Hi Ima trying to frind birth records for the last of my family tree and i could really us some help these are the names and dates of the records i need still any help would be appreciated 1) Marie Madeleine LeBlanc Born 15 July 1652 In Quebec city 2) Euphrosine Madeleine Nicolet not sure of birth date
I'm new here and have a question to preium. first I would like to say sorry for my bad english.
I would like to print a all in one diagramm - for this I need to have Premium. But I don't know is that only for one year that i have this feature or only for one year. Can you help me? Or is the limit only for the online-features?
Sind die Premium Möglichkeiten des Programms unbegrenz, auch wenn ich nur ein Premium für ein Jahr kaufe oder hört das dann auf. Ich bin mir nicht sicher, ob sich das nur auf die online-Features bezieht.
Does any one have any info on samuel thomas parkinson, he married convict bridget cahill in westbury tasmania 1856. Some of their children mary ann, catherine, phillip, and maybe a david? Mary ann married samuel saul suckling in 1874 and she is my ggg grandmother. Hope some one out there can help or offer advice! Thank you rox.
hi i'm looking for information about my mothers family history. I have hit a snag along the way. Surnames of Todd and Duvos. My mother told me she was told one of these sides immigrated over illegally (like they weren't supposed to be on the boat) and possibly used a false name or changed thier names. How do I go about researching something like this?
We have myheritage on our home PC as well as on our little lap top (10"). We do most of the work at home, but take the laptop when travelling/researching.
Can someone please tell us the easiest way to update our files between the two computers. We dont want to have to type in the new info on both, neither do we want to delete a tree and reload a new one. Do we need to save / back up / export gedcom?
Due to the fact that your family tree file is saved locally on one computer, it does mean you will have to transfer that file to the other computer every time you want to work on the tree.
There isn't a way to work on a tree simultaneously on two computers and then synchronize the information between the two of them. (it's possible to merge two gedcom files, but duplicate individuals will not be recognized so you'll end up with a mess if you try to merge two copies of the same tree)
There is, however, an easy way to transfer the family tree file together with the photos so that you can transfer it without hassle to different computers.
In Family Tree Builder go to the File > Back up project menu. Use this feature to create a backup of your tree.
Copy this file to a pen drive or other removable media device and transfer to the second computer.
Open Family Tree Builder on the second computer and go to the File > Restore project menu. Use this feature to restore the project and continue working.
When you want to transfer the tree back to your first computer repeat the process Back up > transfer to new computer > Restore.
Actually that's not strictly true. If you set your saved location as an external drive (in my case I'm using a removable pen drive), you *are* able to work from the same drive on multiple computers. This is how I'm moving from my desktop computer to a laptop and back again with no problems.
You can get flash drives very cheaply these days, you can get a 1GB stick for about £4 now.