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  • GENViewer Legacy Edition Searches Multiple Files Simultaneously
  • GENMatcher Compares Genealogy Files for Matches and Duplicates
  • Progeny's Genealogy Value Pack Sale Will End SOON!


  • Researching Your Aboriginal Ancestry at Library and Archives Canada
  • FGS 2004 Conference Scheduled for Austin, Texas


  • New! Legacy Reports in Different Languages
  • Beginning Your Irish Research on the Right Foot



  • More Irish Links
  • Arizona Birth, Death Certificate Archive Now Online


  • Legacy Genealogy Cruise: The Cabins Are Going Fast!





  • Irish Last Request....




We have some exciting news: Over the last few years we have worked closely as a company with Luc Comeau of MudCreek Software Inc. A graduate of Carleton University with Bachelor in Computer Science, he has been a software developer for the past 15 years. He is the developer of two of our finest Legacy Add-ons GENViewer and GENMatcher.

If you have tried either of these products you will know what we are talking about when we say how proud we are to announce that Luc Comeau is now part of our Legacy development team. We have some exciting projects that Luc will be helping with and each of you can expect some great things in the near future. Ken McGinnis, vice president of Millennia, says "The competition had better watch out if they want to keep up as we just raised the bar several notches."

One of the main things that has made Legacy such an excellent program are those who work here at Millennia. Our company has been extremely blessed to have attracted such high quality people who love Legacy and have such a love of genealogy. We couldn't have found better people anywhere else to fulfill the role each person in our company performs. Each person who works here has added so much to making Legacy what it is today. A big THANK YOU to each of them.

Luc is married with three children and lives in Fall River, Nova Scotia, Canada.


  • GENViewer Legacy Edition Searches Multiple Files Simultaneously - US$ 19.95

    GENViewer for Legacy is a remarkable add-on program that works directly with your Legacy family file, PAF or with GEDCOM files created by other genealogy applications. With GENViewer's powerful File Search capabilities, you can simultaneously search multiple files for that critical piece of information you need. Use GENViewer to quickly clean up those GEDCOM files that are cluttering your computer. Its speed and versatility makes it ideal for previewing GEDCOM files beforeimporting them into Legacy.

    GENViewer also creates a self-viewing GEDCOM that will display your genealogical data. This file can be e-mailed as an attachment or placed on a Web site for downloading. Furthermore it can be created on a floppy disk and run on any Windows computer. This is a truly unique way to share your genealogy with people who don't own a genealogy program but who have a computer.

    GENViewer, a product of MudCreek Software Inc., runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.

    To learn more about GENViewer or to order please visit:

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    • GENMatcher Compares Files for Matches & Duplicates - US$ 29.95

    GENMatcher is a Windows-based utility that compares two genealogy files for matches, or one genealogy file for duplicates. GENMatcher quickly finds matches between genealogy files. This allows you to quickly test downloaded files for potential matches to your data. In addition, GENMatcher also helps you clean up your genealogy data by finding duplicates.

    You can compare files between different file formats. Files do not have to be the same format to be compared. GENMatcher reads and compares Legacy Family Tree family files, as well as GEDCOM and Temple Submission Files.

    GENMatcher lets you set the comparison criteria. Your analysis work is saved in work sessions. An unlimited number of sessions can be saved and restored.

    Use GENMatcher with no risk to your data. GENMatcher compares without modifying your data; there's no need to import data to compare files.

    GENMatcher, a product of MudCreek Software Inc., runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP. It requires 5MB of disk space.

    To learn more about GENMathcher or to order please visit:

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  • Progeny's Genealogy Value Pack Sale Will End SOON!

We are pleased to offer this amazing bundle of Legacy add-on products at this low price for just a little longer!

Valued at over US$ 85 - yours for only US$ 29.95 until April 4th!

The Genealogy Value Pack for Legacy Family Tree Users contains:
• Four powerful add-on software programs including: Legacy Charting Companion, Genelines for Legacy, World Place Advisor™ for Legacy and GEDmark™!
• Access to over 80 historical timelines, including one for each of the 50 US States - available as free downloads for use with Genelines!
• Online search of over 76-million names, all of which are lineage-linked
to family trees!
• Free trial subscriptions to Family Chronicle Magazine and OneGreatFamily.com!

With the Genealogy Value Pack, you can: create great-looking charts, reports and historical timelines; check your database for place name accuracy; and secure source information quickly and easily! Search and find even more names and family trees and get free access to genealogy's popular information sources.


Genelines, the leader in timeline software, is one of Progeny's most popular add-on products for Legacy Family Tree users.

By using visual timeline charts to bring together elements of time, history and family relationships, Genelines is one of the most powerful research and storytelling tools available to anyone researching their family tree.


Create your own amazing timeline charts in minutes using Genelines for Legacy. Its patented software will read your Legacy Family Tree genealogy database directly, you do not need to re-enter any information!

Genelines offers a suite of SEVEN different timeline chart formats, consisting of two BIOGRAPHICAL and five RELATIONSHIP charts.

Each of these seven charts can be customized according to: timeline, historical events, personal or family events, colors and fonts. The relationship charts even allow you to add people who are not necessarily related.

While each type of chart lends itself to different research tasks, only with the BIOGRAPHICAL CHARTS can you create a visual map of your ancestors' life events, telling their story in a brand new way.

Unique in presentation, the Biographical Charts allow you to include such events as career path, relationships, place of residence, etc., and compare these life experiences with those of other relatives in your database.

You can even add historical events that were happening at various times during their lives to see how such events may have impacted their lives.

The Individual Biographical Chart shows a composite of different life events for an individual over his/her life span, painting a complete personal life history showing all the events that occurred during a person's life and when they happened.

The Comparative Biographical Chart depicts individual life spans for two or more people. Because it can also include their respective life events, this chart allows you to compare the ages and duration of events in common between two or more individuals or family members.

For example, using the Comparative Biographical Chart, relationship events with dates can be displayed to easily see family trends or record medical histories and compare health patterns to help predict future health problems.


All Genelines charts can be previewed and printed in full color, in various sizes -- including wall charts -- or published to PDF and incorporated into a web page or shared by e-mail. Genelines' form of presentation can be much more meaningful and easier to understand than a typical text based report, and can help you draw conclusions that may otherwise have been missed.


Genelines for Legacy is a program that can help you find new directions for your family research by:

· producing amazing timeline charts
· identifying missing information
· highlighting illogical or contradictory data
· exposing duplicate persons
· focusing your research
· helping you understand your data better

Get your copy of Genelines for Legacy today as part of the Genealogy Value Pack for Legacy Users!

A bundle valued at over US$ 85.00 -- on sale for only US$ 29.95!

Order today! The Low price of $29.95 is only available until April 4th, 2004!
To learn more about GENViewer or to order please visit:

Compatible with Legacy versions 3, 4 and 5, Progeny's Genealogy Value Pack for Legacy Family Tree Users is bundled on just one CD. An Internet connection is required for the online services and trial subscriptions.


  • Researching Your Aboriginal Ancestry at Library and Archives Canada

    Prairie Indian Encampment at Red River   C-010500The National Library and Archives Canada has added a new guide, Researching Your Aboriginal Ancestry at Library and Archives Canada, to its virtual Canadian Genealogy Centre. The guide was been developed to help researchers undertaking aboriginal genealogical research in the archival records at Library and Archives Canada. It is particularly useful when consulting the records relating to Indian Affairs (RG10) at the Archives.

    The new guide has two parts. The first part covers aboriginal resources at Library and Archives Canada, and the second part covers the Web site. The document is in outline format and covers both online resources and procedures to review restricted records.

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  • FGS 2004 Conference Scheduled for Austin, Texas

The 2004 Federation of Genealogical Societies' Conference will be in Austin, Texas, 8-11 September 2004. The theme is "Legends Live Forever: Researching the Past for Future Generations."

An e-zine for the conference will help get information out to potential attendees quickly and relatively painlessly. The e-zine will contain up-to-date information about the conference venue, lectures, and other information as it becomes available.


  • New! Legacy Reports in Different Languages

Many reports in Legacy 5.0 can now be generated in several languages including German, French, Spanish, Norwegian, and Dutch. Additional languages are being added. You can now send reports to your friends and relatives in other countries that they can actually understand!

For example, you can choose from different languages when generating the Family Group Record report. To select a language, click the Report Language button in the Family Group Records report screen and choose the language file to be used when generating the report. There are many language files available. These can be found on the www.LegacyFamilyTree.com web site. To reset the language selection back to the default value, click the ® reset button.

Follow these same procedures when generating other kinds of Legacy reports and charts.

The new international language reports are features of Legacy Family Tree 5.0 Deluxe Edition only and are not available in the Standard Edition. To purchase the Deluxe Edition, please point your browser at: www.legacyfamilytree.com/Redirect/Store-Legacy.asp

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  • Beginning Your Irish Research on the Right Foot

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 much more difficult than research in the rest of the British Isles.

Because this loss, 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 three things:

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

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  


Do you have an expert tip to share? Send your ideas to JimTerry@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.


  • More Irish Links

It's said that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day! Whether you wear green or orange, here are more Web sites that will help you trace your Irish ancestors:

· Celtic Origins: http://www.genealogy.ie/

· Free Genealogy Databases - Northern Ireland: http://www.freesurnamesearch.com/search/uk/nire.html

· Free Surname Search - Ireland: http://www.freesurnamesearch.com/search/ireland/index.html

· Genealogical Society of Ireland: http://www.dun-laoghaire.com/genealogy/

· Irish Ancestors: http://www.ireland.com/ancestor/

· Irish Clans and Surnames: http://www.censusfinder.com/irish_surnames.htm

· Irish Genealogical Society: http://www.rootsweb.com/~irish/

· Irish Genealogy: http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/

· Irish Genealogy: http://www.of-ireland.info/genealogy.html

· Irish Roots: http://www.irishroots.net/

· www.Irish Ancestors.net: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~irishancestors/

· Your Irish Roots: http://www.youririshroots.com/

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  • Arizona Birth, Death Certificate Archive Now Online

The State of Arizona's Department of Health Services, Arizona State Library, and the Mesa Family History Library have teamed up to provide a database of more than 400,000 images of birth certificates (between 1887 and 1928) and death certificates (between 1878 and 1953) at http://genealogy.az.gov. Search and retrieval are both free, though this site warns that these are not certified copies.

At the site you may search by name, span of years, and county. Certificates are in tables which include type (birth is blue-lettered, death is red) name, birth and death date (for the death certificates, just birth for the birth certificates), mother and father (for the birth certificates) and county.

Click on the name and you'll get a PDF of the birth or death record. The images are faithful reproductions of the original hand-written or typed records. The birth and death certificate images made available on this website do not constitute certified copies.

Thanks to ResearchBuzz (http://www.researchbuzz.com/) for this information.


  • The Cabins Are Going Fast!

We have already booked 70 of the 100 cabins we had reserved for the Legacy Genealogy Cruise! That's a total of 140 people going as of today. We had no idea how many people would be interested and we think it's wonderful to have so many of you coming with us on this cruise. It's going to be a lot of fun and we look forward to spending the week with you aboard Carnival's ship Triumph.

We still have 30 cabins at the locked in price. Once these ones are gone Carnival is telling us the price will be $100 higher.

Prices begin at $489.19 per person, double occupancy taxes and fees included in this price for inside cabin. Ocean view cabins for $639.19 per person, double occupancy taxes and fees included in this price. Balcony cabins for $739.19 per person, double occupancy taxes and fees included in this price. All cabins are subject to availability and prices may change after April 20, 2004. The rates are for the cruise only. Air and ground transportation are additional. Optional pre- or post-cruise hotel packages are available..

If you are interested please send an email to KenMcGinnis@LegacyFamilyTree.com

We will be sailing away on a seven-day Western Caribbean cruise aboard Carnival's stately Triumph leaving Miami, Florida on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2004. In addition to cruising through the Caribbean Sea, you will have the opportunity to visit the ports of Cozumel where you can tour the Mayan Ruins, Grand Cayman's seven mile beach, or Ocho Rios Jamaica where you can climb the famous Dunn Falls.

Classes will 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. Here is the class schedule (subject to revisions):

· 'Ensuring a Proper Foundation'. This lecture will teach the vital principles of research and recording your findings. Learn how to identify the correct location for the correct time period. AniMap will be presented, as well as other software programs and Internet sites for learning about locations and mapping. Data entry techniques will be taught to ensure the accuracy of entering names, dates, and places. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor.

· 'Ready, Set, Go!' Learn about the dozen or so steps a professional takes when beginning to work with a new Legacy database. These techniques, shortcuts, and cautionary procedures will enable you to use Legacy more efficiently. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor.

· 'Documentation!' Genealogy without documentation is mythology. Learn everything you’ve ever needed to know (and maybe even more) about entering sources into Legacy. Jim Terry, instructor.

· 'The Foundation for Success: Chronologies!' Learn how to enter the documents you find to build an ancestor’s timeline. Their timeline, when studied in a historical perspective, will lead the researcher to the right sources. You will learn about properly entering events and effectively using Legacy’s Chronology View. Also learn about Genelines and other resources to gain the historical perspective of your ancestor. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor.

· 'Legacy Companion Software'. Learn about other utility programs to assist you in your research. GenMatcher, GenViewer, Legacy Charting Companion, Pocket Genealogist, GenSmarts, and more will be presented. Jim Terry, Robert Carneal, instructors.

· 'Reporting with Legacy; Sharing information electronically'. This lecture will go beyond the basics in designing and creating reports with Legacy. You will learn how to effectively share information electronically, and the dos and don’ts of responsible correspondence. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor.

· 'Potpourri - Questions and Answers'. This session will cover anything that’s been missed. Remember, the developers, tech support, and the training departments of Millennia will be here. Have questions or suggestions -- this may be your best chance ever! Dave Berdan, Ken McGinnis, Geoff Rasmussen, Jim Terry.

For more information please visit: http://www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/CruiseInfo.asp page.


    Do You Speak Norwegian or Danish?

    We are working on several international versions of Legacy. We are seeking Norwegian (Bokmål and Nynorsk) and Danish-speaking volunteers to help with the translations. If anyone would like to help with translating genealogical terms and phrases please visit www.legacyfamilytree.com/InternationalLegacyVersions.asp to sign up. We need to find people who have the time to help.

    We wish to thank those individuals who have worked so hard and given of their time to help us create our current international versions of Legacy. We have started public testing for a few of them. If you would like to help with the translation of a language not listed on this Web page (like Portuguese or Italian), please send an email to Sherry@LegacyFamilyTree.com.


The Oklahoma City Legacy User Group meets the second Saturday of the month from 11:00-12:00, immediately following the 9:00-11:00 Oklahoma City PC Users Group (OKCPCUG) Genealogy SIG. Address: Suite 201 of the Center 3000 Building, located at 3000 United Founders Boulevard (NW 57th and N. May Ave). Map can be found at www.okcpcug.org. Contact Joanne at okclug@att.net or La Nell at nellgen2@cox.net for additional information.


Take a Look at Our Busy Calendar for March 2004....

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

• 18 March - Legacy Family Tree Training, 7:00 p.m. Legacy Family Tree training for the Magna, Utah, Family History Center. Contact Starr Campbell at starrcamp@aol.com for more information.

• 20 March - San Diego Legacy Users Group, 10:30 am - 12:00 p.m.
The Legacy groups convenes after the general meeting of the
Computer Genealogy Society of San Diego (CGSSD), which starts at 9:00 am. Tierrasanta Christian Church, 11445 Tierrasanta Blvd., San Diego, Calif. For more information or call (619) 670-0960.

• 20 March - Orem Family History Fair in Orem, Utah.

Geoff Rasmussen will teach the following classes:

· Using Legacy Family Tree
· Message Boards, Queries, and Mailing Lists
· Mapping your Ancestors

Contact LOCHRISTENSEN@aol.com for more information.

• March 21 - Family History Fireside: Legacy and TempleReady, 7:00 p.m.

Presentation by Jim Terry of Millennia Corporation. Location:

LDS Meetinghouse
795 Ell Rd
Camano Island, WA  98292

• 25-27 March - Brigham Young University's Annual 2004 Computerized Genealogy Conference

The seventh annual Computerized Genealogy Conference will be held Friday, March 26, and Saturday, March 27, 2003, at the Brigham Young University Conference Center. Hands-on labs will be offered at an additional cost for a limited number of participants on those evenings and on Thursday, March 25, 2003. Legacy will be represented in the exhibition hall. Web site: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/cwcompu/

• 27 March - Orange County Legacy Users Group, 4:00 p.m.

LDS Family History Center - Relief Society Room
674 South Yorba Street
Orange, Calif. 92869
Please contact person Frank Chocco at fchocco@yahoo.com or phone (949) 589-4455.

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

• 8-10 April - Utah Genealogical Association's Annual Conference in Salt Lake City. Sign up for this conference soon. Visit www.infouga.org to register or to view the classes. Featured are the Genealogy Boot Camp and the Genealogy Games. Come visit with the Millennia developers. Contact the conference chair, starrcamp@aol.com or the program chair, geoff@geoffrasmussen.com 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:

•  Netherlands Legacy Users Group
Please send e-mail to Richard Nijboer at
or visit http://members.lycos.nl/legacynl

•  Windsor, Ontario, Legacy Users Group
Group meets the last week of the month. Day and location vary.
For more information contact Kathryn Lake Hogan at klake@cogeco.ca or phone (519) 250-1528.

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


  • Irish Last Request....

    Mary Clancy goes up to Father O'Grady after his Sunday morning service, and she's in tears.

    He says, "So what's bothering you, Mary, my dear?"

    She says, "Oh, Father, I've got terrible news. My husband passed away last night."

    The priest says, "Oh, Mary, that's terrible. Tell me, did he have any last requests?"

    She says, "That he did, Father..."

    The priest says, "What did he ask, Mary?"

    She says, "He said, 'Please Mary, put down that d*** gun!'"

    Submitted by Vickie C.

If you have a good genealogy joke or anecdote to share, please send it to Editor@LegacyFamilyTree.com


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