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.
looking for any relations of robert and agnes mclelland.who lived at 818 main street bellshill.this would be in the 1950,s.they had four daughters,mary,jean,elizabeth, i can not remember the other daughter and had a son called robert ...thank you jim
I have found a couple of places in which one of my ancestors married one from a completely different branch of my family tree (ie. If my mothers sister married my fathers brother) . Can the myheritage software show this? I haven't found a way to do it so that it shows up correctly.
Was entering and saving a multi family tree. Adding links both up, down and across. Hadd about 100 entries entered and all of a sudden, there were over 200 entries. Checking some of the records I see multiple duplicated siblings and the like I did not enter. Now the THING has over 400 entries and it tied a 6 month old grand child to be the wife of a 4th generation back great grandfather... and changed his last name to hers What's with the bugs... This is not funny. Vista is the OS, the down load was just made.
I see others have had Duplication issues with this software, I'm wondering if there were any real solutions or if this is just buggy code that works if everything is simple.
Is anyone maintaining this code? Is there a pay'd version that's maintained better if this free one is not. It sure looks like an EXCELENT effort and has been an easy tool to use, but not if it mixes data up like this.
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