There are three basic ways to get around this site.
- You can use the search field at the top of the right hand column. This will bring up each page on which the name occurs on this site in the larger column to the left (this column). However, keep in mind that a search such as “James” will bring up every James on the site, not merely the James you may be looking for.
- You can click on “Bradley Index” in the header or in the right hand column. Both will take you to the same page. This page is an alphabetical list of everyone we have a page for on the site.
- We cannot (easily) set the site up in a “tree” format. However, there is a feature which will essentially accomplish this same thing. From any person’s page, you can click beneath their name on one of their progenitors in order to go “up” the tree. Beneath their vital statistics you’ll see a list of their children. Each name in this list can be clicked on in order to navigate “down” the tree. So go to the Bradley Index, click on the person you are wanting to “place” in the tree, and then you can go up and down the tree from there.
If you have any other questions or are still confused, please feel free to email me at sempereformata [at] yahoo.com.