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Ancestral heritage of George, Mercedes, Chuck (Mickey) and Sandy McIntyre.
The McIntyre Family Web Page includes both ancestors and descendants of John Sherman McIntyre (1880-1971) and Leona May McIntyre (1884-1942) of southwestern Michigan.
McIntyre died September 22, 2001, at the age of 92.
His enthusiasm and persistence in creating this web site
is an inspiration to us to keep it active in his memory.
Welcome to the McIntyre Web Site. George, Mercedes, Chuck (Mickey),
and Sandy McIntyre enjoyed creating this web site with the
Surname database compiled by Carolyn Carroll from Siren, Wisconsin, USA.
Carroll (Carrell) Family Missouri Connections
I am researching the Carroll/Carrell family that located to what is now Maries County, Missouri in the early 1800's. My research has taken me to 1839 when an administrator's letter was filed by Thomas Johnson for the estate of John Carrell. This letter
not fully reviewed yet, for more details please visit the original site...
Facebook is trying to crush Vine before it’s too late
Facebook will reportedly be adding Vine-like, short video clips to its Instagram service later this month. This follows an important cross-over moment — earlier in June, Vine surpassed Instagram in Twitter shares. But perhaps even more worryingly, Vine has become the fastest growing top iOS app in America measured by engagement. According to Onavo Insights, Vine has tripled its monthly engagement to 10.7% of all iPhone owners in just a few months. Instagram remains far ahead with 35.5%, but it’s engagement growth has slowed to a crawl. This could be a pivotal moment in the obscure and potentially highly annoying art of posting seven-second stop motion video clips of people re-enacting the Siege of Gondor on their coffee tables. A Facebook/Instagram entry
Now Vinestagram Is Facebook's Secret Product Launch — or Is It?
You Should Follow Iran’s New President on Twitter
With a mysterious Facebook product launch coming up on Thursday, the rumormongers think they've landed on yet another possibility for what's to come: a video competitor for Twitter's Vine, made by none other than Instagram itself. You know, even though the rumormongers believed something else entirely just a few hours earlier.
Iran's new president is quite the tweeter.