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What's New on the Site
McCartney's Journeys in Genealogy, which contains my McCartney family history and some articles about genealogy and history will on occasion be modified and various pages will be added, updated or removed. It is an on-going process to add more data, particularly in the research area.
This page will contain a list of the most recent changes and/or additions to the site. The changes will be shown in reverse chronological order.
It has been some time since we have had need to make changes to the site, but there has been a major breakthrough in our genealogical research. We were contacted by Russell Grimshaw, family historian for the Anderson/Hanson Families. The webmaster's mother was an Anderson and Russell has given us her genealogy back to the webmaster' great-grandfather.
Also we re-evaluated the data for the webmaster's great-great-great-grandfather, Andrew, causing major changes to his page.
All this led to adding new three pages and correcting three pages.
Additional changes include:
The entire site has undergone a redesign. While much of the site content has remained the same, the appearance has changed, several new items have been added and many have been removed.
First, regarding the removals, the postings from other McCartney researchers are no longer available on this site. Over time, many of the people who posted here changed their email addresses. They never notified the webmaster so that the postings could be corrected. This resulted in no-one being able to contact them. It is not helpful to anyone and time consuming for the webmaster to try to find these people, Therefore, the postings are no longer available.
In McCartney Research, in place of the postings, we have added two new pages.
The County Antrim page is data we encountered during our research. We have data from several other sources which will be transcribed as time allows and then added to the site.
Please use the navigation to the left or the site map to find what you are looking for. You may also use the search facility to find specific topics.