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  • GENViewer Legacy Edition Is Ideal for Previewing Files
  • GENMatcher Automatically Compares Genealogy Files
  • GenSmarts for Legacy: Buy Now and Save
  • Genealogy Training Videotape Blowout Sale


  • National Genealogical Society Annual Conference in the States in June
  • Pocket Genealogist Version 2.94 Released
  • Cruise the Caribbean and Have Fun Learning Legacy from the Experts


  • Huge Set of Ship Registers Available Online
  • Borthwick Institute Probate Index Records Online



  • Import Tips for Trouble Free Records Transfer
  • File ID Number Assistant and File ID Number Report



  • Take a Look at Our Busy Calendar for May 2005....


  • Moderation in All Things....




There is a new Legacy 5.0 update available (Version - Build Date of 14 April 2005). You can update your Legacy program by clicking on Internet > Check for Legacy Update... and following the prompts. Updates are free patches and enhancements that add new features, repair bugs, replace damaged/missing files, and bring your program up to date. Updating will keep your program in "good health" and make sure that all of Legacy's many features will work at their best.

This update is for both the Standard and Deluxe editions of Legacy 5.0. The updates are always cumulative, which means if you missed the last two or three, the current build will catch up you on all the enhancements and corrections of the past.

The update process has been streamlined for Legacy 5.0 Deluxe users: You won't need to enter your e-mail address or use a password when updating your program. If you are not a registered user, you can get the free update by clicking on the blue www.LegacyFamilyTree.com link in the screen. Be sure to enter your e-mail address correctly, so that you will receive the installation password, and please read the screens carefully.

You can view the enhancements, corrections and changes to Legacy by clicking on the blue See What's New link (see screen shot below).

The Check For Update screen will show you the build date of your program, which should be 14 April 2005.

You can also check for the build date by clicking on Help > General Information and checking the build date in the middle of the second line of the General Information window. The free update is also available by visiting www.legacyfamilytree.com/DownloadUpdate.asp.

Note: This update will not update (patch) Legacy 2.0 or 3.0 or 4.0. This update will overwrite earlier versions with Legacy 5.0 Standard Edition. If you are using the Deluxe Edition of Legacy 3.0 or 4.0, you will need to buy the Legacy 5.0 Deluxe upgrade if you wish to continue using your deluxe features. Special upgrade prices for Legacy 4.0 Deluxe users are available by visiting: www.legacyfamilytree.com/DeluxeUpgrade.asp


  • GENViewer Legacy Edition Is Ideal for Previewing Files - 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 before importing 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.

For more information or to order, please point your browser to:

Learn how to search with GENViewer with the new video training CD "Legacy's Tagging and Searching Made Easy!"

Runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.

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  • GENMatcher Automatically Compares Genealogy Files - 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.

    System requirements: GENMatcher runs on Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP. It requires 5MB of disk space.

For more information or to order, please point your browser to:

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  • GenSmarts for Legacy: Buy Now and Save! 

Was US$ 29.95 - Now Is US$ 24.95 

Let GenSmarts help you research your ancestors!  GenSmarts for Legacy is a genealogy software program that can analyze your family file and tell you, by person, which record to research, and why. This exciting new add-on program is an excellent tool to help you with your research. Don't miss out on the low introductory price of $24.95!

GenSmarts finds holes in your data and can do automatic lookups for you on free internet search sites. The current edition is for the US, the UK and Canada. Australia will be added soon!

GenSmarts directly reads your Legacy family file and works with all versions of Microsoft Windows (95,98,ME,NT,2000, and XP). It's a small download and easy to install -- give it a try!

For more information or to order, please point your browser to:

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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• 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• 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


  • National Genealogical Society Annual Conference in the States in June

The National Genealogical Society's 27th Annual Conference in the States will be held 1-4 June 2005 at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee, in combination with GENTECH 2005. This year's theme is Tennessee Crossroads.

Many vendors and societies will in attendance. They will bring many and varied products for genealogists. Software products will assist not only in recording your genealogy, but also for researching. The expanding series of publications, indexes and databases will be available, in addition to preservation materials, books, maps, and memorabilia.

Geoff Rasmussen of Millennia Corp. will teach a beginning and intermediate Legacy class.

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  • Pocket Genealogist Version 2.94 Released

    Device not Included

    Northern Hills Software has announced the release of Pocket Genealogist Version 2.94. This is a free update for current users of Pocket Genealogist.

    Pocket Genealogist -- produced by Northern Hills Software -- is genealogy software for the PocketPC, Palm-Size PC, Handheld PC, Pocket PC 2003 and Handheld Pro (Windows CE devices V2.11 or newer).

    Changes in Pocket Genealogist Version 2.93 include:

    • Import will now continue even if "Bad" lines of data are found in the GEDCOM.

    •  Children are now properly sorted in the ancestor and descendant trees.

    • There is now a new installation program. The Language Packs are now no longer a separate download, the languages can be selected during the 'base' install.

    •  The Danish translation has been updated and Swedish added. (Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish now supported)

    •  Added a "Priority" field to "Find by To Do" list.

    •  On the device, "tapping" on the citation entry on the source tab will now invoke the view/edit screen for that citation.

    •  Fix to Field Notes report processing.

    • Other miscellaneous enhancements and fixes.

    Registered users can find the FREE downloads at: www.pocketgenealogist.com/download.htm

    The new User Guide is also available for download at the above link.

    If you are not a Pocket Genealogist user and want more details or wish to order, visit please www.legacyfamilytree.com/Redirect/Store-AddOns.asp

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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 $796.00 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.

Last years September 2004 Cruise was completely sold out. 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 special 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 the reserved cabins and space is quickly filling up. 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 $300.00 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.


  • Huge Set of Ship Registers Available Online

Mystic Seaport (with the help of The Mariners' Museum, the Maine Maritime Museum, The Peabody Essex Museum, the Library of Congress, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) has put together a collection of the earliest-published American ship registers. They begin with the New York Marine Register (1857) and go through The Record of American and Foreign Shipping for 1900. This 55 volumes containing about 50,000 pages and a million records. They're available at http://www.mysticseaport.org/library/initiative/ShipRegisterList.cfm.

Registers are listed individually (there are some yacht registers here too). Clicking on a register volume gives you the ability the browse the volume's ships, brigs, barks, schooners, and steamers alphabetically.

If you want to search, you can do that too; start at http://www.mysticseaport.org/library/initiative/VMSearch.cfm . Here you can search by shipmaster name or by vessel name and rig type. Results include ship name, shipmaster name, and volume where it appears. The ship name links to the volume and page where it appears.  (Thanks to: ResearchBuzz.org - http://www.researchbuzz.org/huge_set_of_ship_registers_now_available_online.shtml)

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  • Borthwick Institute Probate Index Records Are Now Online

The Origins Network, specialists in British and Irish genealogy, have announced the online availability of indexes to the probate record holdings of The Borthwick Institute for Archives, including wills, inventories and associated records from 1320s to 1858.

The Borthwick Institute for Archives takes its name from William Borthwick of Bridlington, under whose will it was endowed. After opening in 1953, ten years later it became part of the newly-established University of York as a research institute specialising in the study of ecclesiastical history, in particular that of the Province of York. It acts as the diocesan record office for Yorkshire and is a recognised place of deposit for public records. During the summer of 2004 the Institute moved to a purpose built archive repository on the outskirts of York in Heslington, adjacent to the University of York’s JBM Library.

The first sets of Borthwick Institute index records to be placed online are those for the probate records of the Prerogative & Exchequer Courts of York from the Medieval period, 1320s to 1500, and for 54 “peculiar” courts for the years 1383 to 1858. The Borthwick Institute’s archive of probate records (wills, inventories and associated records) is the largest in England outside London. Over 35,000 records are now available and British Origins subscribers may order copies of the original records online.

Additionally, British Origins now features exclusive access to the Inheritance Dispute Index (1574-1714): a comprehensive index to over 26,000 lawsuits instituted in the Chancery Court of England, compiled by Peter Coldham. This and additional English genealogy collections are available on British Origins at http://www.britishorigins.com.


The Legacy affiliate program is by far one of the best opportunities on the Internet. We are experiencing some major growth and it's time for you to cash in on some of the profits. You make money on the traffic and the Legacy sales that you generate.

It is completely free to join and all you have to do to participate is advertise the special address that we will provide you. After someone clicks, our tracking software will take care of the rest. It will follow your customer through our site to make sure you get commissions for any purchase of Legacy. As an added bonus, our system will keep track of every visitor you refer for the next year so if they come back during that time to buy Legacy, you will still get credit for it.

This is an amazing opportunity and very easy to setup. To sign up please read through our policies and conditions and then continue to the sign up page. Please be assured that we will keep all of your information in the strictest of confidence. It will be used for in house reasons only and never sold or given to a third party. We value your privacy.

Sign Up Today: http://www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/AffiliateProgram.asp


  • Import Tips for Trouble Free Records Transfer

    When you add a big GEDCOM file to your family file, several undesirable things can happen:

• You may end up with a large of number of unrelated individuals in your family file that you don't want because they are not related to you.
• You may end up with a large number of duplicate records, which leads to a long and tedious merge session.
• You inherit a large number of records that have a lot of potential problems in them.
• You end up with a lot of locations, surnames, sources, etc. that are not formatted or as complete as you would like them to be.

The following steps will avoid these problems and make sure the records you import are accurate as possible and in the format you prefer.

Create a new, temporary family file:

1. Import the GEDCOM into a new, temporary family file where it can be checked.
2. In the new, temporary family file check the formatting and completeness of locations, sources, and surnames, etc. Make formatting changes to fit your tastes, add missing counties, upper or lower case surnames as you prefer, check sources, etc.
3. Run a Potential Problems report and make corrections where needed.
4. When finished, the records should be satisfactory and ready to import.

Open the family file to receive the imported records:

1. Tag all individuals, locations, sources and surnames. This will mark your original lists so that imported items will stand out in contrast. (Click on View and point at Master Lists and select Location, or Surname, or Source from the submenu.)
2. Split the Family View and open the new, temporary family file. (Click on View on the menu bar and select Split Screen View.  When prompted about opening another family file in the new window, click Yes and select it.)
3. Find the key individual in the new, temporary family file who will be the beginning point.
4. Drag and drop the key individual from the new, temporary family into the receiving family file.
5. When the Copy Between Family Files window opens, click the button to copy only the family, ancestors or descendants you want to add.

Other things to consider when copying the records include how you want to handle RIN numbers and AutoSourcing.  Also remember that Help is available for what ever screen you are in by pressing F1 on your keyboard or by clicking the Help button.

When the copying of records is complete, there should be a minimal number of people to merge, problems in records will already have been cleaned up, and you can see at a glance when looking at the Master Lists what information is new (it will be untagged) and what information you started with (it will be tagged). For example, by opening the Name List, clicking the Search button, and then selecting Show All Untagged you can see exactly who has been imported into your family file.

If the import did not work right, immediately click Edit on the menu bar and select Undo Import of [date] from the edit menu.

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  • File ID Number Assistant and File ID Number Report

    There are four types of records in Legacy that accept a File ID #. These are Master Sources, Source Citation Details, To-Do items, and Multimedia items (picture, sound, and video files). You can use these fields to create a filing system linking your family file records with printed source documentation, printed pictures, and other physical items that you want to store for the future. Many genealogists find it helpful to use the File ID # field as a cross-reference to the photocopies, certificates, extracts and other materials in their research folders and notebooks.

    The File ID Number Assistant in Legacy is reached by clicking the button next to the File ID # field on the Master Source Definition, Source Citation Detail, Sound and Video Caption, Display Picture, and Picture Center screens. The assistant is used to help you figure out what the next available ID number is. If you are using a system of filing numbers that contains letters and numbers and you need to be reminded of the next available increment of the number portion, the assistant can help. For example:

Drawer A, Item 1
Drawer A, Item 2
Drawer A, Item 3
Drawer A, Item 10
Drawer A, Item 11

· Search Filter

The File ID # list is initially filtered so that only those numbers that start with the contents of the Search Filter field are shown. If you want to show all file IDs currently in use, blank out the contents of this field and click Refresh List. To filter the list to all IDs starting with "Drawer", enter Drawer in the field and click Refresh List.

· Record Types to Include in the File ID # List

You can restrict the list of file IDs shown in the list to one or more specific types (master sources, source citation detail, to-do items, or multimedia items) by checking and unchecking the four corresponding checkboxes below the list. After selecting the types you want to have displayed, click the Refresh List button.

· File ID Number Report

The File ID Number Report lists all the numbers that you have in your family file and shows where they were used.  This report can be used as a guide to both the documents in your research files or notebooks, as well as Master Sources, Source Citation Details, To-Do items, and Multimedia items in your Legacy family file.

To generate the File ID Number Report:

1. Choose All Reports (books and others) from the Report pull-down menu.
2. Click File ID Numbers.
3. Select the desired reports options (described below).
4. Click either Print or Preview to view the report.

The ID Number Asistant and File ID Number Report are features of Legacy Deluxe only and are not available in the free Standard Edition.  To order the Deluxe Edition, please visit our Online Store or call 1 425 788-2121 (toll-free 1 800 753-3453 in the US).


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.


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

• 2 May 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

• 3 May - Logan Legacy Users Group, 7:30 pm in the Logan Utah Regional Family History Center located in the basement of the Tabernacle at:
  50 N. Main
  Logan, Utah
For more information or to suggest items for discussion, contact: Sheri Lynn Lemon, email sherilemon@comcast.net

• 4 May - Sun City West, Arizona.  A 4-week class on using Legacy will begin, taught by Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen. Contact meinarizona@juno.com for more information. Registration is required.

• 5 May - 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

• 5 May - 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

• 9 May 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

• 13-14 May - Burbank, California. Southern California Genealogical Society's 36th Annual Jamboree and Resource Expo. Come visit Millennia's booth.

• 14 May - 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

• 14 May - 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.

•  18 May - 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.

•  18 May - 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.

• 21 May - Seaside, Oregon. Saturday Seminar at the Beach. Millennia's Geoff Rasmussen will be the speaker. The following classes will be taught: Marketing your Ancestors, Chronologies and Timelines, Mapping your Ancestors, Organizing, Planning and Sharing Using Legacy Family Tree, Publish your Genealogy on the Internet. Pre-registration is required. Visit http://www.pacifier.com/~karenl/ for more information or contact Joan Johnson at seashell@pacifier.com.

• 21 May -  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 call (619) 670-0960.

• 30 May - 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

• 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.

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


  • Moderation in All Things....

I work on genealogy only on days that end in "Y".

(Humor from the Genealogy Daily Calendar, available from our Online Store).

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


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