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Robert Loov

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Dr. Robert E. Loov
Born 1930s.
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[1]== Biography ==

Lived for first 10 years in a log house shingled with birch bark topped with soil. This was located at the west end of Battle Lake, Alberta, Canada.

B.Sc. with Distinction in Civil Engineering, University of Alberta,1958. M.S. in Civil Engineering , Stanford University ,1959. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge,1973. Structural Engineer, Con-Force Construction, 1959 to 1963. Professor of Civil Engineering at University of Calgary for 36 years until 1999.


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Hi, I noticed you just did a merge of Jacobsson-651 into Jakobsson-434 and you noted that 434 was smaller than 651. Just wanted to make sure you knew that the only time the number needs to be lower for the merge is when the LNAB "before" the number is exactly the same. In this case they were different so whichever LNAB is correct is the direction of the merge. Make sense? Thanks, Teresa
posted by Teresa Downey
Thanks Teresa.

It makes sense. I'm not as sensitive as I should be as to the use of k versus c. I'm glad it worked correctly even if it was for the wrong reason.

Bob

posted by Robert Loov
Thanks Debi

So far so good. My little questions have been answered promptly and well.

I'm not sure what you mean by "tags" so I have more to learn.

Bob

posted by Robert Loov
Hi Robert,

This is a courtesy e-mail to see how things are going. Are you enjoying WikiTree so far? Have the tips in the New Member How-Tos been helpful?

Please do let me know if you have any questions about how WikiTree works, no matter how small. My rule of thumb when I started was to search for an answer for five minutes, then reach out to my Greeters, and then resume searching. I might have found the answer before they got back with me but they sometimes offered a different way of doing the same thing which was easier.

You can reach me by using the reply link for this comment or send a private message from my profile by clicking my name. See you in the branches,

Debi ~ WikiGreeter

P.S. Did you discover that the tags on your profile are clickable links to a page of other people who have that tag? They also control the information which is included in the activity reports which you receive from WikiTree. You can add more, up to 20 total, or delete some if you are receiving irrelevant information.

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Robert

Here on WikiTree it is straightforward to change a relationship. If you first ensure you have the information for the profile you are changing maybe write it down? It is in the address at the top of the page. First remove the relationship which is incorrect. To remove a sibling go to the parents and remove the incorrect child. This link is under the children on the right side of the page. At this point as you want to attach as a spouse to one of the siblings also ensure you have the profile ID for the intended spouse. After removing the incorrect sibling go to the profile of the intended spouse and add as the spouse using the WikiTree ID. Hope this helps You may also find these helpful https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEqK4ICkQWXSKJksGv3vx_XQjAHZzU2Qn

Hilary ~ WikiTree Greeter

posted by Hilary (Buckle) Gadsby
edited by Hilary (Buckle) Gadsby
Thanks Hilary!!

Your instructions worked perfectly. (Why didn't I think of doing it that way?)

Bob

posted by Robert Loov
Thank you for volunteering, Bob!

You are now a member of the WikiTree community. I hope your experience among us is as enjoyable and fruitful as mine has been.

Start with the New Member How-To pages — they are really useful as you add profiles and learn your way around.

When you are ready take a look at projects, there may be a One Name Study for your surnames, or a project covering your research location(s).

Take your time, and let me know if you need any help using the site.

Hilary ~ WikiTree Greeter

P.S. If you get error messages when you click links from WikiTree emails, try the links from your profile page.

posted by Hilary (Buckle) Gadsby
Welcome!

This is just a note to say hi and to let you know that I'm available to answer questions about joining WikiTree.

To contact me, be sure to use the “reply link” for this comment so that I will be notified. You can also click my name to send a private message, or post a comment on my profile page.

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posted by David Selman

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