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Doesn't Gedcom work only off of genealogy programs? These charts are
made on Word for Windows so I don't think that will work. They are charts
of the main line of Scandinavian, Norman and Baron/Earls with historical
notes not great branching genealogy charts.
I have Henry, 5th Baron b.c. 1160 s/o William 4th Baron,m. Katherine
Strathearn and Niven doesn't. If we take him out, then there is a 60 year
estimated span between William and Henry b.c. 1190 m. Margaret Marre.
From: John S. Quarterman <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, June 22, 1999 3:51 PM
Subject: Re: Earls
>>Last night as I was looking at material that Niven had sent and
>>realized that he didn't have one of the Henrys that I have. I checked
>>Pete's book again and found that he has one more generation than Niven.
>>Now this might be a case of (1) Niven dropped a generation (2) Pete made
>>a mistake (3) Pete stuck a brother in as a generation which might be
>>correct if he was Baron for part of a year but maybe he wasn't. If this
>>is wrong than our numbering is getting closer. Will be sending this off
>>by mail to Niven soon.
>Pete had one generation among the Barons of Roslin and Earls of Orkney
>that he at one time listed as a brother and at another as a son.
>I'm not entirely sure which one, but that may be what you've found.
>Which Henry did you notice?
>> Can't send it by E-mail because my neat little
>>columns get scrambled. But I'm getting there.
>GEDCOM is the best format for mailing to researchers,
>since most genealogical programs can read it
>and convert it into human-readable format.
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