Searching In GEDCOMs

I’ve been thinking for a long time about what things I can do with a .gedcom file.  A GEDCOM is a plain text file, which means you can read it in a text editor as well as being able to search it and extract data from it for statistical and other purposes.  That is how … [Read more…]

The Ancestral Places Geneameme

Thanks to Alona from Lone Tester for this geneameme.  Using the alphabet how many letters can you name ancestral places for? A – Adelaide, South Australia (Willison, Scadden, Buring) B – Berlin, Prussia (Buring) C – Cornwall, England (Scadden) D – Draughton, Northamptonshire, England (Heeps) E – Elmore, Victoria, Australia (Heeps, Boyd) F – Flaxley, … [Read more…]