This page is what the name implies; from here you have a starting point to navigate the rest of the site. The two images on the page are John Robert Dunn on the left and Alexander Biggar on the right.
The link will take you to the family tree information, showing relationship information for people in the list. Each name that has an underline below it is a link to the next level of the tree. If a name appears without an underline, that shows that there is no further information related to that person or there is not extension to their family tree.
The surname list is a list of all the surnames that have been gathered thus far in alphabetical order.
This index is a list of all the first names listed under each related surname in the database.
The GEDCOM file is a text file that can be used to import all the data that I have gathered into your own family tree program.
This page is a collection of documents that I have gathered over the past 7 years. Much of the information gathered is summaries of what I have read. Some are exact extracts from documents that I have found of the internet.
This is a collection of pictures that I have been sent by some members of the family.
Can you please enter as much data as you can and please be as accurate as possible!
This form is placed to make it possible for family members to send in personal data that, if validated, can be added to the family tree. This data need not necessarily be that of the person filling in the form, it can be data for other family members as well.
|Name:||First name of the person that you are entering data for.|
|Surname:||The given surname of the person that you are entering data for.|
|Email Address:||A valid email address preferable the email address of the person that is entering the data into this form.|
|Nickname:||If you have a nickname that people have given to the related person.|
|Gender:||Male, Female or unknown|
|Birth Date:||Date of birth|
|Place of Birth:||Place of birth.|
|Christening Date:||Christening date if known.|
|Place of Christening:||Place of christening, if known|
|Death Date:||Place of death, if the person is no longer with us.|
|Burial Date:||Place of burial.|
|Reset:||This will clear the form.|
|Submit Data:||This will submit the data that you have entered and be passed on to the database after it has been validated. You will also receive and email confirming the fact that you have successfully sent your data in for processing.|
This form is placed to make it possible for family members to send in family related data.
|Email Address:||The email address of the person that is entering the data into the form.|
|Primary Persons Name:||The name of the primary person that's data will be entered.|
|Father's Name:||Primary person's fathers name|
|Mother's Maiden Name:||Primary person's mothers maiden name.|
|Father's Fathers name (Grand Father):||Primary person's grand fathers name, Father's side of the family.|
|Father's Mothers Maiden Name (Grand Mother):||Primary person's grand mothers name for the father's side of the family.|
|Mother's Fathers Name (Grand Father):||Primary person's grand father for the mother's side of the family.|
|Mother's Mothers Maiden Name (Grand Mother):||Primary person's grand mother for the mother's side of the family.|
|Reset:||This will clear the form.|
|Submit Data:||This will submit the data that you have entered and be passed on to the database for validation. You will also receive and email confirming the fact that you have successfully sent your data in for processing.|
This is a little explanation of how I fit into the Dunn family and what my thought were of being added to the family.
This is a short summary of the history of John Dunn as see through my eyes, based on the facts and fiction that I have read and gathered up to now.
This is the same as the link from the family tree area, it is a link to Dunn family documents that I have gather, copied or created.
This contact list is available if you have any questions of me of any other person listed in the contact list.
This registration form is placed here for anyone that is interested in registering as a Dunn Descendant
This forum is currently not active
This forum is an area that can be used as:-
In the form, after you have registered you can carry out a few actions. The first place that you will arrive at when entering the forum is the Forum Index. This is where there is a list of all the different message boards available for reading. You can either read others message boards or create one of your own. On the right hand side of the listings you will see how many replies that each ic has had. At the of the page there is an indication of the user that is logged in, a settings tab and a logout tab.
Under this tab you can add an avatar (picture) to appear next to your username in the forum. The credentials for the picture are that it should be no larger than 90 x 90 pixels. Once you have navigated to the image on your local hard drive, by using the browse button, you can click on the upload button to add the image to your settings. The crop feature is there to reduce the side if the image that you have loaded, there is a restriction to this in that it will not reduce the entire picture, but it will only show a small portion the size of 90 x 90 of the original image. So you might end up with a only part of the original image if you do not follow the guidelines.
This does what it says and logs the user out of the forum.
The rest of the settings page is exactly the same as the registration page; this is only here in the event that you would like to change any of your registration details.
Webmail is a feature that is available to users that have requested a firstname.lastname@example.org email address, from this link you can have access to your email anywhere as long as you have access to a standard web browser and have access to the internet. It is a secure website, so while you are reading your email, no-one else can read or access your content. Also after you have completed reading your mail and you log out, none of your mailbox will be left on the computer that you have used to read your mail.
This is a webpage with some interesting links that you might want to explore.