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From: "Judy Florian" <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] FREEPAGES-HELP After we've gone
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 14:45:41 -0500
I had asked during a call to Ancestry about what happens in the event I
would die. Their only suggestion was to make sure someone (family or other)
had my account name and password, and that my websites would be kind of
"inherited by" whomever I instructed. This wasn't in a formal manner with
Ancestry, just between me and the person I designated.
Ancestry doesn't appear to have a formal policy in place for death of
On 4/10/07, Ralph Taylor <> wrote:
> Nelda wrote, regarding an offshoot of the "two questions" thread: "I have
> cousin who built his site the year before he died of cancer, his site is
> still at rootsweb's freepages and that was about 5 years ago."
> As we know, genealogy and, especially, the Web are not static; they're
> contantly changing. This has me wondering about what happens after we're
> around to maintain & improve our sites anymore.
> What does "posterity" mean in this context?