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From: "Yolanda Campbell Lifter" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Help with a possibly obvious situation
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2009 14:09:21 -0500
In cases like this, I usually go back a couple of generations on the unrelated spouse's side.
One of those unrelated individuals may have some photos or other information about your family member you never knew existed so I feel it's worth the time to do some research on them.
Yolanda Campbell Lifter
member Association of Professional Genealogists
Florida and Great Lakes Chapters
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From: "Bill---Family Tree Search, Inc." <>
Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 1:50 PM
Subject: [TGF] Help with a possibly obvious situation
> This could be something I should know, but I would still like other
> folks opinions. I am working on my own family genealogy over the
> holidays, and I have a situation. A great-granduncle was married three
> times with no children from any of the marriages. Is it standard
> practice to follow the lines of the spouses? In other words, is it
> necessary from a proper genealogical research point of view to know and
> document the families of each of the spouses since they are not related
> to me?
> Thanks for the help,
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