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From: Rick Van Dusen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Questionable trees?
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 08:40:24 -0700
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Yes, of course there's the issue of what we stand to GAIN from GIVING.
While that's not really the same issue of preservation you originally
raised, it's still an important factor.
And yes, it's important to NOT share other living people's information.
But that's obvious to most of us and it's easy to not share it.
Teresa Elliott wrote:
> Rick, I agree. I sent my brother-in-law a descendant chart just the other
> day. Is it a PRETTY narrative? Nope, was it full of holes? Yup. But it got
> him to scale my husband's grandmother's Bible for me. I already had the
> Bible (via digital camera) but his 600 DPI scans are the dream! And while
> he was doing it, my MIL mentioned she has the OTHER grandmother's Bible as
> well! No one even knew that it still existed. So he's going to scan it as
> well. You bet you I am glad I sent him that list of cousins. Doesn't have
> to be a good or pretty narrative. Send something. Put up something. Email
> something. Now I don't share living people's information (and I have a very
> good reason other than identity theft for not doing so) and I realize that
> other's have no problem with this (I am on facebook.) But you can share
> something, because in that something is where the answers you don't have