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=Genealogy Examples=
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== In the wild ==
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Per the microformats [[process]], towards the development of a [[genealogy]] microformat, this page documents real world examples of genealogy related publishing on the web.
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== In the wild ==
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*There are 3500 genealogy pages emitting Bday, and dstart/ dtends for birth, death and possibly other dates at [http://genealogy.wikia.com/index.php?title=Special:WhatLinksHere/Template:Info_table_person&from=70556&back=0&limit=500 genealogy.wikia.com].  Representation of larger numbers of events (occupation, residence, military service events) is hampered by the requirement of using <a> links for rel-tags.  Wikimedia engine based knowledgebases at wikia and Wikipedia foundation wikis prohibit use of <a> links, so none of the rel-tag representation of the edges (where pages are nodes, and edges are typed links) can be expressed. 
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*e-familytree.net [http://www.e-familytree.net/F0/F335.htm] - my genealogy website which I think I've embedded hcards in.  This is my grandfathers family page.  If you look at him, the hcard includes birthdate and some x-fields for death, marriage dates and locations.  I'd appreciate comments! Rob Salzman - genealogy@e-familytee.net
*The Dring tree [http://www.sussexbarn.com/dring/web/dring/pafg01.htm] for an interesting family tree website.  
*The Dring tree [http://www.sussexbarn.com/dring/web/dring/pafg01.htm] for an interesting family tree website.  
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*[http://www.comp.utas.edu.au/users/rsmith/levett/wc01/wc01_045.html this family group] is pretty much a direct translation of a gedcom FAM structure, but with some names added to the links. It also includes back links to parents.
 
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**[http://www.comp.utas.edu.au/users/rsmith/levett/ps02/ps02_361.html an individual from the same tree] This is basically an INDI record from GEDCOM. It is generated by "[http://www.leisterpro.com/ Reunion for Macintosh]".
 
*[http://jay.askren.net/Projects/SemWeb/FamilyTrees/AbrahamLincoln.html Family tree of Abraham Lincoln].
*[http://jay.askren.net/Projects/SemWeb/FamilyTrees/AbrahamLincoln.html Family tree of Abraham Lincoln].
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill Winston Churchill in Wikipedia]. Note unstructured genealogy in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill#Early_life 'early life' section].
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill Winston Churchill in Wikipedia]. Note unstructured genealogy in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill#Early_life 'early life' section].
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*[http://changelog.ca/topic/Helen%20Elizabeth%20Kerr Helen Elizabeth Kerr]
*[http://changelog.ca/topic/Helen%20Elizabeth%20Kerr Helen Elizabeth Kerr]
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*West Midland Bird Club - Norris
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**[http://www.westmidlandbirdclub.com/club/press/Indie2005-04-08.htm prose including date of marriage, date of death; the names of his wife and father-in-law; the fact that he had two daughters; and his father's job]
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**[http://www.westmidlandbirdclub.com/club/press/bn-31-9.htm prose reference to his father-in-law]
For additional examples of related information, see [[gender-examples]].
For additional examples of related information, see [[gender-examples]].
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==Not from the wild==
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Pages specifically designed to be demonstrations of how to mark up genealogies in HTML.
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* [http://buzzword.org.uk/2008/queenvic-20080830 A Partial Family Tree for Queen Victoria] — demonstration page illustrating how genealogies can be marked up using hCard, hCalendar and XFN+RDFa.
==See also==
==See also==
{{genealogy-related-pages}}
{{genealogy-related-pages}}

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Per the microformats process, towards the development of a genealogy microformat, this page documents real world examples of genealogy related publishing on the web.

In the wild

For additional examples of related information, see gender-examples.

Not from the wild

Pages specifically designed to be demonstrations of how to mark up genealogies in HTML.

See also

Genealogy Examples was last modified: Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

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