Shipley Genealogy Database Now On-Line!By Paul A. Shipley
Did you know that the Shipleys of Maryland genealogical database is now available on-line for use by our members? The on-line database contains all individuals listed in our 2002 Book and 2010 Supplement. This database was created by John M. Shipley, Sr. (our book editor), and currently contains 42,535 individuals, 15,572 families, 7,025 unique surnames, 4,960 places, 2,499 notes, and 1,038 sources. The on-line database and our books provide complimentary information- the database provides an easy-to-use tool for researching ancestors and relationships, while the books supply more extensive narrative and pictorial information.
We are using “The Next Generation (TNG) of Genealogy Sitebuilding” website package, which provides numerous features, including
Search: Easy lookup by name, or advanced search on dates, places and more.
Dynamic Charts: Graphical and textual depiction of ancestors and descendants with links to each, pedigree, relationship, timeline, family group, etc.
Surname Lists: Quickly display the main lines alphabetically and by popularity
The website is very easy to use, and does not require any special instructions. We’ve found that the best way to start is to search for yourself (or someone else you know is in the database) using the search box on the right side of the Home Page. Once this person is located, you can then try out the different views and features to see how they all work.
The on-line database is for use by Shipleys of Maryland members only, and requires a user name and password. To obtain access, you must first register for a user account at the website, and set up your user name and password. Once we review your registration information, we will send a confirmation e-mail to indicate that your account is now active. If you have any questions or issues regarding the registration process or using the site, you can contact us via a link which is provided on the home page.
Please note that for privacy reasons, birth and marriage dates for living individuals are not displayed, and a notation is provided indicating when the information has been withheld. An on-line form is provided for suggesting additions, deletions, or edits to the database. Once approved, the Webmaster will incorporate these revisions into the database.