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Posted: 18 Jan 2013 11:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Jan 2013 11:31AM GMT
If you put the tree on Ancestry, and are prepared to do a lot of research in a very short time, you also can typically get a short trial membership (you just have to be sure to follow the cancelation instructions to the letter, if you don't want to continue). Or, you could do a month-to-month and cancel when you have what you want - the tree will continue to be available to you and you can continue to work on it although, as noted above, you won't be able to research the paid databases if you are not currently a paying member.

I agree that you should make any tree private until you are sure what you are doing, so you don't accidentally put information out in the public arena that you later might prefer to have kept private.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
editor02 17 Jan 2013 5:58PM GMT 
bonedigger176 18 Jan 2013 2:20AM GMT 
daciodan 18 Jan 2013 2:27AM GMT 
McComberdesce... 18 Jan 2013 6:30PM GMT 
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