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11 Comments on "Contact"

  1. Charles Dye | June 13, 2018 at 12:57 pm |

    Thomas, I’ve used Legacy with a Windows computer but now have switched to a Mac. There is no Legacy software for the Mac. What Mac genealogy system do you recommend that would migrate my Legacy files?

  2. Anonymous | June 3, 2018 at 7:10 pm |

    I’m not trying to be critical but From:”You Can Do This…” last sentence –
    “Starting with quick and easy inventory and organizing tips, we’ll move on to creating a strategic plan to final get this photo project done!”
    did you intend for the word to be “final” or perhaps finally???

  3. Yes Diane – please contact me at and we can discuss.


  4. Hello Thomas,
    I watched your webinar on February 21, 2018, that was organized by the Southern California Genealogical Society (SCGS) titled ‘Navigating the Seven C’s of Genealogy’. I was so pleased with the information, that I asked the Board of Directors at Root Cellar – Sacramento Genealogical Society (You were our speaker for our Spring Seminar on March 16, 2013; I was the Seminar Co-Chair at that time.), if I could check with you about purchasing a copy for our various teaching sessions we do throughout the year. They said “Yes!” We have monthly evening meetings and daytime workshops, and beginning classes each Fall, where it would be shown, thus purchasing a copy would make it more easily accessible. Would it be possible to purchase a copy from you? Sincerely, Diane Maltase, Root Cellar Past President, and Programs Co-Chair

  5. Good Morning Thomas!
    As always, I enjoyed your most recent webcast on Legacy, and appreciate the information on research checklists. I have a rather general question that relates to that and the Do-Over, and research in general.
    If I have a book from a distant library loaned to me through my local library, say, a local history book, would it be more advantageous to my research to simply focus on the individual I am currently working on, or to take the time to follow references of other people of the same surname (I’m not talking about common surnames, such as Smith)? I am extremely attracted to BSOs and try to stay focused, but it seems a waste of time and effort to not fully make use of a source while I have it in my hands. Otherwise I will have to order it out again, and again, etc. Of course, this can also be the case when I see other surnames that are in my tree…. Oh dear! I just want to be as thorough as possible and use my limited research time wisely.

    Thank you!

  6. Joan Conley | October 1, 2017 at 12:03 pm |

    I am the Newsletter Editor for our Camrose Branch of the Alberta Genealogical Society. One of our members was on the Legacy cruise with you, and forwarded your e-mail to me. I am always looking for interesting, informative articles for our newsletter.
    How do I request copies of the articles available for printing in our newsletter? Please reply to my e-address below. I will, of course, credit you and/or your website.
    Thanks, Joan p.s. I choose not to use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.

  7. Hello Lorne and Lanna!

    1. I don’t make it up to Ontario often to lecture but I am usually at the OGS conference each year it is in Toronto
    2. Have you contacted Legacy about your Windows 10 compatibility issues?


  8. Lorne & Lanna Thompson | September 1, 2017 at 3:46 pm |

    Love your webinars – wish you were coming to Ontario Canada for a tech lecture!
    We are really fed-up with Windows 10 when there is a major upgrade. It totally messes up my and my wife’s Legacy Family Tree. AND my wife needs help with pictures in Legacy. My question: do you know if there are good tech people or guides that work with Windows 10 and Legacy Family Tree. We are afraid to have the local Best Buy techs further mess up our Legacy. Or do you give 1-1 sessions to get us back on track???

  9. Thanks Barbara for your comment and I’m glad you enjoyed the webinar. You can get all the same info – except for the interaction between participants – as on Facebook by visiting the website at This outlines the program for 2017. Also, you can see all the older posts and what we’ve done in 2016 and 2015 by visiting


  10. Barbara Kenzer | January 19, 2017 at 10:48 pm |

    Hello Thomas,
    I was fortunate to listen to your webinar at Cook Library on January 19th. Like you, I am a baby boomer. Went back to school graduated and could not find a job in my field or not in my field. I became interested in Genealogy and I am forever hooked. I am not on Facebook, and I choose not to be. Is there any other way to find information. I am not having a easy time finding my family. My Father passed away last year and there is no living relatives on his side or my Mothers side. I am at a stand still trying to find information about my Great grandparents, coming from Poland/Russia. Why didn’t we ask the questions when we had a chance! I have spend a lot of time on finding information on them not only for myself, but for my Mom. Do you have any suggestions? I have been on Ancestry many times at?
    Thank you
    Barbara Kenzer

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