[APG Public List] Citations from Ancestry for the Texas
Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002
bethg at integrity.com
Mon Oct 19 20:11:33 MDT 2009
Craig, I have been a member of WeRelate since 2007 and am one of the
many volunteer administrators. Glad to have you and would love to have
increased participation by experts in the genealogical field. WeRelate
is still in beta and still evolving. Some of the earlier gedcoms
uploaded were basically copies of trees from various locales without
sources and some without dates. The gedcom upload process was made more
difficult to encourage new users who were interested to become active
users. One page for each person and one page for the family is the
basic concept on WeRelate. Unlike Ancestry or Rootsweb; where one finds
multiple pages for the same individual there is only one on WeRelate.
We did consolidate some sources such as the SSDI and the source page
identifies the available locations.
However, WeRelate is not a replacement for your genie program. You still
need to maintain your genie program. Probably sometimes in 2011;
WeRelate may have an interactive genie program.
Warmest regards, Beth G, Auburn AL
Craig Kilby wrote:
> I'd suggest looking at
> as an alternative to ancestry. It is a wiki site, and it is a bit
> more demanding yet intelligent on sources, place names, uploaded
> genealogies. It's many site adminstrators will merge common places
> (jurisdictions) into one master source. There is a LOT more to it, but
> I just throw that out as one of its features.
> Caveat: as a wiki site, anyone can chime in and change it. And it is
> not for everybody. Check your ego in at the door. You'll be surprised
> at how much more better you could have written something (as in that
> last sentence.) You can, however, submit articles that can NOT be
> Still, I find a big step above and beyond what ancestry.com offers. I
> have not played with it too much except to write a few articles on the
> Northern Neck (and yes, how dare they? others have edited my work!)
> Still, you can see who wrote what when and who changed what and when.
> So far, I am impressed.
> BUT...I have not used it for genealogy trees. I'd like to hear others'
> Craig K
> On Oct 19, 2009, at 8:33 PM, Beth Gay wrote:
>> Ancestry has combined several databases into one which makes it
>> difficult to create a proper citation in my genie program. <snip>
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