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Jessica Piechowicz
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I go to the genealogy page and search for my relatives and it gives me a list and if i try to get more information it says i have to subscribe to that site to get more information.  I signed up and paid to use this site for research not to connect me to other sites im supposed to pay for also.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Jessica Piechowicz
Bridgewater, NY
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John Richard Meadows
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Hi Jessica, Give the RAOGK  web site a try. You choose your volunteer where you need them.The only cost is their expenses. I have a guy whose has worked wonders for me in the US and refuses any form of compensation. Good Luck. John
John Richard Meadows
United Kingdom
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Susan Cox
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Jessica, I understand that your new but try this. check for smart matches to what you know already it can lead you to wealth of information. Also when you use the research button it searches billions of sites and gives you a list some are pay for and some r free. look at the boxes and it will show a $ sign if its paid for . the smart match feature is a free search of all the my heritage sites from everywhere and youll be surprised what that may get you for information. If you haven't downloaded the family tree builder i would sugest that, and the family toolbar because it helps you connect back to your site. the tree builder lets you input new information easily and then uploads it to your site. Another great free source of information is https://www.familysearch.org/ it lets you search and see all information like census reports death births marriages etc.  Some of the sites like ancestry.com will tease you but not allow access unless you sign up. the website I gave you is probably my best resource right now. If I can help just drop me an email.

Susan Cox

Just another Newbie genealogy wanna be lol

 

Susan Cox
Ocala, FL
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Joan Holmes
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hi there

 I'm thinking the same thing - did you get any help please? or satisfaction could I say

 

Joan

 

Joan Holmes
Australia
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Lewis F. Steele
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I am trying to do research.  My question is as follows:

from my home page I click on the genealogy tab, then I clock on the research tab, then under the research tab, I typed in Alexander Steele and then clicked search.  I got a screen that blinked and then I came up with a screen that has an Install now box.  When I click on the install now box nothing happens.  I do not get a yellow bar on my screen.  Any suggestions on how to get around this.

 Lew Steele

Lewis F. Steele
Palm Bay, FL
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Susan Cox
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If you dont get the yellow bar for the download check to see if you are blocking pop ups. sometimes that will prevent it from downloading. hope this helps.
Susan Cox
Ocala, FL
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Susan Cox
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The yellow bar you need to right click and and select to allow the download. It is an app to help your search work. If you have downloaded the family tree builder to your computor and the family toolbar then you will be able to research and auto update your site too! Hope this helped.

Susan Cox.

Susan Cox
Ocala, FL
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Joan Holmes
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I agree with Lewis.  There is no yellow bar and when I do research , when it's my own parents and I know the dates, nothing comes up - do you actually have to subscribe to myHeritage to do all this????  are there no free sites out there in genealogy world?

Joan

Joan Holmes
Australia
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John Richard Meadows
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Hi Joan, Two suggestions that might help you. Try the message boards on Genealogy.com site. Costs nothing and you will find that incredibly helpful volunteers will respond. Also give the RAOGK site a try. You choose your volunteer where you need them. The only cost is their expenses. I found a guy who has helped me enormously and refuses compensation!   John
John Richard Meadows
United Kingdom
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Susan Cox
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You do not have to sign up for anything more than a free account wich gives you up to 250 people. the research button takes a while to load because it is searching so many other sites ,some free and some paid. You can utillize the family tree builder from your computor and then upload information and here is a site free that I have found very useful for reseach.https://www.familysearch.org/ i have found this to be invaluable site for research.

hope this helps

Susan Cox

Susan Cox
Ocala, FL
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Joan Holmes
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Thanks Susan

 

I will give this other site a go too.  Thanks for replying

Joan

Joan Holmes
Australia
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Patricia Gavin
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I also am frustrated.  All I ever find is another site asking for me to subscribe.  I don't know what to do next.
Patricia Gavin
Montoursville, PA
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John Richard Meadows
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Patricia don't despair. Two suggestions you may care to follow. I've met online some very helpful volunteers by posting on Genealogy.com site. No charge and they respond to your query very fast and comprehensively. Second, give the RAOGK site a try. You choose your volunteer in the part of the World you need. No cost except their reasonable expenses. I met a guy in the US who is brilliant and will not accept any compenasation! Hope this helps.
John Richard Meadows
United Kingdom
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Patti Fereira
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I agree with the frustration.   And, I haven't been able to decipher one of your emailed printed reports of my family tree, or anything.  MyHeritage.com is smelling more and more like a big rip off...Thanks alot.  Patti F.

Patti Fereira
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Susan Cox
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If you use the tools on the site you will find them helpful and if you started your tree with whatever information you do know and work slowly you can click on the smart match button to see if your information matches any other sites on my heritage, it will show you the matches and you can compare info and link to other persons site for questions when you find matches. its confusing at first but once you figure out how to get around the site its not so hard. first starting is always the toughest part. I spend more time using the tree builder than anything else and then when I add information I look for matches that help me add to mine or maybe help someone else add to theirs. I hope this helps. if any ? feel free to respond or email me susancox1059@hotmail.com. I can give you what help I can.

 

Susan Cox
Ocala, FL
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marie byatt
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Is there some way to search the other trees on the site - not all the external sites and not my tree.  I loaded 16000 individuals and came up with 5000 smart matches ( many of which aren't).  Since I am doing a one name study, I have many individuals with the same name.  I would like to search other trees on this site ( which I can do on tribal pages, Genes reunited, Ancestry, etc and use to be able to do on the old GenCircles - but I can't figure out how to do this on the present site.
marie byatt
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