Bob I bookmarked it and I played with it a bit. So far, so good.,,it seems to work. I have a question but I want to read more first to see if it provides the answers before I ask.
You had some links on that page too for the charts linked back to this site but they don't work anymore. I didn't have time to fix them..(I know, I know..I need to find the time and I promise I will) I really want to get in there and learn all this but you know me..I stall until I'm 100% sure of something before I try it.
I promise, if you yell at me, then tomorrow I will fix it, otherwise, I'll forget..I'm not as young as I used to be and my mind wanders..
Once again, thanks for taking the time to provide all this great info. Is it ok if I use the link to refer it to people on my web pages?
... there is a discussion tab at the top when you have created an account and logged into the Wiki ... if you put a discussion point in on the page with mistakes, I will attempt to fix them for you ...
Please refer it ... that is what it is designed for ...
Let's start with a simple example, here's information from a 1930 US Federal Census Record:
Name: John Fornal Home in 1930: Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut Age: 42 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888 BirthPlace: Poland Relation to Head of House: Head Spouses's Name: Victoria Race: White Parents' Birthplace: View Image Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age John Fornal 42 Victoria Fornal 40 Joseph Fornal 15 Stella Fornal 13 Annie Fornal 10 William Fornal 5
As you can see, each line breaks down into two items ... easy to convert to a table.