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My name is Roger CHACE and I started this site. It was created using MyHeritage.com.  If you have comments, please click here to contact me.  I have confirmed a link between our lineage and that of Salmon Portland Chase, who was the 6th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Judge, appointed by Abraham Lincoln.
Our family tree is posted online on this site! There are 8007 names in our family site. The earliest event is the birth of Louis Caussade (847). The most recent event is the death of Celia Freeborn LAMSA (born CHACE) (June 20 2013). The site was last updated on Sep 23 2014, and it currently has 15 registered member(s). If you wish to become a member too, please click here.   Enjoy!


Smile To see the picture of my Family Wheel Chart, which was created in 1895 for the Golden Wedding Anniversary of my great-great grandfather,  where you can zoom in to find what you need, just click on the right.   <Click Here>

 


I would certainly appreciate any comments you have.

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A site member updated the details of Rufus FILLMORE , Elizabeth STOVER (born WEBBER) and Mercy HUSSEY (born EVANS) in family tree CHACE3
 
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This Web site:Suggest they show how many total matches are left to confirn or reject.
Posted by: Roger CHACE on July 5 2014 13:40
I have suggested to MyHeritage that since they love numbers so much, not only can they show how many new Smart Matches we have to confirm or reject but total matches. I would love to see how many I have left to confirm or reject.
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Genealogy:Showing 100% known data
Posted by: Roger CHACE on Jan 12 2012 13:54

I have suggested to MyHeritage that a way to show as 100% known data (where you actually have a copy of a death certificate, or birth record, etc) would change the way that data would be shown on your tree. Perhaps it could be shown as blue (like a hot link), with the photo of the data popping up to show.

I think that would make the data much easier to nail down as absolutely correct.

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