Merging duplicate records in your family tree is important. Perhaps you have inherited a giant genealogy file (GEDCOM) from a relative. What now? Follow along in our series on Inherited Genealogy Files as we talk about how to merge the duplicates in your family tree.
Lisa Louise Cooke has the details at Genealogy Gems.
A video demonstration followed by FAQs to help you build and manage your family tree at Findmypast. Watch it now at Findmypast
WikiTree offers family researchers a free online family tree where researchers can collaborate and build their family tree. There are no archives other than the information members add to their trees. Here’s how it works:
WikiTree is for genealogy collaboration. This happens at two levels.
At the modern level, the collaboration can be private and tightly-controlled. Use WikiTree to collect and organize your personal family history and privately collaborate with family members. If you invite non-genealogist family members they might not move beyond this level.
At a deeper level, we are connecting our personal family histories with a growing worldwide family tree. As we go back in time our collaborations become wider and more public. To keep order, we trust each other to abide by a Wiki Genealogy Honor Code.
It’s possible for all this to happen on one single, shared family tree because every profile has its own Trusted List and privacy setting.
Learn more at WikiTree.
Have you ever wondered why you are asked to type a reason statement every time you change information or add a source to the FamilySearch (FS) Family Tree? Are you a genealogist frustrated with the collaborative aspect of FS Family Tree because others can change your information? If yes, read on. I teach a beginner’s class during…
via How to Improve the FamilySearch Family Tree by Applying the Genealogical Proof Standard — Family Locket
FamilySearch.org provides free access to a huge archive of records as well as the online Family Tree for building your own family history. There are lots of tutorials, guides and help files to show you how to get started in FamilySearch and research in general.