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PhpGedView contains more detailed family information on Residents of the Augusta Cemetery.  Make sure you keep checking back for the latest additions as we are continually gathering and posting more data.

PhpGedView is very user-friendly and has a lot of options available for you to view and download information on the families you are researching.  Some of the features of PhpGedView include:

  • Dynamic Menus - Dynamic drop-down menus make navigating the site quick and easy.

  • GEDCOM Clippings Cart - The clippings cart gives you the ability to take Family Tree Clippings from your family tree, download them as a GEDCOM file and import them into your favorite family history program.  (See the section below on GEDCOM files for more information.)

  • Print Preview Mode - Print your pedigree charts and any other page in PhpGedView without all the headers and footers -- just the information that you want.

  • Favorites - You can keep bookmarks of your favorite people.

  • MyGedView Portal - When you login you will have the option of using MyGedView Portal.  This portal allows you to keep a list of your favorite people, track messages, see a list of upcoming events, view today's events, and get a random picture. You can also see who else is logged on.

  • Online Help - There is online contextual help for every page that you can use to help navigate the site and operate the many different functions in PhpGedView.

You do not need to be logged in to PhpGedView to use most of the features this program has to offer.  However, if you want full use of the options available, you are welcomed to sign up for a username and password.

If you have additional information on a Resident (or Residents) of the Augusta Cemetery, we would love to incorporate that information into this website.  Any help we can get in our research is always greatly appreciated so please do not hesitate to Contact Us.



GEDCOM is an acronym for GEnealogical Data COMmunication.  In simple terms GEDCOM is a standardized method of formatting your family tree data into a text file which can be easily read and converted by any genealogy software program. The GEDCOM specification was originally developed in 1985 and is owned and managed by the Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

If you don't have a genealogy software program you can download Personal Ancestral File (PAF) for free from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  PAF is a free genealogy and family history program that allows you to quickly and easily collect, organize and share your family history and genealogy information. To download PAF from their website, click here.

Once you have saved GEDCOM files to your computer, you can open these files using your genealogy software program.  The following generic instructions for opening a GEDCOM file
works for most family tree software programs. See your program's help file for more specific instructions.

  1. Launch your family tree program and close any open genealogy files.

  2. In the top-left hand corner of your screen, click the File menu.

  3. Select either Open, Import or Import GEDCOM.

  4. If .ged is not already highlighted in the "file type" box, then scroll down and select GEDCOM or .ged.

  5. Browse to the location on your computer where you save your GEDCOM files and select the file that you want to open.

  6. The program will create a new genealogy database containing the information from the GEDCOM. Enter a filename for this new database, making sure that is one that you can distinguish from your own files. Example: 'powellgedcom'

  7. Click Save or Import.

  8. The program may then ask you to make a few choices regarding the import of your GEDCOM file. Just follow the directions. If you're not sure what to select, then just stick with the default options.

  9. Click OK.

  10. A confirmation box may appear stating that your import was successful.

  11. You should now be able to read the GEDCOM file in your genealogy software program as a regular family tree file.


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