Thursday, May 14, 2009

13th: Dunbeath

Added a link to the Dunbeath Heritage Centre in the WebPages section.
(and yes, I know that the link to Ralph isn't working).

Sunday, May 10, 2009

10th: General web updates

Check out the revised McADIE Overview Page, and the Lineages Page.
Both have been updated to include some links, related web pages, and stubs for where more information will gradually be added over time, eg Wanted! lines.

I only had a very quick web search for some published M(a)cADIE trees, so if you know of any others already documented online somewhere, send an email to the Compiler address in the footer of the Lineages Pages.

Friday, May 8, 2009

7th: Check it out

Well we seem to be up and running, with all pages at least now accessible. Should you find any missing links, please let me know.

Check out the "Front Door" for the McADIE Surname DNA Project. There's not much behind it as yet, but given time and interest from other McADIE researchers and hopefully a participant or two, it will grow.

If you wish to be listed as a M(a)cADIE, or other variant, researcher, again, send an email (contact details on the footer of the web pages under Compiler) and you can be added to the Researcher index. Email addresses are encrypted.

Pedigrees, biased towards male lines for dna participants, are also welcome. Outline pedigrees will be posted on the Project Summary Patriarchs pages held on the World Families Network site, (rather bereft as yet, haven't had too much time to tweak the standard pages).
Those with participants and linkages to others also included in the McADIE DNA Projects Portal pages behind the Front Door above.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

6th: Welcome

Welcome to the Project Diary for the newly created McADIE Surname DNA Project.

Summary information (dna result grid, and outline pedigrees) will be available on the WorldFamilies Network pages.

Supplementary information, including links to assorted McADIE (and variants) surname related pages will be available on the DNA Projects Portal.

All McADIE (and variant) surnamed males are most welcome to join in the fun of seeing where dna can take our genealogy.