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Re: Confronting Mythology in Genealogy
Posted by: Sherry Marshall (ID *****0267) Date: December 23, 2008 at 14:30:05
In Reply to: Confronting Mythology in Genealogy by Angelia newman of 2663

Dear Renee,

Welcome to the group of ‘real genealogist’ who are interested in the truth.

You can try to tell them but they will probably ignore you. I recall one comment, “You just have not found the right records yet.” Others just say, “oh” and continue the nonsense.

The way I see it you can do nothing or publish in a well-respected genealogical journal. I have chosen not to do the later – at least not today. That will probably be ignored also.

I have ’researched the family in England.’ What does that mean? I actually went to Austria and researched, then hired a prominent genealogist who continued with my research. My family still disregarded my findings.

This nonsense is now on the web! No need to get upset. It isn’t going to change.

I doubt my comments have helped you but I tried.

Cheers!

Sherry


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