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If you need any help, I will be glad to answer your questions. Just click on my signature link below and then click on the “Leave a message” link under my name in the upper left corner of my profile page. Thanks for participating and see you around! Debbie Freeman --DFree 17:13, 25 May 2011 (EDT)
Welcome! [3 June 2011]
Yes, WeRelate is still not out of beta and is a bit clumsy in places. There is just one programmer, Dallan. He has worked at this full time for I don't know how long, but is currently doing consulting work, so changes are done as he has time. He has recently put a notice on the front page to see if he can recruit someone to help with the programming. He is good to be open to suggestions and ideas to make things better. He seems to really depend on the users to tell him what needs the most attention and why. He monitors the watercooler, so hopefully he'll see your comments, but you can always use his talk page to be more specific. I appreciate the opportunity to be in on the building of this site. I think the potential is great, if they can just make it a bit easier to use! --Janiejac 02:41, 3 June 2011 (EDT)
need proof [15 June 2011]
You added Family:James Woods and Unknown (2) as parents of Person:Frances Wood (3) with no sources. The birth record already cited on Frances' page explicitly identifies her parents as John and Mary. ??? --Jrich 00:23, 16 June 2011 (EDT)
Oops! - I typed in the wrong name - it is now corrected.
I have no issue with the sources for her parents - my own stop at Frances Wood.
PS - I am glad someone is watching at least some of what I am entering - we are all subject to error. --Jhamstra 00:51, 16 June 2011 (EDT)
links to other werelate pages [29 September 2011]
Links to other werelate page should be done using double brackets and the page title, rather than single brackets and URLs. For example [[Person:Isaac Newton (19)|Isaac Newton]]. The text after the bar is used as the display text of the link Isaac Newton or it may be left off and you get Person:Isaac Newton (19). This form of link is preferrable to using URLs because it is easier when somebody else edits the page (less line wrap problems in edit mode, less troublesome syntax - no underscores or unicode characters - so fewer errors) and because it clearly shows up as a WeRelate link so safe while the other form looks like any external link possibly on some remote website of unknown safety. It is also conceivable that changes in the future could break the URL form whereas updates would ensure that the intra-werelate links continue to work. --Jrich 14:07, 29 September 2011 (EDT)
Zeeland resource [12 November 2011]
I see that some of your Dutch ancestors were from Zeeland. I'm not sure if you know of http://www.zeeuwengezocht.nl. It's a great resource for Zeeland records. --Jennifer (JBS66) 08:30, 12 November 2011 (EST)
Thank you [15 September 2013]
Thank you for leaving the familysearch.org record of Samuel Fuller & Jane Lathrop's marriage. Genealogical research is so tricky not only because records are difficult to verify but also the confusion added because our modern day spelling rules just didn't apply back then. I would love to know if the name is Lathrop or Lathrope?? Either could be correct. I would think Lathrop may have Norman ancestry where as Lathrope could be more British. I have done more reading in the past few yrs than I think I did throughout my school years lol. I have tried very hard to verify the info in my part of the family tree before I entered it on this site. One of the most ironic things I have uncovered is the fact that my ancestor Samuel Fuller & Frances Cook the ancestor of my best friend for the past 20 yrs were on the Mayflower together. Thank you for adding more sources as well. I truly do appreciate it. All the best.
Jules--JulesLonghurstStiles 04:23, 15 September 2013 (EDT)