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Blog Post Demonstration

Blog Post Demonstration

This post was created to demonstrate some of the advanced blogging features built into . The demonstration will concentrate on those features that can be embedded within blog post content. The post is based on one that is included in the sample.xml configuration file found in the distributions. The sample.xml configuration can be loaded and run to create a sample blog with a post similar to this one. Since this blog was built with Innuendo [1], the examples will only include features that are common to both applications. Gigatrees includes additional and extended blogging features.


Hashtags

Embedded hashtags are supported. Hashtags will be automatically recognized and linked when the # symbol is found. The minimum embedded hashtag size can be set using the "Blog" option. Spaces can be included in embedded hashtags by added a dash to the tag. The dash will be included in the hashtag, but stripped from the display. The hashtag was created this way using #Sample-Tag. External hashtags are also supported and can be added on the "Blog Post" edit screen. External hashtags are used for tagging posts without embedding the hashtag into the posts' content. This post sets the #Blogging hashtag externally. All hashtags can be viewed at the bottom of this page.


Embedded HTML

Embedding HTML, PHP, and Javascript is supported. For instance, this paragraph is created using the <p> tag so that the first line is indented. Other common paragraph elements are <em> (italics), <b> (bold), <u> (underline) and <strike> (strikethrough). You can also create your own styles or override existing styles. For instance <style>pre {white-space: pre-wrap;}</style> has been added to this post to force wrapping incide the <pre> tag.

You can also use <blockquote> to quote text:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean volutpat commodo felis, id molestie tellus dictum eu. Nunc et sem non libero pharetra ornare non a sapien. Donec id ultrices nunc. Sed nec odio vel tortor mattis cursus. Vivamus egestas, mauris a ultrices tempus, metus eros porttitor sapien, vel posuere risus metus eget diam. Nulla volutpat hendrerit faucibus. Vestibulum et dui sit amet lorem venenatis venenatis dignissim vitae dui. Nunc odio felis, faucibus id iaculis sit amet, iaculis vel lorem. Nam suscipit convallis fermentum. Proin euismod libero et eros suscipit ullamcorper. Vestibulum ac ipsum massa.


Dropcaps

Dropcaps can be used to begin paragraphs with a flare. You can add a dropcap as I did in this paragraph using <span class="dropcap">D</span>ropcaps ... , where the "dropcap" class already exists in the default stylesheet.

Tooltips

Two types of tooltips are supported. Popovers are a fixed width, and are light colored. Tooltips fall above, can vary in width, and are dark colored. Both permit embedding HTML and hyperlinks. Tooltips are used in the next section in the table titles.

The popover was created using: <a name="" data-toggle="popover" title="I'm a popover<hr/><a href="http://gigatrees.com">Gigatrees Home Page</a>">Popovers</a>.

The tooltip was created using: <a name="" data-toggle="tooltip" title="I'm a tooltip<hr/><a href="http://gigatrees.com">Gigatrees Home Page</a>">Tooltips</a>.


Responsive Tables

You can create responsive tables. Responsive tables will automatically compact your table into a vertical labelled list when the screen size is or becomes too small to fit the table horizontally. This ensures that all table data is visible to your readers, and does not scroll horizontally off screen or into a scrollable box. To see this in action, and if your viewing screen can be resized, try narrowing the display until the table compacts. Responsive tables use the contents of the <thead> element as the row labels when compacted. To define a responsive table, you simply set the <table> class to grtable. See

<table class="table-hover table-condensed grtable gt-table-blog">
<thead>
<tr><th>Line</th>
<th>Name</th>
<th>Age</th>
<th>Gender</th>
<th>Occupation</th>
<th><a name="" data-toggle="tooltip" title="Real Estate Value">REV</a></th>
<th><a name="" data-toggle="tooltip" title="Place of Birth">POB</a></th>
<th>Newlywed</th>
<th>Attended School</th>
<th><a name="" data-toggle="tooltip" title="Cannot Read or Write">Illiterate</a></th>
<th>Blind, Etc.</th>
</tr>
</thead>
<tbody>
<tr><td>11</td><td>Sarah Pond</td><td>70</td><td>Female</td><td></td><td></td><td>PA</td><td></td><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
<tr><td>12</td><td>Alfrede Pond</td><td>39</td><td>Male</td><td>Farmer</td><td>$1200</td><td>KY</td><td></td><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
<tr><td>13</td><td>Joseph Pond</td><td>24</td><td>Male</td><td>Farmer</td><td>$600</td><td>KY</td><td></td><td></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
<tr><td>14</td><td>Margaret Layson</td><td>97</td><td>Female</td><td></td><td></td><td>NY</td><td></td><td></td><td></td><td>Deaf & Blind</td></tr>
</tbody>
</table>
<div class="caption">{ref:S2}, Houston, Adams County, Illinois, Dwelling: 33, Family: 33</div>
 
LineNameAgeGenderOccupationREVPOBNewlywedAttended SchoolIlliterateBlind, Etc.
11Sarah Pond70FemalePA
12Alfrede Pond39MaleFarmer$1200KY
13Joseph Pond24MaleFarmer$600KY
14Margaret Layson97FemaleNYDeaf & Blind
1850 United States Federal Census [2], Houston, Adams County, Illinois, Dwelling: 33, Family: 33


Preformatted text

Responsive tables look good, but if you have many columns to display or if you have just a few rows, you might prefer to transform your table and use the preformatted HTML tag (<pre>) to show fixed-width text. For instance, the same table above might be formatted as shown here. Unlike responsive tables, preformatted text will show a horizontal scroll bar on small screens. See

<pre>
Line: 11 12 13 14
Name: Sarah Pond Alfrede Joseph Margaret Layson
Age: 70 39 24 97
Gender: Male Male Male Female
Race:
Occupation: Farmer Farmer
Real Estate Value: 1200 600
POB (Place of Birth): Pa Ky Ky N.Y.
Newlywed:
Attended School:
Cannot Read or Write:
Blind, etc.: Deaf & Blind
</pre>
<div class="caption">{ref:S2}, Houston, Adams County, Illinois, Dwelling: 33, Family: 33</div>
 
Line:                  11          12       13      14
Name: Sarah Pond Alfrede Joseph Margaret Layson
Age: 70 39 24 97
Gender: Male Male Male Female
Race:
Occupation: Farmer Farmer
Real Estate Value: 1200 600
POB (Place of Birth): Pa Ky Ky N.Y.
Newlywed:
Attended School:
Cannot Read or Write:
Blind, etc.: Deaf & Blind
1850 United States Federal Census [3], Houston, Adams County, Illinois, Dwelling: 33, Family: 33


Toggles

Toggles can be used to provide additional content when clicked. They display a help cursor when hovered over, and expand when clicked. They can be set to initialize open using a class of "collapse in" or closed using a class of "collapse". They are good for providing help in headings or for compressing text. When using multiple toggle on a single page as I've done here, you must give each a different id. The id is used in 4 places as can be seen in the example. To view the code used to generate the table above, See

<a role="button" data-toggle="collapse" href="#collapse2" aria-expanded="false" aria-controls="collapse2"><span id="2" style="cursor: help;">Code</span></a>
<div id="collapse2" class="collapse"><div class="well">
<pre>
<pre>
Line: 11 12 13 14
Name: Sarah Pond Alfrede Joseph Margaret Layson
Age: 70 39 24 97
Gender: Male Male Male Female
Race:
Occupation: Farmer Farmer
Real Estate Value: 1200 600
POB (Place of Birth): Pa Ky Ky N.Y.
Newlywed:
Attended School:
Cannot Read or Write:
Blind, etc.: Deaf & Blind
</pre>
<div class="caption">{ref:S2}, Houston, Adams County, Illinois, Dwelling: 33, Family: 33</div>
</pre>
</div></div>

Embedded References

Blog Posts support adding embedded references to source citations, to blog post records, to media images and for Gigatrees only, to an individual's genealogical record. Embedded references are in the form of {ref:id[#item][@description]}. Embedded references can also be used to add text-only footnotes using the form {ref:@description}. In order to demonstrate these features, several sample have been added to this blog. See

<Sources>
<Source>
<Id> S1 </Id>
<Category> original </Category>
<Bibliography> </Bibliography>
<Footnote> </Footnote>
<ShortFootnote> </ShortFootnote>
<IbidFootnote> </IbidFootnote>
<Author> </Author>
<SuplAuth> </SuplAuth>
<Title> 1840 United States Federal Census </Title>
<SubTitle> </SubTitle>
<Jurisdiction> Ancestry.com. </Jurisdiction>
<Collection> </Collection>
<Volume> </Volume>
<PageRange> </PageRange>
<Format> [database on-line] </Format>
<Publisher> Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. </Publisher>
<PubDate> 2010 </PubDate>
<PubPlace> Provo, UT, USA </PubPlace>
<Section> </Section>
<WebsiteOwner> </WebsiteOwner>
<WebsiteTitle> </WebsiteTitle>
<WebsiteUrl> </WebsiteUrl>
<AccessDate> </AccessDate>
<RecordType> </RecordType>
<RecordTitle> </RecordTitle>
<RecordPageRange> </RecordPageRange>
<ItemOfInterest> </ItemOfInterest>
<RecordDate> </RecordDate>
<Detail> Images reproduced by FamilySearch. </Detail>
<RepositoryLocator> </RepositoryLocator>
<Repository> </Repository>
<Original> Sixth Census of the United States, 1840. (NARA microfilm publication M704, 580 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. </Original>
<Private> </Private>
<Subtitle> </Subtitle>
</Source>
<Source>
<Id> S2 </Id>
<Category> original </Category>
<Bibliography> </Bibliography>
<Footnote> </Footnote>
<ShortFootnote> </ShortFootnote>
<IbidFootnote> </IbidFootnote>
<Author> </Author>
<SuplAuth> </SuplAuth>
<Title> 1850 United States Federal Census </Title>
<SubTitle> </SubTitle>
<Jurisdiction> Ancestry.com. </Jurisdiction>
<Collection> </Collection>
<Volume> </Volume>
<PageRange> </PageRange>
<Format> [database on-line] </Format>
<Publisher> Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. </Publisher>
<PubDate> 2009 </PubDate>
<PubPlace> Provo, UT, USA </PubPlace>
<Section> </Section>
<WebsiteOwner> </WebsiteOwner>
<WebsiteTitle> </WebsiteTitle>
<WebsiteUrl> </WebsiteUrl>
<AccessDate> </AccessDate>
<RecordType> </RecordType>
<RecordTitle> </RecordTitle>
<RecordPageRange> </RecordPageRange>
<ItemOfInterest> </ItemOfInterest>
<RecordDate> </RecordDate>
<Detail> Images reproduced by FamilySearch. </Detail>
<RepositoryLocator> </RepositoryLocator>
<Repository> </Repository>
<Original> Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C. </Original>
<Private> </Private>
<Subtitle> </Subtitle>
</Source>
<Source>
<Id> S3 </Id>
<Category> original </Category>
<Bibliography> </Bibliography>
<Footnote> </Footnote>
<ShortFootnote> </ShortFootnote>
<IbidFootnote> </IbidFootnote>
<Author> Walter Kroncite </Author>
<SuplAuth> Bob Olgenthorpe </SuplAuth>
<Title> Sample Source </Title>
<SubTitle> A Place For Me </SubTitle>
<Jurisdiction> </Jurisdiction>
<Collection> </Collection>
<Volume> 4 </Volume>
<PageRange> 1-200 </PageRange>
<Format> book </Format>
<Publisher> Self Published </Publisher>
<PubDate> 1993 </PubDate>
<PubPlace> Washington, D.C. </PubPlace>
<Section> Chapter 3 </Section>
<WebsiteOwner> Gigatrees.com </WebsiteOwner>
<WebsiteTitle> Gigatrees </WebsiteTitle>
<WebsiteUrl> http://gigatrees.com </WebsiteUrl>
<AccessDate> April 17, 2017 </AccessDate>
<RecordType> deed </RecordType>
<RecordTitle> Deed for Payton Place </RecordTitle>
<RecordPageRange> 23-34 </RecordPageRange>
<ItemOfInterest> hair color: blue </ItemOfInterest>
<RecordDate> 1904 </RecordDate>
<Detail> documents found in trunk </Detail>
<RepositoryLocator> CN454 </RepositoryLocator>
<Repository> Kroncite Library, 1200 National, Newark, N. J. </Repository>
<Original> Bob Publishers, Baltimore, MD, 1920 </Original>
<Private> </Private>
<Subtitle> </Subtitle>
</Source>
</Sources>

When sources citations are referenced, they are added to the Footnotes area at the bottom of the blog post page. In this first example, I added an embedded reference to Sample Source [4] providing the source citation ID only: <em>{ref:S3}</em>. The source title was used as the default description. For Gigatrees, the source title would be linked to the source record. A footnote number is also provided. Footnote numbers are allocated in the order they are found. Hovering over the footnote number displays the full source citation. The source citation footnote template in the configuration is used to display the citation in the Footnotes area of the post, which can be easily accessed by clicking on the footnote number. Clicking on the footnote number while in the Footnotes area takes you back to the footnote reference. Criss-cross, criss-cross. You can also provide an alternate description for the source [5], which I did here using {ref:S3@source}. Even though the source is the same, a new footnote was created and is shown under the Footnotes as ibid. using the source citation ibid footnote template found in the configuration. Both of the tables included above include a source reference in the caption that behaved in the same fashion.

In this next example, I reference page 1 of another source, 1840 United States Federal Census (p. 1) [6] using <em>{ref:S1#1}</em>. The referenced page number is included in both the source citation and in the footnote. When referencing another page number of the same source directly after as in, "1840 United States Federal Census (p. 42) [7]" using "{ref:S1#42}", forces the page number to be included in the footnote after ibid. In the example, the quotes appear outside the reference, so the footnote number is included within the quotes. To move the footnote number outside the quotes, an alternate description must be provided that includes the quotes using "{ref:S1#42@"1840 United States Census"} as in "1840 United States Census" (p. 42) [8]. Referring to the previous "source" (p. 99) [9] again, using {ref:S3#99@"source"}, uses the source citation subsequent footnote template found in the configuration to display the citation in the footnote. All four of the source citation templates listed here can be defined using the Source Citation option. All of these examples use the built-in templates.

When a blog post references another blog post, the other post's title will be listed and linked under the "Related Posts" are at the bottom of the page, and visa versa. Criss-cross, Criss-cross. To reference the blog post, Gigatrees: A Introduction, as I did here I used {ref:N00100}, providing only the post's Post ID. By default, the post title is used as the default description. You can override the post's description as I did here using {ref:N00100@post's}. You can also access a named anchor on a blog post page. I provided anchors in this post for the headings, so I can jump to one of them (See Embedded References) using {ref:N00028#eref@Embedded References}. Obviously, this could also be done directly with an anchor tag, but by using embedded references you do not need to to a search-and-replace in your post contents whenever a filename changes.

You can also add text footnotes by providing a description only in the form of {ref:@description}. The footnote will be added to the Footnotes area below, but will also be shown when hovering over the footnote number. Let's try a couple [10] of footnotes [11]. This is the last footnote [12] repeated. This is a new one [13] where the footnote also contains a popover.

Photos are embedded by referencing their media record id. Sample media records were provided in the configuration. See

<Media>
<Media>
<Id> M1 </Id>
<Title> Network Connector </Title>
<Large> https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2939/14017157970_d4e350d199_b.jpg </Large>
<Medium> https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2939/14017157970_d4e350d199_z.jpg </Medium>
<Small> https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2939/14017157970_d4e350d199_m.jpg </Small>
<Caption>INET</Caption>
<Credit><![CDATA[ Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/yusamoilov/" target="blank">Yuri Samoilov</a> ]]></Credit>
<Place> </Place>
<Date> </Date>
<Note> </Note>
<Private> </Private>
</Media>
<Media>
<Id> M2 </Id>
<Title> Shift to the Other Side </Title>
<Large> https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7444/14108561722_2a5c4984da_b.jpg </Large>
<Medium> https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7444/14108561722_2a5c4984da_z.jpg </Medium>
<Small> https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7444/14108561722_2a5c4984da_m.jpg </Small>
<Caption>Laptop</Caption>
<Credit><![CDATA[ Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vignesh_pv/" target="blank">Vignesh Viswanath</a> ]]></Credit>
<Place> </Place>
<Date> </Date>
<Note> </Note>
<Private> </Private>
</Media>
<Media>
<Id> M3 </Id>
<Title> Keyboard </Title>
<Large> https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5270/5649600726_ded22b0126_b.jpg </Large>
<Medium> https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5270/5649600726_ded22b0126_z.jpg </Medium>
<Small> https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5270/5649600726_ded22b0126_m.jpg </Small>
<Caption>Press Me</Caption>
<Credit><![CDATA[ Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/betwo23/" target="blank">Sebastian</a> ]]></Credit>
<Place> </Place>
<Date> </Date>
<Note> </Note>
<Private> </Private>
</Media>
</Media>

The large filename will be used as the default caption if one is not specified. This can be overridden by providing an alternate description. You can also use the item field to specify an alternate caption using title, caption or credit. If not otherwise specified, the medium image will be displayed. You can use the item field to specify an alternate image using large or small. You can also use the item field to specify an alternate width for the media image using wXXX. Also by default, the image is left-aligned. You can use the item field to specify an alternate alignment using center, floatleft or floatright. Lastly, by default, the image is hyperlinked to the largest media size defined. You can use the nolink option to prevent this behavior. Since multiple item fields will often be necessary, the items should be delimited by periods as in #large.w400.center.title.nolink. The following demonstrates various ways in which media images can be embedded.

Show the large image left-aligned, and show the image title as the caption: {ref:M1#large.title}

"Network Connector"
INET
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/yusamoilov/" target="blank">Yuri Samoilov</a>)
Network Connector

Show the medium image left-aligned, and show the image caption as the caption: {ref:M2#caption}

"Shift to the Other Side"
Laptop
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vignesh_pv/" target="blank">Vignesh Viswanath</a>)
Laptop

Show the small image left-aligned, and show the image credit line as the caption: {ref:M3#small.credit}

"Keyboard"
Press Me
(Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/betwo23/" target="blank">Sebastian</a>)
Photo courtesy of Sebastian

Show the small image centered and show the image title, caption and credit line as the caption. When including more then one, built-in punctuation is used: {ref:M1#small.center.title.caption.credit}

"Network Connector"
INET
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/yusamoilov/" target="blank">Yuri Samoilov</a>)
"Network Connector," INET (Photo courtesy of Yuri Samoilov)

Do the same, but wrap the caption to 200px: {ref:M2#small.center.title.caption.credit.w200}

"Shift to the Other Side"
Laptop
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vignesh_pv/" target="blank">Vignesh Viswanath</a>)
"Shift to the Other Side," Laptop (Photo courtesy of Vignesh Viswanath)

Center the medium image and override the width and the caption: {ref:M3#center.w300@Medium image (300px)}

"Keyboard"
Press Me
(Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/betwo23/" target="blank">Sebastian</a>)
Medium image (300px)

Show several small images left aligned: {ref:Mn#small@Small image}

"Network Connector"
INET
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/yusamoilov/" target="blank">Yuri Samoilov</a>)
Small image
"Shift to the Other Side"
Laptop
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vignesh_pv/" target="blank">Vignesh Viswanath</a>)
Small image
"Keyboard"
Press Me
(Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/betwo23/" target="blank">Sebastian</a>)
Small image

Show several small images centered aligned and no captions: {ref:Mn#small}

"Network Connector"
INET
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/yusamoilov/" target="blank">Yuri Samoilov</a>)
"Shift to the Other Side"
Laptop
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vignesh_pv/" target="blank">Vignesh Viswanath</a>)
"Keyboard"
Press Me
(Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/betwo23/" target="blank">Sebastian</a>)

Show the small image on the left of a paragraph with caption and wrapped text: {ref:M1#small.floatleft.w200@This is a new caption, that is wider then the image.}

"Network Connector"
INET
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/yusamoilov/" target="blank">Yuri Samoilov</a>)
This is a new caption, that is wider then the image.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean volutpat commodo felis, id molestie tellus dictum eu. Nunc et sem non libero pharetra ornare non a sapien. Donec id ultrices nunc. Sed nec odio vel tortor mattis cursus. Vivamus egestas, mauris a ultrices tempus, metus eros porttitor sapien, vel posuere risus metus eget diam. Nulla volutpat hendrerit faucibus. Vestibulum et dui sit amet lorem venenatis venenatis dignissim vitae dui. Nunc odio felis, faucibus id iaculis sit amet, iaculis vel lorem. Nam suscipit convallis fermentum. Proin euismod libero et eros suscipit ullamcorper. Vestibulum ac ipsum massa.

Show the small image on the right without a caption: {ref:M2#small.floatright}

"Shift to the Other Side"
Laptop
(Photo courtesy of  <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vignesh_pv/" target="blank">Vignesh Viswanath</a>)

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean volutpat commodo felis, id molestie tellus dictum eu. Nunc et sem non libero pharetra ornare non a sapien. Donec id ultrices nunc. Sed nec odio vel tortor mattis cursus. Vivamus egestas, mauris a ultrices tempus, metus eros porttitor sapien, vel posuere risus metus eget diam. Nulla volutpat hendrerit faucibus. Vestibulum et dui sit amet lorem venenatis venenatis dignissim vitae dui. Nunc odio felis, faucibus id iaculis sit amet, iaculis vel lorem. Nam suscipit convallis fermentum. Proin euismod libero et eros suscipit ullamcorper. Vestibulum ac ipsum massa.

Show the image without being hyperlinked: {ref:M3#small.center.nolink.title@Small image}. Note that the "title" item is ignored because an alternate description was provided.

"Keyboard"
Press Me
(Photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/betwo23/" target="blank">Sebastian</a>)
Small image

End

As the examples above show, the built-in blogging features can be used to create formatted content in almost any way HTML allows.


Footnotes:
[1]http://innuendo-blog.appspot.com
[2]Ancestry.com., "1850 United States Federal Census," [database on-line], (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009), Images reproduced by FamilySearch., Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
[3]ibid.
[4]Walter Kroncite, Bob Olgenthorpe, "Sample Source," vol. 4, pp. 1-200, book, (Washington, D.C.: Self Published, 1993), Gigatrees.com, Gigatrees (http://gigatrees.com: accessed April 17, 2017), Chapter 3, deed, "Deed for Payton Place," pp. 23-34, hair color: blue, 1904; documents found in trunk, CN454, Kroncite Library, 1200 National, Newark, N. J., Original data: Bob Publishers, Baltimore, MD, 1920.
[5]ibid.
[6]Ancestry.com., "1840 United States Federal Census," [database on-line], (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010) p. 1, Images reproduced by FamilySearch., Original data: Sixth Census of the United States, 1840. (NARA microfilm publication M704, 580 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
[7]ibid. (p. 42)
[8]ibid. (p. 42)
[9]Walter Kroncite, Bob Olgenthorpe, "Sample Source," vol. 4, pp. 1-200, Gigatrees, Chapter 3, "Deed for Payton Place," p. 99.
[10]Couple: meaning three
[11]This is the second text footnote
[12]This is the second text footnote
[13]This is the third text footnote with a link and popover, http://gigatrees.com
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