You can also send the census image to your friend by doing either of these 2 methods...... This way is easiest, if you can do it w/ the trial..... While you have the census data or census image on your screen, look for the link (it's in small print) 'email image to a friend' that's somewhere on that page. Click on the link, just fill in the email message blocks & you can even change or add to the preset email message that appears. If you want a copy sent to you also, make sure to add your own addy in the TO: block. Just put a comma between each addy you're sending it to. (it will be sent from Ancestry.com - not your Sent folder of your mail program - and the Subject line will show that (your name) has sent it. Click SEND when you're ready. .... if you can't do this way, try steps I'll post in my next message.
this was in Ancestry.com's Help section... Question: How can I save an Image Online to my computer? To save an Image Online using the HTML viewer please complete the following: 1. RIGHT-click with your mouse on the image 2. Choose either Save or Save Picture As [or Save Image As] depending upon which option is given to you 3. Choose the location where you wish to save the image [*leagen: probably will want to select 'My Pictures' folder from the list of your hard drive folders*] 4. Choose a name for the image [*type it in the Filename block*] and a file type you wish to use (.jpg is probably the best file type to choose) 5. You will now be able to view the image using the imaging program of your choice ......... Leagen, once you've saved the .jpg file to your hard drive, then (whenever you want) you can email that file to anyone as an 'attachment file' - all you have to do, once you've begun a new email message, is either click the 'Attach' button (icon for it is usually a paperclip) OR click INSERT - File Attachment... this will bring up a little window that shows your hard drive's files & folders. So from that list, you then need to select and Open (by Double-clicking) the folder where you saved the file (i.e. My Pictures)... then from within that folder, you select the filename of the one you're emailing. You'll then see that filename has been inserted in the filename block. Then right beside that, click 'Attach'. This puts you back at your email composition window where you'll see a new area near the top has been added which includes your attached file(s) and just Send it when you're ready.
http://www.censusfinder.com/ Try it, you just might like it!
HALES,but didn't see a Penelope..:)Charlestown, MA......Marriage Records..1654 - 1717......... Thomas HAILE & Mary NASH Oct. 14, 1659... Joanna HALE & John LARKIN Nov. 4, 1664... Lydia HALE & Samll. BALLATT Apr. 4, 1691.. Lydia HALE & Richard WAITE Dec. 10, 1686... Mary HALE & Edward WILSON Nov. 6, 1656... Samuel HALE & Linda MAYNARD March 19, 1668... )http://www.rays-place.com/marrage/charls-ma.htm
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