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    Most of the sites I manage are related to genealogy. I started volunteering for USGenWeb in 1999 by formatting and uploading the infamous Texas Vital Records in the TXArchives. I am the file manager there for
Texas,
Arkansas, and
New Mexico.

    I got really lucky a few years ago and was asked to coordinate
Rusk County for TXGenWeb and then adopted
Armstrong County last year.

    In my Internet travels, I met Bettie Wood who asked me to manage a couple of states for her
Family Group Sheet Project. I started in Texas, created one for Arkansas, and then accepted Alaska and Washington, DC. Bettie left the project recently and I am now the coordinator for the project.

    I created a new website to aid in locating missing tombstones -
Tombstones - Lost & Found but have not yet announced its presence.

    I have also helped with the Marriage Project and coordinated a few other counties.

    In addition to my personal research site,
An Armstrong & A Heffernan, I have one more genealogy page called
Genlists. It's a study on the surnames MELLEN, HEFFERNAN, BRAZZIL, and SENN, lists for Milam County, Texas, and genealogical interest in Huntington's Disease.

    In my private life, I am a fancier of Irish wolfhounds. They're extremely huge dogs, built like a greyhound but with shaggy hair and MUCH taller.
I have a web site for my first wolfhound
Mannanan MacLir and one for my hearthound
Mighty Oak. I now have sites for my puppies
Sassy Sweetgum and
Tous les Jour and for my dachshund
Willow Stump. Since I wanted to learn to show my dogs, I joined
Longview Kennel Club and subsequently created their page.

    I manage my Dad's web site
Down on the Farm, one for my husband, 
Tinwhistle's Place, and created one for my son
American Badass, which is no longer extant.