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Depending on the software you are using (unless you're doing it all by hand) you may be able to enter both dates separately choosing the type of date being entered, or by the software configuration pi …
answered Oct 10 '12 by Justin808
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I'm trying to find a good resource for researching German coat of arms. Specifically I've traced my family Zaun back to the 1700s in Rothenditmold, Kassel, Hessen, Germany. Archion has been my larges …
asked Feb 20 '16 by Justin808
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Is it possible to generate and export a report for each person in my family tree? I see how I can view, export and save a snapshot to for later use, but how can I automate the process of creating a re …
asked Oct 10 '12 by Justin808
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This is just one example, but I have plenty of records, for multiple families. The wife is | Anna `<something>` geb `<maiden name>` but coming up on 15 or 16 Anna in the same family tree in the sa …
asked Mar 23 '16 by Justin808
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How should I deal with a family secret that directly affects a full branch on the family tree? For example, there are two brothers, both married and both have kids. Brother A is the father of his ki …
asked Oct 9 '12 by Justin808
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Every person I look for with few exceptions I find no records for. For example: First: Heinz Last: Zaun Birth: Germany Date: 1928 Death: Germany Date: 1957 I know this to be true, his son is ali …
asked Oct 18 '12 by Justin808
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I've done a lot of research on websites but I'm not sure where to go from here. I assume the next step is to contact the organizations the kept the records (churches, government/municipality, etc.) bu …
asked Oct 10 '12 by Justin808
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I've been using Archion and have found a lot of records for my family there. But the archive stops at 1794. I've also use lagis-hessen though those records don't go as far back as Archion. Are there …
asked Mar 8 '16 by Justin808
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I'm not sure is this is the right SE to ask but I'll ask non the less. I'm trying to define a family relationship. I think the person is my step step first cousin once removed. My my Grand-Father is …
asked Jun 18 '12 by Justin808
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I'm using an application to store and work on my research. I can have a source, with multiple entities referring to it. Each entity has a unique "page" for the source. Additionally each source can hav …
asked Dec 4 '14 by Justin808
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I've asked this here but its too old to migrate so I'm asking again. I'm creating a list of family members: Mother: Jane Father: John Children -------- Biological, Justin, 5/20/1981 Biological, Joh …
asked Dec 6 '12 by Justin808
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When dealing with conflicting information the number of source you have will matter as well as the source itself. For example if you have two conflicting dates from two sources, source A is from a bi …
answered Oct 9 '12 by Justin808
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In my situation my Family Name is semi-common. I can find several discussion boards and resources. My issue is that my specific tree is not known. I've asked about my father, grand-father, great-grand …
asked Oct 10 '12 by Justin808
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This is really up to the historian. If you would like to track this information then you should keep it in your tree. If not you can remove it. It should be noted that just because a person is divorce …
answered Oct 10 '12 by Justin808
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You can use the default name fields as the preferred name. Then any place that displays the person name will have the preferred name. You can add other names to the record, including Formal Name and m …
answered Oct 25 '16 by Justin808

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