Download Dave Curtis's WPEDRAW
program that allows you to import data in a very general format and displays large kinship
trees. Very good tool for anthropologists.
Software for drawing standard egocentered genealogical charts runs under Windows 95 and X Windows.
It not only does pedigrees from a single ancestor, but if you go to change
configuration you can mark "show all members" with a Y)es. It might be that you have to change some of other settings as
well. the most important is that you have to set the columns to 1000
if you have large networks
Genealogical Programs and Utilities
FamilyTreeMaker---- Excellent Commercial Genealogy
Personal Ancestry File 4.0 (PAF) -----
LDS Church Genealogy Program - Free Download
webGED--------- GEDCOM to HTML File
Converter for Internet Use [[out of commission]]
GED2WWW --- GEDCOM to HTML File Converter for
GEDPAGE------ GEDCOM to HTML File Converter
for Internet Use
GEDClean ------ "Privatize" GEDCOMS
(removes living individuals)
GEDPrivy ------ "Privatize" GEDCOMS
(removes birthdates on living individuals)
GEDLiving ----- "Privatize" GEDCOMS
(removes data on living individuals - Usage: gedlivng [options] old.ged new.ged
-b place message as birth date
-c YYYY sets cutoff year (default: 1917)
-c YY sets cutoff year to current year - YY
-d deletes living individuals
-l "message" replace "Living individual, details withheld" with message
-m no message. same as -l""
-n keep notes
-r removes unreferenced GEDCOM lines
-y replaces dates with year only. This overrides -b -l & -n )
Res Privata ----- "Privatize" GEDCOMS
(removes birth, death, marriage, adoption or other data on living individuals)
GEDCOM ------ Various Utility Programs
Some other Genealogical Tools and Resources
www.familyhistory.com family history files submitted by Ancestry.com
visitors, the largest collection of it's kind on the internet
and search.ancestry.com FREE SEARCHES
Search our free new databases, list of free databases, our popular
Social Security Death Index (60 million names), the Ancestry World
Tree (9.7 million names), Phone and Address Listings, American
Genealogical-Biographical Index or Juliana's Links. Search for Maps or
P-graph DataSets Available: with academic permissions
Genealogy Data Files from Networks / Pajek Package for Large Network Analysis; Local
Mirror of Genealogy Data Files from Vlado Batagelj's Pajek Package for Large Network Analysis
On-Line Genealogy Index, e.g.:
Download KithKin for P-graphs
This is a commercial program that draws p-graphs from GEDCOM files.
Starting Point for ordinary Genealogical Archives
Message from the authors:
Subject: Scholarly Library and Archives Resources Site: Genealogy and Family
Hi Prof. White,
My name is Tom Tinney, Sr., retired genealogical research specialist.
My wife Chris and I have developed and voluntarily maintain a
non-profit, no ads, Genealogy and Family History web site at:
This is a specific educational, Library and Archives Resources site that
deals directly with UCDavis, Shields Library, the Sacramento Regional
Community and extended UC systemwide Internet connections. Please
review it carefully for consideration as a benefit for university and
college students, faculty and staff, alumni library researchers and
general genealogy and family history library patrons, worldwide.
This comprehensive training site is a learning-by-doing, self-contained
and self-paced teaching instrument, using examples of a real time family
organization to show how and what can be accomplished today in scholarly
research in this area of the auxiliary sciences to History.
The Tinney Surname study, back to 4,000 B.C., is a kinship database and
genealogy from around the world that is pertinent to The Linkages
Project, as recorded by anthropologists.
Tom Tinney, Sr.
Listed in: Who's Who In The West, 1998/1999
Who's Who In Genealogy and Heraldry
Message from the authors of the free search: Subject: Your Surname History!!
We hope we can help you. Our whole site is directed toward the
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We have unique references and after 25 years professional research we
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