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Suddenly getting shaky leafs for the Millennium File

Suddenly getting shaky leafs for the Millennium File

Posted: 16 Jan 2013 11:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Jan 2013 12:44AM GMT
This just started this afternoon. I haven't knowingly accepted any updates to FTM. The Version is 2012.

Is this something more than the WorldConnect tree in drag? I don't see any sources for the "facts".

I have other trees unchecked so I don't see them in my search results. Is there a way to uncheck the Millennium File too?

Re: Suddenly getting shaky leafs for the Millennium File

Posted: 17 Jan 2013 12:28AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have no idea what you are asking.

What is "the Millennium file?"

What version of FTM are you using?

I think you need to reframe your query


John D



Re: Suddenly getting shaky leafs for the Millennium File

Posted: 17 Jan 2013 12:43AM GMT
Classification: Query
The FTM version is 2012.

The text below is copy/pasted from Ancestry.

Source Information

Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003.
Original data: Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting.

About Millennium File



The Millennium File is a database created by the Institute of Family Research to track the records of its clients and the results of its professional research. It contains more than 880,000 linked family records, with lineages from throughout the world, including colonial America, the British Isles, Switzerland, and Germany. Many of these lineages extend back to nobility and renowned historical figures. In fact, one of the things the Millennium File focuses on is linking to European nobility and royalty. A good way to have success in using this database is identify at least one Gateway Ancestor. A Gateway Ancestor is an early American immigrant who has been identified as having roots in British or European nobility. In this database there are about 300 Gateway Ancestors, or in other words, there are about 300 individuals who have proven ties to nobility or royalty. Source information is also provided in this database, making it easier to verify the accuracy of the research done. The Millennium File is a compiled source and is similar in form to other linked databases, such as Ancestry World Tree. Databases like these are great starting points for beginning your research. It is always good to find out what others have already learned and compiled about your ancestors.

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