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From: Denis Beauregard <>
Subject: Re: New database to test...
Date: Tue, 02 Aug 2005 18:34:48 -0400
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <35b543944d%Graeme@greywall.demon.co.uk>
On Tue, 02 Aug 2005 20:24:30 +0100, Graeme Wall
<> wrote in soc.genealogy.computing:
>In message <>
> Denis Beauregard <> wrote:
>> When the test will be completed, I will upgrade the database (to a
>> new URL) to include data from year 0 to 1710 and covering French
>> immigrants to the French colonies of North America, their ancestors
>> and their cousins (first generation).
>You get back to year 0, I'm impressed - I think...
Actually, I have no data before 771 (a marriage of Charlemagne). So,
next time I will say I have data from 771 to 1410 (or 771 to 1710 when
the test will be completed).
As to the difficulty of going that far, it is not that important.
When you find a king, chances are good there are enough data to
find more generations. And at this time, more than 600 lines from
North American migrants are known to lead to a king (about 30 for
Quebec or Acadia migrants). Since only a few nobles migrated, there
are much more lines in Europe reaching a king.
>Site worked fine on Oregano v1, now that's confused you.