Month: December 2010

Legacy 7.5 nearly here …

At last, the long-awaited version 7.5 of Legacy is nearly here – it will be released on January 17, 2011. You can read all about it here. Hopefully, this means we can all finally get to grips with the new FamilySearch sites as well!?!

Nearly there …

Just the England section of the 1901 census and the whole of the 1911 census to go and the transfer will be complete. I might just get it done on schedule after all ….

Relationship Display

I am always being asked “what relation are you to … ?” and so I have added a ‘mod’ by Jeff Robinson to display the relationship between a ‘default person’ and the person currently being viewed. Setting the current individual as the default person will initiate the relationship display which shows the relationship between the …

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It goes on …

I finished copying across the 1871 census last night and am just about to start on the 1881 one. You may have noticed that there are a lot more map entries available now as I am also updating the location database as I do the census. This is getting a little more colourful as I …

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Merry Christmas

Seasons Greetings I have now completed the 1861 census transfer from the old database to the new one and am starting work on the 1871 census. Hopefully, as I have a little extra time off this holiday season, I can get quite a bit done – but I can see it stretching into the new …

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1841 Census

Having generated a couple of short-cuts, I have now managed to get most of the 1841 Census related to the Williams Family Tree updated on the site. Getting the information imported from the old site is a marathon task but as I have an unexpected break from work over the Christmas period I hope to …

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Guestbook Move

The Williams Family Tree Guestbook has been moved to the new website. The Guestbook is the place to make any comments about the site – good or bad. Please feel free to add your comment. There is no need to be logged in to make a comment. Your email address, although not compulsory, would be …

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Welshman’s Rescue

How a Welshman bravely battled with a girl who was ablaze in a London flat, was told to a Western Mail correspondent. The girl, Emma BOOTH, aged sixteen, had been left alone on the top floor, and was dusting the mantel shelf, when her clothes caught fire. She ran to a room below, occupied by …

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Latest News

A quick modification to the Home page of the new Williams Family Tree website to show the latest articles from the new Blog Site. It seemed silly to have two places where information needed to be updated! The general look of the “Latest News” will probably change over the coming weeks/months but at least it …

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