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Frequently asked questions

What is this website about?
Do I need to Register to use this website?
What about Privacy?
How do I contact you?
About Cookies

What is this website about?

This website lists details the details (gathered so far!) from several inter-related family trees by a small group of distantly-related geneaolgists, researching their own extended families.

Please note that we are not professional researchers and, alas, do not have the time to undertake research on your behalf. We have no connection to any of the churches & institutions mentioned on the web pages and - as a general rule - cannot offer any information about their connections to people not already mentioned here.

The site is divided into six sections but, since the family trees are interlinked, a few people are listed in more than one part of the site; but the 'search' facility (the magnifying glass icon on the menu bar will let you search any combination of sections at once, by ticking the appropriate boxes.


Do I need to Register to use this website?

Basically no.  Casual visitors can see almost all there is to see (and everything most guests will need to see) without going through the Registration process.  The only things that are hidden from guests are:

So Registration is only really an advantage to you if you are 'family'.  That is, if you are a blood relative of one of the people already listed on the website.  In fact, to protect the privacy of those who are still alive, Registration will only be approved for those who can prove that they are indeed 'family'.

If you're not sure if you are 'family', you can always get in-touch with us using the link at the bottom of each page (the one that says 'For help with genealogy questions contact Fred Blogs').  That will let you send an email message to the lead-researcher for that part of the website.

 


What about Privacy?

We take protecting the privacy of those still alive very seriously.  In the context of this website, there are two sorts of privacy issues:

  1. Details about people still living.
  2. Contact details of Registered site users.

Details About Living People

In general there is very little information (beyond names and a few dates) about most people who are (or might be) still alive.  However a few (a very few) people have added some medical history, with a view to enabling people to know about possible inherited disorders.  A few people have also submitted general information such as occupations, etc..  For reason, the website is set-up such that....

Despite that, if you want to know what information is listed about you, then ask and we will tell you.  In the (unlikely) event that you are not happy with any information that there is about you; then just tell us (use the link at the bottom of the page) and we'll remove that right away.

Contact Details of Registered Site Users

As part of the registration process, the website does ask you for your email address; which is part of the process for ensuring that you are who you say you are.  Your email address is stored in the database, but can only be seen by the website Administrator. Please note:


How do I contact you?

There is a link at the bottom of each web page which will enable you to send an email to us.  We'll endeavour to reply to you as soon as we can; but please be patient as we all lead busy lives too!

Please Note that many of the web pages show two contact links: one for technical questions, and one for genealogy-related questions. That second link will put you in-touch with the lead-researcher for that particular part of the website.


About Cookies

Cookies and how they Benefit You

Like almost all websites, this website uses cookies to help us to provide you with the best experience we can. However we can reassure you that we do not use cookies to collect any personally identifiable information about you, nor to pass data to advertising networks (or anyone else for that matter). Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile phone when you browse websites, and help this website to:

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