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Using Google Earth to map your Ancestors

Postby MapMyAncestors » Fri Jun 27, 2008 12:03 am

[size=3]If you are interested in using[/size][size=3] Google Earth to visualise your family tree then can I suggest [link=http://www.familytreeassistant.com]http://www.familytreeassistant.com[/link] as a useful website?[/size]
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[size=3]I've put together a file for my Skinner tree which shows the kind of thing you can produce. If you have a copy of Google Earth you can view it here -[/size]
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[size=3][link=http://www.familytreeassistant.com/SkinnerTree20080625.kmz]http://www.familytreeassistant.com/SkinnerTree20080625.kmz[/link][/size][size=3][/size]

[size=3]Don't forget to expand the time span slider in the top right corner of the Google Earth screen (click on the right hand side of the slider and drag to the right).[/size]
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[size=3]PS. Google Earth can be downloaded for free at [link=http://earth.google.com]http://earth.google.com[/link][/size]
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