Discussions may pertain to such spellings as
MADDIC, MADDICK, MADDICKS, MADIX, MADDIX, MADDOX, MADDUX,
MADOC, MADDOCK, MADDOCKS,
MATOC, MATTOC, MATTOCK, MATTOCKS, etc.
and ""ALL"" of the many other derivative spelling variations
that have been recorded in documents over time and space.
First offered through Larry Stephens' MAISER server at the University of Indiana on June 18, 1996, this List grew steadily until May 9, 1997, when the MAISER server was permanently disabled due to overload problems caused by a mass mailer, or 'spammer'. Slightly more than 80 subscribers were active at that time.
The MADDOCK-L List, with all of the original subscribers remaining active, made the migration to the Listserv at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada on Friday May 16, 1997. As of mid August, 1998, the number of subscribers hovers at around 130.
The List is managed through the use of LISTSERV software (Version 1.8c)
on a server which is located on the campus of Queen's University, at Kingston, Ontario.
The University's contribution and committment to this operation is gratefully acknowledged.
Server space to host these pages is provided by Bruce Murduck
(Small cash Donations to help offset the costs are thankfully received...)
If relevant, you are also invited to subscribe to the MURDUCK-L List.
The Listowner is:
For contact concerning the operation and policies of this List....
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - / / / / /\ \ \ \ \ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Return to the main MADDOCK-L Page
Please contact the Listowner,
,if you experience any difficulties with this List service!
Copyright 1997 - 2006, Bruce Murduck
This page set has been designed to be intentionally free of extraneous graphic images and with a reasonable degree of 'white space', thus permitting you to focus on the content, and to enhance download time and reduce costly connect time charges.
The MADDOCK-L Pages are hosted on server space provided by Mr. Murduck.
Page Maintenance Services by the
(Created: Feb 13, 1998)
(Latest Revision: 29 Aug 2001)