I have viewed the webinar and think I understand how RM2go works. I have it installed. on a USB, and it does work.I use it on a Sandisk 16gb cruzer. That drive contained a U3 (operating system) and contained several application programs. I happened to erase those U3 system files, In doing research, I found that Sandisk no longer supports U3. That USB drive is also slow.I am interested in taking with me to do genalogy work, beside RM2go, a word processor and spreadsheet program.Has anyone…See More
I have been using ''The Federal Direct Tax of Somerset County, Maryland, Abstracted and edited by Tom Reedy, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 1999. I have several questions to help me understand the culture of 1794.What role did a slave superintendent have in this period?What and how were the following buildings used:Corn StackMilk houseMeat houseSmoke houseCorn houseCan I find descriptions of the following construction methods:pole buildingwood framed windowslog, sawed log, hewed…See More
"My HARRIS ancestor John HARRIS, b 1802 in Somerset County, Maryland. He married Sarah Marshall DAVIS, also born in Somerset County, Maryland.
They were married in Woodford County, Kentucky.Their eldest son was Thomas Wesley Harris, b 1827 in…"
On importing data from Family Tree Maker,the date order did not transfer as expected.Is there a technical resource that could correct a vast amount of records as a to edit as a batch all such records?See More
"Thank you Bill.
I did submit one FGS to 3 state FGS-projects using Legacy to produce it. I never used RM3, and it looks like the RM3 procedure you described is as difficult as using Legacy.
I am going to request this type of report be developed for…"
"I have found a web page which collects Family Group Sheets by state and county.
They have format requirements which are more plain than the FGS report in RM4. Some of their helps suggest I write a GEDCOM, then import into Legacy Family Tree…"
"Surnames I am researching in Maryland:
HARRIS, DAVIS, MARSHALL
County of interest: Somerset County, Maryland
My family's records show John Harris, born 27 October 1802 Somerset County, MD. He married Sarah Marshall Davis, born 4 Oct 1803,…"