winters.ged Imported Successfully
The pages from your GEDCOM, "winters.ged" have been generated successfully. You may view them byand opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.
-WeRelate agent 16:22, 13 April 2007 (MDT)
WINTERS.GED Imported Successfully
The pages from your GEDCOM, "WINTERS.GED" have been generated successfully. You may view them byand opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.
-WeRelate agent 17:49, 13 April 2007 (MDT)
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The next thing to do is, then select File in the Family Tree Explorer menu and give your family tree a name. You can either upload your GEDCOM or create person and family pages one at a time. To upload your GEDCOM, select File in the Family Tree Explorer menu and then click on Import and choose the GEDCOM file to import. The system will create an editable web page for each person and family in your GEDCOM. To create a page manually, select Add in the Family Tree Explorer menu and click on Add new person; enter the given (first name) and surname (last name), select Add, then fill in the blanks and save.
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Nottinghamshire Surnames List?
Hi, I noticed you added a Surname page: "Nottinghamshire Surnames List". I deleted the page because Surname pages are supposed to contain information on individual surnames. Did you mean to add a source of information about Nottinghamshire surnames? If so, could you click on Source:Nottinghamshire Surnames List and create the page, and also include a URL or some text explaining where the list can be found? Thanks!--Dallan 23:14, 13 April 2007 (MDT)
Fixed Place Names
Currenly, we don't put "England" at the end of place names in England if the county is known. By removing England from the places in Winters in Millow, Bedfordshire, England, those three places will now link to existing place pages. This is being worked on by the head programmer and when it is fixed, the places in your article will have "England" added back automatically. --Dquass 19:58, 15 April 2007 (MDT)
Benger surname category
Just an FYI, I also created a Source for your website: Source:Henry Smith Benger so that people searching sources (or wanting to cite it) will find it. Feel free to add more information to the source page or change its title.--Dallan 12:22, 16 April 2007 (MDT)
Hello, Hugh. Just FYI, it is preferable to avoid using abbreviations in place names at any level, such as NZ for New Zealand. It is easier for the site to index your pages properly, and for your cousins to find you, if name places are spelled out completely. It's one of the things I also have to go back and change for many of my own pages on WeRelate. :-) --Kittydoc 16:01, 17 April 2007 (MDT)
furness-1823.ged Imported Successfully
The pages from your GEDCOM, "furness-1823.ged" have been generated successfully. You may view them byand opening the family tree into which this GEDCOM was imported.
-WeRelate agent 07:21, 30 April 2007 (MDT)
Just received your note. I am rusty at the compute. I have been doing genaloical research for the last 30 years when life allowed it. I am now 'retired' due to health and am just enjoying the time. I have Stevens line from england that I have ignored for years. Now is the time to explore it. Hope to chat with ya again. StevenLewis
Surname:McMillans of Dalziel [9 June 2008]
I hope you're doing well. I've been reviewing the surname pages in preparation for the new search function and came across Surname:McMillans of Dalziel. I just wanted to let you know that I deleted it and moved the content to Person:Robert McMillan (14).--Dallan 23:33, 9 June 2008 (EDT)
Davern Surname [1 March 2009]
I stumbled across your Davern in Anacarty, Tipperary, Ireland page. In a side branch of my BETZ line, a Mary Ann DAVERN of Ireland, married a BETZ.
You can see what I have about this Davern branch here. They were also from Tipperary.
-- jillaine 08:23, 1 March 2009 (EST)
Create a UK or England Portal [20 July 2009]
Would you be interested in establishing a UK or England Portal to help raise some interest in WeRelate among UK centred researchers ? I note how a Uk and Aus portal has helped sites such as ancestry.
Theres a danger that UK researchers migh look at WeRelate and think it is predominantly US centred (OK it might be but we could change that)