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victoriaruthpierce.FTW does not appear to be a GEDCOM [30 December 2008]
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Algeo 000.GED Imported Successfully [31 December 2008]
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Simpson family of St. George in the East [17 April 2015]
When I looked at this family this afternoon there was so little showing about them that I wondered why they were there. Then I noticed the children had been baptized--giving at least one date and a place for seven children. The way the software works, Christening dates can replace empty birth dates, but baptismal dates don't. Therefore I thought I would move the data from the baptismal field to the christening field. If I made a mistake with Lydia, sorry. She was the last one and I have been tired today. Frankly, I also prefer to use baptism rather than christening, but I didn't join WeRelate until two years ago when decisions like that had been "set in stone".
I work mostly with trying to organize places, but when I get bored I can't resist going through the families one finds in "Who links here". --Goldenoldie 17:53, 17 April 2015 (UTC)