meeting of the
Computer Genealogy Society of San Diego (CGSSD), which starts at 9:00 am. Tierrasanta Christian Church, 11445 Tierrasanta Blvd., San Diego, Calif. For more information call (619) 670-0960.

18-25 September - Legacy Genealogy Cruise
Departs Miami, Florida on Saturday, Sept. 18 for seven days in the Western Caribbean
Click Here for more information.

25 September - Orange County Legacy Users Group, 4:00 p.m.
LDS Family History Center - Relief Society Room
674 South Yorba Street
Orange, Calif. 92869
Please contact person Frank Chocco at fchocco@yahoo.com

27 September - Legacy Training sponsored by the Cornish Association of Victoria. Inc., 10:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Uniting Church Hall
Kangaroo Road Hughesdale
Walking distance from Oakleigh Railway Station
Oakleigh, VIC, Australia
For information contact Tom and Libby Luke at tomluke@alphalink.com.au or telephone 03 9801 1270 or visit http://home.vicnet.net.au/~caov/program/program.htm

27 September - Kitsap County, Washington Legacy User Group
Contact Lynn N. Ramey at dar0643@earthlink.net for more information.

Auckland, New Zealand, Legacy Users Group
Contact Jan Gow: phone 09 521 1518 or e-mail jangow@genealogy.net.nz with LUG meeting as the subject if you would like to be on the mailing list.

Boston Legacy Users Group
Contact: John Lisle, jbl@tqsi.com or Julie Michutka, jmm@pathbridge.net

German Legacy Users Group (Yahoo E-mail Group)
To subscribe please visit send a subscribe message to:

Netherlands Legacy Users Group
Please send e-mail to Richard Nijboer at reobijn_richard@hotmail.com or visit http://members.lycos.nl/legacynl

Norway Legacy Users Group
Visit the Norwegian Legacy web site that is packed with news, tips, help pages and a user forum you can participate in.

United Kingdom Legacy Users Group
f you would like to join a Legacy Users Group for the UK please contact Richard Prior at sauntonuk@yahoo.com

Windsor, Ontario, Legacy Users Group
Group meets the last week of the month. Day and location vary.
For more information contact Kathryn Lake Hogan at klake@cogeco.ca or phone (519) 250-1528.

For information on new groups that may be forming in your area, please visit www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/UsersGroup.asp


All in a Name...

These are actual names I found in U.S. census searches at Ancestry.com.  I really get a chuckle from some of these!

  • Ima Hogg - 1930 Census - Harris Co., TX
  • Ura Hogg - 1880 Census - Dallas Co., AR
  • Lethel Spear - 1930 Census - Clay Co., TN
  • Ernest Money - 1910 Census - Whitley Co., KY
  • Donald Duck - 1930 Census - Marion Co., IN (sorry, no Mickey Mouse was found)
  • Ruby Lips - 1930 Census - Lubbock Co., TX
  • Tiny Head - 1880 Census - Meriwether Co., GA
  • Willie Tinkle - 1850 Census - Gibson Co., TN
  • Noble Crapper - 1800 Census - Worcester Co., MD

Who could have foreseen:

  • Crystal Ball - 1930 Census - Shiawassee Co., MI

Maybe this one took her daddy's car for a spin without asking:

  • Joy Rider - 1910 Census - Johnson Co., MO

And this name from the 1930 Census from Noxubee Co., MS sounds like good advice for any girl:

  • Marry Well

But she won't want to become involved with:

  • A Goon from the 1850 Census of Tuolumne Co., CA!

Submitted by Janice Chaplin

If you have a good genealogy joke, please send it to Editor@LegacyFamilyTree.com.


If you missed a past issue you can find it


Millennia Corp.
Editor: Webmaster@LegacyFamilyTree.com
Sales: (800) 753-3453; Sales@LegacyFamilyTree.com
Support: (425) 788-0932; Support@LegacyFamilyTree.com

To UNSUBSCRIBE, please send an e-mail message to unsubscribe@LegacyFamilyTree.com
from the exact e-mail address to which Legacy News is sent. Please do not include any text in the message body.

You can also visit www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/LegacyLists.asp to unsubscribe, join other lists or change your e-mail address. (If unsubscribing, use the exact e-mail address to which Legacy News is sent and check only Legacy News.)