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Re: Lydia Wright
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: August 03, 2009 at 20:03:26
In Reply to: Re: Lydia Wright by Dale Harguess of 4759

Boy, I'm going to have to look into that, as I've never heard of it, although I'm familiar with the fact that, as I said before, legacies are not always accepted, because of inadequate or incorrect info on the earlier papers. I would imagine what happens when correcting data is provided, is that a note is placed on the effected papers, rather than someone actually changing the paperwork of others. Anyone then applying to use these earlier incorrect papers would be notified that they were not to be used as proof. My experiences with this were that folks...such as grandmothers and mothers who joined on a certain Vet and did so with inadequate documentation, weren't removed from the roster, but the daughter/granddaughter of these women had to provide different, acceptable documentation....I've never heard of anyone 'getting the boot', so to speak, from membership.


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