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From: "jcurtis" <>
Subject: Re: [BS-L] My moral dilemma
Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2000 22:31:12 -0600
Tell her -
Jan C. IBSSG
From: Nora Hiatt <>
Date: Saturday, June 03, 2000 10:17 PM
Subject: [BS-L] My moral dilemma
>Okay, I spent this afternoon pooring over a roll of microfilm newspaper
>from Chetopa KS for 1925-1928. I was looking for an obit for my great
>uncle, but I found something else.
>There is a woman on a couple of mailing lists with me how hates me.
>You see one of my great great uncles married one of the ancestors
>of her husband. A batchelor uncle died quite wealthy and some how
>my great great uncle's daugher and son in law got most of the
>inheritance leaving her husband's family with nothing and destitute.
>This happened in 1932--my great great uncle died in 1914.
>Well, she has painted a picture of her husbands family that cracked
>today. Big time. Instead of dying a very respectable death one of the
>brother's committed suicide. As with newspapers of that time
>it was very graphic. She had led me to believe he died of a stroke.
>Now my question to you is: Do I let her know that I know? Or should I
>just keep my mouth shut?
>If you were Dr. Laura or Dr Joy, what advice would you give me?
>As genealogists who want only the truth in family histories what advice
>would you give me?
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