Earlier this year, our ISP informed us that it would no longer support personal web spaces - a poor decision in my view (of course!)
The upside of this is that it will force me to do the web site "re-write" that I set as a goal in 2015.
The downside is that I haven't done it yet, so my Parry Surname Research (Family History and the One-Name Study) site has disappeared.
Theoretically, since the site was written in html and css, it would have been quite easy to just upload all the files elsewhere. But then there'd be little incentive to get the rewrite done. And, with the development of the Guild's "Members' Websites Project", it seems an ideal opportunity to separate out any personal family history from the Parry One-Name Study information, and to ensure the long term survival of the ONS data by placing it on the Guild's site.
So that's the plan. And it is in progress (slowly).
But today, frustrated at the loss of my "DNA tree", which I really need to accompany the autosomal DNA project I have set up at Family Tree DNA, I decided to try uploading that here, on Blogger. It's taken a bit of tweaking of the coding, especially on the page width, which I hope I don't accidentally delete, but at least the information is available again:
My Ancestors and their Descendants - my potential DNA Tree
And now I've been reminded of just how many of my ancestors and their descendants I still need to trace. ☺