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Published : 8 October 2008 - 9:09:44am

This is your personal ancestral file on the web. To view living people or edit this tree, Login at right, then request New User. Or to use the family guest account, telephone Tom Haws or email the Webmaster using the link below.

You can work on your genealogy here just like you could on your home computer, but your work will be coordinated with your relatives who are also online. Your work will also be available to you from any internet computer in the world.

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LDS Church testing collaborative world tree
Published : 23 March 2007 - 10:19:40am

The LDS Church at is now in the beta 2 phase of testing a web application much like phpGedView ‏(the application that powers this site)‏.

Demonstrated advantages over a site like this include the following:

-One central tree
-Connection of unlimited instances of the same person into one record without lossy merging
-Automatic searching of 500,000,000 people and manual \"combining\"/connecting

Disadvantages at the moment appear to include:

-No media files ‏(photos, sounds, etc.)‏
-Sources being converted to notes

I have tested it and I am very impressed and anxious to move this site.
This GEDCOM's Favorites  (4)
David Moses Haws ‎(I185)‎
Birth 11 June 1892 33 34 Colonia Juarez, , Chihuahua, Mexico
Death 9 April 1978 ‏(Age 85)‏ Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona
Glenna B. Hatch ‎(I196)‎
Birth 25 September 1895 29 25 Thatcher, Graham, Arizona
Death 11 August 1980 ‏(Age 84)‏ Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona
John Henry Cooper ‎(I1100)‎
Birth 19 June 1882 34 31 Washington, Washington, Utah, Usa
Death 1 October 1963 ‏(Age 81)‏ Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona, Usa
Gertrude Luveda Clevenger ‎(I1102)‎
Birth 29 April 1894 40 35 Point Peter, Searcy, Arkansas, Usa
Death 7 July 1979 ‏(Age 85)‏ Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona, Usa
GEDCOM Statistics
K D Haws and R M Cooper Genealogy
This GEDCOM was created using PhpGedView Online Genealogy 4.0.2 stable on 6 November 2006
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Earliest birth yearZachius Clough ‎(I284)‎
Birth about 1736 , , New Hampshire
Latest birth yearThis information is private and cannot be shown.
Earliest death year‏(Given name unknown)‏ White ‎(I1047)‎
Birth about 1760
Death about 1788 ‏(Age 28)‏
Latest death year Richard Wilson Shumway ‎(I1406)‎
Birth 18 April 1922 Lakeside, Navajo, AZ
Death 22 August 2004 ‏(Age 82)‏ Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona, Usa
Person who lived the longest
Truman Reed Cooper ‎(I1207)‎
Birth 10 August 1891 44 40 Pine, Gila, Arizona
Death 16 December 1991 ‏(Age 100)‏ St. George, Washington, Utah
Average age at death
Males: 64   Females: 69
Family with the most children
David Moses Haws + Glenna B. Hatch ‎(F105)‎
Marriage 16 April 1915 Safford, Graham, Arizona
Average number of children per family

Most Common Surnames
K D Haws and R M Cooper Genealogy

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