I just found the wikitree Library of Sources, list of lists

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II love this page, it is a wonderful collection of sources, many categories. If your stuck in your search, I recommend checking  it out, you'll be glad you did! ^_^.

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:List_of_Lists

in The Tree House by Corinne Kuhlmann G2G6 Mach 1 (10.3k points)
Well this certainly opens things up in a big way.  I bet I've read about it here before, but it just didn't click until now.  Now I just need to see what there might be I can use in my research.  Also what it takes to connect the books and records I've been using.  I can see a bunch of questions in my future.

Added:  I don't see either Rick Pierpont or Chris Whitten having chimed in here yet.  There was considerable discussion back in early March on using sources which basically rely on Transclusion.  I don't see that it's been finally settled yet.  So while it's great having the resources, those wanting to use the material may want to hold off until a final decision is made.
You said it that's the word I was trying to figure out. I think I browsed through that same discussion but I was unable to re-find it again. Transclusion, I want to learn all about transclusion!

I would love it if Rick Pierpont and Chris Whitten could give us a link to that g2g discussionn. Wikitree users really should discover what this library of sources, lists of lists can do I just need to figure out how exactly to do this since I am struggling with how to set up and format my profiles correctly...

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Please see this link to see the full potential of this library and the reason why it is the way it is, all the soursces come from our source boxes and never need to be updated manually. Instead, this list of sources is being continuously updated by a program so it is always up to date.

http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/225215/do-we-need-a-wikitree-library

by Corinne Kuhlmann G2G6 Mach 1 (10.3k points)
selected by Corinne Kuhlmann
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Thanks, I've just had a quick browse. I note that there seems to be a bit of confusion in the English listings by county. Durham wasn't the only County Palatine. Lancaster and Cheshire were as well.

But just a small point. The page itself is excellent.
by anonymous G2G6 Pilot (257k points)
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Added to Kitty's Library page 02:15 6 June 2016.

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Kitty%27s_Library  

Great find Corinne, Now they are all more awesome.  More goodies:

 http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Source :)

by Anonymous Vickery G2G6 Pilot (240k points)
edited by Anonymous Vickery
THANK YOU!

I've been looking at Kitty's library for a number of resources when I get stuck and definitely appreciate when someone updates this. Thanks!!

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