mapping the geographic locations

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I'm wondering if there was a program that automatically plots the geographical location of each of the members of a family tree by birth.  And maybe a shadow map of each member by death.
in Policy and Style by Julie Adgate G2G1 (1.0k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

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Maybe not the answer you're looking for but MyHeritage.com has such an option.  The 'map' has options about what is included (check boxes) ... Birth, Death, Marriage, Residence ...  it's free for under 250 people in your tree, $7 a month for 2500, and  $10 a month  for unlimited.  I'd think that Ancestry.com has something similar ... think their prices are a bit more.
by Bob Jewett G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
+1 vote
I don't know of any free ones, but I know RootsMagic has a program called Family Atlas that does that. It costs $29.95 (a one-time cost, since you're buying software; there's no subscription).

http://rootsmagic.com/Family-Atlas/
by Lianne Lavoie G2G6 Pilot (428k points)

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