I hope you enjoy and benefit from this site. If you have any pictures, names, dates, or spelling corrections to offer please contact me so we can improve this legacy. Thanks!
Method 3 is to scroll down now, to see lists of pictures of some specific Simpsons and Measors.
I may have additional pictures (including some of you?) even if the name isn't in the list below. If you're interested or worried, contact me and I'll share whatever I have directly with you. If you wish, I'll post your photos here for the world to enjoy, because you are unique and special, just like everyone else.
Method 4 is the creation of a custom report from the genealogy software that I use. If you're interested in that, contact me and we'll see if one of the options works for you.
Method 5 would be for you to download my entire database and then import it into your own software. The file is here, last updated on May 31, 2023. It's in GEDCOM 5.5.1 format. There are a couple of caveats about taking the data and doing your own thing. First, the data file has no photos. Those exist on my website only and you're welcome to download them manually. Secondly, what's in the data file file doesn't precisely agree with what's on my website. Things like same-sex couples and gender pronouns aren't handled by the Legacy Family Tree software, so I manually tweak some HTML files before they get posted to the web. FYI, I use Legacy Family Tree version 8.0, but there are many good software options.
If you feel so inclined, feel free to
Simpson (Nee Measor), Gladys Evelyn "Peggy" (1937-2007) <--- My mother
Simpson, Raymond Villaire Sefton (1937-2003) <--- My father
Bonus photo! Here's a picture of the Simpson family taken in Windsor, Ontario in 1919, after they'd been in Canada about 10 years. - My grandfather, John Simpson (1895-1982) is standing on the left. His parents, George Brown Simpson (1858-1920) and Mary Ann Tallis (1857-1943), are seated on the left. (I really like this colourized version).
Some Family Tree Humour
My friend the English teacher recommended that I leave a parcel of land to my kids when I die. Apparently that means a lot.
Did you know that DNA tests are child proof?
Several publishing companies have refused to publish my family tree research. That's the story of my life!