LEGACY NEWS FEBRUARY 25, 2005

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NEWS AND VIEWS

  • New Legacy User Group Formed in Melbourne, Australia
  • Seminars and Shows in March
  • Cruise the Caribbean and Have Fun Learning Legacy from the Experts

FROM THE LEGACY ONLINE STORE

  • Free! Legacy Lightning Mouse Pad
  • Genealogy Calendar - Mouse Pad Combo
  • Genealogy Daily Calendar
  • Genealogy Training Videotape Blowout Sale

TESTERS NEEDED FOR GERMAN VERSION OF LEGACY

TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS

  • Change Box Color on Reports
  • Last Report Button

SHARE YOUR EXPERT TIP

OUR FAVORITE WEB SITES

  • Beginning Your Irish Research on the Right Foot

EARN EASY MONEY WITH THE LEGACY AFFILIATE PROGRAM

CALENDAR

  • Take a Look at Our Busy International Calendar for March 2005....

GENEALOGY HUMOR

  • An Irish Toast...

DID YOU MISS A PAST ISSUE OF LEGACY NEWS?

CONTACT INFORMATION


NEWS AND VIEWS

  • New Legacy User Group Formed in Melbourne, Australia

We welcome the new Legacy User Group formed in Melbourne, Australia. This follows a successful training program held in 2004 when 70 persons registered and completed a 12 months course on Legacy Family Tree V5 Deluxe Edition. The first meeting will be held on Wednesday 23 March, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm.  All subsequent meetings will then be held on the 3rd Wednesday of the following months. The group meetings will be held in the Meeting Room at the Genealogical Society of Victoria 257 Collins Street, Melbourne, level B1. (See our Calendar for more details.)

How can I form a Legacy Users Group in my area?

First, check to see if someone is advertising an interest in a new group by visiting http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/UsersGroups.asp#Forming. If you don't see your area listed, you can start by signing up for the Legacy User Group and announcing your interest in forming a group. It just takes one enthusiastic person to get the ball rolling!

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  • Seminars and Shows in March

Don't miss these Legacy seminars and shows in Arizona, California, Utah, Washington and Ontario in the month of March!

  • 11-12 March - Genealogy and Family Heritage Jamboree in St. George, Utah. In addition to a Legacy vendor table, Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen will teach Timelines and Chronologies (Friday, 6:30 - 7:30 pm) and Mapping Your Ancestors (Saturday, 9:00 - 10:00 am).  For Jamboree details and registration please visit http://www.cgslink.com/jamboree/.
  • 12 March - Roots Fair at the Cross Roads Mall in Bellevue, WA. Sponsored by the Eastside Genealogical Society. Millennia's Jim Terry will be present with Legacy Family Tree.
  • 14 March - Sun City, AZ. West Valley Genealogical Society meeting with feature Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen. He will be speaking on an Introduction to Legacy Family Tree. For more information, visit http://www.rootsweb.com/~azwvgs/WVMain.htm
  • 16 March - Legacy Family Tree Workshop at Global Genealogy in Campbellville, Ontario. Workshop leader is Rick Roberts and the fee is Cdn $30.00.  For more details, please see the agenda at http://globalgenealogy.com/workshops/index.htm.
  • 25 - 26 March - Brigham Young University's Annual Computerized Genealogy Conference. Held at the BYU Conference Center in Provo, Utah. Visit http://ce.byu.edu/cw/cwcompu/ for more information. Please stop by and visit the Legacy booth in the Harmon Building. Web site: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/cwcompu/
  • 26 March - Whittier Area Genealogical Society's Annual Seminar in Whittier, CA. The speaker will be Dr. Gary Shumway. Millennia will be represented in the vendor hall. Registration and additional information can be found at: http://www.cagenweb.com/kr/wags/seminar.html.

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  • Cruise the Caribbean and Have Fun Learning Legacy from the Experts

Sail away on a seven-day Eastern Caribbean cruise aboard Carnival’s stately Victory ship, which leaves Miami, Florida on Sunday, 16 October 2005. In addition to cruising through the Caribbean Sea’s, you will have the opportunity to visit the ports of San Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, NA and St. Thomas, USVI.  Each port has many exciting shore excursions.  

Classes will also teach you many of the powerful features of Legacy that will really help you advance your genealogical research. You will learn a lot and have a great time doing it.

Prices begin at US $517.00 per person, double occupancy port charges, taxes and Legacy classes included in this price for inside cabin.

• Inside cabin at the rate of US $517.00 per person.
• Ocean view cabin at the rate of $667.00 per person.
• Balcony cabin at the rate of $797.00 per person.

Port charges, taxes and Legacy classes included in all prices.  When the above cabins have sold the rate will be a lot higher if any are available, so take advantage of these low rates while they last!  Last year we sold out of all 100 booked cabins very quickly.  The rates are for the cruise only.  Air and ground transportation to and from the cruise are additional.  Optional pre-cruise or post-cruise hotel packages are available.

Our September 2004 cruise completely sold out.  We have already sold more then 1/3 of this years 100 cabins so please make your reservation now in order to be one of the lucky ones to come with us in October of 2005.  We have negotiated these prices for the first 100 cabins and the rates are guaranteed so don't delay reserving your space.  This price is guaranteed only until we run out of reserved cabins.  Don't miss out on this great opportunity. 

You may elect to pay the entire amount now or hold your cabin and lock in the price by paying only a $50.00 deposit.

You can download the cruise application form at this link. http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/cruiseorderform.asp  (after printing the form just click your browser's back button to return to this page).

In order to book your cruise we need for you to print this authorization form (click here for order form) and simply fill it out and fax it to Travelworks International Attn: Christy at 1-888-505-6997.

Once you have faxed in your form we will send you out your cruise confirmation. Boarding passes will be shipped directly to your home prior to sailing. If you have any more questions feel free to contact our office.


FROM THE ONLINE STORE

  • Free! Legacy Lightning Mouse Pad

    Get a FREE mouse pad when you spend $50 or more in the Legacy Online Store!

    Our 'pedigree lightning' artwork has been so popular, that we thought we'd put it on a mouse pad!  This mouse pad is a must for every serious Legacy user. The colorful neoprene pad with cloth cover is just the right compliment for your genealogy desk.  Regularly US $6.95.

    • Dimensions: 9.5" x 8"

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  • Genealogy Calendar - Mouse Pad Combo US 16.95

    The Perfect Desk Companions

Buy the Genealogy Daily Calendar (see below) and Legacy mouse pad together and save $2.95!

To order please visit:
www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/Redirect/Store-SoftwareEtc.asp

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  • Genealogy Daily Calendar US 12.95

    The perfect gift for the genealogist who has everything! This perpetual, daily calendar helps you learn something new each day of the year. It's sure to be enjoyed by every genealogy enthusiast OR beginner! Experienced genealogists can learn new tips. New genealogists can learn old tips. A great idea for society fund-raisers. Authored by Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen. Examples:

    • Census Tips: April 7 - the 1880 U.S. federal census was the first to list the relationship of each person to the head of the household.
    • Terms: April1 - Codicil. An addition to a will by which the will is altered, explained or added to, but is not wholly revoked.
    • State Trivia: Jan 9 - Connecticut (CT) 1788, 5th state. First telephone book ever issued contained only 50 names, published in New Haven in 1878. Home to the first hamburger 1895. First automobile law was passed, speed limit was 12 miles per hour.
    • Technology Tips: Lost a living relative? Try the reverse address searches at www.whitepages.com. Enter the last known address and the current resident will be presented. Perhaps the know where your relative moved.
    • Map Tips: April 10 - If you cannot find the record in the locality where you think it should be, perform a radius search -- search in the surrounding communities. Both AniMap and Legacy Family Tree will provide a list of locations within a given mile radius.
    • Brick Wall Solutions
    • Crosswords
    • Document Recognition
    • Software Tips
    • Suggested Reading

    Calendar dimensions are 5x4x2 inches -- just the right size for your for your desk top.  To order please visit:
    www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/Redirect/Store-SoftwareEtc.asp

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  • Genealogy Training Videotape Blowout Sale

    Save $4.00 on each of these great genealogy training videotapes while the supply lasts!
     
    Find Out More
    • FamilySearch Video Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

    Stephen W. Lemmon teaches you how to use the power of the FamilySearch Internet Genealogy web site.  Click Here to order.

 

Find Out More• Barbara Renick's Guide to Genealogy Information On-line Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

Barbara Renick discusses types of databases on the Internet that can be used for genealogy research.  Click Here to order.

 

Find Out More• On-line Reference Tools For Genealogy With Barbara Renick Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

In this video Barbara Renick will explain the types of reference tools available to genealogists on the Internet.  Click Here to order.

 

Find Out More
• Publishing Your Family History on Line Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

In this amazing video Richard S. Wilson teaches you how to publish your own family history on the Internet.  Click Here to order.

 

Find Out More• Reading Early American Handwriting Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

In this video, Kip Sperry teaces the viewer how to read and understand the handwriting of Early American documents.  Click Here to order.

 

• Cryptic Clues in the Bone Yard Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

In this video, professional genealogist Sharon DeBartolo Carmack teaches you common cemetary trivia and tombstone composition, as well as tips for searching cemeteries and tombstones.  Click Here to order.

 

Find Out More• Harnessing the Power of Your PC Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

Rhonda McClure teaches the viewer the tools used in online genealogy.  Click Here to order.

 

Find Out More• Windows for Genealogists Was $14.95 - Now $10.95!

Rhonda McClure teaches the viewer basic Windows understanding.  Click Here to order.

 

• Finding Your Family History in the Attic Was $19.95 - Now $14.95!

Learn from Tony Burroughs how to 'Get Started' finding your family history in the closest place possible -- your own home!  Click Here to order


TESTERS NEEDED FOR GERMAN VERSION OF LEGACY

We are working on several international versions of Legacy and testers who speak German are needed at this time.  Our translation teams have made great progress on the international versions. We have started public testing for a few of them.  Just click the links below to join the testing:

  1. Afrikaans
  2. Dansk (Danish) - Click here to help test.
  3. Deutsch (German) - Click here to help test.
  4. Eesti (Estonian)
  5. Español (Spanish) - Click here to help test.
  6. Français (French) - Click here to help test.
  7. Italiano (Italian)
  8. Nederlands (Dutch) - Click here to help test.
  9. Norsk - Bokmål (Norwegian) - Click here to help test.
  10. Norsk - Nynorsk (Norwegian) - Click here to help test.
  11. Portuguκs (Brasil)
  12. Suomi (Finnish)
  13. Svenska (Swedish) - Click here to help test.

If you are interested in joining one of the translation teams who have not started public testing yet send a message to Ken McGinnis


TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS

  • Change Box Color on Reports

    Did you know that you can change box colors on Ancestor, Descendant and Pedigree Charts created in Legacy? Just click the Reports button on the Tool Bar and select the chart you want. Next click the Report Options button and then select the Format tab. In the Format screen you can specify a background shadow, corner style and color for the boxes. You must first check the option Put Boxes Around Individuals to make color selection available.

    This feature really makes charts more attractive when printed on a color printer. In addition, when you print Pedigree Charts for each of your grandparents, you can customize the colors to match Mary E. V. Hill's system. Click here to see a sample report.

    Changing boxes color on reports is a feature found in the Legacy 5.0 Deluxe Edition, and not the Standard Edition. To order or upgrade to the Legacy 5.0 Deluxe Edition please visit: www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/Redirect/Store-Legacy.asp

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  • Last Report Button

    Did you know that you can instantly jump to the last report you generated in Legacy? Simply click on the small button with the R and blue down arrow just to the left of the Reports button on the Tool Bar.

    The Last Report button is a feature found in the Legacy 5.0 Deluxe Edition, and not the Standard Edition. To order or upgrade to the Legacy 5.0 Deluxe Edition please visit: www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/Redirect/Store-Legacy.asp


SHARE YOUR EXPERT TIP

Do you have an expert tip to share? Send your ideas to Jim@LegacyFamilyTree.com. We'd love to include it in our newsletter and on our Web site. We are looking for short, simple things everyone can do to improve they way they use Legacy, but may not have thought about.


OUR FAVORITE WEB SITES

  • Beginning Your Irish Research on the Right Foot

Mention Irish research and many genealogists groan. That's because on 13 April, 1922, a disastrous fire in the Four Courts building (the Public Record Office) in Dublin, Ireland, destroyed virtually all pre-1901 Irish census records, wills, and Church of Ireland parish registers. The result is that Irish genealogical research is more difficult than research in the rest of the British Isles -- More difficult, but not entirely impossible in many instances.

Because the loss of many Irish records, it is highly important that you start your Irish genealogical research in the country of immigration (for example, the United States, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand). Make a comprehensive search of available records in the country of immigration. Search out family traditions; birth, marriage and death records; obituaries; cemetery records; wills; Bibles; census records; plus immigration and naturalization records. Look for the full names of your immigrant ancestors; their dates of birth and/or marriage in Ireland; their place of residence in Ireland; their religion, occupation; dates of emigration, etc. This preliminary research will greatly increase the probability of actually locating Irish records. To have the best chance of success, it is necessary to know at least four things:

· The name of the family
· The parish or townland in which they lived
· The approximate date
· Religious affiliation

A few records were saved from the conflagration and many records can be located at local levels. Reconstructing lost records has been the quest of both historians and genealogists, who have compiled substitute records, plus made available various indices, abstracts, and transcriptions of records that were created before the fire. Despite these gallant efforts, serious gaps in Irish records remain.

In addition, the highly important registers of births, deaths and marriages, which are indexed by quarters, were not housed in the Four Courts building and so did not burn. Most of these vital records date from 1864. Records for births, deaths and Catholic marriages commenced in 1864. Records for non-Catholic marriages date from 1845. The quarterly indices are available on microfilm through the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Once a record has been located in an index, it can be ordered from either the General Register Office of Ireland (Dublin) or the General Register Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast).

In addition, there is information available on the Internet. As with other research, you should know the surname, place or residence and approximate date so that you can effectively focus your search on pertinent Web sites.

Here are a few Irish genealogy Internet links to get you started:

· Cyndi's List - Ireland and Northern Ireland. Find useful links to 'How To' articles, county Heritage Centres, maps, gazetteers, censuses, cemeteries and more: http://www.cyndislist.com/ireland.htm

· FamilySearch - Family History Library Catalog. Search the catalog by a specific place in Ireland to learn what records are available in Salt Lake City or that can be ordered through local Family History Centers. Search by surname to find compiled genealogies of your Irish ancestors: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp

· The General Register Office of Ireland: http://www.groireland.ie/

· The National Archives of Ireland. Learn how to research your family history and use the records held in the National Archives: http://www.nationalarchives.ie/index.html

· The National Library of Ireland. Library material much used by family history researchers includes the microfilms of Catholic parish registers, copies of the important nineteenth century land valuations (the Tithe Applotment Books and Griffith's Valuation), trade and social directories, estate records and newspapers: http://www.nli.ie/default.asp

· The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI). PRONI hold millions of documents which relate chiefly, but by no means exclusively, to present-day Northern Ireland. The earliest record dates from 1219, with the main concentration of records covering the period 1600 to the present: http://proni.nics.gov.uk/index.htm

· The General Register Office of Northern Ireland (GRONI): http://www.groni.gov.uk/index.htm

· IrishGenealogy.com. Over 200 MB of useful information and databases for Irish researchers: http://www.irishgenealogy.com

· GENUKI: UK and Ireland Genealogy. A large collection of genealogical information England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/irl/

· Genealogical Society of Ireland. Articles and publications for Irish researchers: http://www.dun-laoghaire.com/genealogy

· North of Ireland Family History Society. Geared to families with roots in Northern Ireland: http://www.nifhs.org

· Ulster Historical Foundation. Research services and databases (for members): http://www.uhf.org.uk

· The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA). Searchable databases: http://tiara.ie

· Irish Freeholders' Records Database. Freeholders' records are lists of people entitled to vote, or of people who voted, at elections. A freeholder was a man who owned his land outright (in fee) or who held it by lease:  http://www.proni.gov.uk/freeholders/

· The Church of Ireland Genealogy and Family History

The archives of the Church of Ireland, and particularly parochial registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials, are a primary source for genealogists and family historians. Although many registers were destroyed in the fire in the Public Record Office of Ireland in 1922, many others have survived and are available to researchers: http://www.ireland.anglican.org/library/libroots.html

· Resources pertaining to all of Ireland
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~cgaunt/irish.html

· World-Wide Genealogy Resources: Ireland, Island of
http://www.genhomepage.com/world.html

· Familia: The UK and Ireland's guide to genealogical resources in public libraries: http://www.familia.org.uk/textindex.html


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CALENDAR

Take a Look at Our Busy International Calendar for March 2005....

• 3 March - Sacramento Legacy Users Group, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Mission Oaks Community/Senior Center
4701 Gibbons, Carmichael, CA 95608
Contact: Elizabeth Kohler at EKKohler@yahoo.com

• 3 March - South King County, Legacy Users Group, 10:30 a.m.
The Church of Latter-Day Saints, 24419 94th Ave S, Kent, Washington, USA
Contact: Bob Sjolin at rsjolin@msn.com

• 7 March -  Clark County, Washington, Genealogical Society Legacy Interest Group
The Legacy Family Tree Interest Group meets from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. the first Monday of each month.
CCGS library
717 Grand Boulevard in Vancouver, Wash.
No reservations necessary, but we would like to know if you're coming. Please contact ikie4@netzero.net

• 11-12 March - Genealogy and Family Heritage Jamboree in St. George, Utah. In addition to a Legacy vendor table, Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen will teach Timelines and Chronologies (Friday, 6:30 - 7:30 pm) and Mapping Your Ancestors (Saturday, 9:00 - 10:00 am.  For Jamboree details and registration please visit http://www.cgslink.com/jamboree/.

• 12 March - Roots Fair at the Cross Roads Mall in Bellevue, WA. Sponsored by the Eastside Genealogical Society. Millennia's Jim Terry will be present with Legacy Family Tree.

• 12 March - Provo, Utah, Legacy Class held after Utah Valley PAF Users Group meeting (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
4000 North 650 East (Timpview Drive) in Provo, Utah
For more information please visit www.uvpafug.org/meeting.htm

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12 March - Oklahoma City Legacy User Group, 11:00-12:00, following 9:00-11:00 Oklahoma City PC Users Group (OKCPCUG) Genealogy SIG.
Suite 201, Center 3000 Building
3000 United Founders Boulevard (NW 57th and N. May Ave)
Contact Joanne at okclug@att.net or La Nell at nellgen2@cox.net for details.

• 14 March -  Burbank, Calif., Legacy Users Group
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Southern California Genealogy Society Bldg.
417 Irving Drive, Burbank, Calif. 91504.
Contact Charlene Patterson at Charsroots@earthlink.net or
Rich Schulthies at fourpartz@earthlink.net

• 14 March - Sun City, AZ. West Valley Genealogical Society meeting with feature Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen. He will be speaking on an Introduction to Legacy Family Tree. For more information, visit http://www.rootsweb.com/~azwvgs/WVMain.htm

• 16 March - Calgary, Alta., Legacy Users Group, 7:00 p.m.
Alberta Family History Center Library
Southminster United Church
3818-14a Street SW, Calgary, Alta.
Contact: Charles Aubin at cwaubin@3web.net.

• 16 March - Legacy Family Tree Workshop at Global Genealogy in Campbellville, Ontario. Workshop leader is Rick Roberts and the fee is Cdn $30.00.  For more details, please see the agenda at http://globalgenealogy.com/workshops/index.htm.

• 23 March - Melbourne, Australia, Legacy Users Group, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm in the meeting will be held in the Meeting Room at the Genealogical Society of Victoria, 257 Collins Street, Melbourne, level B1. (Please use the lifts nearest to Collins Street as the others do not go to B1.) There is a small charge to cover meeting room fees.  For more information please contact Tom and Libby Luke at tomluke@optusnet.com.au.

• 25 - 26 March - Brigham Young University's Annual Computerized Genealogy Conference. Held at the BYU Conference Center in Provo, Utah. Visit http://ce.byu.edu/cw/cwcompu/ for more information. Please stop by and visit the Legacy booth in the Harmon Building. Web site: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/cwcompu/

• 26 March - Whittier Area Genealogical Society's Annual Seminar in Whittier, CA. The speaker will be Dr. Gary Shumway. 
Millennia will be represented in the vendor hall. Registration and additional information can be found at: http://www.cagenweb.com/kr/wags/seminar.html.

• 28 March - Kitsap County, Washington Legacy User Group
Contact Lynn N. Ramey at dar0643@earthlink.net for more information.

• Auckland, New Zealand, Legacy Users Group
Contact Jan Gow: phone 09 521 1518 or e-mail jangow@genealogy.net.nz with LUG meeting as the subject if you would like to be on the mailing list.

• Boston Legacy Users Group
Contact: John Lisle, jbl@tqsi.com or Julie Michutka, jmm@pathbridge.net

• German Legacy Users Group (Yahoo E-mail Group)
To subscribe please visit send a subscribe message to
lug-de-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

• Kapiti, New Zealand, Legacy Users Group
Please contact Shirley Dixon (co-ordinator) at sandh_dixon@yahoo.co.nz for details.

• Nederlandse Gebruikersgroep van Legacy

Op deze website vindt U alles wat nodig is om de Nederlandse versie van Legacy te krijgen. Wanneer u zich aanmeldt als “tester” dan kunt u ook via de mailing list deelnemen aan de discussies voor het verbeteren van de Nederlandse vertaling van Legacy, maar ook kunt er terecht met uw vragen over Legacy. Deze kunt u gewoon in het Nederlands stellen.
Voor meer informatie: www.rob-hubert.nl/legacy

• Norway Legacy Users Group
Visit the Norwegian Legacy web site that is packed with news, tips, help pages and a user forum you can participate in.
http://legacynorsk.com/

• United Kingdom Legacy Users Group
If you would like to join a Legacy Users Group for the UK please contact Richard Prior at sauntonuk@yahoo.com

For information on new groups that may be forming in your area, please visit www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/UsersGroup.asp .


GENEALOGY HUMOR

• An Irish Toast...

May you never forget what is worth remembering,
Or remember what is best forgotten.

If you have a good, clean genealogy joke, please send it to Jim@LegacyFamilyTree.com


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