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John Martin John Martin from York, England wrote on May 19, 2019 at 5:46 AM:
Brilliant website, full of fascinating information. Wish I had the technology skills to do similar! My situation is very similar to yours in seeking to identify family members generally through conventional research and DNA. That applies particularly to my missing father and paternal side generally! Ancestry DNA picked up that we might be related through that side through a common ancestor born in the UK and who relocated to the USA in the 1800s. However, proving the link is not easy and a thought has just occurred to me - I wonder if the DNA link between us could be through your (and my) missing paternal side - as Ancestry can only make suggestions of possible links based on the people already populating each tree? Not sure where that leaves everything, or how likely it is? perhaps you have some thoughts? Best wishes John
Dennis W Traynor III Dennis W Traynor III from Fairfax, VA wrote on May 1, 2019 at 3:16 PM:
Interesting site. I enjoyed finding the picture of my great-great grandfather, immigrant Patrick Trainer with Dulcina. My line is through his son, Frank, to Dennis (later to become Sr), DWT jr., and then to me.
Gary D. Stratton Gary D. Stratton from Dansville, NY wrote on April 8, 2019 at 8:15 PM:
Looks great Pat. 73 Gary KC2YTD
Admin Reply by: PapaTango
Thanks Gary, this is a work in progress that will last until I am no longer able to do the research... All of the family information is being edited and added to--and there are about 20 pages of articles currently being written that paint a profile of family members. It's really easy to get hooked on family history!
Feral Rabbit Feral Rabbit wrote on February 27, 2019 at 12:27 PM:
I really like the front pages of the site, but I hope you add something like a FAQ to help out with the genealogy pages. Keep up the good work!
Kevin Labore Kevin Labore from Winston-Salem, North Carolina , USA wrote on February 11, 2019 at 6:49 PM:
My Website is under construction. I previously ran 11.x TNG install, now I am rebuilding a new site using 12.0.3 with WP/Avada integration. I really like you simple elegant layout/format. Looking forward to hearing more about your "journey"
Admin Reply:
Thanks for the compliments, Kevin! I did not see your entry until just now--as much is busy happening in the background and notifications were not turned on. As you have found out, a WP/TNG bundle is not an 'out of the box' happy place. Dr. K makes it sound like one loads the programs, writes a bit of content, and imports their GEDCOM and all is good! Keep checking back, as I have added and cleaned up a lot of things--including a forum with a board for WP/TNG discussion. I will keep an eye on your development process too!
Linda Martin Linda Martin from Kansas City, KS wrote on January 31, 2019 at 3:29 PM:
Patrick, great job on the site! I have some information on great aunt Hanna (Graham) Thrush, the wife of Frank Thrush, that you might be interested in. I will send it along by regular mail. Thanks for all you are doing for the family history. 😄 Linda
Admin Reply:
Thanks, Linda, and I look forward to receiving the materials. Photos would be nice, as everything 'known' was lost decades ago.
Pete Reynard Pete Reynard from California wrote on January 26, 2019 at 6:08 PM:
Just did a review of the work on the website so far. It is looking good, although the data still needs a bit of massaging. Keep up the good work and I look forward to checking back in a few weeks.