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The following section of the website is split into the sections under the headings:

Surname Index
Individual Index
Place Index
Charts
Calendar
Map

Before using the CONTINUE TO SECTION link at the bottom of the page, please take time to read the guidance notes

Surname Index

This index is composed from all the surnames contained within this part of the website.  Clicking on a name will take you to the individuals index page for persons bearing this surname.  These are shown alphabetically by forename and by date when more than one individual shares that forename or forenames.  Each name is preceded by a symbol to indicate whether the person is male or female and sometimes a to indicate a photo or other additional information and is followed by their birth and death dates where known.  Clicking on the name will bring up further information about that individual together, possibly, with further symbols to indicate a photograph a pdf file or a text document containing further information which can be accessed by clicking on the icon.  Above the narrative there will, possibly, be a button linking to a pop-up pedigree for that person and also, if a direct descendant of one of the people shown on the charts section, a link to that chart.  Any children they had will be shown below the narrative

Individual Index

This displays up a list of the name ranges covered by individual pages within the index.  Clicking on a row will take you to a list of all the individuals within this range.  These are shown alphabetically by forename and by date when more than one individual shares that forename or forenames.  Each name is preceded by a symbol to indicate whether the person is male or female and sometimes a to indicate a photo or other additional information and is followed by their birth and death dates where known.  Clicking on the name will display further information about that individual together, possibly, with further symbols to indicate a photograph a pdf file or a text document containing further information which can be accessed by clicking on the icon.  Above the narrative there will, possibly, be a button linking to a pop-up pedigree for that person and also, if a direct descendant of one of the people shown on the charts section, a link to that chart.  Any children they had will be shown below the narrative.  A + after a child's name indicates that this person has descendants included in this site

Place Index

This displays a list of all the places mentioned within this section.  It is arranged by three letter international country code (eg AUS for Australia, GBR for Great Britain), Administrative county or state within that country, town and finally address.  A indicates that there is further information about that place which can be accessed by clicking on the icon.  Clicking on the place (where underlined) will display a list of all the individuals connected with that place.  Clicking on an individual's name will display further information about that individual together, possibly, with further symbols to indicate a photograph a pdf file or a text document containing further information which can be accessed by clicking on the icon

Charts

This displays links to the five charts available.  Each chart is a vertical tree of the descendants of that individual.  Clicking on an individual's name will display further information about that individual together, possibly, with further symbols to indicate a photograph a pdf file or a text document containing further information which can be accessed by clicking on the icon

Calendar

This should display (though it may be necessary to 'allow' page to load) a calendar of the current month together with all of the events that are known to have occurred on those date, together with the year in which they occurred.  Again, clicking on an individual's name will display further information about that individual together, possibly, with further symbols to indicate a photograph a pdf file or a text document containing further information which can be accessed by clicking on the icon.

Map

This is still under construction but will eventually indicate all of the places associated with the Dalwood Hanns and their sub-branches, the Thorncombe, Wootton Fitzpaine and Bridport Hanns.  It is a fully zoomable Google map with satellite and StreetView facilities (though I've not yet worked out how to get out of StreetView other than by using the back arrow at the top of the webpage).  Clicking on a symbol will provide further information as to how that place is relevant to the Hanns

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