I don't see any point in your main method that would produce output, other than at Line 236 (where it should print "Enter the filename:" on the console; does it do that much, at least?). After that, it looks like you just read the file, then exit the program.
Also, please don't use capital letters as the first letter of your variable names (Line 229). Do that for class names, instead.
"Il y a peu de choses qui me soient impossibles..."
Enos Winder wrote:Ok, I am once again trying to get this piece of code to spit out information.
Once again? Did you include it in another topic somewhere? If so, I can't see it...
Also: In addition to dealing with genealogy, you seem to be rolling your own linked list. Were you asked to do this? Because Java already has a perfectly good one - called, oddly enough, LinkedList (←click).
My advice: Do one thing at a time.
And just one stylistic point: You seem very fond of do...while loops, which are actually quite rare in the real world because:
a. The reader has to skip to the bottom to work out when the loop exits.
b. They can almost always be rewritten as either a while loop (where the exit strategy is at the top), or a more self-contained for loop.
However, there's no 'right' or 'wrong' about this - indeed, I sometimes use them myself to highlight to my reader that the loop is always executed once. But if I do, I rarely put more than two or three lines in the "body", even if it means writing an extra method.
"Leadership is nature's way of removing morons from the productive flow" - Dogbert
Articles by Winston can be found here
No prison can hold Chairface Chippendale. And on a totally different topic ... my stuff: