These are the ground rules for this web site:
- These rules may change arbitrarily. Hey, it's my
web site! If I do change them, though, I'll warn you in
the Latestnews section on the
- When referring to surnames, the standard
genealogical convention of capitalisation is adopted.
This is so we can write BARTLEs and not get mixed up with
- References to people as people, rather than as genealogical
- Direct quotations from articles that didn't use the
- Terms which use surnames as sub-components, for example
this web site's name, Bartle.info.
- The web site concerns the BARTLE surname, from a
genealogical standpoint. To avoid careering off into every
other family tree, it is only concerned with tracking people
who satisfy one or more of the following criteria:
Thus, if your grandfather's sister married a BARTLE, then she
gets a record (spouse) and your grandfather gets a record
(sibling) and everyone in the branch of your family tree
above your grandfather gets a record (ancestor - assuming your
great-aunt had BARTLE children); you and your parents,
however, don't get a record.
- they were born a BARTLE;
- they are an ancestor of a BARTLE;
- they are spouses of one of the above;
- they are siblings of one of the above.
- No references to living people in genealogical data
is allowed without that person's permission. If you post
without authority, I'll pass any resulting law suits right
on to you...
- The language of the site is English only. Yes, I
know that there are BARTLEs who don't speak English,
but unfortunately that's all I do speak...
That's all for now. More may be added if the need arises.
Make sure you've read the terms and conditions