Our family tree is on-line at two separate sites,
RootsWeb.com and ancestry.com. You can read more about
them below. One thing to keep in mind if you're
worried about your privacy and security: On RootsWeb,
no living persons are listed (actually, the cut-off date is
1907). On Ancestry, only people invited to view our
tree (i.e. family members) can see living persons.
A link to
my RootsWeb page is below, which will open in a new window.
My RootsWeb page is basically a no-frills, text only, page
for reading all I have on an individual. It will include
all vital information as well as notes, obituaries,
articles, etc. You can go directly to the RootWeb page
now, or search for someone by using the box at right, and it
will take you to the RootsWeb page, beginning with the
person you searched for. Note: I only update
RootsWeb occasionally, so for the most current information,
see ancestry.com below. Want to download our tree?
Click "How do I Use RootsWeb?" below.
Ancestry.com is where I work on our family tree, so all the
information is current, or live, if you will.
Our page on Ancestry is basically the same as RootsWeb
except it's a little more graphical, will include pictures
and will include living individuals. Because of this,
you'll need an invitation to view it. This insures
only our family members see personal information on living
relatives. You may also need to create a free account,
but it will only take a minute. Once you are a part of
the site, you will be able to add pictures, update
information, add stories, etc. Just let me know before
you make any huge changes.