Mailing List:2001-08-26 08, Problem with Designs of Wonder, by Rose Zella Proctor

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From: Rose Zella <zella -at-> Subject: [WHITNEY-L] Problem with Designs of Wonder Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2001 19:30:58 -0600 Sometime ago several people submittted items on the Whitney Family Crest or Coat of Arms I had been very interested in these and there was a direct link on one so I used it. However when I wanted to look at the graphics it said not to direct link so I followed their instructions and was able to see their colored crests (which I was not iopressed with as they were different from the Whitney crest posted on Whitney sites.) However that didn't matter as I realize there are different ones out there but guess what? Now that I found Desgins of Wonder I cannot get rid of them. By following their instructions, they managed to substitue this information for my own home page. Now each time I go on line I have to work around Designs of Wonder. Once I thought I had gotten rid of them but in a few days they were back. I have a son in Denver who does a lot of computer work and he says this is a new thing where you go to a new site and then they substitue it for your home page. He also says that some of them are programmed to appear again in 8 days just in case you thought you were rid of them. I don't know if anyone else has had this problem but would be interested in hearing about it. The only good thing that came out of this was there was also a Coat of Arms listed for Hobart. My Grandfather was Arthur Hobart Whitney and he named his son (my uncle) Arthur Hobart Whitney also. Finding that Hobart was also a family surname I am off and running in that direction. I did get some information from someone on that line. I think it might have originally came from John Baxter, however I had a computer gliche this summer and lost some things I was trying to save. Blessings from Wyoming! Rose Zella

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