I want to indicate on my family tree when two people have a child but are unwed. I've tried choosing "friends" and "other", but when I generate the report, it still states that they were married. Any suggestions? Thanks.
I am looking for any relations of George Hancock married to Elizabeth Poulter in the registry office at Dartford county Kent in 1905. They lived in Bexley Heath. He was a plumber and she was a cook in domestic service.
Qui pourait me renseigner sur André Colombani Grimaldi né au deuxième semestre 1800 et qui a immigré au Vénézuela, il était de Poggio d'Olleta, c'est pour son arrière petit fils qui recherche ses racines.
I'm in a web development class this summer, and for my final project, I'm going to make a web page that organizes all the family history information I've been gathering and presents it in a reasonably attractive way.
As part of my assignment, I'm required to survey my target audience and find out what they would like to see in my page. Some the most likely potential users of my web page are fellow genealogists, especially genealogists whose research interests overlap with mine.
Long surveys are frustrating, so I have just three questions for you. Feel free to skip some of them, but if you have time to answer at least one question before Thursday, I (and my assignment grade) would be very grateful:
Can you give me an example of a private web page about a family's history that is well done? What do you like about it?
Have you ever encountered a private web pages about a family's history that was done poorly? What made you dislike it?
Pretend that you've just stumbled across my page, and you think that the people I'm researching might be your people too. What features do you hope to see on my page?
Does anyone know how I can email my tree(in the Family Tree Builder) from my laptop to my desktop? I've tried exporting it to a GEDCOM file, successfully, but it doesn't include my pictures. When I got all the pictures over to the desktop, they weren't linked with their individuals. What a mess. Should I be emailing the saved 'database' and not a GEDCOM file?
Dont copy things from trees on here or any other website without first verifying the 'information' on them.
One person on here, and many on another well known website, has my sister b in Ireland. Since our parents never left NZ that is the first error. She has our parents with our fathers correct y.o.b. 1899, but then she gives my sister a spouse b 1723 in USA and a daughter b 1747 in USA, both born well before her own father!
I have contacted her once or twice before to point out how ridiculous it is but she persists in this misinformation in her tree. She will be the laughing stock of anybody who sees it.