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by gwilym'smum
19 Aug 2019 16:32
Forum: Web Site Usage
Topic: FHUG on the move
Replies: 44
Views: 1104

Re: FHUG on the move

Helen,
Been a good wife and been doing housework all day. Have just come back to FHUG and it now has a secure lock. Thank you for all your help
Best wishes
Ann
by gwilym'smum
19 Aug 2019 08:39
Forum: Web Site Usage
Topic: FHUG on the move
Replies: 44
Views: 1104

Re: FHUG on the move

I do not see it on any other web page.

I had not noticed before but have been away for a couple of days and not been really paying a lot of attention just having a quite read of all the posts. It was this morning when I looked and noticed the Not secure part.
Sorry to be a menace.
by gwilym'smum
19 Aug 2019 07:59
Forum: Web Site Usage
Topic: FHUG on the move
Replies: 44
Views: 1104

Re: FHUG on the move

http://www.fhug.org.uk/forum/posting.php?mode=reply&f=48&t=17026&sid=aef104704a7163d60b0feef79c1fc32b#review This is the URL but not showing the Not secure part at the beginning. Sorry if I have made a mess of the messages but it would not do what I wanted and I am rubbish at doing this sort of thin...
by gwilym'smum
19 Aug 2019 06:54
Forum: Web Site Usage
Topic: FHUG on the move
Replies: 44
Views: 1104

Re: FHUG on the move

Helen
Thank you for getting back. I think I might have solved the having to log in problem as I have re saved the new forum to my favorite's bar and having tried it a couple of times it appears to be ok but the "Not secure" has not gone away. I will contact Jane when she gets back.
Thank you Ann
by gwilym'smum
19 Aug 2019 06:43
Forum: Web Site Usage
Topic: FHUG on the move
Replies: 44
Views: 1104

Re: FHUG on the move

I was recently persuaded to swap to Chrome as DNA Painter and FMP Living DNA required Chrome and a couple of other reasons. This happened just before the recent changes to FHUG. However over the last few days every time I try to access the site I have to log in despite ticking remember me. Also just...
by gwilym'smum
11 Aug 2019 07:04
Forum: General
Topic: Who Do You Think You Are - Whitehalls
Replies: 11
Views: 426

Re: Who Do You Think You Are - Whitehalls

Mike
We will have to make a new programme "No assumptions Made" :D
by gwilym'smum
10 Aug 2019 16:15
Forum: General
Topic: Who Do You Think You Are - Whitehalls
Replies: 11
Views: 426

Re: Who Do You Think You Are - Whitehalls

Mike
That was a good spot.
Like you say it is all about a good story but it then makes it a story and reality becomes hidden. I have started to like A House Through Time much better.
by gwilym'smum
10 Aug 2019 08:21
Forum: General
Topic: Who Do You Think You Are - Whitehalls
Replies: 11
Views: 426

Re: Who Do You Think You Are - Whitehalls

That is really interesting, not being from "down south" I hadn't thought of that.

What I did notice was that when a relative supposedly presents a certificate, which was presumably in their possession, it had been purchased around the time the programme was made.
Ann
by gwilym'smum
23 Jul 2019 06:56
Forum: Research
Topic: Wills
Replies: 1
Views: 146

Wills

I have just found that wills as the government department have been reduced to £1.50.
Ann
by gwilym'smum
04 Jul 2019 06:49
Forum: General Usage
Topic: Unlink from one parent
Replies: 5
Views: 301

Re: Unlink from one parent

Hi Mike Thank you for the reply. Now you put it like that it is logical to make the extra steps. (Just me being in a rush!) At the time I just thought that why didn't I have the option just to unlink from father but of course the child needs to be linked to another family even if there isn't a fathe...
by gwilym'smum
03 Jul 2019 15:42
Forum: General Usage
Topic: Unlink from one parent
Replies: 5
Views: 301

Unlink from one parent

Hi Probably a very basic question but could not see an easier method. I have just found out that 2 of the children of my great aunt were born several years after her husband died. I therefore needed to unlink them from her husband. I clicked "unlink from" but it only gave me the option to unlink fro...
by gwilym'smum
24 Jun 2019 16:55
Forum: General
Topic: 1939 Register
Replies: 13
Views: 764

Re: 1939 Register

David, that was what was my problem, you get one from FMP and a different one from Ancestry. I totally agree with you about how the locations are recorded. Stoke on Trent is a nightmare as only Stoke is used and not the individual towns and there are lots of streets bearing the same name in each of ...
by gwilym'smum
24 Jun 2019 07:47
Forum: General
Topic: 1939 Register
Replies: 13
Views: 764

1939 Register

When the 1939 Register was only on FMP the transcriptions gave a ref. RG101 etc, However when it appeared on Ancestry the ref was totally different and not with the usual RG101 then a string of numbers and letters. I do find the images on Ancestry clearer and sometimes they cannot be found on FMP. H...
by gwilym'smum
26 May 2019 16:02
Forum: Research
Topic: The Theory of Eight
Replies: 22
Views: 1092

Re: The Theory of Eight

Hi David Newton
Yes thank you I have looked at it. Not been working on that line lately so will look again when return to it. I did have a DNA match who had Wildgoose but he said he had got to a Viking and when I asked him if he had looked at it I never heard from him again!
:roll:
Ann
by gwilym'smum
26 May 2019 06:57
Forum: Research
Topic: The Theory of Eight
Replies: 22
Views: 1092

Re: The Theory of Eight

Hi My 8 are: Mayer, Shepherd, Yale, Woodvine, Parr, Pickering/ill, Parr, (different from previous one), Garner. My 16 : Mayer, Wright, Shepherd, Stevenson, Yale, Skelton, Woodvine, Powell, Parr, Caton, Pickering/ill, Maddock, Parr (to my shame could not remember Lovatt ,sorry Hannah), Garner, Bennet...
by gwilym'smum
15 May 2019 16:50
Forum: General
Topic: Living "over the brush!"
Replies: 4
Views: 415

Re: Living "over the brush!"

Thank you very much for the replies. As far as I know they never used Ford at any other time and in fact the eldest daughter who was living next door as a lodger with my great grandmother still retained her Hunt surname and another of the daughters who was called Ford on this 1881 census married wit...
by gwilym'smum
15 May 2019 11:51
Forum: General
Topic: Living "over the brush!"
Replies: 4
Views: 415

Living "over the brush!"

Hi, I would appreciated any thoughts on the following situation. My 2x gt aunt, Ann Yale, had an illegitimate child. I have given her an unknown spouse with status, "never married". She then married George and had 5 children. I have made George spouse no. 2 in the usual way. George died in 1874 in S...
by gwilym'smum
25 Mar 2019 18:49
Forum: Ancestral Sources
Topic: Sources not showing
Replies: 10
Views: 718

Re: Sources not showing

MANY many apologies I have just realized what I have done. It was years ago when I entered the census data for this family, probably in the time of Gedcom Census. I have my code x which put census sources at the end so I don't have to scroll through loads, then 9 for 1891 then … I always used to put...
by gwilym'smum
25 Mar 2019 16:35
Forum: Ancestral Sources
Topic: Sources not showing
Replies: 10
Views: 718

Re: Sources not showing

Hope this will work! FH Garner.png That was my Property box with source but I tried to show the AS window with choose source pane and an AS shot when tried to add from scratch but the files were too big. Sorry tried lots of ways to show the AS screens but all too big. It is probably that I have done...
by gwilym'smum
25 Mar 2019 11:16
Forum: Ancestral Sources
Topic: Sources not showing
Replies: 10
Views: 718

Re: Sources not showing

Hi I've been adding images to existing sources for ages and it was worked fine. In many cases I have added the census information to the family but just have not added the images. If I try to add the census from scratch in AS it says a fact for that person already exists, so all I need to do is add ...
by gwilym'smum
25 Mar 2019 09:23
Forum: Ancestral Sources
Topic: Sources not showing
Replies: 10
Views: 718

Sources not showing

This morning I have been trying to add census images to census facts which already appear in the FH property box. Most were fine but some I discovered that I did not have the images, I therefore downloaded them. The census facts appeared in the individuals facts in the property box but when I clicke...
by gwilym'smum
04 Mar 2019 07:32
Forum: Research
Topic: ThruLines on Ancestry
Replies: 4
Views: 641

Re: ThruLines on Ancestry

Helen, as you say even basic research can give you the same results. I think the main thing is that if you don't understand what Ancestry is doing you could think that this is the easy way to "proved" results and will lead to even more trees with errors. I didn't follow at first I was taken in and i...
by gwilym'smum
03 Mar 2019 16:50
Forum: Research
Topic: ThruLines on Ancestry
Replies: 4
Views: 641

ThruLines on Ancestry

Ancestry have got a new feature on their DNA pages. On the page where it says view all your matches on the right is a box which leads you to ThruLines. It uses DNA results and member trees to lead you to your actual ancestor match. Yes, sounds good but there are caveats. The ancestors appear in date...
by gwilym'smum
12 Feb 2019 19:50
Forum: Research
Topic: Sadler Disputed descent
Replies: 5
Views: 822

Re: Sadler Disputed descent

Dear Evelyn
Your link worked fine. I had a look but I couldn't see a possible link. I must admit though that I have not researched the Sadlers very fully. I concentrated on those connected to my Parr line.
Thank you
Ann
by gwilym'smum
11 Feb 2019 17:23
Forum: Research
Topic: Sadler Disputed descent
Replies: 5
Views: 822

Re: Sadler Disputed descent

Hello, Nothing to do with your dispute but I have a William Sadler (1846) Hanley whose father was Edward, born in Shropshire. William married my 2x great aunt Mary Ann Parr and they lived in Tunstall in the Potteries. Edward was a cabinet maker and William worked in the Pottery industry. They went t...