My interest in researching the family tree began in 1979 when I realized that my job was about to take me to another state and I had questions for the older members of my family. In retirement, this is where I spend most of my time. I am currently president of the Arkansas Genealogical Society and have held offices in several genealogy clubs. In the mid-1990s, I helped write the GEDCOM 5.5 standard.

My family tree is available at:
Another version with less detail, but no account required:

I have written a library in the Perl language that can read and write GEDCOM 5.5. On top of that, I am building a system to analyze a GEDCOM tree to:

This will become a website where a GEDCOM can be uploaded for processing.

Years ago, I scanned and published this book and pamphlet on my website: