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Hi I have been entering my DNA results from Ancestry and other sites for about a year and after some experimentation I have found a simple way that works for me. By each name I enter a ~ if we share i.e. Fred Bloggs~ and Mother Bloggs~ etc I also have a fact type for each person DNA shared and in th...
Hi I had this problem before the blue arrow appeared. I found that if one uses #key after the name it works fine to indicate a direct line ancestor. Also it avoids the fact that the blue arrow shows the line from whoever is the root person and varies as the root varies, while the # always remains un...
- 03 Sep 2008 18:10
- Forum: Genealogy News
- Topic: Place name enumeration district.
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1018
Dear All Does anyone know of a website, where one could put in a place name for a census, and get the civil parish and enumeration district. For example I was trying to find the 1901 census returne for the village of Gawcott, Bucks.I looked in several Parishes that surrounded Gawcott with no success...