Monday, June 21, 2010

Genealogy & Zazzle


First I will talk genealogy and
will talk zazzle next.
Well I went to see my Mom the other day and  she has been saving obituaries from the newspaper for a long time and when I went over she was putting them all in an album. So I borrowed the album and I scanned all the pages of the allbum and I have created   a page on my Acadian-Roots dot com website. If you go there you will see an animated pencil on the sidebar click on it and it will take you to the obituaries. The following are the names of the persons .They are not in alphabetical order so you will have to look to find them on my website at http://www.acadian-roots.com/ .
Eloi Arsenault, Melina Arsenault, Marie Anne Belliveau, Maxime Breau, Arthur Gallant, Emile Gallant, Freeman Gould, Normand Hunt,Philippe LeBlanc, Patrick LeBlanc, Guy LeBlanc, Aline LeBlanc, Claude LeBlanc, Armand LeBlanc, Diane LeBlanc, Hazel Mae Leblanc, Therese Thibodeau, Theresa Bourgeois, Zephir Girouard, Irene Briggs, Marie L Caissie, Sara Caron, Paul Allain, Edmee Cassidy, Clayton Rideout, marjorie Allison Parley, Milledge Williams, Elizabeth J Williams, Emery Boudreau, Lucilda Bourque, Henry Bourque, Barbara Ann Babineau, Alcide Bourque, Kenneth Coster, Sylvia A Henderson, Romeo Leger, Freddy Gautreau, Mabel Arsenault, Sanford Maillet, Odila Brine, Sophie McLean, Eva Saulnier, Dora Pellerin, Justin R Williams, Raymond Leger, Gerard (Patat)Melanson, Rejean Martin, John Kerwin, Laurie LeBlanc, Kathryn Pyne Welner, Clara Beaton, Norman tower, John Williams, Tyler Williams, Laurie Leger, Bernice Cassidy, Romain Doucet, Yvon Cormier, Raymond Donelle, Edna Cormier, Philip Aubie, Lawrence Bernard, Clarence Melanson, Walter Baxter, Nelida Leblanc, Doris A Richard, Emile Desroches, Jack Bell, Louis Arsenault, Clarence (Buck)Arsenault, Samuel Gorber, Laurie J Leblanc, David Meahan, Edgar Bourque, Jean Baptiste Cormier, Ulysse Maillet, Alfred Caissie, Raymond Leblanc, Ronald King, Leo LeBlanc, Kristina Elliot, Andrea Vautour, Clifford Williams,Marie Collette, Thomas Chase, Yvonne Leblanc, Camille C Thebeau, Irene Ambrose, Irene McGinnity, Hilda Williams, Edward J Gallant, Emerise Girouard, Albert Girouard, Dora Girouard, Marie Girouard, Desire Girouard, Irene Saulnier, Lionel Maillet, Leo Donahue, Adelard Melanson, Jacques Bourque, William Hebert, Donald Richard, Bernice Myers, Dora Williams Melanson, Pauline Hebert, Dora Pellerin, Sister Genevieve Petitpas, Lucianne Roy, Edward LeBlanc, Lindsay MacCurdy, Lena Arsenault, Evangeline Chiasson, M.E.Girouard, Bernard Doucet, Kenneth Daigle, Mary Lilian Rossiter, Clarence Wedge, Yvonne Hache, Pierre Bourque, Germaine Trembley, Yvon Maillet,  Connie McCallum, James Vautour, Gisele Minhas, Garnet Mutch, David Briggs, Robert Murdock, Lionel Jos Williams, Edward Williams, Edmee Bourgeois, Alice Boucher, Roy Steeves, Doris Leblanc, Edward Lirette, S .Hansen, Lillian M Little, Edward (Eddie)Saulnier,Lloyd Lirette, Geneva Cormier, Gladys Belliveau, Yvon J Hache, Jeanne Munrow, Paul G Gallant, John Ramsay, Melas Hebert, Alfred Niles, Stella King, Dorilla (Maillet)Drisdelle, Arthur Martin, Richard Murray, Leo Hebert, Odile Hachey, Mrs Perley  Wesley Vye, Donnie Terrio, Leonard (Ted) Boucher, Laura Gosselin, Richard Russell, Rita Boucher, Jeanne Finck, Kenneth Gallagher and Edna Girouard.
Now we will talk Zazzle. Zazzle is where I created my gallery or my store. There are tons and tons of zazzle stores and lots of great artists among them. I would like to mention a new friend of mine from Melbourne Australia, her name is Rose and she has been promoting my store at http://www.zazzle.com/allicor    so in return I would like to promote her store, now she is very talented, and she has a blog and a newsletter which you can subscribe to, in her newsletter she talks about her store but she also helps advertise stores like mine and yours. Each time I make a sale I sent her the list of what I sold and she in turn posts it in her newsletter along with other zazzlers. Here is what she wrote for me to share with you:
Sketchart26 Fine Arts & Photos Newsletter Started on Monday 1st of March 2010. The news letter was influence through my personal belief that we should never just take and should always try to give back. So out of this belief I developed what I now call “Sketchart26 Fine Arts and Photos Zazzle Bog”. The blog was designed to not only display my work but also to display the work of all Zazzle store owners. Over the path of the development stage of the blog I began to realise the importance for all Zazzle store owners to have a place to share their experiences, sales, store, designs and any websites they may have set up to help advertise their store. I believe through sharing these experiences we give hope to all those just starting out and also at the same time we can learning from one another so that we may be able to grow as individuals as well. So the newsletter is sent out once a fortnight each Monday and incorporates anything blogged within the fortnight. It also allows those who subscribes access to a programme I have started called “Tools of The Trade” which is my own tutorials I am writing to help other’s learn what I have learned during my time at Zazzle in the hope to make other’s paths an easier path to take. So I would like to invite you all to sign up and start sending through all your wonderful news about your sales, stores, new designs and anything else that might be of importance to your stores. Customers are also welcome to sign up for the newsletter.

You can sign up through my website or my blog. See links below.
Cheers Sketchart26
http://sketchart26online.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=77&Itemid=84
http://sketchart26fineartsandphotoszazzleblo.blogspot.com/


I hope she will get a lot of new subscriptions. 
Now I hope you like my two products I added today, there is a story behind them. Today we went to the country and stopped in this Acadian Restaurant where they sold Poutine Rapees, they are the photos on the shirt, they may not look very tasty but they sure are, with a little bit of sugar is the way I like them, some use salt, some even use ketchup, So I bought a couple and brought them home and I said to myself, hmm this would make a great product for my gallery so I set them on a plate on my table , took out a few Acadian things and voila I have a product. I made tee shirts, french and english, I made invitations french and in english, I created a hat, even a necktie and  a bag, a mousepad and a postcard . You can find all of these in my Acadian Cajun Folder  and in my mouse and greeting card folders too. I do hope you will stop by.
So as Porky Pig used to say "da, dats  all  foolks."  grin.
Thanks for the visit ,do stop by again.
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2 comments:

WRP said...

Have your children any Pictures of your ancestors and cemeteries? http://tinyurl.com/26galfz

alineskee said...

They sure do