(14)I just dealt with this issue: I emailed as per the new permission window. In the space to type contact name I stated all were dead. They replied and wanted
(5)Thanks. Yes that's what I was looking for, and I agree with you on 20-ish. It's after the ravages of the teen years, and before the ravages of full adulthood.
(6)I just had a hint show up on the tree itself, in the new view. Look for the brown icon with a magnifying glass and a computer screen. That's probably how
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(16)I am hopeful that the future (or perhaps present breakthroughs in research) will give us information we need to do the sealings of ungendered infants to their
(3)No, the rule has not changed! FamilySearch Family Tree is for the dead, not the living. Keep you living genealogy on your personal computer in your personal
(7)Carol, I think you are talking about Record Search, right? You are not talking specifically about genealogies that have been submitted to FamilySearch, right?
(24)Thanks so much for the info. I think I will go with my old subscription to access all of the data bases. Thank you for the info. ... From: "'Pat Walker'
(4)It was mentioned (I can't remember where) that later this year, all ordinances reserved for over 2 years will be released. There is a process at the present
(13)If it is what I think it is, it appears if you press F12 and disappears if you press F12 again. Bill Buchanan blog: http://billbuchanan.blogspot.com site:
(4)Thank you! We can share this information with him. Sue Rayburn
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