- May 29, 2008I have a question. Someone sent me a manuscript/document listing seven
generations of my husband's ancestor. It is well written and documented
(and some of it I suspect was obtained from me in the first place.) I
know I can't submit the generations now living, and I can submit the
earlier generations which includes my husband' mother, grnother,
gg-gmother, etc. But where is the dividing line? Which of their
descendants can I properly submit? I don't want to offend anyone by
submitting 'their' close relatives or violate the law of privacy.
Maybe cutoff date of born 110 years ago and/or has a death date? I
am comfortable with that. Children born starting in 1910 are probably
too modern for me to submit unless they are close relatives?
I don't want to offend anybody, but I don't want to leave anyone
out. I have found quite a few people that are 'cousins' from a common
I have found a few e-mail addresses I sent to for questions I had.
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Maxine in NW Kansas
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