Site Coordinator Rita
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A Little Introduction
Rita is the Coordinator and Webmaster for the free access Oconto County WIGenWeb Project, which is part of a Wisconsin and United States volunteer website organization. This site is an entirely volunteer effort to provide researchers with easy access to Oconto County, Wisconsin, genealogy and family history, and to bring researchers of the same family lines together to share their work. Work done by all persons who contribute their own material, Project Associates who prepare material for posting, and Research Associates who gather public access material for the site, is offered to site visitor without compensation of any sort, in hopes of providing a quality source for sharing and helping each other. We are hard working, dedicated and proud of what is, and will be, offered now and in the future. We ask only your respect in corresponding with us, and your consideration in sharing your own research with the site in an effort to increase the helpfulness of what is offered. What you contribute remains your personal property and you are only giving the site permission to post it for visiting researchers to read. The material is credited to the contributor and includes the e-mail address of that person unless requests to the contrary are made. This site does not give permission for the copying or publication of what is posted, to anyone or for any reason. Every effort is made to absolutely respect all copyright laws. If there is a mistake in this regard, it is totally unintentional and will be corrected immediately. We play fair and we want things right.
Any help offered by this site's volunteers is free of charge or any obligation, always. We like helping people make the connections they seek, and enjoy hearing back as to what is happening in their research. Yes, we DO remember you, honestly, and hope for your success.
Several of Rita's family branches have roots going back to 1842 in Brown County and 1879 in Oconto County. Six generations of her family are buried among the others who have their final rest in Oconto County. Rita's husband has roots even deeper, with the inclusion of French Canadian and Native American family branches.
We sincerely thank you for coming to the site and want you to know that we appreciate your interest. You are always welcome here. Rita