genealogical software applications listed here have been discontinued and are no
longer being developed. However, you will still find packages of the software
available for sale despite the lack of support.
(no URL) The descendent of the Macintosh genealogical application Reunion. Basic format of
Generations was that of a 3x5 card. The
last version of the software included a 3D viewer of family data. Generations was typically sold in sets that included data CDs. User
information may be found at
Family Atlas for
Windows The five diskette software was originally sold by Parsons
Technology. The application does run on the newest operating system, Windows
XP Professional, SP1. Apparently a few copies can still be found on the Internet for
sale. Family Atlas for Windows allows you to import a GEDCOM file of
data and identify where on a USA (or world) map those individual events occurred.
Family Atlas for Windows also includes 'article' describing
selected locations. The
map on the Migrations of
a Huyck Family was created using Family Atlas for Windows.
Family Origins has been a long-time Windows genealogy application
that offered excellent features. Those features evolved with each new
release of the software. The developer of Family Origins now offers
Ultimate Family Tree
(no URL) -- The descendent of the DOS genealogy application Roots,
Ultimate Family Tree was a 16-bit application when discontinued. This
was a premier genealogical application, offering many advanced features such
as linking multiple individuals to a single event recording (such as
censuses), assigning sources to parts of an event date or location, and much
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