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When an ancestor is wrongly included in someone else's Ancestory tree

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Re: When an ancestor is wrongly included in someone else's Ancestory tree

Posted: 6 Jun 2012 7:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Jun 2012 7:32PM GMT
The best thing to do is to document your own tree well, including making notations in the text for events if explanations are simple or including writing a research note as a "story" to explain the evidence and your conclusions for what you have in your tree.

What and who other people put in their trees is up to them. You can alert them to a problem, but if they do not correct it, it is their problem and not yours, as long as you have documented yours well.
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Ethelredtwo 3 Jun 2012 7:42AM GMT 
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Ethelredtwo 4 Jun 2012 1:03AM GMT 
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