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TreeViewer on Dalriada Tomcat
The site will allow anyone to browse the Coleman family tree, and registered users only to make alterations and add new information. It is similar to our companion site for the Britten family tree which can be accessed via treeHome.html?db=BrittenTreeDB
The database has just 5 principal tables, which are inter-linked. A good place to start is the latest Coleman
, which opens in Adobe Reader - use its Marquee Zoom and Hand tools to zoom and pan the chart. Then continue from whichever list you like from the links in the Main Menu below.
TreeViewer on Java
LAST UPDATE AT 14 November 2018 - DON'T MISS:
- FYI ColemanTree Viewer has made the leap from a laptop on my desk at home to my new Virtual Private Server running in 'the cloud' at dalriada-vps.org.uk
- great new ColemanTreeMap showing most of our UK places. Zoom or drag it as usual, then click on a marker for a link to the place via Tomcat.
- new Family Tree Blog at dalriada.org.uk, which I fixed up retrospectively - nothing you haven't seen before actually, but take a look
- Updated place - Rhosneigr, Anglesey with new photos from Liz via DalriadaWiki
- updated Derry descendancy chart to track relatives mentioned in MargaretDerryLetter1 and MargaretDerryLetter2
- Margaret Derry's notes on Transfrogrification
- resurrected Relationship Calculator how do you relate to whoever ?
- I have recently re-engineered the whole site from Ruby on Rails, running remotely at dalriada.org.uk via eukhost to Java on Tomcat, running locally at dalriada84epa.plus.com:8080/Webapp01/home.html via an old laptop on my desk. You may not notice much difference - the photo scrapbook is a bit quicker and undoubtedly there are quite a few re-engineering bugs, please let me know when you find them!
- Great wee image of the Major sisters ca. 1808? See John Major (1774-) = Ellen Holt (1774-1841)  - thanks to Tom Robinson, who supplied it
- Latest findings from Wolverhampton see Coleman hunting in Wolverhampton posts in NEWS blog at dalriada.org.uk
- New, improved, Photo Scrapbook, with ALL our pics, and links to related pages.
- Great new Hourglass and Family Lines diagrams, the latter has Derrys as well as Colemans. Use your browser to zoom and pan as required.
- Uncle Ned in oils by Charles Heath Wilson
- Liz Reading and John Coleman meet in Glasgow
- New Derry tree details from Liz Reading, beginning at Elizabeth Curtis (1850-) , Liz's great grandmother - and Sarah Derry's daughter
- Addition of Frank Norton's ten siblings! - discovered via the 1851 Census at Lincoln, 287 High St.
- New Medical Officer of Health section for C.J. Coleman after our recent visit to Lincolnshire.
- New Ancestry Report in PDF format - good because it includes spear and distaff sides
- New Descendancy Report in PDF format
- Thomas Coleman's bank - and bankruptcy in 1826.
- Freemasonry - C.J. Coleman (1874-1956) was a Freemason
- The first example of Catherine Major's letters, now transcribed at Catharine Major (1796-)
- New images from Liz Wake, including Sarah Day's sampler and elephants and submarine cable in C.J. Coleman's Cableship Letters
- Now with great new Personal timeline on each Person page
- updated Derry descendancy chart with improved Curtis... branch based on re-modelling from new research
- lots of new images, uploaded from Margaret Derry's photo collections - check out 2 new ones of her with Philip in 1920 and 1940 ! You will have to hunt for the rest.
- updated Coleman descendancy chart now including more accurate dates
- lots of new Derry... branches including new Derry descendancy chart based on Margaret Derry's notes and Catherine Farber's Genes Reunited tree
- Pair names (Fname) now include full forenames
- new Church Stretton places - start from Thomas Bernard Coleman
- new people content at ids: 13,14,73 and 95 - check out the price of leeches at only 6 beds for the poor
- new image links to newman-family-tree.net
- first census records...
- Herbert Edward Palmer (1880-1961) - Lyric and narrative poet
- Uncle Ned's Family Notes
- C.J. Coleman's Cableship Letters
- Lots more including new family photos provided by Trish Hedges