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I have been a member of the Guild for ten years and have benefited hugely from my membership. These are what I see as some of the main benefits. You get a free profile page on the Guild website where you can advertise your one-name study. You can see my profile page here.Having a profile page brings in enquiries, and also gives your study more credibility. ...


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I am sure there are lots of benefits to being a member of any society and there are sometimes various options. For example, Somerset & Dorset FHS exists, as do the separate county FHS groups. As Colin mentioned, there are two societies who serve the surname study communities. Some people choose to do their studies in isolation and want to be the sole ...


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The good news about Family Historian is that it's GEDCOM 5.5 compatible. The bad news is that it's GEDCOM 5.5 compatible. Which is a flippant way of saying that as GEDCOM 5.5 doesn't have in the sort of concepts that you need, then, as the programmers haven't seen the need for these concepts, there is nothing immediately available. Against the source ...


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You could use Genelines by Progeny Software. It can produce almost exactly the chart you're asking for in its full descendant chart: You would create your input data in another genealogy program and export it to GEDCOM. Then Genelines can read your GEDCOM and produce its descendant report. Because you're putting together people who are in small families, ...


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GEDCOM includes a QUAY tag, which is short for "QUAlitY" but is defined as a Certainty Assessment. This is from GEDCOM 5.5.1: CERTAINTY_ASSESSMENT:= {Size=1:1} [ 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 ] The QUAY tag's value conveys the submitter's quantitative evaluation of the credibility of a piece of information, based upon its supporting evidence. Some systems use this feature ...


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