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From: "Mills" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Looking for a genealogical jury
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 13:19:10 -0500
> So . . . How would I know your comments were
> valid when it comes to evaluating my work in terms of the GPS?
> I have had competent professionals disagree about how effective the
> arguments have been presented in case studies from NGSQ.
> Complex articles
> are often hard to get your head around.
Ken, there's a wonderful example published in TAG 2 or 3 years ago, in which
two of our nation's most distinguished genealogists took the same body of
evidence and, side by side, presented different conclusions. (Sorry I can't
cite the exact articles off the top of my head; and if I take the time right
now to go comb those back issues, there will be a deadline that doesn't get
met today <g>.) I'm thinking that Neil Thompson may have been one of the
two. In fact, both authors were FASGs as I recall.
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