This page is used to explain the features that we use in our website. If you encountered some problems that we do not mention in this section, let us know in an e-mail.

Moving Around (navigating) Within our Website

You have three different tools that you can use to move around from page to page within this website:

  • first, by using your browser. If you use Netscape or Microsoft Internet Explorer, you can move to the previous page by clicking the right button on your mouse (right-clicking) anywhere on the current page (which brings up a small Popup window) and then left-clicking the 'BACK'  option in the small Popup window. Or, you can also move backward by left-clicking on the BACK icon of your browser menu at the top of your window. By the way, you can move forward by selecting 'FORWARD' in the small Popup window or by clicking the 'FORWARD' icon of your browser menu. Try it now by going BACK to the page where you were last, and then returning to this page by going FORWARD.
  • second, by using the 'links' at the bottom of each page. Each page (including this page) has a complete set of 'navigation' links that will allow you to go to any part of this website just by left-clicking on the section you wish to go to next. Notice that the top line includes links to go to the previous page, the home page, the Table of Contents and to the next page. The second and third line of links include the main sections of the website. Since each page has a full set of 'navigation' links, you can move around the main sections as you wish. Note that these links do not include the detailed sections of the archive. In fact, since the archive is automatically generated by Legacy 3.0 from Millennia.the navigation links are a little different but basically uses the same idea.

  • third, you may move around the website by using the Table of Contents section. The Table of Contents includes links to all sections of the website including the detailed sections of the archive.
Notes, End Notes, References, Credits and Illustrations

In this website, we use "Notes" only in our archive section to provide additional information on individuals that are recorded in our archive. The word [Notes]indicates that a note is available for that individual. Click on [Notes]to go to the notes page for that individual. The notes are numerically keyed.

In the other sections of our website, we use "End Notes" to provide supplementary information.  An End Note is identified by a superscripted number like this10. Click on the end note number to go to the end note and return to the section that you are reading by using the BACK button on your browser (as explained above).

Also, wherever possible, we identify our references by using the [ref: 5] notation. Again, click on the reference number to go to the reference and return to the section that you are reading by using the BACK button on your browser (as explained above).

If we use graphics, figures or illustrations that were created by someone else whether it is copyrighted or not, we will present the credits in a note that is embedded within the illustration. To view the credit, simply move your cursor over the illustration. The credit will appear in a box. We also use that approach to explain  illustrations and photographs. For example, if you move your cursor on any of the flags on the home page, a boxed note will be displayed which explains the flags.

Capturing, Downloading and Storing Information from this Website

Feel free to print, download and store any part(s) of this website including the archive. (Please note however that our copyright prohibits the commercial re-use of these materials. If you wish to use these materials in your family or genealogy website, please drop us a courtesy e-mail to let us know.)

  • Viewing Illustrations. Some of our illustrations are displayed in a smaller size and may be viewed at their original size by right-clicking on the illustration and selecting the VIEW IMAGE menu option. The image will be displayed in a separate window that you can close when you're finished viewing the image.
  • Sending Illustrations and Pages by E-Mail. With the image window open, you may further send a copy of the image to an e-mail address by right clicking on the image and selecting the SEND PAGE menu option. You may send the entire page by right clicking on the original web page and selecting the SEND PAGE menu option.
  • Downloading and Storing Illustrations and Pages. You may also download and store the illustration on your system by right-clicking on the illustration and selecting the SAVE IMAGE AS menu option.

  • Printing Illustrations and Pages. With the image window open, you may print the image by clicking on your browser's PRINT icon or selecting FILE-PRINT on your browser menu. And, you may print the entire page by left clicking on the page you wish to print and selecting the FILE-PRINT menu option on your browser. Please note that a web page often is longer than one paper page. Therefore, some web pages may actually be several pages long. The locations of thte page breaks will vary according to your printer.