My paternal grandmother has been a mystery to me, and my father and aunt, for all our lives. All we know are the following:
-Told name was Mary Layne Hewitt
- Had 2 children with Harry Francis Koontz (1 boy, Michael Kevin in 1956, and 1 girl, Patricia Alice in 1959)
-Michael Kevin was born at Camp Pendleton, CA, since Harry was in Marines at that time
-Mary was 22 when Patricia was born
-Disappeared shortly thereafter.
My father and aunt spent most of their childhoods in and out of foster care and never knew their mother. We have been engaged in a lifelong search to find her, and at one point, Oprah almost took up the case to help us find her. Any insights or info?
I get matches linked to other family trees over and over again. After checking most of these matches about 95% of them have no source citation at all ... is there a way to turn off getting matchers from family trees??
I've got 200 people in my family tree and almost all of them have a place of birth recorded in two languages (English, Russian). For some reason the statitics page on the website shows only two(2) known places of birth exist. Sometimes, if I reupload the tree usign the app, it does go back to normal, showing multiple birth places, but that goes away after a while.
I'm having a suspicion that it's somehow related to the dual language.
I see certain difference between advertisement and unsoliced pushing of unwanted promotion.
I have paid PremiumPlus subsrciption and I am feeling having the right to have the product without unwanted hyper promotions.
I am not stupid person and I am able to find the way for closing the banner. It is not fair saing that you did this cloing button for my personal convenience.
The problem is htat you do not see the problem of pushing the advertisement to your customers every time Home page and Tree page is opened. Closing the banner every time is not making your customers well minding about your company.
I am very sorry to see that MyHeritage is not customers oriented company, this will kill your business.
I seek you commitment that the designer of this promotion was the most stupid person at MyHeritage having left not much space for the original purpose of the screen. I really have never seen such an agressive promotion.
My wife is a member of (THAT OTHER MAJOR GENEALOGICAL PROGRAM.)
Recently, following advertising, she took advantage of THEIR special DNA deal.
Previously it was a bit expensive... for us anyway.
She was very happy both with the cost and (along with her brother) with the information received; and certainly she was happy with the fact that the organisation had advertised the deal, otherwise she would not have known about it.