Who Do You Think You Are?

Share part of your tree using Geneanet

Anyone who’s been asked to share their tree as a GEDCOM file knows the potential issue involved: your tree is only 100 percent relevant to you and your siblings. Most requests come from researchers who are only interested in a particular branch, so how do you go about producing a truncated tree containing just the information they need?

Most family history programs allow you to export part of

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