I have been informed by Doteasy
(the host for this domain) that fraudsters are sending In2net branded emails to
their customers as part of a phishing and malware attack.
These fraudulent emails claim
this domain name has been suspended and ask you to click a link. The
emails will include a 480 area code phone number and are being sent from an 'abuse
@ in2net . com . org' email address.
If you receive one of these
CLICK ANY OF THE LINKS
REPLY TO THE EMAIL
CALL THE NUMBER LISTED ON THE EMAIL
Thanks to Doteasy for informing
me, so I could in turn let you know.
Dedicated to KILMER,
PETERS, RANDALL and HEAVENER
genealogies as researched by David L. Kilmer
My first thoughts about genealogy came after I had graduated
from college. My mother's uncle Roy (Roy A. FOULKE) had circulated a
questionnaire soliciting information for a book he was writing on FOULKE Family
Genealogy. He successfully completed his task in 1972 and published a second
edition in 1974. I am fortunate to have a copy of both in
my possession as it was while reading these, that I began to wonder what
the rest of my family tree looked like.
The information contained on this site is the result of many
hours of research over a period of nearly 40 years. Hopefully this will
assist anyone with common ancestors to avoid spending the time chasing dead ends
that I did.
Although I have done my best to keep the information contained herein
factual and referenced, there may be errors on these pages. Any of
you that have tried to decipher handwriting in a 1790 census, on a page that has
been stained, torn and repaired with tape, then put on film using a slightly out
of focus camera, will understand how errors can happen. This is why it is
your duty as researcher to re-verify any data contained herein before drawing
any conclusion. Use of the information on this site without verification
is at your own risk, and I accept no responsibility.
If you do
notice something wrong, incorrect, or omitted, it is unintentional, so please contact me using the
email address listed below. Thank you, and hopefully you get as much
enjoyment from these pages as I did doing the research.