Last Week at OneGreatFamilySite Activity
228,329 new individual merges!
51,552 new individual hints!
69,939 new family merges!
18,377 new family hints!
99 average individual merges per group
21 average individual hints per group
29 average family merges per group
3 average family hints per group
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wasn't affected by this activity. You may want to add new
individuals or information to your family tree to improve the
likelihood of matches and merges taking place.
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of individuals who have been merged in your family tree during the
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GenMail, will include the following site statistics:
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included here in the newsletter (in the left hand column above).
- Number of new individual merges
- Number of new individual hints
- Number of new family merges
- Number of new family hints
- Average individual merges per group
- Average individual hints per group
- Average family merges per group
- Average family hints per group
These statistics will help you understand how your family
tree compares with the other family branches available in
OneGreatFamily.com and provides context for the group numbers
included within the GenMail message.
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Thanks OneGreatFamily! The following success story
shows what can happen when OneGreatFamily finds information in your
family tree that can be matched and merged with others (edited for
In 1999 I met my new wife. We
had known each other 23 years ago. In the few months that followed I
got to know Mr. Walter Nouch again, and their family history. Walter
thought that he was the last of the Nouch line. Sadly Walter passed
away on the 8th of May 2000. He had fulfilled one dream to see in
the year 2000, but not the other of finding out his full
In July 2000 Cheryl and I married, and I vowed to
myself to find any Nouch's left. Well thanks to OneGreatFamily and
the power of technology I have found many living relatives of the
original line of them dating way back to 1715 (and I think even
beyond that!). I have at present over 1892 names and 653 families
with 496 variants of Nouch's and still growing!
A big thanks
to all who have helped and a Happy Christmas for 2005
you turn over a new leaf, you discover a whole new tree"
In Memory of Walter
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