Monthly Archives: August 2011

Generic Location = Research Opportunity!

What is a generic location?  A generic location is a broad, non-specific location, such as: England, Germany or the United States.  In addition to a country, it can be a state or territory, such as: Pennsylvania, California or Ontario. Why are … Continue reading

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Help Standardize My Locations!

How can GenDetective™  help me identify my non-standard locations?  In Location, Location, Location! we discussed how important it is to standardize the locations in our genealogy data.  GenDetective™ has several reports that can help identify the the non-standardized location names in your family tree … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location!

Are you familiar with that old saying that location is key when it comes to real estate? Locations, and how they are named, is just as important in your own genealogy, and GenDetective™, as it is in real estate. Many … Continue reading

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