For Immediate Release:
Castles to Kansas
Kamuela, HI Thursday, October 13, 2005 – How many of
your own ancestors lived in castles? The surprising answer is almost certainly
quite a few. And unless most of recorded history is completely wrong, not only did
quite a few of your own ancestors live in castles, they actually owned castles.
The Family Forest® Project has been digitally connecting the
dots of recorded history according to where the experts say they should be
connected, and thereby creating maps of the generation-by-generation ancestral
pathways that lead from the heartland of America today directly to Old World castles centuries ago,
If you follow your own ancestral pathways far enough into
the past, you will almost certainly connect into Family Forest® pathways that
lead directly to one or more famous castles that can now be visited in your own
For Family History Month, MPC is offering a collection of
never-before-seen family history eBooks from the upcoming Family Forest® New World
Edition. Each of these genealogy titles begins with someone who lived in a
castle, and documents many of their generation-by-generation family ties that lead to
America and other parts of the world. This CD contains six Adobe PDF eBooks
ranging from 1,500 to over 13,000 pages each at a retail price of up to $29.95 each. Acquire this entire collection from now until the end of October
for just $9.95 with free shipping and handling.
Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc. is the home of the
Family Forest® Project, and the latest state-of-the-art presentation is the Family Forest® Leadership
Edition. Please explore some of the links at the Family Forest® Site Map
for many examples of why the Family Forest® is called the world’s most
interconnected digital resource for ancestral history.
Contact: Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc.
Kristine M. Harrison
Family Forest® Special Preview