Some how I have 2 kids showing as step-sisters to someone and they are not even related to the person, How can I fix it. How it goes is the girls father was married to the boys mother, but that was years before any of the kids were born and they all moved on. So how can I remove that from my tree.
I absolutely love the research benefits that I am receiving from My Heritage. I commend them for what they have been able to put together. I'm sure there is just a box that I am not checking, but when I import a GEDCOM that has been created by my entries into PAF, all of the fields seem to show up just fine with the exception of the LDS ordinance fields. The problem occurs when I do my research and it is automatically merged, I want to be able to export a GEDCOM that has all of my fields for PAF including the LDS ordinances and the family search ID number (very important!). Could someone please help me with this dilemma or even if you tell me that it is not possible, I will find a way to work around it. The program is quite robust though and I believe that it should be able to pull in the LDS ordinances and family search number and place them in a protected area so that only allowed to members and guests can view them. Thank you in advance for your kind help. Sincerely, John
I "Intelligently" merged a smaller gedcom from a relative in the last week. This was the first ttime I had done so. I expected this to do "what it said on the tin", but it has totally skewed my tree. Apparently my name is now Sarah (I'm a man) and I was born about 50 years before my dad.
The question is: Can I retrieve a previous tree to try and restore the original tree? If not, this is going to take forever to fix.
I'm after the father,grandfather etc of a James Johnston.James was born 1887, d:1946, married Dorothy Ilderton in June 1911 Tynemouth Eng. James did live at Wallsend England in 1929. James was also a Coal Miner at the Rising Sun Mine at Wallsend Eng..hoping someone can help me, I'm not having any luck on my own. firstname.lastname@example.org