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Private Trees and DNA Contacts

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Re: Private Trees and DNA Contacts

Posted: 4 Dec 2012 2:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Why don't you put up a stripped version of your tree?

It's not a matter of ingnoring the Private Tree. I have contacted many private trees only to be ignored. I have also seen where they have no problem plucking from my tree and don't have the courtesy to share with me. It would be nice if I could block those people.

As far as the "No Tree" people I have found they usually have multiple trees. Most have their parents trees split so they don't attach. I always look at those.

Adoptions can be a sticky situation. I too have that in my tree. We know who the bioloical parents are so that tree is private and we have no plans to run a DNA for it.

It goes both ways.... loss for those of us who are tired of contacting "Private Trees" and a loss for the "Private Tree People" who might find out information after contact that is not in the tree.

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