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Map Your Ancestors on Geneanet

Posted by Jean-Yves on Mar 5, 2018
 

On Geneanet, you can map your family tree or the ancestry of an individual.

This is a fast and interactive way to view all places where your ancestors lived.

A fun and informative way to look at your family history!

1. Map your family tree

Go to your Geneanet family tree, then click ‘Family History > Map’ in the menu as shown below.

This will map all events found in your family tree.

2. Map the ancestors of an individual

Go to the individual in your Geneanet family tree, then click ‘More > Map’ in the top menu bar as shown below.

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I have a tree on ancestry, how do I convert it to a Gedcom file, in very simple instructions. Walk me through !!

Answer from Geneanet:

Please read the following: https://en.geneanet.org/help/export-a-gedcom-file-from-ancestry-com-and-import-it-to-geneanet


Is this possible with My Heritage as well.


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