Archivos Mensuales: julio 2013

Genealogía de México 32183 Tenemos una nueva forma de busqueda en FamilySearch Búsqueda por Número de Micr ofilm

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Tenemos una nueva forma de busqueda en FamilySearch
Búsqueda por Número de Microfilm (marcada con estrellas en la imagens adjunta)

Pasos a seguir:
1-Localiza el microfilm que deseas investigar (esperando este extraído o indexado), para localizar el numero visita:
1a- https://familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlc/
Para este ejemplo seleccioné: San Mateo, Montemorelos, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Microfilm: 731032
sin ningun otro dato para refinar obtengo 5020 resultados
Ahora que se que el microfilm esta en consulta procedere a refinar mi busqueda

Genealogía de México 32182 Interesante Juicio michoacano por incumplimiento de palabra de Boda y Violacion

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Anexo las dos imagenes, busca yo otro caso en 1757, pero al ver en el AUTO (fallo del Juicio) un tocayo mio (Benicio Martinez de Borja)

Genealogía de México 32181 Goodbye, new.FamilySearch.org

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Goodbye, new.FamilySearch.org

FamilySearch has announced that they will be shutting-off the ability to make changes to their (old) new.FamilySearch.org website on Sunday, June 30, 2013. This means that previous releases of RootsMagic (4, 5, and pre-6.1) will no longer be able to write data to new.FamilySearch.org after this date. Users of these older versions of RootsMagic should upgrade or update their software to take advantage of the latest FamilySearch support and features.

How do I get started?

To get started:

  1. Download the latest version of RootsMagic 6 or the free RootsMagic 6 Essentials.
  2. Watch our brief video tutorials to help you get up-and-running quickly.
  3. Check out our list of Frequently-Asked Questions for tips and explanations about the update.

Genealogía de México 32180 RootsMagic becomes Only Software Certified to Collaborate and Share with FamilySe arch Family Tree

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RootsMagic becomes Only Software Certified to Collaborate and Share with FamilySearch Family Tree

The ONLY software certified to share and collaborate with FamilySearch Family Tree

The great news is here! We are pleased to announce that an update to RootsMagic 6 is now available which has been “Share+ Certified” (note the “plus”) by FamilySearch for use with their new “Family Tree” system. This means that RootsMagic is the only software certified to collaborate and share data with FamilySearch Family Tree!

Last March, RootsMagic became the first software certified to share data with FamilySearch Family Tree. Today’s update brings in many collaborative features for FamilySearch that can only be found in RootsMagic. These include enhanced discussions, viewing and copying sources between RootsMagic and Family Tree, as well as viewing a change history for a person and reversing incorrect changes. There are also many enhancements and improvements to existing FamilySearch features.

What is FamilySearch Family Tree?

FamilySearch Family Tree is a new way to organize and record your genealogy online. It is free, is available to everyone, and provides an easy way to discover your place in history with free tools to help you preserve and share your family’s story for generations to come.

In Family Tree you can:

  • See what the system already contains about your ancestors.
  • Work with others to fill in missing information and correct errors.
  • Add sources and explanations to show that information is accurate.
  • Find and merge records that are about the same person.

How is FamilySearch Family Tree different than new.FamilySearch.org?

RootsMagic, the genealogy software named “Easiest to Sync” with new.FamilySearch.org, now brings the same power and features that you love to FamilySearch Family Tree- with more to come!

Family Tree has most of the features that are available on new.FamilySearch.org. It has some new features including the ability to edit and delete most any information about a person, a detailed history of changes made to people, and the ability to add sources to back up your conclusions. While new.FamilySearch.org has primarily been available to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Family Tree is available to everyone.

Goodbye, new.FamilySearch.org

FamilySearch has announced that they will be shutting-off the ability to make changes to their (old) new.FamilySearch.org website on Sunday, June 30, 2013. This means that previous releases of RootsMagic (4, 5, and pre-6.1) will no longer be able to write data to new.FamilySearch.org after this date. Users of these older versions of RootsMagic should upgrade or update their software to take advantage of the latest FamilySearch support and features.

How do I get started?

To get started:

  1. Download the latest version of RootsMagic 6 or the free RootsMagic 6 Essentials.
  2. Watch our brief video tutorials to help you get up-and-running quickly.
  3. Check out our list of Frequently-Asked Questions for tips and explanations about the update.

More to Come!

In the coming days, we’ll be blogging more about RootsMagic and how you can use it to share and collaborate others through FamilySearch Family Tree. We’ll also be adding new features and enhancements to our Family Tree support. In the meantime, enjoy the update!