Re: One Sheet Family History
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From: "Carol Lee" <carlee1@...>
Reply-To: dist-gen@..., "Carol Lee" <carlee1@...>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 15:27:43 -0600
> The last time I was in Salt Lake City I picked up 2 large charts that are suitable for hanging on the wall. They are circle charts and include 9 generations. I plan to do one for each of my parents.37" square and very sturdy. When I got back to Calgary, I heard I could have bought them from Bev Rees here in Calgary.
> Carol Lee
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> From: Mabel
> To: dist-gen@...
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2004 2:50 PM
> Subject: One Sheet Family History
> AFHS received a question from a query about how to display their Family History. The Family History goes back to 1550 and is presently on a large number of pieces of paper. The query would like to know how to display it on one sheet of paper, or on computer. Does anyone have ideas? Or would someone offer to correspond, by email, with the query to give them information?
> Mabel Kiessling
- Ancestor Find (Bev and Ken Rees) carry the 8 generation circle chart which is printed all on one side. The 12 and 15 generation pedigree charts that we also carry are printed on both sides of the paper. The 8 generation chart sells for $5.95 and the 12 and 15 generation charts sell for $2.95.Sincerely,Beverley A. Rees, genealogist