For many years, my grandparents dedicated a wall in their Santa Cruz home to old family photos. They were mostly run-of-the-mill portraits and snapshots of aunts and uncles, with the notable exception of a blurry image of a dapper man in a white uniform, standing on the deck of a ship, circa 1920…. Read more“Ryland Drennan and the siren song of the sea”
Author: Hugh D Byrne
Choosing a new CMS
One of the main barriers to revamping this website was the challenge of integrating my genealogy data, which is powered by The Next Generation (TNG), with a proper content management system (CMS). TNG is the most robust platform for presenting genealogical data, and is well supported by both its author, Darrin Lythgoe, and… Read more“Choosing a new CMS”
Relaunching this site on New Year’s Day was more coincidence than by design, but the timing is a good excuse for a little self-reflection on why ByrneFamily.net exists. And while there is still a tremendous amount of work to do in the way of content, functionality, and design, having a stable site built… Read more“Rethinking ByrneFamily.net”
Site overhaul in process
Things are in motion right now with the site design & layout. Looking for Byrne, Trapnell, Garland, or Asimov genealogy data? Just click on the ‘Genealogy’ tab.