Now that tobyink
has -- in effect, :-)
-- vouched for that site and specific address, I've been trying to get there too.
That raises a new issue: when I connected (and it's an LDS geneaology site, for all concerned) the query ran a very long time -- more than 3 minutes of rotating arrow without any timeout or other informational message -- each of three times I tried to follow it.
I don't have superfast DSL, but it's not that slow...and so I wonder if the problem may be in the length of the (multiply-compounded) query or in the OP's connection.
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