The public master copy of my research is maintained at http://www.dorneyfamilyhistory.net/famtree_web/
I live in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
I only manage profiles of people that are either blood relatives or their spouses, so if you see my name on a profile I'm related!
The one exception is a Dorney branch which I am linked to circumstantially. The only living male descendant of this line never replied to a contact attempt, so my chance of ever proving the connection is slim.
Of course some of my blood relatives are manager by other people as well.
I do a lot of edits as part of the Data Doctors project, so I'm not just editing my relatives.
(more or less in order)
(as at 13 March 2018)
Paternal side: Biographies about half done, tree mostly complete.
Maternal side: Only about four biographies to go! Tree essentially complete.
Partner's paternal side: All biographies complete. Tree barely started.
Partner's maternal side: All biographies complete. Tree not entered.
Australian errors/suggestions: 6,482 (excludes DNA project and unique names)
15 degrees error/suggestions: 169
6 degrees one date or place: Done up to person three in my compact tree
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On 17 Mar 2018 at 18:16 GMT Diane Darcy wrote:
Hi Mark, here is another message for you to remove. I'm in the process of sorting out this family !
On 7 Mar 2018 at 18:22 GMT Victoria English wrote:
On 28 Feb 2018 at 18:54 GMT Denise (Beier) Zuniga wrote:
On 24 Feb 2018 at 03:27 GMT Geoff Masters wrote:
Thanks for the tip on the Ephraim CROSS notice for the need to Merge those two profiles. It has been checked out and Merged on the same day, so that is now all okay. Regards Geoff
On 23 Feb 2018 at 12:58 GMT Ian Durling wrote:
On 21 Feb 2018 at 08:58 GMT Diane Darcy wrote:
Good luck with 862 - I did some a while ago and nearly went blind !
On 14 Feb 2018 at 07:17 GMT Diane Darcy wrote:
I've seen yhour name there also. My aim to to get 310 finished this week, only trouble is the problems need quite a bit of research to fix things properly which leads to adding sources to quite a few family members. I want to make sure each profile is fixed properly to save others work later on.
I'm glad you contacted me because as I said above I've seen you name working on the Australian errors too. My aim (don't laugh) if I live long enough ! is the reduce the Australian data erros to almost zero. I wondered if we could co-ordinate each week with you working on one area so that we don't waste time seeing that the other one of us is already doing the work in a certain area. What do you think? The 310: Mother dead before birth was over 300 when I staarted and it was taken me about 3 -4 weeks to reduce it now to 48 this week. I'm continuing on it this week. Then will probably start on 210: Father was dead before birth. I do not intend to do anything with the Find a Grave or WikiData Errors (pain in the neck as far as I'm concerned). Regards, Diane
On 28 Jan 2018 at 02:58 GMT Eileen (Hathaway) Strikwerda wrote:
On 26 Jan 2018 at 07:02 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:
On 26 Jan 2018 at 02:56 GMT Marg Evans wrote: