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May 24, 2010 7:43 AM CST
Name: Candyce Fulford
N of MA, E of VT, W of ME, S o
Grandmother Extraordinaire
Carol:
I absolutely love that you wrote this article. I was toying with the idea myself. I've been working on parts of my daughters' genealogy for a good long time, and while Ancestry and the internet are great resources for information, they are not infallible. I, too, have made mistakes at Ancestry, and where I see mistakes, or what I perceive to be mistakes, made by others researching the family line, I try to contact them with some gentle notes.

One great thing about this adventure is finding family members alive today that all connect somehow. Many have been very helpful in filling in missing pieces to the family history, while others are eager to see what I may uncover.

Have you not found, too, that tracing one's family roots never ends? There will never be a time where you can say 'there! That's it! That's all there is!' After researching now for almost ten years, I have just barely scratched the surface!
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