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|BrendaC||Report||24 Feb 2013 20:56|
Yes, John James is my father in-law, and his two sisters. I am not on Ancestry to see the other family tree,booo.
|MarieCeleste||Report||24 Feb 2013 22:52|
Brenda, you don't need to be a member of Ancestry to view public trees. There is a free spin-off site Mundia http://www.mundia.com/gb/ where they are accessible.