You can use your smartphone og tablet as a photo scanner by using an app created by Google. It works on iOS (Apple) devices and Android devices.
I know many of you have fantastic pictures of our grandparents in old photo albums. Some of these pictures can not be removed from the album. And not everyone has a picture scanner. But with this app you can scan any picture without removing them from the picture frame or album.
All you have to do, is take a photo of the picture with a steady hand. You will get great results, if the picture is placed in a lot of indirect daylight. But you can easily also take pictures in the evening.
The app is called Photoscanner from Google.
Try these links:
Please share your pictures with me and I will post them here for everyone to enjoy. Send your picture to firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the past couple of days I received new information about a sister to my grandfather Ali Akbar Maktabi. Combined with many smaller changes and information I decided to update the database and upload a new version.
Added Fatemed Maktabi sister to Ali Akbar Maktabi and her son Hassan Boushehri, and the Rastegar family.
Changed the design into a more mobile/tablet friendly version
Updated with information found on Facebook.
Updated with information that relatives have sent me.
I’ve added a lot of pictures
Added links to persons Facebook account
I’ve changed the website www.maktabi.net into a website dedicated to this project.
The database and Pedigree chart
The first page you’ll see is me 🙂
Use the main menu to find people. Unfortunately the system doesn’t have a search option.
2. If you want to see a graphical illustration, click on “Pedigree Chart”. Zoom in and out on your mobile or PC monitor
3. Click on a name to go to the information about this person.
Please support this project!
I hope you will spend a few moments going through your own family and see if I’m missing information. This could be
new people (newborn, marriage)
pictures of people
Birthdays, especially the year of relatives
Information about relatives that have died, divorced, married, etc.
Interesting stories about relatives.
Please either send it to me by email at email@example.com or use the form in the menu above.
Ps.: The database starts with my kids and goes from there. Therefore you will find people that are not Maktabis, but relatives to my wife Annette. The tree also contains data about the family of my mother going back more than 500 years. I can’t filter this part out of the database easily.