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From: Rick Van Dusen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Questionable trees?
Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2010 12:23:42 -0700
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Tom's idea may well be very effective.

I did kind of a variant (similar insofar as getting a genealogy to my
child) which gave "unclear" results in terms of recruitment to
genealogy. I had gotten enough into genealogy to have a pretty good idea
about two of my grandparents' lines when my daughter had a project (must
have been in high school) to draw a family tree. I believe the teacher
was expecting more like what the other students produced, siblings,
parents, grandparents. My daughter had back to 1135 in one line and 1545
in the other!



Linda Reinfeld wrote:
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> Tom Piercy wrote:
>> Meanwhile I produce a TMG compressed pedigree report for each of the
>> grandchildren on their birthdays. (Yes, that's not all they get <g>).
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> What a great idea!! Can you give us some more details on how you do
> this, I will do the same for my grandchildren. I assume you add the
> photos in the chart as extras....
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> Linda Reinfeld


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