What’s New in Evidentia? — 2 Comments

  1. Jenny,

    Hi … I ran across your comments regarding WikiTree (supporting it and what not) just after I had actually run across WikiTree itself.

    Found your obsession (if I may call it that) with not only Genealogy but with WikiTree in particular it would seem very interesting. Also interesting that you had just started up with WordPress this year. I have as well … please check out

    One thing that puzzled me, however, in your comment regarding your shift from your old blog hosting site to WordPress is that WordPress doesn’t give a “Following” option. Perhaps it is something added only recently, but if you check out my site, you will see that that option now does indeed exist (up at the top).

    Also, I believe that you have a connection with Richard Gandy in 16th century Cheshire if I am not mistaken. I do also.

    Since you are so deep into genealogy, was wondering what your opinion of the most recent version of “The Master Genealogist” program is …. that is, if you use it or know of it. I am contemplating updating my old standalone software archive to it …. and was even thinking of using its companion software program “Second Site” to create an external Site “Tree” …. that is, until I ran across Wikitree and that has got me thinking that perhaps that might be the route to go down.

    Steve Flora.

    • Steve, thanks for stopping by! WikiTree is an invaluable tool for collaboration with others researching the same family lines. I highly recommend giving it a try … and since it’s FREE, what have you got to lose?

      I checked out your site, but I still don’t see a “follow” option on WordPress.

      I’m not sure where you got the idea that I’m connected to anyone in 16th century Cheshire, as my research hasn’t gotten back that far yet – I’m still working on my U.S. ancestors. But I’ll let you know if I ever make that connection.

      I’ve never used The Master Genealogist, but I know some folks who have and they seem to like it. It really depends on whether it’s a fit for you. I’m sure they have a free trial version that you can test and see if it does all the things you need it to do.

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