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From: John Nieurzyla <>
Subject: Re: [POLAND] Clooz vs. Legacy
Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 01:35:13 +0100
References: <001301c25b2e$f93a5c90$35a0fc0c@alankania>


I use Custodian for my data, it similar to Clooz, but I think much
better, but, it is in the UK, but here is the web site have a look at it.



Alan J. Kania wrote:
> The amount of information I've been compiling about my family is
> "starting" (starting?) to get overwhelming. I can only imagine what
> Debbie's workspace is like! I want to get started on my New Year's
> Resolution (considering I'll go through a lot of false starts before I
> get to the end of the year) and get my stuff organized.
> I have Clooz software and I have Legacy 4.0 Deluxe software -- both of
> which boast of being able to organize all kinds of information. All you
> have to do is plug in the scraps of information and source information,
> and it will help guide you to show where there are holes in the
> research. And it's supposed to keep all those scraps of miscellaneous
> information organized.
> Yeah, right.
> Has anyone had experience using either software program and have you
> found one better than the other for organizing information? Or do they
> truly complement each other like the advertisers claim? Right now I'm
> putting as much information into the Legacy 4.0 Deluxe version -- it
> works nicely, but I feel there is something lacking when it comes for
> finding a place for information like WWI draft information, census data,
> church and community organization information, etc.
> -- Alan
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Best wishes
John Nieurzyla
Whitley Bay - UK

Our next Family Reunion in Poland - August 2003

Looking for any Nieurzyla's , Nieucyla or Nieuzyla's in the world, & the
birth of Robert Dodds, a tailor born in Newcastle, NBL abt 1852, his
father was a joiner also called Robert Dodds.


I use Archive CD Books to help with my family history research


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