PURPOSE OF THIS PAGE:
This page is for PGM Beyond Team Members to communicate about our sub-project. Everyone who is an active member of the Team will be added as profile manager so activity on this page will show up in your activity feed and/or your email feed.
HOW TO PROCEED WITH GROUP COMMUNICATIONS:
- When you have a new topic for the group's consideration:
- Write a short introductory phrase in the comment section toward the bottom of this page. The phrase will arrive via e-mail in the feed of all other members, except yours (the team member who is writing the comment).
- Then fully explain your reason for the communication here - just below the horizontal line.
- retype the same introductory phrase, followed by the details you wish to share, the question you wish to ask, or whatever...
- Beyond Team members, " feel free to respond by writing follow-ups - additional information, a question... on on the topic (be sure to sign your name so we know who is writing.) When communicating here, (in this biography section) it will be seen in each of our Family Activity Feeds. You locate your family activity feed by going to your Navagation Home Page, scroll down and find it there.
- So to reiterate, after you get an e-mail indicating the introduction of a new PGM Beyond topic, come here to our Bulletin Board. To see follow-ups that are written later, check your Family Activity Feed (activity feed) frequently .
Question: Does the project include children born in England who arrived in Massachusetts with their PGM parent and then moved to, say, Long Island?
- I have a list of all those covered by the PGM series from American Ancestors. I started going through it to see who doesn't have profiles or who moved to Long Island. I came across a listing for Nathaniel Woodward. His children were all born in England and came with him in 1633 to Boston. The children do not have PGM templates, but one did move to Long Island, NY. So, would he be part of this project? Is it only for official PGM templated profiles who migrated? I think some children of PGM are also considered PGM. Is that only if they were adult children?
Selvaggio-84 21:42, 18 January 2020 (UTC)
Topic: BASIC SOURCING for "PGM Beyond New England" profiles that are already in existence:
- The sourcing procedure for profiles already in existance is the same as that in the post directly above. However caution needs to be taken - as on all profiles where you're collaborating:
- If you're doing a massive overhaul, communicate carefully and thoroughly with the Profile Manager(s) (PM) about your intentions.
- Make changes only if there are valid sources, or if you've added them.
- Add inline citations with links to your changes so everyone knows the source.
Cheryl Skordahl 11/5/2019
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