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From: Rebecca Christensen <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Mexican Border Crossing on Ancestry
Date: Tue, 1 May 2007 14:50:03 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks, Suzanne, but I already saw the lengthy list of sources. The list of sources includes the time period and city where my grandmother and other siblings crossed the border. For a few of her siblings, there are multiple entries in the database as they came across the border multiple times, as did other family members who are not in the database including my grandmother who is not listed at all.
Since family members are missing, I assumed that not all years covered by the sources listed are complete in the database at this time. That has been my experience in the past with Ancestry.com databases, especially with newly announced databases.
I am very much appreciative of the database. For those family members I have found, the information and digitized cards are great!
Member, Association of Professional Genealogists
Suzanne Russo Adams <> wrote:
You can see the information about exactly what is contained in a
database by reading the description of the database located from the
individual database search page. Each database on Ancestry has a
description and source information that indicates the completion or
status of the database.