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From: EdrieAnne Broughton <>
Subject: Re: [NORCAL] Who Do You Think You Are
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2011 18:19:30 -0800
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If you are not a paying subscriber you don't lose access to the trees you
started or the ones you have been invited to. The only thing you can't do
is access the documents and the trees (public and private) that you are not
a member of. I keep a log of the International records that I want to look
into and save them up. I do a US membership every few months, mostly when
it's too hot or too wet to work in the yard and when I have my international
log full I spring the extra for a month. That way Ancestry only costs me
about $200 per year at only a month at a time. In between it forces me to
use other sources, usually free ones and google books...that can be wrong
too. The Sangamon County, Illinois History as a bio of my grandmother's
grandfather. In it, Arza Brown is sketched but his father is described as a
veteran of the War of 1812. He wasn't but his mother's father was.


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