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From: "Leo van de Pas" <>
Subject: Re: Age Survey and Question to Leo van de Pas
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 07:20:23 +1000
For what it is worth, my interest in genealogy started when I was about ten
years old and first I traced my own family and from my own family extended
to the descendants of William the Silent and from there much wider again.
Now this question to me, I don't know who you are and so I do not know
whether your details are shown or not. A rule is applied that anyone born in
1900 and after are not being shown unless their information comes from a
previous PUBLIC source. And so you have to decide whether you want your
details public or not, if you prefer not, let me know and with the next
update (within the next 14 days or so) you will disappear.
Leo van de Pas
----- Original Message -----
From: "family history" <X@X.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 6:33 AM
Subject: Age Survey and Question to Leo van de Pas
> Just read that Kevin Hearst is only is 20. I' m in my early twenties, and
> have been interested in genealogy since the age of 17 or so. Just
> wondering, since a lot of people on here (from what I have gathered) are a
> bit older, and not knowing a lot of people in their twenties interested in
> the matter: do you think that genealogy is a science practiced only by old
> age pensioners?
> On a side note: Leo van de Pas; I noticed that I am registered in your
> database (nice webpage by the way, well done). I don't really care being
> mentionned there (although i'm not really comfortable with it either) ,
> isn't it illegal to publish the data of people who are still alive?
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