Re: [Stewart-DNA] Re: Genealogy software/ .pdf
- Dick,Here is another thought. You might want to add a column on your spreadsheet for url's of family websites. For example, my Stewart genealogy is probably best viewed on my cousin Marty Grant's Stewart website found here:Maybe these would fit best if you added a row underneath the entry.Kathi Bobb
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http://www.picturetrail.com/bobbkatIn a message dated 1/31/2008 4:14:53 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, puttpl@... writes:Bruce:I'm equipped with Family Tree Maker w/ pdf format options. I believe your suggestion regarding member uploading pdf (portable data format) "trees" has great merit, especially if we were using my Stewart Family data base as an index to get started. As we have many Stewart Lines in this data base without DNA signatures, I'll try to devise an indexing nomenclature which can be referenced to the members submitted trees.With regards to "charting", I believe that Belinda Dettmann has already started the haplotype picture with her R1b1 diagram of early this month. I speculate that the assignment of dates will be a long tern project taking several years, if not ten or more, to accomplish. And, even then, we will require new genetic discoveries / methods not now at hand.Dick StewartCarefree, AZ
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