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R. (Geleick) G.

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R. G. formerly Geleick
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R.G. was a very active contributor from September 2013 to July 2014. This account is now closed. Whitten-1 13:20, 16 July 2014 (EDT)

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On 3 Feb 2015 at 07:35 GMT ShiraDestinie Jones MPhil wrote:

Thanking Rhian for comment: "Openstreetmap might be something to look at as it is open source, you can grab a screenhot as image and give attribution.

commented Sep 10, 2013" and sorry to lose her.

On 25 Jul 2014 at 01:43 GMT Frederick Lorey wrote:

where do we find the gedcom id it asks for when we are adding our DNA test results?

On 5 Jul 2014 at 03:39 GMT Barbara McGloin wrote:

HI l would like to fellow lnformation that was given about Lily Jackson. Iam trying to find parts of my fathers family. Iam on Wikitree or Lily Jackson father is my father, brother l am a Jackson by birth

On 3 Jul 2014 at 00:44 GMT Amanda Pitts wrote:

Hey Rhian, I think you may have confused Hamilton-7026 (first lord hamilton, 6th laird Cadzow) and Hamilton-1215 (First Arran Hamilton, and 7026's Son). I changed the birthdates back. The Hamilton's are a big mess :)

On 2 Jul 2014 at 10:35 GMT Михаил Николаичев wrote:


my name is Mikhail. I have a question and may be you can help me with that. I'm from Russia and therefor all names of my family are in Cyrillic - so it would be nice to have them here both in Cyrillic and Latin letters.

I decided to ask you because you are working with families in Europe and I guess you faced the issue with entering info about people in not English language.

so is there any specific rules on how to do that? or some general practice?

I thought that I might enter the name in Cyrillic in the field "prefered name" and the last name in Cyrillic in the field "Other last names" or vise verse - put Cyrillic as main name and last name and then add it Latin transliteration in those fields.

thank you!

On 19 Jun 2014 at 11:13 GMT Eric Daly wrote:

Congratulations to you and your cousin for winning Profile of the Week with Dorothy (Burn) Tindale ~ Eric

On 16 Jun 2014 at 13:56 GMT Anne B wrote:

Re: Asher Morgan-6410. Thank you for the suggestions. I think I've fixed them. I hadn't actually meant to include a link to the pension documents, since fold 3 is a pay site. I have now included one, but have also mentioned that documents are available from the National Archives. The link you included in your note seems to be for docs they have online and doesn't include Asher. O dear I meant to clean my carpet two hours ago, so it would dry and got "Wiki-treed" instead.

On 12 Jun 2014 at 15:00 GMT Seán (Sloane) Sloane Johnson wrote:

Rhian, thank you for your message on Sloan-518, I would welcome any help I can get. I am currently working on Sweden country project and it's taking all my time...

On 11 Jun 2014 at 11:12 GMT Faith (Chumchal) Darilek wrote:

Okay. Thank you for your prompt response! Do I understand that I will be searching for Angelika under Tschierschwitz instead of under her husband's last name? Her father is Kurt born and died in Germany (don't know where). Will/Can you help me find his parents? Thank you in advance!

On 7 Jun 2014 at 10:57 GMT Kai Wilhelm wrote:


as you live in germany, may I then write you in german, too? That would make things very easier for me. I have major problems with my own familiy tree, wich is not displayed as mine, just as "neutral" gedcom file. Could you please assist me? :-) Best wishes, Kai

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