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Subject: [ROOTS-L] Re: ROOTS-L Digest V02 #370
Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2002 20:05:52 EDT
I agreed with the people who are complaining that Ancestry is a RIP=OFF.
I don't know why I signed up for the second year. For African Americans there
is hardly any data to prove or dis- prove your oral history from your
Grandmother or other family members. My grandmother was a direct descended of
Pres.Thomas Jefferson. I can find people looking for the Venables,Woodsons
and Shepperson, but they are the white sides. What happen to the history for
the African American. I have
of copy a page with my mother, grandmother and grandfather are living at
their home in Lynchburg, VA on the 1920 Census, But when I go into the Census
that I am paying for nothing comes up. I use this procedures as a tester. I
asked for my money back after I joined, and was trying to obtained
information on my family in Va.
They should be reported to Consumer Affairs and Better business.